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Please note this match to get the best position to European Under 21 Championship - Group B. You can watch this match from the beginning and do not miss that game starts at 20:45 CET. For it would be better if you start ready to watch 10 minutes earlier.
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Schedule
Big Match: Spain vs England.
Date: June 12, 2011.
begin at 20:45CET.

Fernando Torres and Marcos Senna both went close on a couple of occasions and Xabi Alonso threatened the England goal with a rising shot.

As Terry and Johnson were throwing themselves wholeheartedly - and literally at times - at their opponents, England's 4,000-strong travelling army had every reason to cheer.

How galling therefore that Spain's opener should have arisen from a pretty basic error from Phil Jagielka, making his first England start after Rio Ferdinand had pulled out with a stomach upset.

It is difficult to assess precisely what Jagielka was trying to do when he rolled the ball purposefully away from his own penalty area.

The intention was presumably not to give it straight to Alonso in space. He quickly transferred possession to Villa, who only made things worse for Jagielka by skipping past his attempt to make amends, holding off Terry, then sliding a precise shot past David James.

Five changes at half-time included Beckham's introduction for Downing, allowing a player whose career is littered with notable milestones to claim one of the most cherished.

It was Xavi who put his stamp on the second half first though with a magnificent nutmeg of Terry which goaded the England skipper into bundling him over, completely and utterly outfoxed.

Torres departed the scene after 63 minutes, which should meet with Rafael Benitez's approval given the Merseyside title chasers are not in action again until February 23 when they entertain Manchester City.

The introduction of Cole for a 15 minute debut was more notable, or at least it would have been had his first touch been directed goalwards instead of blazing Johnson's right-wing cross over.

There should be no surprise Xavi should provide the free-kick that allowed Llorente to wrap up Spain's victory eight minutes from the end.

Cole still had time to threaten the home goal with a powerful surge that took him past Jose Reina, only for Pique to block the shot that followed, and a bad tempered ending, out of synch with the rest of the contest, saw Beckham booked.

But Capello has plenty to reflect upon ahead of another friendly with Slovakia on March 28, followed by the key World Cup qualifier against the Ukraine at Wembley four days later.