The German national team reached the final of the Hungarian-Slovenian UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, defeating the Dutch 2-1 at Sixferweir. Germany will face the youth of Portugal in the final on 6 June.
The German national team started very well at Mol Fehérvár FC: Florian Wirtz He scored two goals in the first ten minutes. He first arrived at a superb pace for Lucas Nemica’s beautiful pass, then showed a stunt and scored from 16 meters (2-0). In the quarter-finals, the German team, which defeated the Danes in a big battle and penalty shootouts, played more dangerously than its opponent in the continuation of the first half, but could not increase its superiority further.
In the 67th minute, the Netherlands closed in; Mirjam Berisha would have preferred to play but his coach decided otherwise. Bear Shores Rebound in front of him, who fired a sting into the net from 11 yards (2-1).
The Dutch fought, but the equalizer didn’t come that way The Germans won 2-1 and reached the finals on 6 June, playing against the Portuguese in Ljubljana.
U-21, European Championship, Hungary and Slovenia
Holland-Germany 1-2 (P. Schuurs 67., ill. F. Wirtz 1., 8.)
Spain – Portugal 0-1 (J. Cuenca 80 – own goal)