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November 29th, 2013 at 10:11 pm

Proclaimed Champion

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He has beaten Czech Republic by 2 goals to 3 in overtime. Hispaniola is the first that conquers the tournament sub 19 five times. Spain was in tow of the Czechs and got the comeback at the end. Spain was proclaimed champion of the under-19 European of Romania for the fifth time in its history after beating this Monday to Czech Republic by 2-3 in overtime, thanks to a great performance by Paco Alcacer, who pointed out is a doublet and led that team Gines Melendez got the comeback. The Spanish team is the first that conquers the tournament sub 19 five times, three under the direction of Melendez, enabling you to stay with the trophy. With the addition of Albert Blazquez instead of the injured Daniel Carvajal, Spanish coach presented the best of your template for the grand final, with Captain Pablo Sarabia, Gerard Deulofeu midfielder and scorer alvaro Morata as principal ed.

The first time of the duel was characterized by equality of forces, because Spain is He forgot to use his traditional style of play, which is to control the ball and move it by all grass, and resorted to long balls, while the Czech Republic showed solid in the center of the field and gained ground. Before the minute 20 only had given two notices in both arcs, first a shot of Pardo Reuben that was above the rail (4) and then shot by Ladislav Krejci released deviated (m.8). Subsequently the Spanish set retained the ball and attacked by the bands by Juanmi and Deulofeu. Spain squeezed during the final stretch of the first period and came close to open the score through Juanmi, whose head shot ended up in the hands of Tomas Koubek (m.23), Sarabia, who after making him a tunnel to Jelecek tried to surprise the goalkeeper with a shot to first post (m.26), and Morata, after an error dnsivo (m.34). The second time the Spanish team was launched in front from the first moment, even the first action of danger was a shot of Alex from outside the area (m.46), but the Czech Republic gave the first blow. Krejci took a footed crossed from the front, before the brand of Blazquez and Gomez, who beat Edgar Badia (m.52). But the partial 1-0, far from acting against Gines Melendez, served so that they pisaran the throttle, gritted the opponent and tipping in attack.

The entry of Paco Alcacer printed on the Spanish offensive force and even had three opportunities to highlight, with two shots (m.55 and 57) and a shot of head after a corner (m.64). Czech goalkeeper, key Czech goalkeeper was important in the scheme of Jaroslav Hrebik piece, because it contained much of what came out of the Spanish arsenal. Spain forced the extension thanks to a goal from Aurtenetxe (m.85), who diverted a Pardo shot from the front. Despite fatigue, both teams gave their maximum effort and engrossed in a swing in which the Spanish group had more clear actions. However, the Czechs again to go to the front on the scoreboard through Lacha, who He scored after a Krejci center left (m.97). But the figure of Paco Alcacer appeared to settle the encounter. First he scored the 2-2 l (m.108) t ras a head Morata pass, and five minutes from the end shot with the right to Koubek after controlling a pass from Pardo with the chest. Source of the news: Spain was proclaimed champion of the European u-19 for the fifth time in an agonizing final

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