Matches

15/11/2009
0:1 (0:0)
  • ISCO (75')

Summary

Spanish snatch podium place

Spain edged out brave Colombia 1-0 in the third-place match of the FIFA U-17 World Cup Nigeria 2009, an Isco goal making all the difference.

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Line-up

21
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4
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5
7
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11
17
13
18
17
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20

Substitute(s)

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13
12
21
2
3
6
11
10
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14
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16
15
18
16
19
7
15
8

Coaches

Ramiro VIAFARA (COL)
(ESP) Gines MELENDEZ

Officials

Referee: Koman COULIBALY (MLI)Assistant Referee 1: Redouane ACHIK (MAR)Assistant Referee 2: Inacio MANUEL CANDIDO (ANG)Fourth official: Viktor KASSAI (HUN)Fifth official: Gabor EROS (HUN)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 16)


Latest Comments:
BOLAKU
15/06/2010 at 13:33
BOLAKU (Indonesia)
SPAIN !!! you must beat Switzerland, Honduras, and Chile !!! I'm waiting for you to appear and compete with Brazil !!! I assure you !!! you definitely can !!! COME ON !!! SPIRIT !!! SPAIN !!! Be a winner in the World Cup soccer match in 2010 !!!
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MissChé
15/11/2009 at 21:32
MissChé (Sweden)
That guy Isco is so great, I'm so glad he plays for Valencia. I think he can go far.
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mexico24
15/11/2009 at 20:20
mexico24 (USA)
good job colombia
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Statistics

5Shots22
2Corner kicks7
6Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
35%Possession (%)65%
  • Stanley Okoro of Nigeria and Haris Seferovic of Switzerland
  • The referees Koman Coulibaly, Viktor Kassai, Redouane Achik, Inancio  Manuel Candio and Gabor Eros
  • Koke (R) of Spain and Daniel Catano of Colombia
  • Albert Dalmau (R) of Spain and Stiveen Mendoza of Colombia
  • Albert Dalmau (L) of Spain and Wilson Cuero of Colombia
  • Sergi Gomez (L) of Spain and Jhojan Caicedo of Colombia

"I congratulate Colombia on their great performance in the tournament, although today I think they were a bit tired and we were well on top. We had the most possession and the best chances. Our Federation doesn't insist we win titles, but rather to train young talents to be future senior internationals. I think we've met that request." Gines Melendez, Spain coach