Romania won its 4th consecutive European title in mini football on Sunday as it defeated Croatia 2-0 in the final of the European Championships in Crete, Greece.
The team coached by Tiberiu Lajos thus took its revenge after it lost 0-1 to Croatia.
The team received the European champion medals and the trophy from Chairman of the European Federation of Mini Footbal Razvan Burleanu.
At MiniEuro 2013, Romania defeated Slovenia 1-0 and Poland 1-0 in the group matches, moving on to beat Slovakia 1-0, England 2-0 in the quarterfinals and in the semi-finals it won the match 2-1 (0-0) from penalty kicks at the end of the regular playtime.
In the third-place match, Germany defeated Russia 3-2. AGERPRES