He Barça Y The Well Murcia will play this Sunday the final of the futsal ‘Champions League’ (20 hours) after beating the Russians of the KRPF y Tyumen, respectively, which has led to the first Spanish final in history in the top continental competition.

Five months after its original date, the ‘Final Four’ started in Barcelona with a double Spanish-Russian duel that fell on the national side. ElPozo first got the ticket and in the second ‘semi’ it was Barça who resorted to penalties to get into the final. The double Spanish victory, however, damages the Valdepeñas, who will not play the ‘Champions’ the next season.

Barça, host of this improvised F4, suffered greatly to beat KRPF in a duel that was controlled 2-0, but ended in the Extra time after a sensational reaction of the Russians. Lozano and Ferrao, who was back, overtook the culé team at seven minutes, although Romulo and Asadov established a tie at the end of regulation time.

In extra time, Andreu Plaza’s men took another step and took advantage again with a goal of Left despite the difficulties they experienced with arbitration. The blaugrana suffered the Italian tandem Galante-Mazione in some incomprehensible decisions that benefited the KRPF, who did not give up and got the third a few seconds from the end. The clash was decided on penalties and the ‘buffalo’ Lozano marked the definitive one for the Barça.

For its part, ElPozo Murcia Costa Cálida defeated Russian Tyumen 2-1 thanks to goals from Rafa Santos and Alberto García. Diego Giustozzi’s pupils were very serious in defense and faithful to their strategy to get through to the final with a lot of skill in the final stretch of the match.

ElPozo enjoyed the best chances in the first half and took the initiative despite high pressure from the Russian team. As a result of his work, it was 1-0 in Rafa Santos’ boots after an error by Tyumen’s rear, who arrived strong at the ‘Final Four’ after having eliminated Sporting in the previous round, the current champion of the competition.

In the second half, the Russian team increased their level to subdue the Murcian team at times. Carlos Espindola had to make good interventions to prevent the visitor reaction from going overboard. Still, Avramovich evened the game and added spice to the final stretch. That’s when it appeared Alberto Garcia with a right hand that slipped fiercely with eight minutes remaining.

ElPozo endured the remaining time to confirm its presence in the final for the most important title of the ‘Old Continent’ 12 years later. Will this Sunday at Palau Blaugrana from 8pm.