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Spain Defeats France 2-1

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– Spain defeats France 2-1 to reach Euro final
– Dani Olmo scores decisive goal in 25th minute
– Spain faces Netherlands or England in final on July 14

Spain secured a thrilling 2-1 victory over France on Tuesday night, booking their spot in the Euro 2024 final.

Dani Olmo’s impressive right-footed strike in the 25th minute proved to be the winning goal, cementing Spain’s place in the championship final.

With this win, Spain will face either the Netherlands or England in the highly anticipated final on July 14, a match that promises to be an exciting showdown.

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Mbappe Joins Real Madrid

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– Kylian Mbappe unveiled as Real Madrid player
– Signs five-year contract and gets No. 9 shirt
– Calls himself a “happy boy” and promises to give his all

Kylian Mbappe was officially presented as a Real Madrid player at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Tuesday.

Following a successful medical earlier in the day, Mbappe put pen to paper on a five-year contract with the Spanish giants.

Club president Florentino Perez handed Mbappe the iconic No. 9 shirt, a gesture that left the French striker beaming with pride.

“For years, I’ve dreamed of playing for Real Madrid, and today my dream has come true,” Mbappe said, addressing the thousands of fans in attendance. “I’m a happy boy, and I’m going to give my life for this club,” he added.

Although his teammates have already begun training, Mbappe will enjoy a few more days off before joining the squad.

 

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Spain’s Young Talents and Veteran Experience Blend for Euro 2024 Final Showdown

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Spain's Young Talents and Veteran Experience Blend for Euro 2024 Final Showdown

As Spain prepares to face England in the Euro 2024 final on Sunday, coach Luis de la Fuente is rallying his team to make history.

The Spanish national team, known as La Roja, is aiming for a record fourth European Championship title, their last victory coming 12 years ago.

De la Fuente praised the current generation of players, highlighting their potential to create a lasting legacy. “It’s a brilliant generation, many of them have come through successful youth levels and that usually bodes well for success,” he told reporters on Saturday. “We want to start to make history – and we have made history already in the run to (the final)… I trust in a great future, there’s both present and future.”

While Spain’s previous successes were built around stars from Barcelona and Real Madrid, the current squad boasts a more balanced mix of talent. The team’s unity has been a recurring theme throughout the tournament.

Despite Spain’s impressive run to the final, De la Fuente expects a closely contested match against England. He emphasized the importance of concentration and capitalizing on opportunities, stating, “We need to have maximum concentration, not make any mistakes and take advantage of the chances we have – put them away.”

The coach also addressed the blend of youth and experience in his squad. Speaking about young talents Lamine Yamal and Nico Williams, De la Fuente said, “It’s not at all hard, they have such joy, and incredible maturity for such young players, they understand the sport very well and they are well accompanied by more experienced players.”

On the other end of the spectrum, 38-year-old defender Jesus Navas brings a wealth of experience to the team. Navas, who has won multiple international trophies with Spain, expressed his joy at still representing his country: “To still be enjoying myself with my national team at 38 is incredible.”

As Spain looks to add another chapter to its footballing history, the combination of youthful exuberance and seasoned experience could prove crucial in their pursuit of European glory against England in Berlin.

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