Spain's goalkeeper David de Gea stops a ball during a training session at the Carlos Tartiere stadium in Oviedo on September 4, 2015, on the eve of their Euro 2016 qualifying football match against Slovakia. AFP PHOTO/ MIGUEL RIOPA
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David De Gea is hoping to win back his place in goal at Manchester United after he played his first competitive match this season in Spain's 1-0 Euro 2016 qualifying victory away to Macedonia Tuesday.Spain, who have not conceded a goal in six qualifiers, lead the section on 21 points, two ahead of Slovakia who were held to a 0-0 draw at home on Tuesday by an Ukrainian side further three points behind in third.The nine group winners and runners-up and best third-placed side qualify directly, while the eight remaining third-placed teams contest playoffs for the last four spots.Although Spain enjoyed a comfortable win against bottom-placed Macedonia, Del Bosque, who fielded a weakened team, was not happy with the performance.
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