Play-off for Final Tournament, First leg - 20/10/2012 - 15:00CET (14:00 local time) - Hampden Park - Glasgow
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Scotland and Spain draw in Glasgow

Published: Saturday 20 October 2012, 17.30CET
Scotland 1-1 Spain
Kim Little put the hosts in front but Adriana, who later missed a penalty, earned Spain a draw ahead of next week's play-off second leg in Madrid.
by Ramon Inglada
from Hampden Park

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Match statistics

ScotlandSpain

Goals scored1
 
1
Attempts on target3
 
5
Attempts off target4
 
7
Corners1
 
4
Fouls committed5
 
6
Yellow cards1
 
1
Red Cards0
 
0

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Published: Saturday 20 October 2012, 17.30CET

Scotland and Spain draw in Glasgow

Scotland 1-1 Spain
Kim Little put the hosts in front but Adriana, who later missed a penalty, earned Spain a draw ahead of next week's play-off second leg in Madrid.

Adriana scored and missed a penalty as Spain came from behind to draw 1-1 with Scotland in the first leg of their UEFA European Women's Championship play-off.

Scotland took the lead on 24 minutes through Kim Little's penalty, but Adriana levelled for the visitors on the half-hour. The same player had the chance to put Ignacio Quereda's side in front before the break, but her spot kick was saved by home goalkeeper Gemma Fay.

Spain enjoyed superior possession from the off but Scotland soothed their nerves midway through the first half. Though Jennifer Beattie's header from a corner was kept out by Ainhoa Tirapu, Erika Vázquez was penalised for handball and Little did the necessary from the spot.

Falling behind spurred Spain into action and they were swiftly level. Sonia's shot was spilled by Fay and Adriana was on hand to finish the rebound. They could have completed the turnaround after a Rhonda Jones handball inside the area, but Adriana was thwarted by Fay.

Spain remained in charge after the interval, but managed only to fashion a succession of long-range shots. Anna Signeul introduced Emma Mitchell for the hosts, and she went close on 65 minutes. Vázquez then nearly scored for Spain and Adriana hit the bar, but neither side was able to find a winner.

The second leg takes place in Madrid on Wednesday.

Last updated: 12/11/12 18.14CET

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Lineup

Scotland

Scotland

Spain

Spain

1Gemma Fay (GK) (C)1Ainhoa Tirapu (GK)
2Rhonda Jones
Yellow Card44
4Melisa
3Rachel Small5Ruth García
6Joanne Love8Sonia
Substitution90+2
7Hayley Lauder10Adriana
Goal30
Penalty45
Substitution83
8Kim Little
Goal26
11Sandra (C)
9Megan Sneddon14Jennifer Hermoso
10Jennifer Beattie15Silvia Meseguer
13Jane Ross
Substitution59
17Elisabeth Ibarra
14Rachel Corsie18Marta Torrejón
16Lisa Evans
Substitution83
19Erika Vázquez
Yellow Card25
Substitution76

Substitutes

12Shannon Lynn (GK)13María José Pons (GK)
4Eilish McSorley3Leire Landa
5Leanne Ross6Miriam Diéguez
Substitution90+2
11Suzanne Grant
Substitution83
7Willy
Substitution83
15Emma Fernon9Verónica Boquete
17Frankie Brown16Nagore Calderón
18Emma Mitchell
Substitution59
20Deborah Garcia
Substitution76

Coach

Anna Signeul (SWE) Ignacio Quereda (ESP)

Referee

Esther Staubli (SUI)

Assistant referees

Belinda Brem (SUI), Susann Küng (SUI)

Fourth official

Lorraine Clark (SCO)

Legend:

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

See also

  • Scotland

    Next match played Women's EURO: v Spain, 24 October 2012, 3-2
  • Spain

    Next match played Women's EURO: v Scotland, 24 October 2012, 3-2
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