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EURO 2012 LIVE: Spain 4, Italy 0
2345: The Spanish came under a lot of criticism before Sunday’s match, with many saying they were too defensive. Well, the record’s been put straight tonight. When it most mattered, they put in a stunning performance. The Italians were completely unable to keep up with their passing and movement. The victory lifts Spain to a record third straight major title, after winning Euro 2008 and the 2010 World Cup.
2333: Torres is through again but taps a reverse pass into the path of Juan Mata who makes no mistake. 4-0 now, the Spanish are champions and they’re still coming forward for more. Three minutes of extra-time left.
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