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Topic - Fernando Santos
Greece exits the European Championship with pride if not a title.
Germany scored three second-half goals to reach the European Championship semifinals for a record seventh time Friday after a 4-2 win over Greece.
"We had a dream and that was what motivated us," said coach Fernando Santos, whose team has lost just three games in its last 25. "What we take away from the tournament is that we played with heart and soul _ the passion."
"We couldn't breathe and did very little with our chances and on set pieces," Greece coach Fernando Santos said. "The first goal made things very difficult for us, despite our good defensive effort."