Dani Olmo scored a late winner as Spain claimed a 2-1 win against Albania in a friendly match, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
Both teams did well enough in the first half of the encounter which was evenly balanced between both of them who created opportunities.
Spain started as the better between two of the Nations who had something good going as the home side for the encounter did get more of the opportunities moving forward.
It was looking good as Albania had to make sure their defending was perfect to ensure they didn’t go down easily despite all the pressure put on them by the Spanish players.
Nothing happened in the game as they continued hitting the 30th minute mark with the scoreline still the same goalless affair as it wasn’t looking like anything will happen.
The first half ended with Spain 0-0 Albania as they both headed for the break after 45 minutes of football played between them in the friendly encounter.
Second Half Report
The second half kicked off with so much expectations from both teams who couldn’t make anything happen in the first 45 minutes.
Spain Vs Albania continued looking good as they carried on in the second half doing everything possible to make sure they made something happen.
The opening goal came in the 75th minute from Barcelona forward Ferran Torres who scored to make it 1-0 after an assist from Yeremi Pino.
It was looking good until the away side pulled back level in the 85th minute of the encounter through Myrto Uzuni to make the scoreline 1-1.
More opportunities with a late goal scored by Dani Olmo in the 90th minute of the game which saw the home side going ahead 2-1 as things carried on.
The game ended with Spain 2-1 Albania which saw the home side making sure the win was taken by all means possible after 90 minutes played.
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