BREAKING: England win the U21 Euros after beating Spain in the final
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England have won the U21 European Championships, beating five-time winners Spain in the final.
Manchester City winger Cole Palmer's deflected free-kick was enough to seal victory, with the future of England in safe hands.
But goalkeeper James Trafford was the real hero, saving Abel Ruiz's penalty in stoppage time to continue his phenomenal clean sheet record.
It is the third time in the Young Lion's have won the competition, previously doing so in 1982 and 1984, ending a 39-year wait in epic style.
There were some unsavoury scenes towards the end of the first-half, as England's goal celebrations sparked a mass brawl among both sets of players and coaching staff.
Ashley Cole, who works as a member of the England u21 coaching staff, was shown a red card for his involvement on the touchline along with a member of the Spanish coaching staff.
However, England kept their cool in the second half and kept Spain at bay to deliver European glory.
What makes the win all the more impressive is their defensive record on the path to the final, having not conceded a single goal all tournament.
They scored 11 goals along the way, too, beating Czech Republic, Israel, Germany, Portugal and Spain.
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