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Spain pay penalty against England

Published: Saturday 4 October 2003, 10.45CET
Spain 1-2 England
Dani converted one penalty but missed another as England triumphed in this dead-rubber to leave Spain bottom of the section.
Spain pay penalty against England
Ron Greenwood's men took some consolation by beating Spain ©Getty Images

Match statistics

SpainEngland

Goals scored1
 
2
Yellow cards1
 
1
Red cards0
 
0

Standings

Last updated: 27/06/2012 12:05 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
 
Published: Saturday 4 October 2003, 10.45CET

Spain pay penalty against England

Spain 1-2 England
Dani converted one penalty but missed another as England triumphed in this dead-rubber to leave Spain bottom of the section.

'Mal', said the Spanish press. 'Muy mal.' Not good. Not good at all. This after their team, already out of the running to top the group, concluded their campaign with a 2-1 defeat by England, no longer in contention themselves.

England manager Ron Greenwood risked Glenn Hoddle despite the carrot of third place being his only team's remaining aspiration. The Tottenham Hotspur FC midfielder could do little to lift his team as it turned out, but it mattered not. Trevor Brooking and Tony Woodcock scored the goals but still England could finish only third in the section; for Spain, there was the ignominy of coming bottom.

Brooking and Woodcock both scored with firm, low shots, the first from a knock-down, the other after Luis Arconada had saved from Terry McDermott – but England had certainly been put on the spot: Spanish penalties were the feature of the match.

Dani put away the first spot kick soon after coming on at half-time to make it 1-1, and then converted a second just five minutes later. The referee, however, ordered a retake. Having put his first two efforts to the goalkeeper's left, he this time went the other way only for Clemence to guess correctly.

Soon after England were in front once more and although Rafael Gordillo headed against the bar with ten minutes to go, England deserved their win – but it was scant reward considering the impressive nature of their qualifying campaign.

Last updated: 04/01/12 21.38CET

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Lineups

Spain

Spain

England

England

1
ArconadaLuis Arconada
1
ClemenceRay Clemence
2
CundiCundi
2
AndersonViv Anderson
Substitution86
3
OlmoAntonio Olmo
3
MillsMick Mills
4
AlexancoJosé Ramón Alexanco
4
ThompsonPhil Thompson
5
GordilloRafael Gordillo
5
WatsonDave Watson
6
UríaFrancisco Uría
6
WilkinsRay Wilkins
7
ZamoraJesús Zamora
7
McDermottTerry McDermott
Yellow Card65
8
CardeñosaJulio Cardeñosa
Substitution46
8
HoddleGlenn Hoddle
Substitution77
9
JuanitoJuanito
Substitution46
9
KeeganKevin Keegan (C)
10
SantillanaCarlos Santillana (C)
10
WoodcockTony Woodcock
Goal61
12
CarrascoLobo Carrasco
Substitution46
Yellow Card65
11
BrookingTrevor Brooking
Goal19

Substitutes

13
DaniDani
Substitution46
Goal48
12
MarinerPaul Mariner
Substitution77
13
CherryTrevor Cherry
Substitution86

Coach

Ladislao Kubala (ESP) Ron Greenwood (ENG)

Referee

Erich Linemayr (AUT)

Legend:

  • GoalsGoals
  • Own goalOwn goal
  • PenaltiesPenalties
  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
  • reds_cardRed Cards
  • yellow_cardsYellow cards
  • yellow_red_cardsYellow/red card
  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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