Spain vs Malta Live Score and Live Stream

Kick-off at 19:45 on Friday, November 15
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MorataAlvaro Morata (goal)24'
CazorlaSanti Cazorla (goal)41'
TorresPau Torres (goal)62'
SarabiaPablo Sarabia (goal)63'
OlmoDani Olmo (goal)69'
MorenoRodrigo Moreno (goal)72'
NavasJesus Navas (goal)86'
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European Championship QR, Group F
7 : 0
FT
Ball Possession
77% - 23%
Shots On Target
14 - 0
Completed Passes
845 - 134
Total Attempts
33
1
Saves
0
7
Corners
15
0
Fouls
3
7
Offsides
6
0
Total Passes
926
210
Spain
Malta
23
Pau
Lopez
3
Raul
Albiol
14
Juan
Bernat
15
Sergio
Ramos
10
Thiago
Alcantara
20
Santi
Cazorla
16
Rodri
Hernandez
11
Pablo
Sarabia
7
Alvaro
Morata
19
Rodrigo
Moreno
22
Jesus
Navas

Substitutes
Full Time
Match ends. Spain 7, Malta 0.
86'
7 - 0
Jesus Navas scores for Spain.
75'
Substitution for Malta. Jake Grech replaces Jurgen Pisani
72'
6 - 0
Rodrigo Moreno scores for Spain.
69'
5 - 0
Dani Olmo scores for Spain.
66'
Substitution for Spain. Dani Olmo replaces Alvaro Morata
63'
Substitution for Malta. Tristan Caruana replaces Rowen Muscat
63'
4 - 0
Pablo Sarabia scores for Spain.
62'
3 - 0
Pau Torres scores for Spain.
60'
Substitution for Spain. Pau Torres replaces Sergio Ramos
53'
Substitution for Spain. Paco Alcacer replaces Santi Cazorla
Kick-off
Second half begins
Half Time - 2 : 0
First half ends.
41'
2 - 0
Santi Cazorla scores for Spain.
33'
Substitution for Malta. Karl Micallef replaces Juan Corbolan
24'
1 - 0
Alvaro Morata scores for Spain.
Kick-off
First half begins
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20
Malta have gone 20 consecutive matches without a clean sheet.
9
Spain are undefeated in their previous 9 matches.
7
Spain haven't played a draw in their previous 7 home matches.
Live Match Report

Spain played Malta at the QR, Group F of European Championship on November 15. The match kicked off 19:45 UTC. Spain won 7-0. Spain are the leaders in the table with 26 points after 10 matches, while Malta are 5th with 3 points in 10 matches.

Alvaro Morata scored the first goal on the 24th minute of the game followed by goals from Santi Cazorla, Pau Torres, Pablo Sarabia, Dani Olmo, Rodrigo Moreno and Jesus Navas, who made the final score 7-0.

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Spain kicked off the game with Pau Lopez, Raul Albiol, Juan Bernat, Sergio Ramos who got substituted by Pau Torres on the 60th minute, Thiago Alcantara, Santi Cazorla who got substituted by Paco Alcacer on the 53rd minute, Rodri Hernandez, Pablo Sarabia, Alvaro Morata who got substituted by Dani Olmo on the 66th minute, Rodrigo Moreno and Jesus Navas as starters, with Kepa Arrizabalaga, David De Gea, Daniel Carvajal, Jose Gaya, Inigo Martinez, Pau Torres, Sergio Busquets, Fabian Ruiz, Saul, Paco Alcacer, Dani Olmo and Mikel Oyarzabal on the bench.

Malta's starting eleven were Henry Bonello, Andrei Agius, Jonathan Caruana, Jurgen Pisani who got substituted by Jake Grech on the 75th minute, Dunstan Vella, Zach Muscat, Rowen Muscat who got substituted by Tristan Caruana on the 63rd minute, Brandon Paiber, Juan Corbolan who got substituted by Karl Micallef on the 33rd minute, Joseph Mbong and Kyrian Nwoko, with Rashed Al-Tumi, Justin Haber, Karl Micallef, Nikolai Muscat, Joseph Zerafa, Tristan Caruana, Paul Fenech, Luke Gambin, Jake Grech, Alfred Effiong and Michael Mifsud on the bench.

Spain have played a draw with Sweden and Norway in their previous 2 matches, while Malta have lost to Faroe Islandes, Sweden, Romania, Norway and Spain in their previous 7 matches.

Previous Meetings
March 26th, 2019 - QR, Group F

Spain and Malta have met once in their recent history. Spain won that match.

Spain have won 8 of their 10 matches in QR, Group F, drawing 2 and having 0 defeats this season. They have scored 31 goals - 3.10 per match, conceding 5 - 0.50 per match. Malta have won 1 of their 10 matches in QR, Group F, drawing 0 and having 9 defeats this season. They have scored 3 goals - 0.30 per match, conceding 27 - 2.70 per match.

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