Spain National Team returned to a final nine years later and lost it against France at San Siro. La Roja fell not because of the game, not because of football, but because of the lack of a goal. A pending issue that lasts a long time and that Luis Enrique must solve now. Despite the defeat, Spain comes out of this tournament stronger and showing that this is the way to go to re-green laurels. Of course, with a goal because if that, little or nothing can be done.
France disappeared from the party which became a Spanish monologue. On the basis of having the ball, he dislodged Deschamps' men whose only solution was to search for Benzema and Mbappé with long passes. Spain imposed a dominance that was not reflected on the scoreboard and the break was scored without goals.
Until the minute was reached when the game went crazy. Theo Hernández crashed a ball on the crossbar and the play ended with Oyarzabal's 1-0 score, which beat Lloris with a cross shot in that 64th minute. Spain had done the most difficult thing, but could hardly enjoy it because France, through Benzema put in the minute 66 the 1-1 with a great shot.
From there, the game lost order and the two teams have already removed their ties to go for more goals. And in one of those cons, Mbappé's 1-2 came in the 80th minute. A goal protested by the Spaniards considering that the French was offside, but the VAR validated Mbappé's position and decreed final figures for the match.