Spain repeats victory at half throttle against Uzbekistan

Spain remains firm on its way to the Futsal World Cup that will start on September 12 in Lithuania. The National Team added its second 1-0 victory against Uzbekistan in four days on Thursday, framed in a triangle that will also face Argentina on Sunday.

The Malaga municipality of Alhaurín de la Torre hosted a flat match, with few occasions, which demonstrated the embryonic state in which both teams find themselves a little less than a month before the World Cup event. There is still time to try new things and Fede Vidal radically changed the line-up compared to last Sunday’s clash. This time they were from the party Dídac, Tolrá, Ric Pérez, Chino and Mellado.

There was practically no news from Uzbekistan in the first half. The Spanish pressure forced losses that La Roja did not manage to realize until the equator of the first half. After two long shots at the post, Raúl Gómez was the one who finally found the goal with a good maneuver on the right side: he received very heeled, turned with a large cut and placed the ball next to the long post.

The second half passed practically without clear chances for any team. The marasmus was damaging to Uzbekistan, which failed to generate a sense of real danger at any time and he only has one bullet against Argentina, this Saturday, to try not to end his Spanish adventure empty-handed.

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