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Euro 2012 Final: Why Even If Spain Loses, They Fall as Honorable Champions

Tomorrow, the Euro 2012 final will be contested between the past two World Cup champions in Spain and Italy. Remarkably, for the third time since the tournament shifted to 16 teams in 1996, the final is a rematch between two nations that came out of the same group. For Spain, a victory could cement their status as the greatest international side in the history of football, as it will mean they have won an unprecedented three consecutive major tournaments.
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