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Spain reached the Euro 2024 final with a 2-1 win over France, thanks to goals from Lamine Yamal and Dani Olmo. Yamal's stunning strike made him the youngest scorer in Euros history. Spain will face either England or the Netherlands in the final, showcasing their blend of youth and experience.

Spain advanced to the Euro 2024 final with a thrilling 2-1 victory over France, driven by stellar performances from teenage sensation Lamine Yamal and the ever-reliable Dani Olmo.

The match, held at Munich’s Allianz Arena, saw Spain overturn an early deficit to secure their place in the final.
France struck first, with Randal Kolo Muani heading in a Kylian Mbappe cross in the ninth minute.

Spain responded quickly, with 16-year-old Yamal scoring a stunning long-range goal, marking his first of the tournament. Yamal's strike, a contender for goal of the tournament, equalized the match just 12 minutes later.

Spain continued their momentum, taking the lead in the 25th minute through Olmo, who showcased his skill by maneuvering past Aurelien Tchouameni before his shot deflected off Jules Kounde and into the net.

Despite France's efforts, including those from Mbappe, Spain's defense held firm. The Spanish team, managed by Luis de la Fuente, adopted a deeper defensive stance as the game progressed, effectively neutralizing France's attack.
Yamal's goal not only leveled the match but also made him the youngest scorer in Euros history, adding to the significance of Spain's victory.

Olmo's consistent threat and crucial goal further cemented his status as one of the tournament's standout players.
Spain now looks ahead to the final in Berlin, where they will face either England or the Netherlands.

This victory reinforces Spain's position as a formidable force in European football, blending youthful exuberance with experienced talent.