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La Roja were crowned European champions for a fifth time following a win. A moment to forget for a man who so often came to Germany's rescue throughout their time in Italy. It was arguably the moment that saw Germany's title defense slip beyond their grasp and, while Amiri's speculative effort in the 88th minue pulled a goal back there was to be no miraculous comeback.
A side brimming with top-flight experience must now learn from the pitfalls of the professional game the way they have from the opportunities.
As it happened!
Full time verdict: Spain are deserving winners on the night as they exact their revenge on Germany to prevent them from becoming the first German men's side to defend a major title. Amiri's goal proved nothing more than a late consolation effort with Spain smartly seeing out the game in the dying minutes.
Germany Spain A bolt from the blue as Germany get a goal back. Amiri lets rip from range and when his effort skims off the head of Vallejo the flight path of the ball proved unstoppable. They can't can they?
Germany are throwing caution to the win as they go in search of pulling at least one goal back.
It looks like the fight has been taken out them. Henrichs' sees a shot is blocked before Amiri curls one over looking for the top corner. They are getting closer and the game is opening up now.
Germany are starting to throw caution to the wind. He proved what he's capable of against Austria, but Spain wil be happily to limit him to long-range potshots.
After good work by Henrichs down the left the ball breaks for Amiri in the box. His shot bounces dangerously in front of Sivera, who spills the ball before Vallejo beats Waldschmidt to the loose ball to clear for a corner which is punched clear.
Second half! We're back underway in Udine. Germany were building momentum at the end of the first half. Can they maintain it to get their title defense back on track? Half-time verdict: Fabian Ruiz's stunning strike separates the sides at the break and Germany can have few complaints with the exception of Jesus Vallejo's lack of a red card.
Stefan Kuntz's side were slow out of the blocks, got caught cold and are seeing a title defense slip through their fingers. They've worked their way back into the game, but still need to pose a greater threat.
The former Frankfurt center back is lucky to escape a red card there given how high and late the challenge was. Waldschmidt is lucky to escape serious injury. Plenty of Germany fans in attendance in Udine. No need to get out the handbags though. None of the shots are struck cleanly though making Sivera's intervention relatively simple in the end.
Unfortunately his drilled cross fizzes across goal without getting the all-important touch. Germany are up against it early in Udine. No one closes him down and his accepts the invitation to lash a stunning effort into the bottom corner from 25 yards. We're underway in Udine.
Mission: title defence is almost complete. Right now it's hard to know what is stranger, the referee wearing pink socks or the remote control car that just delivered the ball to the center circle! What a heartthrob The fans in Udine are on their feet as the legend Andrea Pirlo brings out the trophy Germany and Spain are battling it out for for the second time in two years.
This side certainly have a handful of players who could realistically make the step up in the next couple of years if not sooner.
Fitting ending? Germany's title defence has been a wild ride so far with 14 goals scored, 50 per cent of which have come from Luca Waldschmidt. Still time to make your pre-match drink of choice. There were definitely times in the past where it's been hard to pick my head up, but that's part of the game.
I'm really enjoying how things are going right now. I've never experienced anything quite like it. Our chance is there, but now we have to use it.
No German men's team have ever been able to defend a major title. Could this talented Under side be the first to do so?
A personalised Klopp team talk Serdar the surprise Suat Serdar is the more surprising of the two changes Germany have made as the Schalke midfielder comes into the starting line-up for Florian Neuhaus.
Serdar has only made two appearances off the bench all competition, but joins Dahoud and Eggestein in midfield. Waldschmidt on fire!
Luca Waldschmidt became the first German player to score in four consecutive games at a U21 finals and could set a tournament record tonight. The Freiburg forward has matched Marcus Berg's seven goals scored in and needs just one more goal to be the outright record holder.
You have the huge chance to win the European title like we did in I wish you lots of luck and we'll see each other in the stadium. Germany haven't had the best of luck at major tournaments of late. The men's side failed to reach the knockout stages of the World Cup in Russia and the women's side fell short against Sweden in Women's World Cup just yesterday.
However, in their incredibly talented Under side there remains hope that silverware is in reach as they look to defend their title against Spain, the side they beat in to claim the European crown.