|Attempts on target||1||9|
|Attempts off target||0||0|
|7||Bosnia and Herzegovina||San Marino|
|4||Cyprus||Republic of Ireland|
|7||Lithuania||Serbia and Montenegro|
|7||Serbia and Montenegro||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|4||Republic of Ireland||Switzerland|
Two-time UEFA European Under-21 Championships winners Spain saw their hopes of securing a third crown ended, despite securing a 10-1 win against Group 7 minnows San Marino in Serravalle.
Iñaki Sáez's side needed Serbia and Montenegro to drop points in their final qualifier to have any hope of stealing second place in the group, and a place in the play-offs for next year's finals, but a 5-1 win for the former Yugoslav republic against Bosnia-Herzegovina made Spain's victory irrelevant.
Spain had put San Marino to the sword, with Fernando Llorente and Roberto Soldado both scoring hat-tricks, Silva scoring twice and Davide Simoncini scoring an own goal after Andrés Iniesta had opened their account with a ninth-minute penalty. Matteo Valli's goal was the Sammarinese's sole response.
None the less, former senior team coach Sáez was left to rue his side's earlier 1-0 defeats in Serbia and Montenegro and group winners Belgium, saying: "We have lost a great opportunity - not today, when we worked hard and did some good things, but when we failed in those two key games."
Spanish Football Federation president Angel Maria Villár refused to be too downhearted, adding: "We have had a lot of success [at youth level] but as in all things we have good times and bad but we are still full of hope because Spain have a great production line and we can look to the future with optimism."
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|Sereno Uraldi (SMR)||José Ignacio Sáez (ESP)|
|Drago Kos (SVN)|
|Andrej Kokolj (SVN), Milan Kogej (SVN)|
|Peter Sart (SVN)|