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  • Switzerland 0-2 Spain: Herrera header, Thiago wonder-strike

    European champions Spain. In the final, nicknamed La Rojita squad defeated Switzerland's success with the score 2-0 in the final to embrace the title.

    Compete at the Aarhus Stadium on Saturday (06/25/2011) , both teams started the game with a fairly slow.

    The first opportunity is obtained from Xherdan Shaqiri Switzerland in the 28th minute. With turned, Shaqiri volleyed from the boundary penalty box but David De Gea successfully denied.

    Spain respond back seven minutes later. After receiving the pass Juan Mata, Thiago Alcantara took off hard kick from a considerable distance to thin it wide of the goal guarded by Yann Sommers.

    Spain managed to excel minute 41. Didac sent a cross into the middle of the box and Herrera Aguera the ball with a header which successfully conquered Sommer. Scores did not change until the first half closed.

    Switzerland again had the opportunity in minute 53. Through its partnership with Innocent Imeghara but Admir Mehmedi flick right leads to the De Gea. Seven minutes later, Spain respond by Iker Muniain but can not complicate Sommer.

    Spain throw a golden opportunity. Eye sent a cross which passed with a header from Alberto Botia located in front of the goal mouth. Unfortunately the ball actually bounced.

    In 79 minutes, Switzerland almost equalized. Starting from the set-piece situations, Shaqiri execute the ball and was greeted by Timm Klose. The ball sideways.

    Four minutes later, the Spanish succeeded in forcing Sommer picked up the ball from his own goal for the second time. Thiago successfully netted the ball through a free kick from outside the penalty box.

    Up to five additional minutes allotted time, Switzerland is not able to create goals and Spain have the right to be champions for the third time. Previously won two Spanish titles in 1986 and 1998.

    Teams Line-up:

    Spain: De Gea, Montoya, Botia, Dominguez, Didac, Javi Martinez, Mata, Thiago, Herrera (Diego Capel 88 '), Muniain (Parejo 86'), Adrian (Jeffren 82 ')

    Switzerland: Sommer, Koch, Klose, Rossini, Berardi, Shaqiri, Xhaka (Kasami 67 '), Lustenberger, Frei, Emeghara, Mehmedi


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