Spain: Rubén Blanco; Bellerín, Jorge Meré, Jonny Castro, Duarte; Dani Ceballos (José Rodríguez 63’), Samper; Deulofeu (Samu Castillejo 69’), Oliver (Moi Gómez 46’), Denis Suárez (Marco Asensio 54’); Munir (Williams 54’). 4-2-3-1.
Belarus: Vasiliuchak; Shastsilouski, Ihnatsenka, Tseverau (Yarotski 46’), Karpovich, Yablonski; Yanchanka (Yeudakimau 77’), Savitski (Hurenko 77’), Rassadkin (Klivovich 60’); Pazniak, Mileuski (Zaleski 60’). 5-3-2.
1-0. 25. Shastsilouski (own goal). Turned Deulofeu cross past own keeper.
2-0. 49. Deulofeu. Picked up Munir pass and rounded keeper to score.
3-0. 53. Munir. Turned ball into empty net after Deulofeu passed across.
4-0. 59. Moi Gómez. Steered shot in on near post from Deulofeu centre.
Spain’s new under 21 side followed up their win against Norway with a 4-0 victory over Belarus on Monday evening. Team captain Gerard Deulofeu led by example, the Sevilla winger scoring the second goal himself and having a hand in the other three, the first midway through the first half with a cross from the right which Shastsilouski turned into his own net. After Munir put him through to score just after the break, Deulofeu returned the favour for the Barcelona striker to make it three soon afterwards. Six minutes later substitute Moi Gómez latched on to another Deulofeu assist for the fourth, and Williams could have added a fifth had his strike not been ruled out for a narrow offside later on.