International Matches - Under 19

Scotland 0 - Spain 4

Scotland: McNeil; Cave-Brown, Kenneth, Cuthbert, Reynolds (Conroy 53'), Wallace; Grant (Cameron 67'), Ferry, Elliot (McGlinchey 51'), Fletcher; Snodgrass.
Spain: Adán; Barragán, Marc Valiente, Piqué (Crespo 52'), Canella; Diego Capel (Esteban Granero 77'), Javi García, Mario Suárez, Jeffrén; Mata, Bueno (Pedraza 61'). 4-4-2.

Goals: 1-0. 16. Bueno; 2-0. 26. Piqué; 3-0. 51. Piqué; 4-0. 85. Mario Suárez.

Spain ensured their place in the semi-finals with a comfortable win over Scotland in their second group game. Ginés Meléndez only made one change from the first match, drafting in Sevilla's Diego Capel, and it was his cross which set up the first goal for Bueno after a shot from his Real Madrid team mate Mata was parried by keeper McNeil.

Manchester United defender Gerard Piqué headed two more either side of half time before leaving the pitch with an injury, the first from Canella's cross and the second from Mata's corner, putting the game beyond Scotland's reach.

McNeil stopped Capel from making it four and Fletcher headed wide at the other end, but with five minutes to go Atlético Madrid's Mario Suárez latched on to Mata's through ball and wrap things up. The win assures Spain of top spot in group B as well as a place in next summer's youth World Cup.