MATCH REPORT | WU17 EURO CHAMPIONS!!!

Marijampole (Lituania) 21 Mayo 2018
Héctor Rubio
The Women's U17 squad completed a spectacular final match after an brilliant participation in the continental tournament, beating Germany 0-2 in the final thanks to two goals by Eva Navarro and winning the EURO

The long-awaited match finally came about. Spain v Germany in yet another Women's U17 final. Toña Is' side ran on the pitch well-positioned and with clear intentions. 

Both sides battled for ball possession and chances in goal. The best came about by Eva Navarro. The Germans threatened Spain's goal too, but Cata Coll saved the loose shot. 

After half-time it was time for action with Paula Arana fighting for the ball and assisting Eva Navarro who netted the ball, scoring the opener and her fifth goal of the tournament. 

Despite holding the advantage, Toña Is' side did not back down and looked to distance themselves from their opponents. True to their style, after moving their way to the goal, Eva Navarro got hold of the ball again and after a dribble scored in the top corner. 

Germany, defeated morally, couldn't make it past the Spanish side and thus, Spain conquered its fourth EURO in his

CONGRATULATIONS!!!

 

MATCH REPORT
Germany:
LINE-UP: Wiebke Willebrandt, Laura Donhauser, Julia Pollak, Emilie Bernhardt, Greta Stegemann, Anna Aehling, Gia Corley, Leonie Koster, Shekiera Martínez, Ivana Fuso and Vanessa Fudalla (Sophie Weidauer 55').

Head Coach: Anouschka Bernhard
Spain:
LINE-UP: Catalina Coll, Ana Tejada, Jana Fernández, Irene López (Isabel Palá 75'), Paola Hernández, Leire Peña, Paula Arana (Bruna Vilamala 78'), María Méndez, Eva Navarro, Salma Paralluelo and Aixa Salvador.

Head Coach: Toña Is
0-1 | Eva Navarro (46')
0-2 | Eva Navarro (73')
Désirée Grundbacher (SUI)
Elodie Coppola (FRA)
Almira Spahić (BIH)
Lucie Šulcová (CZE)

Amonestaron con tarjeta amarilla a Irene López y Leire Peña por parte de España y a Gia Corley por Alemania.
Women's U17 EURO | Final 
Marijampole FC Stadium, Marijampole (Lithuania
Rafael del Amo, President of the Women's Football Committee, and Jorge Vilda, Women's NT Head Coach, assisted