Six wins out of six, Spain steamrollers. And it’s the fifth final at the European Championships

Spain is the first finalist of this European Championship. De la Fuente’s team beat France 2-1 tonight and achieved their sixth success in as many matches in this competition. As reported by ‘Opta’, it is a record: “Spain is the first national team to win six matches in a row in the history of the European Championship. La Roja will play its fifth final at the European Championship, only Germany (6) have played more in the history of the tournament. Finalist”.

Spain-France 2-1, the scoresheet
Spain (4-3-3):
Unai Simon; Navas (From 58′ Vivian), Nacho, Laporte, Cucurella; Olmo (From 77′ Merino), Rodri, Fabián Ruiz; Yamal (From 93′ F. Torres), Morata (From 77′ Oyarzabal), Nico Williams (From 93′ Zubimendi). Technical Commissioner: Louis of the Fountain.
France (4-3-1-2): Mayonnaise; Koundé, Upamecano, Saliba, Theo Hernandez; Kanté (From 62′ Griezmann), Tchouameni, Rabiot (From 62′ Camavinga); Dembele (Giroud from 79′), Kolo Muani (Barcola from 62′), Mbappé. Coach: Didier Deschamps
Referee: Win
Goal: 9′ Kolo Muani (F), 21′ Yamal (S), 25′ Olmo (S)
Ammonites: Navas, Tchouameni, Camavinga, Yamal