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That’s history, now for the future

The Spanish players had not left the Olympic Stadium in Kiev before minds were being focused on winning the 2014 World Cup.

Spain reign as Italy crumble in Euro 2012 final

Spain have confirmed their status as one of the greatest teams in soccer history by overwhelming Italy 4-0 in the Euro 2012 final.

Euro semi win fails to lift Azzuri’s underdog spirits

Cesare Prandelli has scoffed at suggestions Italy would be favourites in the Euro 2012 final against Spain despite ousting Germany in the semifinals.

Spain reach Euro2012 final on penalties

Thousands of Spain fans gathered in Madrid to watch their Euro 2012 semifinal against Portugal, erupting in joy after their 4-2 penalty win.

Germany tries to dump baggage ahead of Italy semifinal

Coach Joachim Loew has told his team to forget past disappointments and focus on beating Italy in the Euro 2012 semifinal as Germany hunt a win.

Italy helps England extend record in hopelessness

The first penalty shootout at Euro 2012 has been settled by Italy, as England extended their hopeless record in soccer's version of Russian roulette.

England polish penalties to ward off Spain pain

England will step up their penalty-taking practice as they enter the Euro 2012 knockout rounds desperate to atone for repeated failures in shoot-outs.

France reaches Euro 2012 quarterfinals despite 2-0 loss

France limped into the knockout round of Euro 2012 despite a 2-0 loss to Sweden, showing the team needs to improve to be true contenders.

Rooney’s return secures England in Euro 2012 quarterfinals

Wayne Rooney returned from a two-match ban to deliver a goal and give his team a 1-0 win over Ukraine and a spot in the Euro 2012 quarterfinals.

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