Spain wins the 38th edition of EuroU17

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Spain confirms the european title of Under 17 with a tie against Portugal. Ahead of 800 spectators, Portugal seems to be able to win but an incredible Spanish defence blocked them for 39 minutes. The first goal arrived only in the second half after a huge amount of attacks of Portugal: La Roja scored with Autet by tap-in. Only some seconds from the end, the home team tie the game with a shot of Leite, but it was too late to catch the victory. Spain doubled the 2018’s victory in Correggio, gaining the 19th title of their history in this category. In the last 10 editions, they won for 6 times. In the third place returns Italy, after the victory against Switzerland for 7-2. 

In the last day of Group D, France wins the group thank the victory for 5-1 against England and gains the fifth position with 5 victories in the championship. In sixth place Germany: decisive the victory against Andorra for 6-4. England classifies seventh, Andorra eighth and Israel in ninth place.

The best scorers of the Championship was Carles Domenech (Spain) with 18 goals.


A shot from Spain-Italy with Victor Wally (Spain), Bruni and Borgo (Italy)

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OFFICIAL RESULTS

Final phase (local time)
1st day
5 September 2019 – 09:00 – Group D – Match #17 – FRANCE x ISRAEL = 9-0 (6-0, 3-0)
5 September 2019 – 09:00 – Group D – Match #18 – ENGLAND x GERMANY = 2-3
5 September 2019 – 15:00 – Group C – Match #19 – SPAIN x SWITZERLAND = 9-3 (4-1, 5-2)
5 September 2019 – 17:00 – Group D – Match #20 – ANDORRA x FRANCE = 9-0 (3-0, 6-0)
5 September 2019 – 19:00 – Group D – Match #21 – ISRAEL x ENGLAND = 2-11 (2-5, 0-6)
5 September 2019 – 21:00 – Group C – Match #22 – PORTUGAL x ITALY = 3-0 (2-0, 1-0)

2nd day
6 September 2019 – 09:00 – Group D – Match #23 – ISRAEL x ANDORRA = 0-3 (0-0, 0-3)
6 September 2019 – 11:00 – Group D – Match #24 – FRANCE x GERMANY = 9-0 (6-0, 3-0)
6 September 2019 – 15:00 – Group C – Match #25 – SPAIN x ITALY = 11-4 (1-2, 10-2)
6 September 2019 – 17:00 – Group D – Match #26 – ENGLAND x ANDORRA = 11-0 (4-0, 7-0)
6 September 2019 – 19:00 – Group D – Match #27 – GERMANY x ISRAEL = 12-2 (5-1, 7-1)
6 September 2019 – 21:00 – Group C – Match #28 – PORTUGAL x SWITZERLAND = 9-1 (5-0, 4-1)

3rd day
7 September 2019 – 15:00 – Group D – Match #29 – FRANCE x ENGLAND = 5-1 (1-1, 4-0)
France: Tercier, Haidar, Boivineau, Hermandt, Demey – Thebaud, Landrin, Rouzè, Landrin, Savreux T. – Coach: Savreux F.
England: Emery, Dickin P, Dickin M, Chipperfield, Berry – Hawes, Dougdale, Owen, Nasir, Willet – Coach: Amaral
Scorers: 1st half: 6′ Landrin (F), 10′ Dickin P. (E) – 2nd half: 6′ Colin (F), 7′ Landrin (F), 9′ Landrin (F), 16′ Demey (F)
Referees: Isaac Sanz (Spain), Thomas Ullrich (Germany)

7 September 2019 – 17:00 – Group D – Match #30 – GERMANY x ANDORRA = 6-4 (3-3, 3-1)
Germany: Kessens, Aleixo, Heinrichs, Drubert, Stertkamp – Groethe, Barnekow, Ronge, Noon, Silva – Coach: Trelle
Andorra: Moya, Chillon, Buen F, Bertran, Cerqueda – Drets, Farrero, Guitart, Buen R, Castellon – Coach: Castellvi
Scorers: 1st half: 4′ Groethe (G), 7′, 8′ and 9′ Buen F (A), 16′ and 19′ Aleixo (G) – 2nd half: 8′ Bertran (A), 14′ Drubert (G), 16′ Heinrichs (G), 18′ Aleixo (G)
Referees:  Loic Le Menn (France), Karl Wilson (England)

7 September 2019 – 19:00 – Group C – Match #31 – ITALY x SWITZERLAND = 7-2 (2-0, 5-2)
Italy: Bruni, Montauti, Borgo, Cardella, Montauti – Bangert, Fanton, Cabiddu, Caroli, Fongaro – Coach: Colamaria
Switzerland: Iseli J., Dysli, Devittori, Kaslin, Gonzalez – Niclass, Buhler, Graf, Bigiotti, Iseli M. – Coach: Faustino
Scorers: 1st half: 3′ Montauti (I), 5′ Borgo (I) – 2nd half: 2′ Cardella (I), 2′ Montauti (I), 3′ Devittori (S), 4′ , 5′ Montauti (I), 11′ Devittori (S), 14′ Cardella (I)
Referees. Paulo Rainha (Portugal), Florindo Cardoso (Portugal)

7 September 2019 – 21:00 – Group C – Match #32 – SPAIN x PORTUGAL = 1-1 (0-0, 1-1)
Spain: Codony, Canadillas,  Domenech, Wally, Pascual – Codinach, Auguet, Autet, Aguilera, Sanchez- Coach: Boada
Portugal: Bento, Silva, Santos, Ramalho, Miranda – Fallè, Leite, Rodrigues, Henriques, Seixas – Coach: Ferrao
Scorers: 2nd half: 3′ Autet (S), 19′ Leite (P)
Referees: Ulderico Barbarisi (Italy), Roland Eggimann (Switzerland)

Standing Group C: Spain (+13) and Portugal 7 points (+11), Italy 3 points and Switzerland 0 point
Standing Group D: France 12 points, Germany 9 points, England 6 points, Andorra 3 points and Israel 0.

FINAL RANKING
1st    SPAIN
2nd   PORTUGAL
3rd   ITALY
4th   SWITZERLAND
5th   FRANCE
6th   GERMANY
7th   ENGLAND
8th   ANDORRA
9th  ISRAEL