Spain: Pacheco (Kepa 46’); Carvajal, Sergi Gómez (Derik 46’), Amat, Alberto Moreno (Bernat 24’); Rubén Pardo (Denis Suárez 78‘), Sergi Roberto (Saúl Ñíguez 46’); Muniain (Sarabia 58’), Isco, Jesé (Deulofeu 46’); Morata. 4-2-3-1.
Germany: Leno; Rüdiger, Knoche, Plattenhardt (Schultz 46’), Korb (Durm 46’); Geis, Emre Can (Leitner 35’); Bittencourt, Philipp Hofmann, Younes (Malli 65’); Volland (André Hofmann 46’). 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 52. Morata. Intercepted poor Leno clearance and rolled ball back in to net.
2-0. 53. Isco. Picked up Morata pass on edge of area and shot wide of keeper.
Spain’s under 21 side extended their incredible unbeaten record to 33 games after a 2-0 victory over Germany in the latest friendly international. The youngsters have not lost since November 2009, and they got off to another good start, Morata hitting the post in only the second minute and Isco curling a shot wide. Volland did go close for the Germans before the break, but seven minutes in to the second half Morata scored the easiest of goals after Leno’s clearance fell to him just outside of the area, and just a minute later the striker set up his Real Madrid team mate Isco to score the second. Morata hit the woodwork twice more after that, but Julen Lopetegui’s team had already done enough to clock up a fourteenth straight win. Along the way Muniain recorded a record 28 th appearance for “La Rojita”, one more than Santi Denía and David De Gea, and Derik Osede and Denis Suárez both made their debuts at this level.