Tag Archives: Spain

 

Looking ahead – Argentina and Scotland on Spain’s radar

The next UFWC title match, on 3 September, will see current champs Spain take on Liechtenstein. Anything can happen over 90 minutes, but, let’s be honest, it would be the biggest shock in the 138-year history of the UFWC if Liechtenstein managed to beat the undisputed official and unofficial champions. Not that we won’t be […]

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Liechtenstein vs Spain, and other UFWC title mismatches

When Liechtenstein take on UFWC (and WC) title holders Spain on 3 September, It will be one of the biggest UFWC title mismatches in international football history. Liechtenstein is one of the smallest countries in the world, and its team is the very definition of a footballing minnow. Spain indisputably has the best national football […]

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Mexico 1-1 Spain

MEXICO 1-1 SPAIN, Mexico City, 11/08/10 Hernandez 12 (Mexico); Silva 90+ (Spain) A priceless last-gasp strike from substitute David Silva retained the UFWC title for Spain when it looked certain that Mexico would steal their crown. New Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez scored after 12 minutes, and Mexico looked to be the most likely to […]

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