Spot-on Spain claim record third U17 EURO title

Spain 2-2 England Substitute Nacho Díaz forced penalties with a header six minutes into added time, enabling Spain to claim their record third U17 EURO title.

Watch the best of a dramatic U17 final in which Spain struck at the death to deny England before going on to win on penalties.
  • Spain win the UEFA European Under-17 Championship for a record third time
  • La Roja add to their victories in 2007, also against England, and 2008
  • Callum Hudson-Odoi's deflected shot gives England the upper hand
  • Right-back Mateu Morey finishes off a fine team move for his third goal of the finals
  • Midfielder Phil Foden restores England's lead with a low shot from distance
  • England keeper Josef Bursik then denies Sergio Gómez and Juan Miranda
  • Nacho Díaz heads in fellow substitute José Alonso's corner deep into added time
  • England's Rhian Brewster (post) and Joel Latibeaudiere (over the bar) miss in shoot-out
  • The final is decided on penalties for the fifth time in the last six years
  • Captain Abel Ruiz was in the Spain side beaten on spot kicks by Portugal 12 months ago
  • England fail to win for the first time in 12 matches in the 2016/17 competition
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