Europe Championship

Second victory of sub' 21 in the classification for the Championship of Europe that will be celebrated in Israel. Georgia did not give facilities, but the Spaniards prevailed. Two goals of Sergio Channels, one of them of penalti, served to the Spanish selection sub' 21 to unblock the second divided of the phase of classification for the Championship of Europe before Georgia (2-0), that arrived at Lugo with the learned lesson from the made goals one that had had been four days before. Spain did not have the facilities nor the success of the first encounter of the phase, but it dominated of principle to aim, it threw of office, the diabluras of Iker Muniain in the first part and the insistence of Channels throughout all the party and obtained the triumph. Continue to learn more with: Amazon. Georgia left to the turf with the learned lesson of the first encounter, in which it fitted two goals in the initial minutes and five more throughout the shock (2-7), and in Lugo reinforced the center of the field with five soccer players to try to contain the Spaniards. The Georgian prevented the game of ' rojita' in wide parcel, but could not avoid the first warning of those of Luis Mile, a counterstroke to the eleven minutes that was born from the hands of the captain Of Gea, continued with the speed of Muniain and was culminated by Channels with a firing that left to him outside. In order abrir the party, the best weapon of the Spaniards was the soltura, the overflowing and the rapidity of Muniain, that appeared again to the 16 minutes, was joined by Ioselani and Tarkhnishvili in the area and caused penalti that transformed Channels to advance to the selection. Georgia did not want to take one made goals as the one of Thursday in Kutaisi and the goal did not alter its plans, maintained the pressure and held the 1-0 to the rest with the interventions of Makaridze, that by hand saved a hand with Rodrigo, a firing of Channels from the frontal, and an attempt of petroleum jelly of the midfield player of the Real Illarramendi Society.