Great cross by Alba but it surprises Sarabia and it bounces off him into the grateful arms of Olsen, another chance gone a begging for the Spaniards
6 mis added time
Brillant save from Olsen from a close range header by Moreno
Spain have had 13 chances on goal while Sweden have had only 4, but its still 0-0 with about 10 mins left
The benches have been emptied , in Spain's case they are trying to create the one chance that will give them the goal they deserve, while in Sweden's case it is a matter of providing fresh legs to help them see out the last 10 minutes without conceeding.
Pablo Sarabia (in) - Alvara Morato (out) (Spain).
Great footwork by Isak creates a chance for his fellow striker Marcus Berg but he fluffs his lines and the ball goes wide, another chance for Sweden to take a shock lead.
The pace of the game has really slowed , probably due to the heat, and Spain now look more laboured in their approach play.
The second half is exactly like the first half so far, Spain trying to break through the Swedish defence but having very little joy. If this pattern continues the Spanish manager Luis Enrique is going to have to freshen things up from his subs bench
Its 0-0 at half time, it has been one of the most dominant performances by any team in the tournament so far, Spain have done everything but score but in one of the few sporadic attacks that Sweden have mounted they could have scored and Spain could actually have been 1-0 down.
1 min extra time
Snap shot from Dani Olmo draws a good save from Olsen.
Quick break by Sweden, out of nowhere they almost score , Alexander Isak hits the post and the ball falls into the hands of keeper Unai Simon. lucky escape for Spain.
Alvara Morato has the best chance of the match, he avails of a mistake by Marcus Danielson, but lacks conviction and does not even hit the target with his shot.
Sweden win their first corner but it is easily dealt with by the Spanish defence and they are back on the offensive immediately.
Spain are in total control of the game , they are playing it around as if it were a training match while Sweden seem very lacking in any ambition and it all makes for a very boring game.
18 year old Pedri plays Koke in for another chance but again he blazes high and wide over the bar.
The stats show that Spain have enjoyed 81 % possession after the first 25 mins, an indication of their total dominance as well as Sweden's approach to the game which, essentially is ,all 11 players behind the ball.
Koke has another half chance but he slices his shot wide of the post.
It has taken Sweden over 20 minutes to mount their first attack, and the attack, a long throw from Victor Lindelof, comes to nothing
It is 29 degree celcius in Seville tonight and the conditions are certainly impacting the game , it is being played at a fairly pedestrian pace
Koke has the first attempt on goal, a downward header well inside the box but Olsen does very well to get a hand to it and push it out for a corner
Spain have all the possession, moving the ball from side to side, albeit at a very slow pace, but apart from corners they have yet to test Robin Olsen in the Swedish goals.
Spain dominating possession and they have forced two corners already, Sweden have barely crossed the half way line.
Cagey opening to this game , neither side doing very much and they seem content to suss out the opposition.
Competition: Euro 2020 Group E
Date: 8 p.m. June 14, 2021
Estadio le Cartuja, Seville