Georgia: Kurdadze; Gegetchkori, Dvali, Tsnobiladze, Ubilava; Aburjania, Tsintsadze; Shengelia (Lobzhanidze 55’), Kiteishvili (Gorozia 70’), Pantsulaia (Eristavi 80’); Goshteliani. 4-2-3-1.
Spain: Kepa; Manquillo, Jorge Meré, Jesús Vallejo, Duarte; Saúl Ñíguez, Óliver Torres; Deulofeu (José Rodríguez 85’), Marco Asensio, Samu Castillejo (Borja Mayoral 61’); Munir (Dani Ceballos 77’). 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 02. Munir. Got in front of marker to turn Deulofeu cross past Kurdadze.
1-1. 05. Tsintsadze. Long free kick which bounced past everyone into net.
2-1. 60. Lobzhanidze. Picked up ball outside area and curled shot over Kepa.
2-2. 62. Marco Asensio. Steered header down past keeper from Deulofeu cross.
2-3. 66. Borja Mayoral. Latched on to Saúl passs and turned shot across keeper.
2-4. 73. Munir. Cut in from left of area and struck angled shot past Kurdadze.
2-5. 90. Ceballos. Collected return José Rodríguez pass to fire shot past keeper.
Spain’s under 21 side made it two wins out of two after beating Georgia 2-5 in their latest European championship qualifier. With only two minutes gone Munir got on the end of a Deulofeu cross to open the scoring, but just three minutes later Tsintsadze equalized with a long free kick which bounced past everyone, and with an hour on the clock Lobzhanidze gave the East Europeans the lead with a shot from outside of the area. However within six minutes Spain were back in front, Marco Asensio heading in another Deulofeu centre, and Borja Mayoral latching on to a Sául Ñíguez through ball to turn a shot past Kurdadze just five minutes after coming on to make his debut at this level. With just over a quarter of an hour to go Munir got his second of the evening with a shot from left of the area, and Dani Ceballos wrapped things up after combining with fellow substitute José Rodríguez in the last minute.