Matches

01/08/2012512

Summary

Morocco, Spain say goodbye with stalemate
Morocco and Spain concluded their 2012 Olympic campaigns with a 0-0 stalemate in their final Group D match at Old Trafford. More »

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Coaches

Luis MILLA ASPAS (ESP)
(NED) Peter VERBEEK

Officials

Referee: Ben WILLIAMS (AUS)Assistant Referee 1: Matthew CREAM (AUS)Assistant Referee 2: Hakan ANAZ (AUS)Fourth official: Wilmar ROLDÁN (COL)

Have Your Say

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Pasion9
04/08/2012 at 23:09
Pasion9 (USA)
And at the end of the olympics youth U-23 soccer tournament Spain will still be reining European Champions and World Champions, so if other teams don't step it up, Spain will break more World records and be first European nation to win a World Cup in South America in 2014. Other teams stop critisizing Spain's youth team and Step it up on the mayor team if you realy want to beat Spain in a mayor tournament!
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BAW117
04/08/2012 at 21:30
BAW117 (USA)
The sad thing for Spain is this is actually a discussion. Morocco will win.
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gonnabe
04/08/2012 at 09:21
gonnabe (Korea Republic)
see you again team espana
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  • Anger Herrera (R) of Spain and Houssine Kharja of Marocco compete for the ball
  • Jordi Alba (3rd R) of Spain and Soufiane Bidaoui of Marocco compete for the ball
  • Head coach Luis Milla of Spain gestures
  • Head coach Luis Milla of Spain gestures
  • : Lopez Adrian (R) of Spain and Houssine Kharja of Marocco compete for the ball
  • Alvaro Dominguez (5th R) of Spain and Mohamed Abarhoun of Marocco compete for the ball d