NEWS | 06/27/2019
The two were holders with the Spanish team, which beat France and will play the title against Germany (Sunday, 8:45 pm, Four).
Spain, with the two Real Madrid players in the starting lineup, started by carrying the weight of the match but it would be France, after the referee pitted a penalty, the selection that would be ahead on the scoreboard. In the 14th minute, Mateta transformed the penalty to put his team ahead. He continued trying Spain, who would get the equalizer in the 27 'after a double shot by Marc Roca that ended at the bottom of the meshes. Oyarzabal, in the first half and from eleven meters, gave the Red advantage momentarily.
Better things were put to the team led by De la Fuente when, in the 46th, Dani Olmo went up 3-1 to the scoreboard after a spectacular counter. Borja Mayoral, who had entered the field by Oyarzabal, hooked a Fornals center to score the fourth of Spain. In the 74th minute, Ceballos He was replaced thinking about the final on Sunday, and Spain had some other chance to increase the win.
4 – Spain: Sivera; Aguirregabiria, Núñez, Vallejo, Junior; Fabián (Merino, 85 '), Roca, Ceballos (Soler, 74'), Fornals, Olmo; and Oyarzabal (B. Mayoral, 62 ').
1 – France: Bernardoni; Konaté, Ubamecano, Dagba (Amian, 22 '), Ballo-Touré; Tousart (Dembelé, 58 '), Aouar, Guendouzi; Mateta (Thuram, 71 '), Ikoné and Reine-Adelaide.
0-1 (min 16): Mateta (p).
1-1 (min 28): Marc Roca.
2-1 (min 45 + 5): Oyarzabal (p).
3-1 (min 47): Olmo.
4-1 (Min 67): B. Mayoral.