Euro 2020- Spain vs Sweden Highlights: Sweden hold Spain to a goalless draw as both teams share spoils

Euro 2020- Spain vs Sweden Highlights: Both teams share spoils as match ends in goalless draw; Read ESP vs SWE Full Match report
Euro 2020- Spain vs Sweden Highlights: Both teams share spoils as match ends in goalless draw; Read ESP vs SWE Full Match report

Euro 2020- Spain vs Sweden Highlights: Both teams share spoils as match ends in goalless draw- Spain dominated their opening Euro 2020 Group E game against Sweden but could only come away with a 0-0 draw after Janne Andersson’s side showed little ambition in going forward on a sweltering Monday evening.

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Euro 2020- Spain vs Sweden Highlights: Both teams share spoils as match ends in goalless draw

The Spaniards outclassed Sweden in possession and Alvaro Morata fired a great chance just wide, but it was the Swedes that came closest to scoring as Alexander Isak’s shot was deflected onto a post by Marcos Llorente just before halftime.

Euro 2020, Spain vs Sweden Highlights: The second half had even less in the way of creative attacking football as the Swedes did their best to run the clock down while making the occasional break, and Spain could not find a way through the massed yellow ranks of defenders.

Euro 2020, Group E Standings: Slovakia are the current leaders of Group E after registering a shock win against Poland in the Group opener. Slovakia stunned Robert Lewandowski’s side 2-1 and will be hoping the continue the momentum in the remaining matches.

Spain and Sweden currently occupy second and third place respectively after playing out a goalless draw in Seville. Sweden will take the outcome in their stride and the draw will give them a major boost in their hopes to advance to the knockout stages of the tournament.

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Sweden take on Group E leaders Slovakia, who beat Poland 2-1 earlier on Monday, in St. Petersburg on June 18, while the Poles travel to Seville to meet Spain the following day. (Reporting by Philip O’Connor Editing by Christian Radnedge)