Spain qualified for next year’s World Cup finals in Qatar after defeating Sweden 1-0 on Sunday, courtesy to a late winner by substitute Alvaro Morata.
Spain, who won the World Cup in South Africa in 2010, finished first in Group B with 19 points, four more than the second-placed Swedes, who might still qualify via the playoffs in March.
At the 86 min, Alvaro Morata broke the deadlock and puts the home side ahead. A thunderous strike from Olmo is tipped onto the crossbar by Olsen, but the ball rebounds out into the path of Morata and he dinks home. Relief for Spain. Sweden need two goals or it’s playoffs.
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