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Spain have advanced to the Euro 2012 Finals by defeating Portugal 4-2 in a shootout today in the UEFA Euro 2012 Semifinals at the Donbass Arena in Donetsk, Ukraine. Spain will be in their second straight Euro Finals. Leading up
Donetsk, Ukraine (Wed, Jun 27) – First 20 minutes of the first half of first semifinal of soccer’s European Championship 2012 have gone goal-less as Spain and Portugal couldn’t score any goal. The match is being
EPA The defending Euro champions Spain proved too much for France to handle on the field Saturday in the quarterfinal round in Donetsk, Ukraine, and the edge in the stands goes to Spain as well. We start our look at the best fan photos of the day
The key battles Les Bleus must win France are set to face defending champions Spain in the eagerly awaited Euro 2012 quarter-final clash on Saturday. If Les Bleus are to hold any hope of triumphing against the odds they must win the key battles on
The Euro 2012 quarterfinals begins on Thursday. Let's take a quick look at who will win the four matches. Czech Republic vs Portugal -- Warsaw National Stadium. We have already seen the Czech Republic have problems
Tuesday will be the final day of the UEFA Euro 2012 Group Stage as the teams from Group D will play. Who will be the last two teams to qualify for the quarterfinals? Well, you have to check out my preview below in order to find out.
Supporters at a campsite near Donetsk chanted anti-Campbell songs and waved placards. Last month the ex-Spurs and Arsenal star, 37, told BBC's Panorama that fans should not travel to Euro 2012 because of racist violence. He said they could come back
In the first match of Group D today in the UEFA Euro 2012 Group Stage between co-host Ukraine and France, the biggest star in the first half was the weather. Heavy rains caused for the referees to suspend play at the five minute mark.
Ukraine (AP) — The Ukraine-France game at the European Championship was halted after just five minutes Friday because of a fierce thunderstorm. Dutch referee Bjoern Kuipers pointed upward and blew his whistle, signaling a rare
Did you notice anything missing from England's 1-1 draw with France in Donetsk on Monday? And no, I'm not talking about James Milner and open goals here...Conspicuous by its absence was the England's supporters' band and their interminable renditions