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Group C 2차전 FIFA World Youth Championship 
Spain reign supreme against chastened Chile (7:0) 
( 15 Jun 2005  
- 지난 대회 준우승팀 스페인도 C조 2차전에서 칠레를 7-0으로 대파하고  2연승을 달려 역시 16강 티켓을 손에 넣었다. 
194㎝의 장신 스트라이커 페르난도 요렌테(아틀레틱 빌바오)는 이날 혼자 4골을 터뜨리며 대승의 주역이 됐다. 2경기 5골로 대회 득점랭킹 단독 선두. 
- C조의 모로코는 온두라스를 5-0으로 대파하며 1패 뒤 첫승을 신고했다. 반면 온두라스는 칠레전 0-7 대패에 이어 2경기 동안 0득점 12실점으로 최악의 성적에 그치고 있다. 
Goals Scored: LLORENTE (ESP) 8' , ROBUSTE (ESP) 51' , LLORENTE (ESP) 62' , SILVA (ESP) 71' , LLORENTE (ESP) 78' , LLORENTE (ESP) 81' , SILVA (ESP) 85'  
Four goal hero Fernando Llorente fires a warning to the tournament. Jasper Ruhe PRO SHOTS  
Spain were at their dashing best this Tuesday, firing seven goals past their Hispanic rivals in their Group C clash at the FIFA World Youth Championship Netherlands 2005. Spain's Fernando Llorente stole the show at the Vijverberg Stadium in Doetinchem with a master class in finishing against a Chilean side unable to withstand a patient and disciplined Iberian attack.  
As expected, I?aki S?ez made three changes, bringing in Robust?, Gavil?n and Chica for Molinero, Silva and Jona, while his Chilean counterpart Jos? Sulantay kept an unchanged side from the one that routed Honduras. That Chile could go from firing seven past Honduras on Saturday to shipping seven goals tonight was an irony lost on no-one. 
As it happened, La Rojita made the best of the early running and looked the most likely to score. However, despite showing plenty of courage and conviction, they went behind against the run of play. 
Jos? Sulantay had warned his players about the threat of Llorente, and the coach's worst fears were confirmed when the powerful No.9 steered home a Gavil?n cross from the left to give his side the lead (0-1, 7'). His marker Hugo Montesinos, who tried in vain to contain the 1.94m striker for much of the evening, could only look on and watch. 
Despite conceding such an early goal, Chile refused to change their game plan and went back on the offensive. Mat?as Fern?ndez then tested the reflexes of the Spanish keeper Biel Ribas on 15 minutes after seizing on a poor clearance and finding himself through on goal. 
Montesinos came very close to levelling the tie just five minutes before the interval. The big defender managed to get his head to an in-swinging corner, but his goal-bound effort was cleared off the line by Fabregas with the keeper beaten. Then just on the stroke of half time, Mexican referee Benito Archundia gave Gonzalo Jara his marching orders for a second yellow card. Both cautions were given for moving the ball after play had been stopped which, under the new norms being implemented in this tournament, earn an automatic yellow card.  
Robuste scores Spain's second goal in their 7-0 romp over Chile. (PRO SHOTS) Jasper Ruhe  
"This game needs to be looked at as two contrasting halves. In the first half there was nothing between the two teams. Even the early goal didn't make our heads drop. But the sending off ruined our system and against the European Champions it's impossible to match them stride for stride with ten men. At least the boys still tried to win the game," Sulantay said at the end of the match.  
Despite being a man down, the Chileans came out strongly in the second half only to be hit by a sucker punch. Cesc Fabregas´s free kick from the left was headed forcefully home by Robuste to make it 0-2 in the 50th minute. 
From that point on, Chile's resistance ebbed away and Spain took full advantage. Gavilan cut into the box after a nice piece of play out on the right flank, and sent the ball skimming along the goal line to be tapped home by the onrushing Llorente (0-3, 61´). 
Throughout the second half Chile's dangermen found themselves completely swamped by the Spanish defence with Matias Fernandez, Nicolas Canales and Fuenzalida unable to get a look in. In marked contrast, the Spanish forwards were having a field day. Silva joined in the party with a cracking goal from the edge of the box, his angled strike beating Arias at the far post (0-4, 71´). 
Llorente then proceeded to give a master class in the poacher's art of always being in the right place at the right time. Chile's defence went on walkabout in the 77th minute and Llorente made them pay, scoring Spain's fifth and his third from Zapater´s cross from the left. It was the same old story just three minutes later as an unmarked Llorente dispatched Jose Enrique's right-wing centre into the back of the net (0-6, 80´). "Today was his day. He's proved that he's not just tall, but that he knows how to play one-twos, use the ball well, and bring his team mates into play," his coach explained after the match. 
Silva's belter from outside the box rounded off the scoring and set the seal on a wonderful evening for Spanish football. 
"There's really not that much difference between the two teams. The Chileans had to play the second half with ten men and that makes all the difference at world-class level. In any case, despite the sending off, Spain are physically stronger and I think that we would have won the game anyway," said Inaki S?ez.