Spain: Pacheco; Carvajal, Jordi Amat, Sergi
Gómez, Alberto Moreno; Rubén Pardo, Sergi Roberto; Deulofeu,
Oliver Torres (Sarabia 76'), Muniain (Jesé 64'); Morata (Carles Gil
Albania: Strakosha; Prençi, Gjokaj, Matoshi, Rrahmani (Kavazaj 46'); Abazi, Shala, Bunjaku, Hasani (Batha 36'); Neziraj (Morina 64'), Hoxha. 4-4-2.
1-0. 35. Muniain. Turned ball in to net on far post after Deulofeu crossed from right.
2-0. 52. Muniain. Struck angled shot across Strakosha from Sergi Roberto pass.
3-0. 59. Morata. Ran on to Dani Carvajal through ball and turned shot past keeper.
4-0. 73. Jesé. Picked up Carles Gil return pass and steered shot wide of Strakosha.
Spain's new under 21 side top their group already after a 4-0 win against Albania on Monday night. After a 2-6 win in Austria Lopetegui's team were odds on favourites against an opponent who had already lost to all the other group members. However they didn't have it all their own way at first, and there were a couple of nervous moments before Deulofeu found a gap down the right flank to set up team captain Muniain for the opener. Seven minutes in to the second half Muniain got his second of the night, curling a shot past Strakosha after Sergi Roberto set him up, and Morata brought a good save out of the visiting keeper before combining with Real Madrid team mate Dani Carvajal to net the third, his ninth goal in the brief time he has worn an under 21 shirt. Jesé came on test Strakosha again before working a quick passing move with Carles Gil to make it four, and Sarabia and Deulofeu both came close to a fifth near the end. A 28th game without defeat though for the youngsters under Julen Lopetegui, including 26 wins, and it would take a brave man to bet against them winning the trophy for a third time in a row.