Spain: Edgar Badía; Dani Carvajal
(Blázquez 82'), Sergi Gómez, Ignasi Miquel, Aurtenetxe;
Rubén Pardo, Álex Fernández; Deulofeu (Paco Alcácer
80'), Sarabia (Juan Muñiz 66'), Juanmi; Morata. 4-2-3-1.
Eire: McCarey; Williams, Egan, O'Connor, Shaughnessy; Hendrick, Carruthers (Wearen 62'), Murray (Knight 71'); Forde, O'Sullivan, Murphy (Smith 46'). 4-3-3.
1-0. 28. Deulofeu. Cut in from left of area and fired shot across McCarey.
2-0. 40. Sarabia. Picked up Pardo pass and curled low shot inside post.
3-0. 46. Juanmi. Ran on to Deulofeu square pass and shot in off crossbar.
4-0. 79. Morata. Collected Juanmi pass and rounded keeper to score.
5-0. 91. Morata (penalty). After Hendrick blocked Miguel cross with his arm.
Spain's under 19 side are through to yet another final after thrashing Eire 5-0. The youngsters had learnt their lesson well after the surprise defeat against Turkey, and Sergi Gómez rattled the post with a long free kick before Deulofeu opened the scoring after switching wings to the left side. Irish keeper McCarey was forced to make a couple of good saves before Sarabia beat him again with a shot from outside of the area, and a minute after the restart Juanki added the third after Deulofeu set him up. Gines Meléndez rested Sarabia and Deulofeu after that, but Morata added two more in the closing minutes to make it six for the tournament, the first after picking up Juanmi's pass and the second from the penalty spot after Hendrick was adjudged to have handled deliberately in the area. Spain's opponent in Monday's final will be the Czech Republic, who beat Serbia in the other semi-final.