Euro 2012

Thumbnail
Euro 2012 final: Spain 4-0 Italy Spain win Euro 2012. Spain have equalled Germany's record of three European Championship wins (1964, 2008 and 2012). Spain: Casillas, Arbeloa, Pique, Sergio Ramos, Jordi Alba, Xavi, Busquets, Alonso, Silva, Fabregas, Iniesta. Subs: Valdes, Albiol, Javi Martinez, Juanfran, Pedro, Torres, Negredo, Mata, Llorente, Santi Cazorla, Jesus Navas, Reina. Italy:…
Thumbnail
Euro 2012’s final between Spain and Italy is set to be an interesting tactical battle, as the sides look to outfox their opponents in the pursuit of glory. A number of individual match-ups across the park will play their role in deciding the victor; here are five to watch. Andres Pirlo vs Xavi – As…
Thumbnail
Sunday's Euro 2012 final sees holders Spain take on dark horses Italy in Kiev, in what should be a cagey last game to the tournament. Although the world champions go into the game as overwhelming favourites, the manner of the Azzurri's win over Germany will be a cause for concern for Vicente del Bosque and…
Thumbnail
Spain and Italy play out the Euro 2012 championships final in Kiev on Sunday night, as a fantastic summer of international football comes to an end. Spain enter the game as red-hot favourites and are unbeaten in the tournament to date. La Roja have only conceded one goal so far, which was against Italy in…
Thumbnail
Super Mario – Super Hero Mario Balotelli was the hero for Italy in Warsaw, netting twice as they overcame the much fancied Germany 2-1 in the 2nd semi-final. It was though, a great team performance which saw the Azzurri through under the guidance of Cesare Prandelli who out maneuvered master tactician Joachim Low. Germany had…
Thumbnail
Germany have progressed to the semi-finals of Euro 2012 at a canter.
Thumbnail
Germany and Italy play out the second Euro 2012 semi-final on Thursday, with the winner set to face Spain in Sunday's final. Both teams are unbeaten in the competition to date, and are coming off the back of morale-boosting quarter-finals victories. Germany have lived up to pre-tournament expectations, and have set a new world record…
Thumbnail
The first semi-final of Euro 2012 saw Spain sneak into their third successive major tournament final on penalties after the tightest of encounters against their Iberian rivals Portugal. Paulo Bento’s excellently-drilled side pushed the world champions all the way in a game as tightly-contested as Spain have been involved in for years. Cesc Fabregas, who…
Thumbnail
Portugal 4-2 Spain highlights Euro 2012 Semi-Final Portugal: Rui Patricio, Joao Pereira, Pepe, Bruno Alves, Fabio Coentrao, Meireles, Veloso, Joao Moutinho, Nani, Almeida, Ronaldo. Subs: Eduardo, Custodio, Quaresma, Nelson Oliveira, Ricardo Costa, Rolando, Ruben Micael, Varela, Miguel Lopes, Hugo Viana, Postiga, Beto. Spain: Casillas, Arbeloa, Pique, Sergio Ramos, Jordi Alba, Xavi, Busquets, Alonso, Silva, Negredo,…
Thumbnail
Germany and Italy lock horns in the second of Euro 2012's semi-finals, with the winner to take on either Spain or Portugal in the final. Germany have been in ominous and imperious form of late, with four wins out of four in the tournament making it 15 competitive victories in a row; a new world…
Thumbnail
Spain and Portugal play out an Iberian derby on Wednesday in the first of the Euro 2012 semi-finals, with a place in the final against Germany or Italy on the line. Spain will enter the game as overwhelming favourites, and rightly so given their quality and ability. La Roja topped Group C with seven points…
Thumbnail
Iberian rivals Portugal and Spain clash in what should be a monumental first Euro 2012 semi-final on Wednesday night. Euro 2012 betting odds still have Spain as one of the frontrunners for the tournament, but Vicente del Bosque's men have not shown the scintillating form of recent years in Ukraine and Poland as yet. La…