Germany U21 vs Spain U21 1/7/2017
Krakow, Poland, brings the two teams that have peaked at the right time. Spain will be looking to win the competition for the third time in four editions. A sensational second half hat-trick from Saul Niguez against Italy powered them to the final, maintaining their 100% win record in Poland. Meanwhile, Germany, who qualified as the best group runners-up, booked their ticket with yet another penalty shootout win over their timeless rivals, England. The 2009 winners, though, face an anxious wait over their ace striker, David Selke. The RB Leipzig man, who grabbed the opener against England, limped off the pitch in the second half. There have been four previous meetings at this level between the two sides. Spain won the most recent one, a 1-0 victory in the group stage of the 2013 edition.