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  1. Rene ha detto:

    Spain overcame the shock of conceding in the first minute to open their Euro 2022 campaign with a convincing 4-1 win over Finland in Milton Keynes.

    The much-fancied Spaniards were stunned when Linda Sallstrom struck with just 49
    seconds on the clock in the Group B opener on Friday.

    It felt like another hefty blow coming after loss of star player Alexia Putellas through
    injury earlier this week.

    Spain eased to a comfortable victory in their Euro 2022 opening fixture against Finland

    Finland went in front after just 49 seconds through their all-time record scorer Linda Sallstrom





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    Yet they soon hit back through captain Irene Paredes and Aitana Bonmati levelled
    before half-time. Lucia Garcia made victory safe after
    the break and Mariona Caldentey added gloss with an injury-time penalty.

    The game got off to a remarkable start as an early Spain attack broke down on halfway and Anna Westerlund swept the ball forward.

    Sallstrom was quick to latch onto it and raced into the area before firing home a low shot
    that went in off the far post.

    The damage caused by that swift attack down the right was something Finland tried to repeat but Sallstrom fluffed a
    shot the next time they tried it and Adelina Engman later dragged a shot
    across goal.

    Spain soon recovered their composure and began to dictate the pace of the game.

    Spain captain Irene Paredes set her country on the road to recovery with the equalising goal

    The pick of the goals was a delightful flicked header from Spain midfielder Aitana

    Caldentey and Esther Gonzalez both shot at Tinja-Riikka Korpela from distance as they began to get
    a grip and Patri Guijarro had a header ruled out after the ball went out of play in the

    The equaliser came after 26 minutes as Paredes got forward to meet a Caldentey corner and power a header past Korpela.

    Bonmati then put Spain ahead four minutes before the break with a well-flighted header from
    a Mapi Leon cross.

    Spain started the second half brightly and went close when Manchester United’s Ona Batlle jinked
    her way into the area and forced a good save from Korpela.

    Lucia Garcia found the net with her head in the second half as Spain took charge of the contest

    Mariona Caldentey’s penalty added gloss to the scoreline in second half stoppage time

    Underdogs Finland threatened to cause an upset but were ultimately beaten comfortably

    The keeper then did even better to keep out a firm header from substitute Laia Aleixandri.

    Spain’s dominance continued as Gonzalez glanced a
    header wide.

    The result was put beyond doubt 15 minutes from time as Garcia nodded home from
    a Leon free-kick.

    Sportsmail Reporter
    Host commentator


    FULL-TIME: Spain 4-1 Finland

    The penalty is indeed the last kick of the game as the referee calls
    time on a thoroughly entertaining clash in Group B.

    There was excitement from the off as Finland went ahead after 49 seconds through their all-time top scorer
    Linda Sallstrom, but Spain recovered quickly and eased to victory in the end.

    Irene Paredes, Aitana Bonmati and Lucia Garcia all scored
    headers to put La Roja in complete control, before that stoppage time penalty from Mariona
    Caldentey added the gloss.

    It was a very impressive display from Spain after that nightmare
    start and they showed they are still a force to be reckoned
    with even without Alexia Putellas.

    Thanks for joining our live coverage and keep an eye out for our match report.

    The other game in Group B between Germany and Denmark kicks off at 8pm and we’ll have live coverage of that one too.


    90+4 mins: GOAL! SPAIN! (Caldentey)

    That’s the cherry on the cake for Spain. Mariona Caldentey
    expertly dispatches the spot-kick to cap a very impressive
    performance from La Roja.


    90+4 mins: SPAIN PENALTY!

    Spain will have a chance to make it 4-1 with the last kick of the game as Cardona is brought down in the box.


    90 mins: Spain go close as the clock ticks into
    injury time

    Nearly a fourth for Spain as Korpela is forced to keep out Cardona’s header at the back post.
    La Roja have been surprisingly dangerous in the air today.

    We’ll have three added minutes.


    87 mins: Late substitutions for both sides

    Double change for Finland. Olga Ahtinen and Jenny Danielsson are on for
    Evelina Summanen and Sanni Franssi.

    For Spain, goal scorer Lucia Garcia is replaced by Claudia

    Finland then make another change as Amanda Rantanen replaces Ria Oling.


    In pictures: Garcia wraps it up for Spain


    79 mins: Two more Spain changes

    Fresh legs for Spain. Aitana Bonmati and Esther Gonzalez are off, Athenea del Castillo and Marta Cardona are on.

    Bonmati in particular has been superb in midfield for Spain today, while her header to make it 2-1 just before half-time is the pick of the goals.


    75 mins: GOAL! SPAIN! (Garcia)

    That should be that! It’s ANOTHER headed goal for Spain as Mapi Leon delivers a
    free-kick into the box and Lucia Garcia expertly nods it
    home. Finland have really struggled to defend set-pieces today.

    After their nightmare start, Spain have been very impressive.


    69 mins: Spain up the intensity

    Spain have been energised by their substitutions. Gonzalez lashes the ball across goal but no one in a red shirt can get
    a decisive touch.


    66 mins: Substitution number two for Finland

    A change at right-back for Finland as Natalia Kuikka replaces
    Tuija Hyyrynen.


    61 mins: Aleixandri makes an instant impact

    Double Spain change as Laia Aleixandri and Sheila
    Garcia replace Irene Guerrero and Leila Ouahabi.

    It’s nearly a dream introduction for Aleixandri, as
    she powers a header towards the bottom corner
    but it is tipped wide by Korpela.


    55 mins: Batlle bombs forward

    Spain right-back Ona Batlle forces a good save from
    Korpela as she twists and turns before getting a decent shot away.


    54 mins: Paredes yellow card

    The first booking of the game goes to Spain captain and goal scorer Irene Paredes.

    The centre-back brings down Finland goalscorer Linda Sallstrom as
    she looks to break away.


    51 mins: Finland go close

    That’s not a bad chance for Finland. A free-kick from the right goes
    through everybody and finds Evelina Summanen at the back
    post, but the Tottenham midfielder’s tame shot goes into the arms of Panos.

    They might not get many better opportunities to equalise.


    48 mins: More of the same from Spain

    Spain have started the second half like they mean business, with
    Irene Guerrero testing Korpela from range.

    Finland’s Adelina Engman has just re-emerged on to bench hobbling and looking pretty upset, so
    we can assume that substitution was injury enforced.


    Half-time change for Finland

    We’re back under way at Stadium MK and there’s been a Finland substitution at
    half-time. Essi Sainio is on for Adelina Engman in a like-for-like change out wide.

    Can Sainio get her side back into the game?


    Bonmati brilliance in pictures


    HALF-TIME: Spain 2-1 Finland

    What a crazy half of football that was.

    Finland made a dream start after just 49 seconds through Linda Sallstrom, but it’s been pretty much all Spain since then and the tournament favourites are deservedly in front at the break.

    La Roja have had 13 attempts in total and it’s headers from captain Irene Paredes and Aitana
    Bonmati that have turned the game around.

    Time to catch my breath.


    41 mins: GOAL! SPAIN! (Bonmati)

    Oh that’s delightful! Aitana Bonmati meets a delivery from the left with a beautiful flicked header
    that sails over Korpela and into the net. Spain are deservedly in front and
    Finland are on the ropes.

    Bonmati heads straight over to celebrate with the injured Putellas.


    Spain’s equaliser in pictures

    That was a captain’s header if ever I’ve seen one from Paredes, who was unchallenged as she
    powered the ball home.


    35 mins: Spain finding their rhythm

    Spain have not let up since finding that equaliser,
    with Guerrero the latest player to try her luck but it
    is a comfortable save for Korpela.

    Finland continue to look dangerous on the counter attack though.


    26 mins: GOAL! SPAIN! (Paredes)

    Spain are level! You can’t say it’s not deserved either.

    They’ve had nine corners already in this frantic first half
    and finally make one count as captain Irene Paredes powers a header home from Mariona Caldentey’s delivery.

    Four out of Paredes’ 10 international goals have come against Finland.


    22 mins: NO GOAL!

    Spain have the ball in the back of the net as Guijarro nods it in after it is
    reworked following a corner, but the referee rules it out as the
    ball had gone out of play before it was delivered back in to the box.


    19 mins: Woodwork!

    Crossbar… although not intentional!

    Spain left-back Leila Ouahabi delivers a cross in, but it actually turns into a shot and nearly troubles Korpela in the Finland goal before skimming the bar and going over.

    It’s been non-stop action so far, with Spain winning three corners in quick succession now.


    15 mins: Sallstrom brought down

    A slightly nervous wait for Spain as Finland goalscorer
    Sallstrom goes down as she races towards goal, but there doesn’t
    appear to be anything in the challenge.

    We do have VAR if its needed today.


    14 mins: Gonzalez tries her luck

    Now Spain get another attempt on goal, but Gonzalez’s weak strike from range is easily saved
    by Korpela.


    11 mins: Finland charge on the counter

    Counter attacking is very much going to be the order of the day for Finland and they go close
    through Adelina Engman, who shoots from a similar angle as Sallstrom’s goal but it’s wide of the post.


    That rapid start in pictures

    Amazing scenes for Finland as they make the dream start to this Group B encounter.
    Blink and you would have missed it.


    8 mins: Spain look for an immediate response

    Spain have settled down after their nightmare start and are pushing urgently for an equaliser.

    Mariona Caldentey has just gone close with a long range effort
    that stung the palms of Tinja-Riikka Korpela.


    1 min: GOAL! FINLAND! (Sallstrom)

    What an incredible start! Finland are in front after just 49 seconds as their all-time record scorer Linda Sallstrom is
    played through and finishes smartly off the post despite Sandra Panos
    getting a touch.

    We have an upset on the cards!



    We’re under way at Stadium MK!


    Spain rally around Putellas

    Putellas may not be on the pitch, but she’s still very much involved in this Spain squad.




    Kick-off is nearly upon us!

    The teams are out and the anthems have been passionately sung.
    We are moments away from kick-off…



    Both countries are well supported at Stadium MK, which will host three
    games in Group B alongside one of the semi-finals.


    Have we met before?

    Finland’s boss is Swede Anna Signeul, who managed Scotland between 2005 and 2017.

    She took the Scots to their first-ever European Championships in 2017, where they claimed a shock win over Spain in the group stages.
    The victory wasn’t enough to see them qualify for the knockouts,


    Spain in profile

    For the full lowdown on tournament favourites Spain, this piece from Sportsmail’s MAX MATHEWS is well worth a read.

    La Roja qualified in stunning style, winning seven of their eight fixtures and drawing the
    other. They scored an impressive 48 goals, conceding just the one.

    Note: Written before Putellas’ injury.

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    Putellas pain for Spain

    One player who will not be involved today is Spain’s Alexia Putellas, who was all set to star at this tournament after winning the
    Ballon d’Or last year.

    But in a devastating blow earlier this week, the Barcelona star suffered an ACL injury and
    will therefore play no part over the next few weeks.

    Euro 2022 will certainly be far worse off without Putellas, while Spain are
    also without another of their star names Jenni Hermoso – the Ballon d’Or runner-up.

    Spain dealt blow ahead of Women’s Euros as Putellas suffers injury

    Putellas, 28, was named the FIFA Best Women’s Player earlier this year,
    was at the heart of the Barcelona women’s team which won the Spanish league last season.

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    Here is how both countries will begin at Stadium MK.

    Spain (4-3-3): Panos; Batlle, Paredes, Leon, Ouahabi;
    Guijarro, Bonmati, Guerrero; Garcia, Gonzalez, Caldentey

    Finland (4-4-2): Korpela; Hyyrynen, Westerlund, Pikkujamsa, Koivisto; Engman, Alanen, Summanen, Oling; Sallstrom,



    Hello and welcome to Sportsmail’s live coverage of Spain against Finland at Euro

    After England and Northern Ireland got their tournaments under way on the
    last two nights, four more countries will take to
    the field today.

    Tonight, eight-time champions Germany and 2017 runners-up Denmark
    will go head-to-head, but first up it is the other two teams in Group B.

    Spain are the tournament favourites with the bookmakers but are
    missing star player Alexia Putellas, while Finland
    – semi-finalists in 2005 – are back after failing to
    qualify five years ago.

    Kick-off is at 5pm at Stadium MK.

  2. Franco ha detto:

    Non so se dipende da questa nuova caratteristica di Win10 ma mi sono accorto che quando collego tramite USB al PC gli smartphone Android della mia famiglia non riesco più a gestire i file del telefono, cioè non è più possibile effettuare le operazioni di creazione, copia, taglia e incolla dei files all’interno delle memorie interna ed esterna.
    Posso invece fare le stesse operazioni da PC a telefono e viceversa.

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