Borisov-Arena - Borisov 16/05/2016 - 19:00CET (20:00 local timelocal)

Final

Spain - Germany
0-0
Germany win 3-2 on penalties
 

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Siems spot kick seals Germany title success

Published: Monday 16 May 2016, 20.50CET
Spain 0-0 Germany (Germany win 3-2 on pens)
Leonie Doege saved two to tee up Caroline Siems to smash in the winning kick after a goalless final in Borisov. 
by Patrick Hart
from Borisov-Arena

Match statistics

Spain
Germany

0

Goals scored

0

5

Total attempts

12

2

on target

5

3

off target

5

0

blocked

2

0

against woodwork

2

4

Corners

2

2

Offsides

4

1

Yellow cards

0

0

Red Cards

0

10

Fouls committed

11

10

Fouls suffered

9

Lineups

Spain

Spain

Germany

Germany

1Noelia Ramos (GK) (C)1Doege (GK)
2Batlle
73
2Linder
3Pujadas3Siems
4Aleixandri4Kleinherne
5Natalia Ramos5Pawollek
6Rubio
74
7Gwinn
9L. Navarro8Kögel
51
10Fernández10Minge (C)
12Rodríguez11Müller
15Andújar17Wieder
63
17Blanco18Bühl

Substitutes

13Coll (GK)12Leitzig (GK)
7Muñoz6Ziegler
51
8Monente
74
9Stolze
63
11Gutiérrez13Hausdorff
14Egurrola14May
16Eizaguirre15Lohmann
18E. Navarro16Rieke

Coaches

María Antonia Is (ESP)
Anouschka Bernhard (GER)

Referee

Eleni Antoniou (GRE)

Press kits

Standings

  
Published: Monday 16 May 2016, 20.50CET

Siems spot kick seals Germany title success

Spain 0-0 Germany (Germany win 3-2 on pens)
Leonie Doege saved two to tee up Caroline Siems to smash in the winning kick after a goalless final in Borisov. 

  • Caroline Siems smashes clinching kick into roof of net as Germany win 3-2 on penalties
  • Leonie Doege saves from Lucía Rodríguez and Lorena Navarro, Candela Andújar hits post
  • Giulia Gwinn and Janina Minge also score to earn Germany's fifth title from five finals
  • Minge – twice – Tanja Pawollek and Klara Bühl hit woodwork for Germany in normal time
  • María Blanco fires Spain's best chance of stalemate at keeper Doege
  • Coach Anouschka Bernhard's third EURO triumph in five attempts
  • Spain, four-times champions, lose third final to Germany after 2009 and 2013/14
  • Showpiece match watched by competition-record 10,200 crowd at Borisov-Arena

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Last updated: 15/05/17 9.29CET

Related information

http://www.uefa.com/womensunder17/season=2016/matches/round=2000614/match=2019909/postmatch/report/index.html#germany+take+title+penalties