Finland has lost both matches in the European Championships for girls under 17 years of age. The paint account is still unopened.
Finland the under-17 girls national football team lost their second match in the European Championship finals in their age group on Friday. Spain beat clear winning figures of 4-0 (2-0) in Group B in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Finnish Finals account in the tournament has not yet been opened, as France was better in the opening match 2–0.
On the Spanish ride, Finland stayed in Široki Brijeg for more than ten minutes until the opponent went. Before that, Finland had its moment in the 8th minute when Lilli Halttunen had scored a free kick for Finland Elli Seiro was able to shoot with force, but into the side net.
Slightly pressed, Spain slowly captured its grip. Its opening goal was born with a cannon shot when the defender Judit Pujols passed the Finnish goalkeeper Ellan Arpiaisen with its traction in the lower right corner.
Five minutes later Carla Camacho remained free in the Finnish defense area and struck a 2–0 hit on the scoreboard.
Spanish drumming continued in the second half. Substitute Jone Amezaga in the 76th minute 3–0 and Magali Capdevila 4-0. Amezaga crossed the ball into the box from the crossbar.
The focus of the game is that 32 goal-scoring attempts were made for Spain in the match, three for Finland, which hoped to secure a counter-attack. Corner kicks Spain won 8-1.
Finland, which has practically lost its opportunity to continue, will face Norway next Monday in Mostar.
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