The final match of the UEFA Nations League between Croatia and Spain ended in a penalty shootout. Despite an intense pace with both teams creating opportunities, neither was able to convert until Croatia emerged victorious in the penalty shootout with a 5-3 win, securing their first major international trophy. Carvajal of Spain scored the deciding penalty, winning the trophy for his team.
The game had an intense pace from the start, with both teams creating opportunities but unable to convert. As the match went to penalties, the pressure and stakes were high, but it was Croatia who emerged victorious with a 5-3 win, securing their first major international trophy.
Carvajal of Spain steps up to take the deciding penalty in the UEFA Nations League final against Croatia. The 31-year-old has only attempted a penalty once in his career, which was three and a half years ago in the Spanish Super Cup. Carvajal scores the penalty and Spain win the trophy, with the Panega presenting them with the trophy and the crowd applauding.