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  • Spain's 15th consecutive match without defeat
  • 350th defeat of the Switzerland football team in international matches

Spain vs Switzerland international football match report

Date, kick-off time:
Saturday, 10 October 2020, 20:45 (UTC+02:00)
National teams, score:
Spain
1-0
Switzerland
Competition:
Referee:
Ali Palabıyık, Ankara /
Turkey
Attendance, venue:
Goals:
1-0 (14') Mikel Oyarzabal
Spain national football team line-up in match Nr.706
Managed by national coach Luis Enrique
Player
Caps
Age
Club
44
29
Manchester United FC, Manchester
174
34
Real Madrid CF, Madrid
45
34
Sevilla FC, Sevilla
10
25
Valencia CF, Valencia
4
23
Villarreal CF, Vila-Real
119
32
FC Barcelona, Barcelona
Mikel Merino   64'
4
24
Real Sociedad, Donostia/San Sebastián
Daniel Olmo   57' 
4
22
RB Leipzig, Leipzig
57' Sergio Canales  
4
29
Real Betis Balompié, Sevilla
8
23
Real Sociedad, Donostia/San Sebastián
73' Gerard Moreno  
6
28
Villarreal CF, Vila-Real
Ansu Fati   57' 
3
17
FC Barcelona, Barcelona
57' Adama Traoré  
2
24
Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, Wolverhampton
Ferran Torres   88' 
3
20
Manchester City FC, Manchester
14
24
Manchester City FC, Manchester
Switzerland national football team line-up in match Nr.809
Managed by national coach Vladimir Petković (Bosnia & Herzegovina)
Player
Caps
Age
Club
56
31
Borussia VfL, Mönchengladbach
75
28
Torino FC, Torino
56
28
Newcastle United FC, Newcastle upon Tyne
20
24
Borussia VfL, Mönchengladbach
Loris Benito   81' 
8
28
FC Girondins de Bordeaux, Bordeaux
81' Steven Zuber  
29
29
Eintracht Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main
Silvan Widmer   86' 
11
27
FC Basel, Basel
24
30
GNK Dinamo, Zagreb
Admir Mehmedi   60' 
67
29
VfL Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg
60' Xherdan Shaqiri  
83
29
Liverpool FC, Liverpool
86
28
Arsenal FC, London
Remo Freuler   75' 86' 
23
28
Atalanta BC, Bergamo
16
24
1. FSV Mainz 05, Mainz
Djibril Sow   60' 
10
23
Eintracht Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main
60' Ruben Vargas  
7
22
FC Augsburg, Augsburg
67
28
SL Benfica, Lisboa
Comments

tuzenko - posted on 30 August 2020 at 08:42:27

Announced venue:
Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano - Madrid (link: )

db - posted on 2 October 2020 at 10:41:57

Switzerland announced squad:

Tor
Yann Sommer Mönchengladbach 17.12.1988
Yvon Mvogo PSV Eindhoven 06.06.1994
Jonas Omlin Montpellier HSC 10.01.1994

Abwehr
Manuel Akanji Dortmund 19.07.1995
Loris Benito Bordeaux 07.01.1992
Eray Cömert Basel 04.02.1998
Nico Elvedi Mönchengladbach 30.09.1996
Jordan Lotomba OGC Nice 29.09.1998
Becir Omeragic Zürich 20.01.2002
Ricardo Rodriguez Torino 25.08.1992
Fabian Schär Newcastle 20.12.1991
Silvan Widmer Basel 05.03.1993

Mittelfeld und Stürmer
Edimilson Fernandes Mainz 15.04.1996
Remo Freuler Atalanta Bergamo 15.04.1992
Mario Gavranovic Dinamo Zagreb 24.11.1989
Cedric Itten Glasgow Rangers 27.12.1996
Admir Mehmedi Wolfsburg 16.03.1991
Haris Seferovic Benfica 22.02.1992
Xherdan Shaqiri Liverpool 10.10.1991
Simon Sohm Zürich 11.04.2001
Djibril Sow YB 06.02.1997
Renato Steffen Wolfsburg 03.11.1991
Ruben Vargas Augsburg 05.08.1998
Granit Xhaka Arsenal 27.09.1992
Steven Zuber Frankfurt 17.08.1991
(link: )

db - posted on 2 October 2020 at 11:15:56

Spain announced squad:

Porteros: David de Gea (Manchester United), Kepa Arrizabalaga (Chelsea) y Unai Simón (Athletic).

Defensas: Jesús Navas (Sevilla), Dani Carvajal (Real Madrid), Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid), Pau Torres (Villarreal), Diego Llorente (Leed United), José Luis Gayá (Valencia), Sergio Reguilón (Tottenham) y Eric García (Manchester City).

Centrocampistas: Fabián Ruiz (Nápoles), Sergio Busquets (Barcelona), Rodrigo (Manchester City), Mikel Merino (Real Sociedad), Dani Ceballos (Arsenal), Sergio Canales (Betis) y José Campaña (Levante).

Delanteros: Rodrigo Moreno (Leeds United), Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad), Adama Traoré (Wolverhampton), Dani Olmo (Leipzig), Ansu Fati (Barcelona), Gerard Moreno (Villarreal) y Ferran Torres (Manchester City).
(link: )

DFN - posted on 7 October 2020 at 21:27:21

Announced referee:
(...)

db - posted on 10 October 2020 at 20:54:52 - 1

Switzerland national football team (link: )

hcivortep - posted on 13 October 2020 at 10:10:15 - 1

Selección Española de Fútbol (link: )

hcivortep - posted on 13 October 2020 at 10:11:25

Spain line up
(L-R) David De Gea (Manchester United FC), Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid CF), Ferran Torres (Manchester City FC), Mikel Merino (Real Sociedad), Pau Torres (Villarreal CF), Sergio Busquets (FC Barcelona), Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad), Jose Gaya (Valencia CF), Ansu Fati (FC Barcelona), Dani Olmo (RasenBallsport Leipzig) and Jesus Navas (Sevilla FC) of Spain during the UEFA Nations League group stage match between Spain and Switzerland at Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano on October 10, 2020 in Madrid, Spain.

hcivortep - posted on 18 January 2021 at 12:01:39

Швейцария:
22 Фабиан Шер, 3 Сильван Видмер , 9 Харис Сеферович , 10 Гранит Джака (c) , 4 Нико Эльведи , 1 Ян Зоммер
13 Рикардо Родригес , 15 Джибриль Соу , 18 Адмир Мехмеди, 8 Ремо Фройлер , 2 Лорис Бенито
Spain vs Switzerland post-match head-to-head
P
21
W
16
D
4
L
1
GF
47
GA
17
Av. goals
3.048
Av. attendance
30 760
Match stats
Spain:
players - 15 (from 11 clubs)
goals - 1 (penalties - 0, hat-tricks - 0)
average age - 26.441 (born 1985-2002)
average caps - 29.600
cautions - 1, expulsions - 0
Switzerland:
players - 16 (from 14 clubs)
goals - 0 (penalties - 0, hat-tricks - 0)
average age - 27.702 (born 1988-1998)
average caps - 39.875
cautions - 2, expulsions - 0
Spain national team matches
Previous match:
Friendly International
Portugal vs Spain 0-0
Lisbon, Wednesday 7 October 2020
Next match:
UEFA Nations League
Ukraine vs Spain 1-0
Kyiv, Tuesday 13 October 2020
Switzerland national team matches
Previous match:
Friendly International
Switzerland vs Croatia 1-2
St. Gallen, Wednesday 7 October 2020
Next match:
UEFA Nations League
Germany vs Switzerland 3-3
Cologne, Tuesday 13 October 2020
Top Spain goal scorers
1. David Villa (2005 - 2014) - 59 goals
2. Raúl (1996 - 2006) - 44 goals
3. Fernando Torres (2004 - 2014) - 38 goals
4. David Silva (2007 - 2017) - 35 goals
... Mikel Oyarzabal (2019 - 2020) - 3 goals
(correct as of October 10, 2020)
Brief match report
Sat. 10 Oct 2020
Estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano, Madrid
Spain 1-0 Switzerland
Goals: Oyarzabal 14

Spain: de Gea, Ramos (c), Navas, Gayá, Pau Torres, Busquets, Merino, Olmo (Canales 57), Oyarzabal (Moreno 73), Fati (Traoré 57), Ferran Torres (Hernández 88). Managed by Luis Enrique.
Booked: Merino 64.

Switzerland: Sommer, Rodríguez, Schär, Elvedi, Benito (Zuber 81), Widmer (Gavranovic 86), Mehmedi (Shaqiri 60), Xhaka (c), Freuler (Fernandes 86), Sow (Vargas 60), Seferovic. Managed by Petković (Bosnia & Herzegovina).
Booked: Schär 30, Freuler 75.

Att: 0,
Ref: Palabıyık (Turkey)

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