Spain’s opponents struggle to score because they don’t see much of the ball – not even to retrieve it from the back of their own net
Utterly outclassed by Italy, but hanging around to lose, again, on PKs.
In which the British tabloids play up every available opportunity to make a pun.
The Czech right-back who’ll be marking Portugal’s superstar Cristiano Ronaldo in Euro 2012′s first quarterfinal is the tournament’s revelation: the unheralded Theodor Gebrie-Selassie is fast, talented and, yes, black.
The festival of football has mostly been a joy to watch thus far.
England’s pro league is far stronger than France’s, yet its national team is far weaker
The European Championships have always been known for making new stars.
How international tournaments remain an opportunity for nostalgic but usually harmless pantomime jingoism.
England is not the only team going into Euro 2012 with the advantage of low expectations.
Another match-fixing scandal rocks Italian soccer
Counting down the greatest games in the history of the tournament.
The rosters of many Euro 2012 teams are a melting pot – one that modern-day Europe should start getting used to.
In all my years of watching Queens Park Rangers, it’s hard to recall a more unpleasant individual pulling on the famous blue and white hooped jersey.