International Matches - Under 20

Spain 1 - Czech Republic 1 (3-4 penalty shoot out)

Spain: Adán; Barragán, Marc Valiente, Piqué, Crespo; Javi García, Mario Suárez (Adrián González 95'); Capel, Granero (Toni Calvo 55'), Mata; Adrián López (Bueno 81'). 4-2-3-1.
Czech Republic: Petr; Kudela, Mazuch, Simunek, Kuban; Micola, Strestik (Pekhart 66'), Suchy, Janda (Cihlar 108'); Kalouda (Gecov 106') Fenin. 4-4-2.

0-1. 103. Kalouda; 1-1. 110. Mata.

Penalties: Mata, 1-0. Fenin, 1-1. Adrián González, 2-1. Suchy, 2-2. Marc Valiente (crossbar), 2-2. Kudela, 2-3. Javi García, 3-3. Pekhart, 3-4. Piqué (saved), 3-4.

Spain are out of the under 20 World Cup after losing a penalty shoot out to the Czech Republic. Ginés Meléndez's side had the better of the match but were unable to break down a well ordered defence, Adrián López missing the best chance to put his side ahead shortly before the end of the second half when he hit the post with the goal at his mercy. But Kalouda opened the scoring for the East Europeans after Adán could only push away Janda's a corner in the first half of extra time.

Piqué headed against the bar a few minutes later and Bueno and Granero also went close as Spain pushed for the equaliser, and Mata finally levelled the scores after Bueno's effort came back off the post. But the Czechs held their nerve in the shoot out, and Marc Valiente and Piqué both missed their spot kicks to hand victory to their opponents.