The final of the Rugby Europe U20 Championship, the tournament where young European promises seek to show themselves for the future. In the 2021 edition, Spain screamed champion, achieving a victory over Portugal by 15 to 9.
In a first set time, the Portuguese they opened the game with a kick to the sticks of their opening Domingos Cabral. The lion He was able to react quickly and got an important penalty to close the gap through Arnau Andres i Gomes’ left-footer. To end the first half, Spain brought out their line plays and through their forwards reached the try through their eighth Matheo Apollo Triki. With a lot of drive, Portugal looked for the errors of Spain and got another penalty to go to rest at the top.
With the game 9 to 6 for the local, the teams took to the field to play the championship. During the 40 minutes there were no advantages. The most electrifying thing happened when the buzzer sounded. Portugal got a penalty in favor, missed it and left Spain alive.
Amid the adrenaline, both teams were left with one less player. With the game resumed, Spain proposed a good sleight of hand that culminated in the try of wing Juan Fonesca Buelga. In this way, El León shouted champion and took Spain the long-awaited title of the Rugby Europe U20 Championship.