Spain: Dani Sotres; Manquillo (Jonny 57'),
Derik, Isra (Llorente 69'), Bernat (Gayá 69'); Saúl (Aketxe 69');
Deulofeu (Denis Suárez 57'), Suso (Paco Alcácer 69'), Oliver,
Rubén García (Campaña 46'); Jesé (Jairo 57').
Chile: Salazar; Caroca, Huerta, Contreras (Robles 46'), Cuevas (Campos 46'); Henríquez (Bravo 46') Martínez (Fuentes 46'), Baeza (Lichnovski 58'), Maturana; Rabello (Larenas 46'), Castillo (Mora 46'). 4-4-2.
Goals: 1-0. 33. Derik; 1-1. 70. Maturana; 2-1. 72. Jairo; 2-2. 76. Mora; 3-2. 80. Paco Alcácer (penalty); 4-2. 82. Jairo; 4-3. 89. Mora; 4-4. 92. Bravo.
A high scoring match to round off the triangular invitation tournament at the Pinatar Arena in Murcia, Spain winning the trophy despite a 4-4 draw with Chile. Only one of the goals came in the first half though, Real Madrid's Derik opening the scoring following a corner with just over half an hour on the clock. Maturana equalized for the South Americans with twenty minutes to go, and although Racing's Jairo restored the lead just two minutes later after picking up a long pass, Mora made it all square once again soon afterwards. Once again though Spain went in front, Alcácer converting a penalty after Oliver was fouled in the area, and when Gayá set up Jairo for a fourth it appeared to be all over. However Chile came back with two in the last three minutes from Mora and Bravo to send a message to Albert Celades's side that they won't have it easy in the upcoming under 20 World Cup.