Selection tournament will still feature Belgium-France on Thursday; title decision will be on October 10th
A League of Nations enters your final straight of title decision. After a year of competition, the four best teams in Europe compete for the trophy for the second edition of the tournament, which was created by Uefa to give more rotation to the international teams during the year. Leader of Group 1 and current champion of Eurocup, a Italy takes the field this Wednesday, 6th, in the first semifinal, to face the Spain, leader of Group 4. This entire phase will be played in Italy and the match takes place at San Siro, at 15:45 (GMT). The winner takes whoever advances from Belgium (Group 2 leader) and France (leader of Group 3), who will duel on Thursday, 7, also at 15:45, at Juventus Stadium. Whoever advances to the final plays on Sunday, the 10th, at 15:45, at the San Siro. The bronze dispute will be on the same day, at 10am. All matches will be broadcast by TNT channel and by streaming TNT Sports Stadium.
Among all the finalists, Belgium was the one that shook the nets the most in the group stage. There were 16 goals scored and only six conceded in six games (five wins and one loss). However, it was France who scored the most, closing the first phase with 16 points in six rounds (five wins and one draw). The fight for artillery is also Belgian. Romelu Lukaku scored five goals and is only behind Erling Haaland, who made six and is out of competition. Only Ferran Torres, from Spain, could threaten the Chelsea striker. The Spaniard has four goals and appears right after the list of goalscorers.