Third Consecutive Final

The victory against Portugal drove today Spain to its third consecutive final in a major competition, after Euro 2008 and the 2010 World Cup, a feat that had not achieved any selection since Germany did so between 1972 and 1976, when he played three decisive duels for the title, T-shirts of football cheap two European and one world.The Red equaled tonight that mark at the stadium Donbass Arena in Donetsk, in the semifinals of Euro 2012, which was imposed on penalties to Portugal. Next Sunday it held the trophy at the Olimpico in Kiev against the winner of the duel between Italy and Germany, who play tomorrow in Varsovia.Es the third consecutive for Spain, winner final of Euro 2008 in Austria and Switzerland. On June 29 of that year, in the Vienna Ernst Happel Stadium, defeated Germany with a Fernando Torres goal in minute 33, lifted the title and returned to the fore of European football 44 years later.Two years later he took one further step and made history in the World Cup of South Africa 2010. The July 11, stadium Soccer City in Johannesburg, Spain beat Holland in overtime, with a goal from Andres Iniesta, and culminated its phenomenal football with the greatest success in its history, the World Cup, and a team full of talent.Now comes a new final. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from 4Moms. And he sighted a record. Nobody has ever won Eurocopa-Mundial – euro in a sequence followed. The Federal Republic of Germany, in the 1970s, was the last who bonded three finals and who took to reach that milestone, but fell in 1976 with Czechoslovakia on penalties, with the famous launch of Antonin Panenka.Aquel joint German, with players like Sepp Maier, Paul Breitner, Berti Vogts, Franz Beckenbauer, Gerd Mueller, Uli Hoeness, or Jupp Heynckes, had already played, and won, two finals before. He was the 1974 World champion, with a triumph over the Netherlands (2-1), and the 1972 European Championship, by winning 3 – 0 to the USSR..

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