Spain: Sivera; Martín Aguirre, Jesús Vallejo, Unai Núñez, Junior; Fabián (Mikel Merino 85'), Marc Roca, Dani Ceballos (Carlos Soler 74'); Dani Olmo, Oyarzabal (Borja Mayoral 63'), Pablo Fornals. 4-3-3.
France: Bernardoni; Dagba (Amian 22’), Konaté, Upamecano, Ballo-Touré; Reine-Adelaide, Tousart (Dembélé 58’), Guendouzi, Aouar; Ikoné, Mateta (Thuram 71’). 4-4-2.
Goals: 0-1. 16. Mateta (penalty); 1-1. 28. Marc Roca; 2-1. 45-4. Oyarzabal (penalty), 3-1. 47. Dani Olmo; 4-1. 66. Borja Mayoral.
Spain are through to the final for the fourth time in five editions after beating France 4-1 in the semi-finals! Luis De la Fuente’s side went behind to a Mateta penalty following a foul by Junior on the forward just seconds after they had a good penalty appeal of their own turned down. However Marc Roca made it all square following Oyarzabal’s corner a few minutes later, and Oyarzabal won another penalty which he himself converted just before the break. Two minutes after the restart Fabián set up Dani Olmo for the third, and substitute Borja Mayoral got on the end of Fornals cross to fire home the fourth midway through the second half. Spain’s opponent in the final will be Germany, who beat them at the same stage two year’s ago.