Spain will try to become the first team who defended EURO title in the history of the competition which began in 1994.
Slovenia came from -4 to 33:32 in the last minute of the second semi-final clash at Tele 2 Arena, but Alex Dujshebaev took responsibility for the last shot and did it on passive play 10 seconds before the end for the final result – 34:32.
This will be the third EURO final in a row for the Spanish team since Krakow 2016. The team of Jordi Ribera won it two years after in Zagreb against Sweden.
Now, on Sunday, the rivals for the gold will be Croatia (16.30 hrs).
Spain – Slovenia 34-32 (20-15)
Spain: Angel Fernandez 6, Raul Entrerrios 6, Alex Dujshebaev 6, Aleix Gomez 4, Daniel Sarmiento 3, Julen Aguinagalde 2, Ferran Sole 2, Jorge Maqueda 2, Gedeon Guardiola 2, Viran Morros 1.
Slovenia: Jure Dolenec 7, Blaz Janc 6, Blaz Blagotinsek 5, Darko Cingesar 4, Borut Mackovsek 3, Miha Zarabec 2, Dean Bombac 2, Nejc Cehte 1, Tilen Kodrin 1, Nik Henigman 1.
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