Matches

29/10/2009
1:3 (0:2)
  • MOHAMMAD SEBIL (68')
  • ISCO (12')
  • BORJA (19')
  • Adria CARMONA (88')

Summary

Spain stamp knockout ticket
A pair of first-half goals and one late in the second period were enough to see Spain past a lively UAE side and book passage to the round of 16. More »

Line-up

17
1
5
2
6
3
8
5
10
6
11
7
12
9
15
10
16
14
18
17
21
18

Substitute(s)

1
13
19
21
2
8
3
11
4
12
7
15
13
16
14
19
20
20
9
4

Coaches

ALI EBRAHIM (UAE)
(ESP) Gines MELENDEZ

Officials

Referee: Wolfgang STARK (GER)Assistant Referee 1: Volker WEZEL (GER)Assistant Referee 2: Jan-Hendrik SALVER (GER)Fourth official: Subkhiddin MOHD SALLEH (MAS)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 9)


Latest Comments:
mamo2000
30/10/2009 at 19:11
mamo2000 (Sudan)
I was wating for this match spain vs uae 3-1 and it,s my turn to say spain is the of the football in the world
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Miniluv
29/10/2009 at 22:18
Miniluv (Turkey)
Isco was amazing in this match. What a wonderful talent. I hope Turkey and Spain are rises to final together.
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Akinsky
29/10/2009 at 21:37
Akinsky (USA)
Go Spain!.
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Statistics

6Shots18
4Corner kicks15
2Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
26%Possession (%)74%
  • Spain's Isco celebrates after scoring his sides first goal
  • Fans at FIFA Under 17 World Cup Nigeria 2009 Group E - Sani Abacha Stadium, Kano, Nigeria
  • FIFA Under 17 World Cup Nigeria 2009 Group E - Sani Abacha Stadium, Kano, Nigeria
  • UAE Coach Ali Ebrahim
  • Spain's coach Ginez Melendez watches his team playing against UAE in Kano
  • Spain's national team poses for a group picture before facing UAE in Kano at the FIFA U17 World Cup Nigeria 2009

"I think we played a very good first half, above and beyond what you'd expect for players this age. They controlled the game and took their chances very well. I'm happy to have reached the next round." Gines Melendez, Spain coach.