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Official Under-21 Team of the Tournament

Spain and Germany dominate the U21 EURO Team of the Tournament, supplying ten of the 11 players.

Jesús Vallejo and Dani Ceballos both made the all-star XI
Jesús Vallejo and Dani Ceballos both made the all-star XI ©Getty Images
2019 U21 EURO Team of the Tournament
2019 U21 EURO Team of the Tournament©UEFA.com

After two weeks of outstanding performances, UEFA's technical observers have selected their Team of the Tournament for the 2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship in Italy.

Opting for a 4-2-3-1 formation, the technical observers chose six players from runners-up Germany, with triumphant finalists Spain supplying four. Romania are the only other competing nation represented, in the form of four-goal striker George Puşcaş.

Jonathan Tah and Mahmoud Dahoud both made the cut
Jonathan Tah and Mahmoud Dahoud both made the cut©Sportsfile

Official U21 Team of the Tournament

Goalkeeper: Alexander Nübel (Germany)

Right-back: Lukas Klostermann (Germany)
Centre-back: Jonathan Tah (Germany)
Centre-back: Jesús Vallejo (Spain)
Left-back: Benjamin Henrichs (Germany)

Right midfielder: Fabián Ruiz (Spain)
Left midfielder: Mahmoud Dahoud (Germany)

Spain's Dani Olmo scored in the final
Spain's Dani Olmo scored in the final©Sportsfile

Right-winger: Dani Olmo (Spain)
Central midfielder: Luca Waldschmidt (Germany)
Left-winger: Dani Ceballos (Spain)

Centre-forward: George Puşcaş (Romania)

Technical observers

UEFA's team of technical observers in Italy comprised the following coaches from around Europe:

Peter Rudbæk, Denmark
Mixu Paatelainen, Finland
Thomas Schaaf, Germany
John Peacock, England
Dany Ryser, Switzerland
Ginés Meléndez Sotos, Spain

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