Spain reaches France at the top of the European Championship. Tomorrow “Clasico” Portugal-Spain

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It was supposed to be a day without any particular surprises, if not for the last super challenge between Portugal and Italy, but the French leader could not overcome young Andorra, finishing its match 5-5, in a thrilling final, where Andorra also risked winning with a goal (double by Gerard Miquel) not validated at the last second for expired time. A tie that always projects it in the first position but still puts practically all the teams at stake in the final for gold. In the first game, Spain won a new victory against Germany for 11-2 with three goals by Carballeira, the new Spanish bomber together with the solidity of Alabart (4 goals). In the last intense game, the expected Portugal-Italy ends in a draw. A game at times fast but rather judicious for both sides. There was no shortage of opportunities and the draw seemed right. On the one hand Alves and on the other Verona, the two players with two goals to their credit. A draw that does not satisfy anyone for the purposes of the standings, as Italy remains penultimate at 2 points and Portugal always third force behind Spain and France, 3 points ahead. The top scorer is Roberto di Benedetto (France) with 8 goals.
Tomorrow is another adrenaline day, with the “clasico” between Portugal and Spain at 21:45 (local) broadcast live on RTP1 and Teledeporte. France challenge Germany at 15:30 (local) while at 18:30 Italy tries to climb up the standings against Andorra (live Rai Sport)

A shot from Portugal-Italy, the best scorer of the night, Gonçalo Alves and Alessandro Verona

AZEMAD MVP
The two “Azemad MVP” trophies for best goalkeeper and best players will be awarded at the end of the tournaments. The accredited press will determine the two winners.

LIVE STREAMING COVERAGE
The WEBTV of World Skate Europe. will be broadcasted by http://europe.worldskate.tv with the portuguese voice of Josè Santos and the Spanish voice of Adrian Dolz. After every match will be broadcasted live also the press conferences in the same feed of the game. 
After the matches, you will find the Highlights in our WebTV and also in our new Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/EURORINKHOCKEYTV

OFFICIAL HASHTAGS -> #OKEuro #okparedes

 

Schedule – Pavilhão Municipal de Paredes (Portugal)
1st matchday – Monday 15th November 2021
15:30 (local time – GMT | 16:30 CET) – Italy x France = 5-8 
18:30 (local time – GMT | 19:30 CET) – Spain x Andorra = 11-0 
21:45 (local time – GMT ! 22:45 CET) – Portugal x Germany = 10-0

2nd matchday – Tuesday 16th November 2021
15:30 (local time – GMT | 16:30 CET) – Italy x Spain = 4-4 
18:30 (local time – GMT | 19:30 CET) – Andorra x Germany = 1-5 
21:45 (local time – GMT | 22:45 CET) – France x Portugal = 5-3

3rd matchday – Wednesday 17th November 2021
15:30 (local time – GMT | 16:30 CET) – Germany x Spain = 2-11 (1-6, 1-5)
Germany: Kutscha, Zilken, Karschau (C), Thiel, Platz – Strieder, Rath, Hages, Haas, Hilbertz – Coach: Wahlen
Spain: Grau C, Barroso, Bargallo (C), Perez, Alabart – Font, Grau M, Aragones, Carballeira, Serra – Coach: Cabestany
Scorers: 1p: 4’22” Barroso (S), 5’34” Perez (S), 6’13” Bargallo (dir.shot) (S), 11’14” Grau M (S), 12’13” Aragones (S), 19’31” Carballeira (pen.) (S), 21’46” Strieder (G) – 2p: 5’49” Font (S), 10’47” Carballeira (pen) (S), 16’50” Alabart (S), 17’58” Thiel (dir.shot) (G), 19’28” Carballeira (pen) (S), 19’59” Perez (S)
Penalties: 1p: 6’13” Thiel (2′) (G)
Referees: Le Menn (FR) and Ferrari (IT)

18:30 (local time – GMT | 19.30 CET) – Andorra x France = 5-5 (2-3, 3-2)
Andorra: De Sousa, Miquel G (C), Miguel L, Antequera O, Dilme A – Picanyol, Antequera A, Dilme N, Cerqueda, Xicola – Coach: Ballart
France: Audelin, Di Benedetto B, Herman, Di Benedetto R, Di Benedetto C (C) – Le Berre, Debrouver, Gefflot, Savreux L, Bonneau – Coach: Savreux F
Scorers: 1p: 0’46” Antequera O (A), 3’41” Herman (F), 9’07” Di Benedetto C (F), 12’04” Di Benedetto R (F), 13’15” Picanyol (A) – 2p: 7’19” Miquel G (A), 8’51” Miquel G (dir.shot) (A), 22’12” Di Benedetto B (F), 23’50” Dilme N (A), 24’02” Di Benedetto R (F)
Referees: Pinto (PT) and Loewe (DE)

21:45 (local time – GMT | 22:45 CET) – Portugal x Italy = 4-4 (1-1, 3-3)
Portugal: Girao, Magalhaes, H.Nunes, Rodrigues (C), Rafa – J.Silva, Alves, Rafael, T.Pinto, Henriques – Coach: Garrido
Italy: Gnata, Illuzzi, Ipinazar, Ambrosio, Verona – Cocco, Gavioli, Malagoli, Compagno, Barozzi (C) – Coach: Bertolucci
Scorers: 1p: 1’54” Verona (I), 22’19” Rodrigues (P) – 2p: 2’55” Verona (I), 3’52” H.Nunes (P), 6’27” Alves (P), 9’51” Ambrosio (I), 13’56” Illuzzi (pen.) (I), 21’48” Alves (pen) (P)
Referees: Fernandez (SP) and Mayor (SP)

STANDING: Spain 7 p (+20), France 7 p (+5), Portugal 4 p (+8), Germany 3 p (-15), Italy 2 p  (-3), Andorra 1 p (-15)

4th matchday – Thursday 18th November 2021
15:30 (local time – GMT | 16:30 CET) – France x Germany – LIVE WSETV
18:30 (local time – GMT | 19:30 CET) – Italy x Andorra – LIVE RaiSport – LIVE WSETV
21:45 (local time – GMT | 22:45 CET) – Spain x Portugal – LIVE RTP1, Rtpi, RtpA – – LIVE Teledeporte – LIVE WSETV

5th matchday – Friday 19th November 2021
15:30 (local time – GMT | 16:30 CET) – Italy x Germany – LIVE RaiSport – LIVE WSETV
18:30 (local time – GMT | 19:30 CET) – France x Spain – LIVE WSETV
21:45 (local time – GMT | 22:45 CET) – Portugal x Andorra – LIVE RTP1, Rtpi, RtpA – LIVE WSETV

Final day – Saturday 20th November 2021
14:30 (local time – GMT | 15:30 CET) – Final 5th-6th place
17:00 (local time – GMT | 18:00 CET) – Final 3rd-4th place
20:00 (local time – GMT | 21:00 CET) – Final 1st-2nd place