Spain: Ortolá; Ignasi Miquel, Sergi
Gómez, Ramalho, Blázquez; Juan Muñiz, Álex
(Rubén Pardo 71'), Campaña, Juanmi (Sarabia 46'); Borja, Paco
Alcácer (Deulofeu 46'). 4-4-2.
Turkey: Kahveci; Corecki, Ozmen, Seker, Basibuyuk; Iravul (Tastan 71'), Gulle, Ali Dere, Sahiner (Ciftci 78'); Bekdemir, Demir. 4-4-2.
0-1. 31. Ramalho (own goal). Steered header in off own bar from Corecki cross.
0-2. 51. Corecki. Ran through to poke shot in to net after Ortolá dropped ball.
0-3. 55. Gómez (own goal). Turned ball in to net after keeper saved from Iravul.
Ninety minutes to forget for Spain's under 19 side, although the result was meaningless in the end as Gines Meléndez's side had already ensured top spot of their group after winning their first two games. The coach put out a strong line up against Turkey despite resting several of his key players, but everything that could go wrong did, with Ramalho steering a header past his own keeper Ortolá with just under half an hour on the clock. Meléndez brought on Sarabia and Deulofeu at the break, but their woes continued when Ortolá hesitated over a possible back pass, allowing Corecki to run through and score. And four minutes later the youngsters scored a second own goal, Sergi Gómez unable to get out of the way after Ortolá pushed out a shot from Iravul. No real damage done though other than to their pride, and Spain go on to meet Ireland in next Friday's semi-final.