NEWS | 30/06/2019The two Madridistas played the entire final for the Spanish national team, who beat Germany at the Friuli stadium in Udine.
Spain dominated from the start and after six minutes were already ahead after a beautiful goal from Fabian from the edge of the area. From there until the break Germany went in search of the equaliser, but Spain, supported by the strength at the back from Vallejo, did not allow any clear chances.
After the break the game followed the same script, but Olmo was smart to take advantage of a parried shot from the German goalkeeper after Fabian shot, doubling the advantage with 69 on the clock. Spain managed their lead well and could have got a third after a shot from Soler that smashed the crossbar in the 80th minute. Germany pulled one back in the 88th minute with Amiri's goal, but Spain held on and claimed the title.
2 - Spain: Sivera; Aguirregabiria, Núñez, Vallejo, Junior; Fabián (Merino, 77'), Roca, Ceballos, Fornals (Mayoral, 71'), Olmo and Oyarzabal (Carlos Soler, 55’).
1 - Germany: Nübel; Klostermann, Tah, Baumgartl, Henrichs; Eggestein (Nmecha, 81'), Serdar (Neuhaus, 61'), Dahoud; Öztunali (Richter, 72'), Amiri and Waldschmidt.
1-0 (min. 6): Fabián
2-0 (min. 69): Olmo
2-1 (min. 88): Amiri.