Header Ads

Under 21 Euro Cup Final: Spain Champions

Spain beat Germany to win their fifth European Under-21 Championship. 

Fabian Ruiz opened the scoring for Spain with a flooding run and 25-yard strike from Mikel Oyarzabal's pass.
Dani Olmo multiplied the lead with a cunning chip after Alexander Nubel bobbled Ruiz's shot before Nadiem Amiri's late avoided encouragement.
The game in Udine was a rehash of the 2017 last, which Germany won, and the different sides have now won five of the previous six U21 Euros between them.
Brilliant Boot champ Luca Waldschmidt of Germany was not able locate an eighth objective to establish a precedent for a solitary competition.
The game could have been distinctive had Spain safeguard Jesus Vallejo been sent off for a hazardous high handle on Freiburg's Waldschmidt in the principal half.
The Real Madrid player was just appeared yellow card and a video aide official check decided not to send him off.
Germany improved after the break and Amiri's swerving shot was parried by Antonio Sivera. Be that as it may, after Dinamo Zagreb's Olmo scored, Spain looked in charge.
They could have expanded their lead and Napoli midfielder Ruiz shot only wide after a fine one-two with Borja Mayoral before Carlos Soler hit the crossbar.
Amiri set up a brazen finale when his long-extend strike hit Vallejo's head and flew past Sivera however they didn't make another opportunity to constrain additional time.

No comments:

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.