Spain did magic in their last international friendly game against Lithuania as they deployed their under-21s players to play against the side. Spain Under-21 squad did well to beat Lithuania to crown their preparation for the Euro 2020 process.
Spain national team could play after their skipper Sergio Busquets tested positive for coronavirus, so they decided to field their Under-21 squad. No senior player was featured in the game, but they could put in their best as they rolled over Lithuania 4-0.
Spain Under-21 Made Record as They Beat Lithuania
They scored two in the first and scored two in the other two in the second half of the game to complete their winning. Hugo Guillamon scored the first goal before Brahim Diaz scored the second in the first 45 minutes of play. Juan Miranda made it 3-0 before Javi Puado got a fourth late on.
The Spain Under-21 squad contain only one capped player, which is Eibar’s, Bryan Gil. The lineup was also the youngest-ever side fielded in their history. It has an average age of 22 years and 102 days. Spain national team will play their Group E first game in the Euro 2020 against Sweden in Seville on the 14th of June, before playing Poland on the 19th of June and then Slovakia on the 23rd of June.