Spain U21 vs Germany U21, Sunday’s match for the Final of the UEFA EURO U21 at the Stadio Friuli in Udine, Italy.
In the only game of this Sunday, which refers to the final of this UEFA European Under 21 Championship, play the national teams of Spain Sub 21 and Germany Sub 21. A new final between these two teams, after the Euro 2017, where the Germans won by a ball to zero.
SPAIN SUB 21
Spain’s under 21 national team enters this final meeting of the UEFA European Under-21 Championship following a generally positive course by the Iberian team, bearing in mind that the team, although starting with a 3-1 defeat with Italy hosting the tournament.
This is their last game in this edition of the competition coming from an excellent record of wins and in terms of goals scored in their last 3 matches played, after beating Belgium 2-1, the win with less difference, but thrashing the Poland team 5-0 and still thrashing the France team 4-1 in the semi-final round.
In this final, the team thus has the possibility to return to triumph in this competition, after already having been crowned champion in four occasions, being the last of them in 2013.
GERMANY SUB 21
As for the Under-21 Germany team, they are still the current Under-21 European champion, after winning the 2017 tournament in Poland, where they reached the final and beat the squad that is their opponent in this match in 2019.
Being able to return to be crowned champion if they win this match (and this would be their third title). The team arrives to this meeting also with a very positive record, adding 3 victories in the 4 matches played so far, also having a very remarkable offensive record.
Although both teams have an offensive record worthy of mention, I believe that this should not be worth much, not only because the teams have a similar quality but especially because it is a final, which determines that we will probably have a game that is more tactical than offensive, and should not promote many goals.