Our prediction for this Euro 2020 match:
Spain will be looking to build on a splendid 7-0 win over Malta when they host Romania at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano in their last group game in the 2019 Euro qualifiers. La Furia Roja aim to put icing on the cake on the very successful qualifying campaign, and we are positive that they will stick to their attacking style of play against Romania. Atletico Madrid attacker Alvaro Morata, who found the net in the triumph over Malta, is likely to lead the line for the hosts.
Since Sweden ruined Romania’s qualifying hopes, we believe that punters can find value in betting on Roberto Moreno’s troops. The Tricolori are low on confidence ahead of the trip to Madrid, and they are unlikely to spoil Spain’s party at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano. You should bear in mind that Spain defeated Romania 2-1 at Arena National in Bucharest earlier in the process.
Highlighted Player (Sergio Ramos):
Over the years Sergio Ramos has established himself as one of the best defenders in the world. The Spanish footballer was born in Camas on 30 March, 1986 and he is a product of Sevilla’s youth academy. He made 39 league appearances for Sevilla and he played 26 games for the reserve team as well from 2003 to 2005.
In the summer of 2005 Sergio Ramos signed a deal with Real Madrid for a fee of €27 million and it has to be noted that he made 33 appearances for the capital club in the 2005/2006 La Liga campaign. The 183-cm-tall full back is capable of playing as a right back as well and, as a result, he often scores for Real Madrid.
Sergio Ramos helped Real Madrid win two Champions League trophies (2013/2014, 2015/2016) and he has three La Liga titles with los Blancos. The Spanish defender won the 2010 FIFA World Cup with la Furia Roja, while clinching Euro 2008 and 2010 titles with the Spanish national team as well.
Highlighted Team (Romania):
Romania were one of just four European sides to take part at the first ever World Cup in 1930, and the team have since achieved respectable results on the international stage, albeit failing to challenge for major trophies.
Led by arguably their best ever footballer Gheorghe Hagi, the Tricolorii narrowly missed out on the semi-finals at the 1994 World Cup in the United States, losing to Sweden on penalties. Romania made a total of seven appearances at the World Cup finals, while qualifying for five European Championship tournaments. The Tricolorii went the farthest in 2000, when they were eliminated by Italy in the quarter-finals.
Tied at the top of the goalscoring charts, Gheorghe Hagi and Adrian Mutu are the only two Romanian footballers to have gained worldwide recognition, but Dorinel Munteanu, Dan Petrescu, Gheorghe Popescu and Viorel Moldovan are also worth mention. Romania play their home games at the Arena National in Bucarest.