AA / Paris / Eşref Yeftale
In a final which was played in Krakow in Poland, Turkey retained its title of European champion by crushing Spain with a river score of 6-0.
The Turkish players quickly took the lead in this final with an outrageous domination of the defending champions and the brace from Ömer Güleryüz (1-0, 6 ‘) and 2-0, 10’) allowing the Turks to quickly lead 2-0 in the first half.
The Turkish selection will increase its lead with the superb goal of Kemal Güleş (21 ‘) before closing the first period 4-0 with the achievement of Rahmi Özcan (4-0, 23’).
Boosted, the Turks resumed the second half with the third goal of Ömer Güleryüz (5-0, 26 ‘) before registering a sixth and final achievement through Kemal Güleş (6-0, 41’ ).
The Turkish selection outrageously dominated the debates during this euro by winning in all these matches and scoring a total of 36 goals for only 2 goals conceded.
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