Spain claim first U19 Futsal title: at a glance

Spain won every game they played on the road to claiming the inaugural title in Riga.

Final highlights: Croatia 1-6 Spain

Winners: Spain

Runners-up: Croatia

Semi-finalists: Poland, Portugal

Final highlights: Croatia 1-6 Spain
Final highlights: Croatia 1-6 Spain

Top scorers (finals)
Adrián Rodríguez (Spain) 3
Antonio Pérez (Spain) 5   
Danylo Bielan (Ukraine) 3 
Ricardo Mayor (Spain) 3
David Peña (Spain) 3 
Pavel Karpov (Russia) 3  
Tomasz Palonek (Poland) 3    
Božo Sučić (Croatia) 3 

Top scorers (season)
Danil Karpyuk (Russia) 8  
Fran Vukelić (Croatia)  8
Antonio Pérez (Spain) 7 
Qendrim Bakija (Belgium) 7   
Mamas Loizou (Cyprus) 7   

Team of the tournament
Krzysztof Iwanek (Poland/Record Bielsko-Biała, goalkeeper)
Antonio Navarro (Spain/Murcia FS, goalkeeer)
Ricardo Mayor (Spain/Murcia FS)
Tomás Paço (Portugal/Sporting CP)
Alejandro Cerón (Spain/Barça)
Josip Jurlina (Croatia/MNK Split)
Antonio Pérez (Spain/Jaén)
Cristian Molina (Spain/Ciudad de Móstoles)
Bernat Povill (Spain/Barça)
Fran Vukelić (Croatia/Futsal Dinamo)
David Peña (Spain/Barça)
Jesús Gordillo (Spain/Palma)
Adrián Rodríguez (Spain/Santiago)
Hugo Neves (Portugal/Sporting CP)

Highlights: Spain 3-1 Poland
Highlights: Spain 3-1 Poland

Group stage

Sunday 8 September:
Ukraine 7-0 Netherlands: Group B
Croatia 0-3 Spain: Group B
Poland 3-2 Russia: Group A
Latvia 0-6 Portugal: Group A

Monday 9 September:
Netherlands 0-6 Croatia: Group B
Ukraine 1-7 Spain: Group B
Russia 5-1 Latvia: Group A
Poland 1-3 Portugal: Group A

Semi-final highlights: Portugal 2-2 Croatia (Croatia win 3-2 on penalties)
Semi-final highlights: Portugal 2-2 Croatia (Croatia win 3-2 on penalties)

Wednesday 11 September:
Portugal 4-1 Russia: Group A
Croatia 3-1 Ukraine: Group B
Spain 5-0 Netherlands: Group B
Latvia 1-3 Poland:  Group A

Knockout phase

Thursday 12 September:
Semi-finals
Portugal 2-2 Croatia (aet, Croatia win 3-2 on pens)
Spain 3-1 Poland

Saturday 14 September:
Final
Croatia 1-6 Spain

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