Hector Bellerin provided a silky assist during Spain’s u21 match against Sweden, while ex-Arsenal youngster, Kristoffer Olsson, missed a penalty.
Bellerin assisted Gerard Deulofeu’s goal to put Spain 1-0 ahead. The pass cuts out several players in one silky – dare I say it? – Ozil-like movement for the Everton youngster to slot neatly into the net.
On the other side, ex-Young Gun, Olsson. missed a penalty earned by Joel Asoro. Is he sure he players for FC Midtjylland and not Arsenal?
The midfielder even tweeted bashfully after the game.
Underbart att tillslut få en grymt viktig poäng, även för min egen del😅… Tack för er support i Malmö o även ni hemma i tv soffan👏🏻
— Kristoffer Olsson (@krisolsson) September 5, 2016
“Wonderful to finally get a really important point, even for my own part… Thank you for your support in Malmö and you too from the comfort of your couch.”
It was Spain’s Mikel Merino who eventually brought the scoreline two 1-1 thanks to an own goal.
Nice one, Hector; unlucky, Kris.
Look at Héctor Bellerín's fantastic assist vs. Sweden U21s https://t.co/zvrm5t335J
— – (@SimplyMxsut) September 6, 2016
— Andy (@SAFCsource) September 5, 2016