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Sweden still hopes: De Gea secures Spain EM ticket

            

              
              
                

            

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<p class= David de Gea joins the three-time European champions Spain at the European Championship in 2020.

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You also have to work hard for luck. The Spanish national football team knows that now too, because in Sweden, the three-time European champion is a long time back. In the end, the fury Roja solves the EM ticket.

              

The three-time European champion Spain has qualified with a white vest for the European Football Championship 2020. The Furia Roja came in Sweden to a happy 1-1 (0-0) and thus remained unbeaten in the eighth game of Group F. Spain remain top of the table with 20 points, followed by Sweden (15), Romania (14) and Norway (11) for the second ticket.

Former HSV professional Marcus Berg (50) brought the hosts to Solna Spain's goalkeeper David de Gea had twice fabulously parried. In injury time Rodrigo (90. + 2) secured the Spaniards after a corner the needed point.

In the first half Bayern director Thiago had the early lead for the team of coach Robert Moreno on the foot, but The 28-year-old dribbled slightly overbearing completely freestanding ahead of Sweden goalkeeper Robin Olsen. The Spaniards, who played without their suspended captain Sergio Ramos, lacked the sparkling idea.

Sweden can continue to qualify for the European Championship on its own. Romania remains a big competitor, but only 1-1 (0-0) against Norway.

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