Spain and Sweden are the two teams that are taking part in the 2020 UEFA Euro qualifying round like the other European teams in the international break. Earlier today, these two teams played their 8th round of the tournament and they faced against each other. It is the 2nd leg between these two teams in the qualifying phase where Spain visited Sweden. And, according to the news, Rodrigo’s goal led Spain to the main event of the 2020 UEFA Euro! We can add this as Rodrigo’s last moment goal led Spain to the main event of the 2020 UEFA Euro! Yes, he scored the goal in the additional minutes of the game and saved Spain from facing the defeat.
Spain have officially qualified for Euro 2020. pic.twitter.com/eSeIXEx6m0
— 90min (@90min_Football) October 15, 2019
Including the match, team Spain has played a total of eight matches in the qualifying round and managed six victories. They have not faced any defeat yet and holding the top position with the highest 20 points so far.
If we look to their first head to head fight in the 2020 UEFA Euro qualifying round when Sweden visited Spain, the home team won by a 3 – 0 goal. But earlier today, at the Friends Arena, Solna the match between Sweden and Spain ended with a 1 – 1 goal draw. After ending the first half by a 0 – 0 goals, in the 50th minute, Berg led the home team ahead and Spain was about to face the defeat. In the 2nd additional minutes of the game, Rodrigo’s goal saved the guest team from a certain defeat.
The moment Rodrigo sent Spain to Euro 2020 with a 92nd-minute equaliser 💯 pic.twitter.com/33bNv5rUUw
— B/R Football (@brfootball) October 15, 2019
After finding consecutive six victories in the 2020 UEFA Euro qualifying round, all in asudden, the winning-streak was broken. They were stumbled against Norway and against Sweden earlier today, they were about to face the defeat. But in the additional minutes of the game, they scored a goal and the match ended with the draw. Along with the draw, Spain has confirmed their ticket into the main event of the 2020 UEFA Euro.
Spain dominated the whole match considering the ball possession and also the attacking section but their attacks were not planned it seemed. The forwards of the team were failed in the first half. In the 5th minute of the 2nd half, Spain conceded a goal. Later, the guest team was desperate to return to the game and in the additional minutes, they found the success.