Team analysis



Lithuania Under-19 squad
1Tomas Švedkauskas22/06/1994Goalkeeper909090 AS Roma (ITA)
2Džiugas Petrauskas21/03/1994Defender909090 NFA Kaunas (LTU)
3Julius Aleksandravičius13/01/1995Defender909090 NFA Kaunas (LTU)
4Lukas Artimavičius12/08/1994Defender9090 1 FK Atlantas (LTU)
5Lukas Čerkauskas12/03/1994Defender20* 28+ FK Ekranas (LTU)
6Rolandas Baravykas23/08/1995Midfield70+9062* FK Atlantas (LTU)
7Deimantas Petravičius02/09/1995Midfield84* Nottingham Forest FC (ENG)
8Klaudijus Upstas30/10/1994Midfield NFA Kaunas (LTU)
9Lukas Narbutas10/05/1994Midfield909090 FK Ekranas (LTU)
10Simonas Stankevičius03/10/1995Forward909090 Leicester City FC (ENG)
11Donatas Kazlauskas21/03/1994Midfield909090 FK Atlantas (LTU)
12Edvinas Gertmonas01/06/1996Goalkeeper FK Tauras (LTU)
13Lukas Spalvis27/07/1994Forward61*9090 Aalborg BK (DEN)
14Vykintas Slivka29/04/1995Midfield9090 Juventus (ITA)
15Justinas Januševskis26/03/1994Defender6+ 90 NFA Kaunas (LTU)
17Gratas Sirgėdas17/12/1994Midfield29+22+903 NFA Kaunas (LTU)
19Gabrielius Judickas04/07/1995Midfield Novara Calcio (ITA)
20Klaidas Jaškus22/04/1994Defender 68*90 FK Kauno Žalgiris (LTU)
Pos. = Position; GS = Goals scored; * = Started; + = Substitute

Antanas Vingilys
[Against the Netherlands] we made some mistakes and were punished. We had our game plan [against Spain] just like in the tournament in general, which was to defend well and look to counterattack at pace. Spain were a much better team individually and deserved to win. It's always a shame to lose but it depends how you lose – the way we lost [against Portugal] means we don't need to let our heads drop. We have plenty to work on and this gives us the motivation to do that. The biggest plus of this tournament for us is the fantastic support of the fans. Even when we lost and conceded four goals [against Portugal], the fans cheered us; it will give the players the inspiration to continue their careers with the clubs and the national teams.

Lithuania team analysis

Lithuania team analysis

• General playing system: 4-2-3-1

• Disciplined, well-organised, deep-lying defence (switch to 4-5-1)

• Great willingness to run; huge commitment

• Compact defensively, play based on counterattacks

• Quick transition from attack to defence

• Lukas Spalvis (No13) strong in duels; Gratas Sirgėdas (No17) good offensively

• Very strong team spirit and mental strength when behind