Spain: Edgar Badía; Dani Carvajal, Sergi
Gómez, Ignasi Miquel, Aurtenetxe; Campaña, Rubén Pardo;
Deulofeu (Borja 73'), Sarabia (Juan Muñiz 80'), Juanmi (Alex
Fernández 57'); Morata. 4-2-3-1.
Serbia: Peric; Petkovic, Cosic, Vitas, Kuzmanovic; Brasanac (Mkrela 46'), Causic; Jokic, Rogac (Trujic 46'), Lukic; Pesic (Despotovic 65'). 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 13. Morata. Got on the end of Deulofeu cross to turn shot past Peric.
2-0. 14. Juanmi. Beat keeper at second attempt after pass out from Sarabia.
3-0. 22. Morata. Turned ball in on far post after Sarabia crossed in from left.
4-0. 75. Morata. Picked up Sarabia pass and ran on to curl shot past Peric.
Spain's under 19 side are already sure of a place in the semi-finals after a convincing win against Serbia. Like Spain, the East Europeans had also won their opening fixture, but with only a quarter of the game gone Gines Meléndez's side raced in to a three goal lead, Morata turning in Deulofeu's cross to open the scoring in the 13th minute. A minute later Juanmi beat Peric at the second attempt, and soon afterwards Morata got his second of the evening after combining with his Real Madrid team mate Sarabia. That was it for the first half, but only thanks to some brilliant saves from Serbian keeper Peric as Spain attacked time and time again. After the restart Sarabia hit the bar before setting up Morata for his hat-trick, all but mathematically ensuring top spot of the group with one match still to play.