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Spain made history in Kiev after beating Italy 4-0 in Sunday's Euro 2012 final to become the first side to win three consecutive tournaments.
After 30 enthralling games which have yielded 72 goals, the winners of Euro 2012 will be crowned on Sunday night as Spain and Italy face-off.
Defending champions Spain beat Portugal 4-2 on penalties to reach the Euro 2012 final after their semi-final ended 0-0 after extra time.
Portugal will be without frontman Helder Postiga when they face Spain in Wednesday's first Euro 2012 semi-final.
Xabi Alonso celebrated his 100th cap with both goals as Spain cruised into the Euro 2012 semi-finals with a 2-0 win over France in Donetsk.
Preview for Saturday evening's Euro 2012 quarter-final clash between Spain and France in Donetsk (kick-off 7.45pm BST).
opularpete Yes, England need some solid, injury free midfielders like Wilshere.
e says with his eyes darting back and forward. Moe Szyslak's Utd. Long may it last.