From the equality of the first minutes (4-5) it went to a partial 0-4 favorable for Spain. The team controlled the rebound and had well tied to the main Hungarian threats, but
it was hard to score. After the 4-10, Hungary added two actions in a row to make it 9-10. With a penetration from Martín, the game went to 9-12. Hungary closed the fourth with a counterattack (11-12).
The second quarter continued in a similar vein. Spain managed to get away until 11-16 but cut the rival with several actions on the counterattack (14-16). Conesa broke several minutes of drought with a triple and a basket (14-21). After a good moment from Spain, came against Hungary, who continued to hurt with their offensive transitions (18-21).
The second half began with a basket from Fam (18-23) but when he committed his third foul, the pivot in the first minute, the pivot was forced to return to the bench. Spain caught air with a triple from Martín and another from Alonso (18-29).
The points came to dropper for both teams. Hungary added a basket (20-29) but several minutes passed until Calvo scored with another triple, (20-32) that Raktai (23-32) replied on the next play. Spain stole but found it difficult to convert the attacks. A basket from Guillen arrived for 23-34 and the third period was dismissed with a triple from specialist Viegas on the horn (23-37).
After a basket from Fam, a 5-0 run came in favor of Hungary (28-39). The next section was resolved with a 4-4 and the difference was still located at +11 (32-43) in the middle of the last round. Spain managed to control the advantage by controlling the tempo of the last minutes and scoring safely. With the baskets of Termis and Fam the party was sentenced at 39-53.
With this result, Spain rises to the leadership of the San Fernando Challenger and achieves the long-awaited qualification for the U17 World Cup in 2022. The team has shown a high level during the five games it has played, showing a clear dominance in all facets of the game.