Spain Rules: UEFA EURO 2012 Conclusion

Photo: Adidas/ Spain

The game starts intense with the energetic Silva attempting to score a goal. Then, Sergio Ramos and Xavi Hernandez had their chances, but it is clear the Spanish domination commands the game. In minute 13, Cesc Fabregas passes the ball to Silva and the game stayed 1 – 0.

Photo: ESPN Deportes/ Spain vs. Italy

Balotelli and Pirlo attempted to score and missed their chances. Iker Casillas, the architect of this game captures two attempts that were dangerous. Pique receives a yellow card for a clear clean slide. The Italians obtains an opportunity to score, but Pirlo and Balotelli did not communicate clearly for the perfect attack.

Photo: Claudio Padilla – Getty Images/ Balotelli and Pirlo

Minute 41, the Italian barrier were not fast enough to notice Jordi Alba’s tornado legs. Alba shoots into Buffon’s turf. In minute 43, Casillas area became a dangerous one because Balotelli’s fury to score failed. In minutes extra, Silva almost fooled Buffon again, but the first half ends in the 46th minute with Spain winning 2-0.

Photo: Alex Livesey – Getty Images/ Spain Team

The second half starts with Di Natale’s menace towards the Spanish defense. Casillas breaks Italy’s hope to score. Silva making his presence with Cesc, but Abate slides the ball. Casillas is facing Di Natale’s thrist to score because minute 50′ was a close one for Italy. It it clear this second half has a different rhythm. The Italian team is angry and the team wants to score. Minutes after Cesc left the field, Torres entered and became the first player in EURO to score in every final game. Juan Mata replaces Iniesta and his goal was quick enough that I had to watch the replay. Tonight, the Spanish team made history because the team has won three major tournaments: UEFA EURO 2008, 2010 World Cup, and the UEFA EURO 2012.

The 94th minute, Balotelli’s pride and ego was deeply wounded that he left the field. Two other players joined the Spanish team, Barcelona’s stars: David Villa and Carles Puyol. The Spanish team celebrates their victory of 4-0 marking a historical night.

Photo: Twitter/ David Villa and Cales Puyol

Photo: Carles Puyol – Twitter/ Spain

Tonight, the Spanish team made history because the team has won three major tournaments: UEFA EURO 2008, 2010 World Cup, and the UEFA EURO 2012. Congratulations Spain! La Furia Roja continua siendo la Furia de Europa!

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