Juraj Kucka (C) of Slovakia celebrates his goal during Euro 2016 qualifing football match between Slovakia and Spain in northern Slovak town of Zilina on October 9, 2014. AFP PHOTO / SAMUEL KUBANI
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Former Chelsea midfielder Miroslav Stoch struck three minutes from time as Slovakia stunned defending champions Spain 2-1 in a Euro 2016 qualifier in Zilina Thursday.Slovakia showed no early fear against their illustrious opponents and could have taken the lead after 11 minutes.Slovakia went in front on 17 minutes as Kucka's free kick, which undoubtedly swerved, deceived Casillas, who seemed to move out of the way before getting only a faint touch as it flew down the middle of the goal.Spain started the second period brightly and produced an identical move to Slovakia's at the start of the game, this time Kozacik saving one-handed from Fabregas.
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