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06/07/2019
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Tournament Tracker: Spain win it all again in Final Round deja vu

BELGRADE (Serbia) - For the entire duration of the FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2019, our Tournament Tracker will make sure you don't miss the biggest headlines.

We will highlight the special performers, key numbers and news stories, supporting our must-follow Live Blog on game days, which will give all the latest updates in real time - as they happen. Our Tournament Tracker also builds on our popular Preparation Games Tracker.

Game Day 8 - Final

Deja Vu Spain win their fourth title and for the fourth time, they win gold against France. They also become the first nation to defend their title since the Soviet Union in 1991
All-Star Five MVP Astou Ndour (ESP), Marta Xargay (ESP), Sonja Petrovic (SRB), Sandrine Gruda (FRA), Temi Fagbenle (GBR)
Bronze Medal Co-hosts Serbia take a bronze medal to follow on from their historic gold in 2015 and maiden Olympic bronze in 2016 in Rio.
Daily Highs Temi Fagbenle (GBR), Marta Xargay (ESP) - 23 points
Sonja Petrovic (SRB) - 13 rebounds
Aleksandra Stanacev (SRB) - 6 assists
Laura Gil (ESP) - 5 steals
Dajana Butulija (SRB) Astou Ndour (ESP) - 2 blocks

Game Day 7 - Semi-Finals

History Repeating Spain and France will play for the title in a repeat of the 2017 and 2013 Finals.
OQT Spots Filled Belgium, France, Great Britain, Serbia, Spain, Sweden have taken the European tickets for the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments in February 2020.
Daily Top Five Elin Eldebrink (SWE) - 14 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals
Marine Johannes (FRA) - 20 points, 5 assists, 5 steals, 4 rebounds
Kim Mestdagh (BEL) - 17 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists
Jelena Brooks (SRB) - 17 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals
Astou Ndour (ESP) - 17 points, 5 rebounds
Daily Highs Marine Johannes (FRA) - 20 points
Louice Halvarsson (SWE), Yvonne Turner (HUN), Sandrine Gruda (FRA), Laura Nicholls (ESP) - 10 rebounds
Emma Meesseman (BEL) - 7 assists
Marine Johannes (FRA), Yvonne Turner (HUN) - 5 steals
Maria Vadeeva (RUS) - 4 blocks

Game Day 6 - Quarter-Finals

Tickets Punched France, Great Britain, Serbia and Spain all made it into the last four of the competition and with it, punched their tickets to the Olympic Qualifying Tournaments next year. Great Britain made the last four for the first time in their history. Losing Quarter-Finalists Russia, Sweden, Hungary and Belgium will fight it out for the last two OQT tickets on Saturday.
Feature Long Read - Musina: The real MVP, WNBA Draft and the Vadeeva factor
Fan Engagement The race to choose the MVP has started with the fan vote!
Daily Top Five Ana Dabovic (SRB) - 19 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists
Astou Ndour (ESP) - 24 points, 12 rebounds
Emma Meesseman (BEL) - 24 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists
Sandrine Gruda (FRA) - 33 points, 10 rebounds
Temi Fagbenle (GBR) - 29 points, 8 rebounds, 2 blocks
Daily Highs Sandrine Gruda (FRA) - 33 points
Jo Leedham (GBR), Astou Ndour (ESP) - 12 rebounds
Jo Leedham (GBR) - 8 assists
Olivia Epoupa (FRA) - 5 steals

Game Day 5

Quarter-Final Tickets Belgium and Russia take the last two passes to the Quarter-Finals after wins against Slovenia and Italy respectively. 
Features Julie Allemand on how she will 'kill' future club teammate Marine Johannes in the Quarter-Finals. 
Daily Highs Julie Allemand (BEL) - 25 points
Kim Mestdagh (BEL) - 11 rebounds
Nika Baric (SLO) - 9 assists
Maria Vadeeva (RUS) - 3 steals
Emma Meesseman (BEL), Lorela Cubaj (ITA) - 3 blocks

Game Day 4

Quarter-Final Tickets Sweden and Great Britain are into the Quarter-Finals after wins against Latvia and Montenegro respectively. Sweden will play co-hosts Serbia in the next phase and Great Britain who made history having never previously gotten this far, will play Hungary.  Check out the Tournament Bracket.
Features Laia Palau of Spain still leading the charge towards more success.
Cecilia Zandalasini of Italy on it being go-time after her rare shooting slump.
Daily Highs Temi Fagbenle (GBR) - 29 points
Regan Magarity (SWE) - 11 rebounds
Rachael Vanderwal (GBR) - 9 assists
Bozica Mujovic (MNE), Johannah Leedham (GBR) - 4 steals
Temi Fagbenle (GBR) - 3 blocks

Game Day 3

Quarter-Final Tickets Half of the Quarter-Finalists were confirmed as Serbia, France and Spain joined Hungary who had taken their ticket on Day 2.
Still Alive Sweden vs Latvia and Great Britain vs Montenegro (Riga, Monday), Belgium vs Slovenia, Italy vs Russia (Belgrade, Tuesday)
Feature Jelena Brooks of Serbia on basketball and baby love, with her heart in Sopron
Fan Engagement A vote to determine which player posted the best individual performance of the Group Phase
Daily Top Five Bozica Mujovic (MNE) - 19 points, 9 assists
Martina Crippa (ITA) - 15 points, 7 rebounds
Emma Meeseman (BEL) - 21 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists
Glory Johnson (MNE) - 27 points, 14 rebounds, 4 steals
Maria Vadeeva (RUS) - 21 points 13 rebounds, 3 assists
Daily Highs Glory Johnson (MNE) - 27 points
Glory Johnson (MNE), Milica Jovanovic (MNE), Amanda Zahui (SWE)- 14 rebounds
Bozica Mujovic (MNE) - 9 assists
Cristina Ouvina (ESP) - 5 steals


Game Day 2

Feature Digna Strautmane of Latvia on revelling in home comforts on the big stage
Quarter-Final Ticket The first ticket to the Quarter-Finals was taken joyfully and unexpectedly by Hungary.
History Made Elina Dikaioulaku erupted for a Latvian Final Round record 33 points in a super win against Ukraine for the injury-hit co-hosts.
Daily Top Five Elina Dikaioulaku (LAT) - 33 points,  7 assists, 6 rebounds, 3 steals
Teja Oblak (SLO) - 18 points, 3 rebounds
Dora Horti (HUN) - 13 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists
Astou Ndour (ESP) - 23 points and 8 rebounds
Anastasiya Verameyenka (BLR) - 15 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals
Daily Highs Elina Dikaioulaku (LAT) - 33 points
Kiah Stokes (TUR) - 19 rebounds
Nika Baric (SLO) - 12 assists
Alina Iagupova (UKR) - 5 steals
Kiah Stokes (TUR) - 3 blocks

Game Day 1

Features Kim Mestdagh of Belgium on the newfound stress with the Cats and Mystics magic
Karlie Samuelson about being ready to fire for Great Britain
 History Made Sweden won on opening day for the first time in their history. It was a case of seventh time lucky having lost their previous six openers.
 Daily Top Five Yvonne Turner (HUN) - 23 points, 6 assists, 2 rebounds
Marta Xargay (ESP) - 31 points, 3 assists
Jo Leedham (GBR) - 24 points, 6 assists, 7 steals
Emma Meesseman (BEL) - 29 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists
Amanda Zahui (SWE) - 21 points, 12 rebounds, 3 assists
Daily  Highs Alina Iagupova (UKR) - 38 points
Amanda Zahui (SWE) - 12 rebounds
Nika Baric (SLO) - 10 assists
Jo Leedham (GNR) - 7 steals
Milica Jovanovic (MNE) / Bernadett Hatar (HUN) / Anastasiya Verameyenka (BLR) 3 blocks

Pre-Tournament

Team News  The final rosters are confirmed, with co-hosts Serbia the last team to announce.
 Fan Engagement  A fan vote is launched to see which nation supporters think will win the silverware.