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      Stade du Pays de CharleroiJune 10, 2012
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      • Charleroi, Belgium

      UEFA EURO 2000: Alan Shearer’s headed goal ensured England beat old foes Germany in a competitive match for the first time since seeing off West Germany in the 1966 FIFA World Cup final.

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      Stade du Pays de CharleroiJune 10, 2012
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      • Charleroi, Belgium

      UEFA EURO 2000: 3-0 down to Slovenia with 23 minutes remaining, ten-man Yugoslavia looked down and out before staging a super comeback with three goals in six frantic minutes.

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      Amsterdam ArenAJune 10, 2012
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      • Amsterdam-Zuidoost, Netherlands

      UEFA EURO 2000: Netherlands’ Frank de Boer instigated a spirited fight back against France by unleashing an outrageous but ultimately unstoppable 30-metre free-kick on home soil.

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      Stadion FeijenoordJune 10, 2012
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      • Rotterdam, Netherlands

      UEFA EURO 2000: The world champions looked set for defeat in the 2000 final, before Sylvain Wiltord levelled with seconds remaining and David Trezeguet’s golden goal broke Italian hearts.

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      Estádio Bessa XXIJune 10, 2012
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      • Porto, Portugal

      UEFA EURO 2004: Competing in their first major tournament, unheralded Latvia produced a determined performance in Porto to hold 2002 FIFA World Cup finalists Germany to a goalless draw.

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      Estádio Municipal de Braga (AXA)June 10, 2012
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      • Braga, Portugal

      UEFA EURO 2004: Trailing 2-0 after 19 minutes, the Czech Republic were a fraught figure, but still had enough to stun the Netherlands and complete a momentus comeback to reach the last four.

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      Ernst Happel StadionJune 10, 2012
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      • Vienna, Austria

      UEFA EURO 2008: Fernando Torres outmuscled Philipp Lahm and clipped the ball over the diving Jens Lehman to secure Spain's first title in 44 years.

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      Estádio Do Sport Lisboa E BenficaJune 10, 2012
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      • Lisbon, Portugal

      UEFA EURO 2004: A single Charisteas header from a corner near the hour-mark gave Greece a triumph that was beyond their wildest dreams.

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      Estádio José AlvaladeJune 10, 2012
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      • Lisbon, Portugal

      UEFA EURO 2004: Maniche set the tone for a triumphant Portugal performance with a spectacular swerving effort which crashed in off the upright to book his side’s place in the semi-finals.

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      Wembley StadiumJune 10, 2012
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      • Wembley, United Kingdom

      EURO '96: Collecting a Darren Anderton chip on the edge of the box, Gascoigne flicked the ball over Colin Hendry with his left foot, and sublimely volleyed past Andy Goram with his right.

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      Hillsborough StadiumJune 10, 2012
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      • Sheffield, United Kingdom

      EURO '96: With Peter Schmeichel frantically backtracking, Davor Šuker executed the deftest of lobs to leave the Great Dane helpless - http://uefa.to/KfXnOU

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      AnfieldJune 10, 2012
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      • Liverpool, United Kingdom

      EURO '96: Playing in their first tournament since gaining independence, Czech Republic started fresh-faced duo Pavel Nedvěd and Karel Poborský, the former scoring in a shock 2-1 win against Italy.

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      Villa ParkJune 10, 2012
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      • Birmingham, United Kingdom

      EURO '96: Picking the ball up just past the halfway line, the extravagantly-maned Karel Poborský descended on goal, beating four players, before deftly lifting the ball over Portugal's Vítor Baía.

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      Wembley StadiumJune 10, 2012
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      • Wembley, United Kingdom

      EURO '96: Stuart Pearce exorcised his penalty demons by striking an emphatic spot kick past Spain's Andoni Zubizarreta, before celebrating with euphoric exuberance.

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      Wembley StadiumJune 10, 2012
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      • Wembley, United Kingdom

      EURO '96: Oliver Bierhoff climbed off the bench to inspire injury-ravaged Germany to EURO '96 glory in extra time, the first occasion a major tournament had been decided by a golden goal.

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      Gamla UlleviJune 10, 2012
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      • Gothenburg, Sweden

      EURO '92: Peter Schmeichel added to the buzz surrounding his displays by denying 1988 hero Marco van Basten in the semi-final shoot-out, diving low to his left to catapult the Danes into the final.

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      Malmö StadionJune 10, 2012
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      • Malmö, Sweden

      EURO '92: Pre-tournament favourites France stumbled to their final group game knowing a third draw would see them through but their star-studded line-up came undone against eventual winners Denmark.

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      Gamla UlleviJune 10, 2012
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      • Gothenburg, Sweden

      EURO '92: Denmark failed to qualify for the finals but after Yugoslavia pulled out, the Danes became the unlikeliest of winners, eventually overcoming Germany 2-0 in the final.

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      OlympiastadionJune 10, 2012
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      • Munich, Germany

      1988 UEFA European Championship: Meeting Arnold Mühren's looping crossfield ball on the right, Marco Van Basten crashed a groundbreaking volley over Rinat Dasaev and just inside the far post.

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      HDI ArenaJune 10, 2012
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      • Hanover, Germany

      1988 UEFA European Championship: Meeting Mick McCarthy's long throw, Ronnie Whelan executed an unorthodox but ultimately stunning volley, although his goal would be eclipsed in the final.

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