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2012 | Istoria Campionatului European din Polonia şi Ucraina

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Spania a invins-o pe Italia in finala cu 4-0, devenind prima natiune care isi apara trofeul european si prima selectionata care reuseste sa castige trei trofee majore succesiv (Euro 2008, Cupa Mondiala din 2010 si Euro 2012). De asemenea, Fernando Torres a devenit primul jucator care a marcat in doua finala consecutive. El a fost si golgeterul competitiei cu trei goluri marcate, alaturi de  Mario Balotelli, Alan Dzagoev, Mario Gómez, Mario Mandžukić, si Cristiano Ronaldo, desi a intrat doar ca rezerva la majoritatea meciurilor. Turneul a fost de altfel remarcabil pentru ca a avut cele mai multe goluri marcate cu capul din toata istoria Euro (26 din 76 de goluri marcate in total).

Un alt moment important in istoria fotbalului a fost un gol nevalidat in meciul din grupe dintre Anglia si Ucraina, la care reluarile au aratat ca mingea a depasit linia portii. Acest lucru l-a determinat pe presedintele FIFA de atunci, Sepp Blatter sa posteze pe retele de socializare urmatoarea afirmatie: “GLT (Goal-line technology) nu mai este o alternativa, ci o necesitate”, inversandu-si astfel indelungata reticenta de a imbratisa o astfel de tehnologie. De atunci, au pornit demersurile pentru a adauga una dintre cele mai folositoare inovatii din fotbal.

Qualifying Stage
Group 1

03 Sep 2010 Kazakhstan 0–3 Turkey
03 Sep 2010 Belgium 0–1 Germany
07 Sep 2010 Turkey 3–2 Belgium
07 Sep 2010 Austria 2–0 Kazakhstan
07 Sep 2010 Germany 6–1 Azerbaijan
08 Oct 2010 Kazakhstan 0–2 Belgium
08 Oct 2010 Austria 3–0 Azerbaijan
08 Oct 2010 Germany 3–0 Turkey
12 Oct 2010 Azerbaijan 1–0 Turkey
12 Oct 2010 Kazakhstan 0–3 Germany
12 Oct 2010 Belgium 4–4 Austria
25 Mar 2011 Austria 0–2 Belgium
26 Mar 2011 Germany 4–0 Kazakhstan
29 Mar 2011 Turkey 2–0 Austria
29 Mar 2011 Belgium 4–1 Azerbaijan
03 Jun 2011 Kazakhstan 2–1 Azerbaijan
03 Jun 2011 Austria 1–2 Germany
03 Jun 2011 Belgium 1–1 Turkey
07 Jun 2011 Azerbaijan 1–3 Germany
02 Sep 2011 Azerbaijan 1–1 Belgium
02 Sep 2011 Turkey 2–1 Kazakhstan
02 Sep 2011 Germany 6–2 Austria
06 Sep 2011 Azerbaijan 3–2 Kazakhstan
06 Sep 2011 Austria 0–0 Turkey
07 Oct 2011 Azerbaijan 1–4 Austria
07 Oct 2011 Turkey 1–3 Germany
07 Oct 2011 Belgium 4–1 Kazakhstan
11 Oct 2011 Kazakhstan 0–0 Austria
11 Oct 2011 Germany 3–1 Belgium
11 Oct 2011 Turkey 1–0 Azerbaijan

1.GERMANY 10 10 0 0 34- 7 30
2.Turkey 10 5 2 3 13-11 17 play-offs
3.Belgium 10 4 3 3 21-15 15
4.Austria 10 3 3 4 16-17 12
5.Azerbaijan 10 2 1 7 10-26 7
6.Kazakhstan 10 1 1 8 6-24 4

Group 2

03 Sep 2010 Armenia 0–1 Ireland
03 Sep 2010 Andorra 0–2 Russia
03 Sep 2010 Slovakia 1–0 Macedonia
07 Sep 2010 Russia 0–1 Slovakia
07 Sep 2010 Macedonia 2–2 Armenia
07 Sep 2010 Ireland 3–1 Andorra
08 Oct 2010 Armenia 3–1 Slovakia
08 Oct 2010 Andorra 0–2 Macedonia
08 Oct 2010 Ireland 2–3 Russia
12 Oct 2010 Armenia 4–0 Andorra
12 Oct 2010 Macedonia 0–1 Russia
12 Oct 2010 Slovakia 1–1 Ireland
26 Mar 2011 Armenia 0–0 Russia
26 Mar 2011 Andorra 0–1 Slovakia
26 Mar 2011 Ireland 2–1 Macedonia
04 Jun 2011 Russia 3–1 Armenia
04 Jun 2011 Slovakia 1–0 Andorra
04 Jun 2011 Macedonia 0–2 Ireland
02 Sep 2011 Andorra 0–3 Armenia
02 Sep 2011 Russia 1–0 Macedonia
02 Sep 2011 Ireland 0–0 Slovakia
06 Sep 2011 Russia 0–0 Ireland
06 Sep 2011 Macedonia 1–0 Andorra
06 Sep 2011 Slovakia 0–4 Armenia
07 Oct 2011 Armenia 4–1 Macedonia
07 Oct 2011 Slovakia 0–1 Russia
07 Oct 2011 Andorra 0–2 Ireland
11 Oct 2011 Russia 6–0 Andorra
11 Oct 2011 Ireland 2–1 Armenia
11 Oct 2011 Macedonia 1–1 Slovakia

1.RUSSIA 10 7 2 1 17- 4 23
2.Ireland 10 6 3 1 15- 7 21 play-offs
3.Armenia 10 5 2 3 22-10 17
4.Slovakia 10 4 3 3 7-10 15
5.Macedonia 10 2 2 6 8-14 8
6.Andorra 10 0 0 10 1-25 0

Group 3

11 Aug 2010 Estonia 2–1 Faroe Islands
03 Sep 2010 Faroe Islands 0–3 Serbia
03 Sep 2010 Estonia 1–2 Italy
03 Sep 2010 Slovenia 0–1 Northern Ireland
07 Sep 2010 Serbia 1–1 Slovenia
07 Sep 2010 Italy 5–0 Faroe Islands
08 Oct 2010 Serbia 1–3 Estonia
08 Oct 2010 Northern Ireland 0–0 Italy
08 Oct 2010 Slovenia 5–1 Faroe Islands
12 Oct 2010 Faroe Islands 1–1 Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2010 Estonia 0–1 Slovenia
12 Oct 2010 Italy 3-0 Serbia [awarded]
25 Mar 2011 Serbia 2–1 Northern Ireland
25 Mar 2011 Slovenia 0–1 Italy
29 Mar 2011 Estonia 1–1 Serbia
29 Mar 2011 Northern Ireland 0–0 Slovenia
03 Jun 2011 Faroe Islands 0–2 Slovenia
03 Jun 2011 Italy 3–0 Estonia
07 Jun 2011 Faroe Islands 2–0 Estonia
10 Aug 2011 Northern Ireland 4–0 Faroe Islands
02 Sep 2011 Faroe Islands 0–1 Italy
02 Sep 2011 Slovenia 1–2 Estonia
02 Sep 2011 Northern Ireland 0–1 Serbia
06 Sep 2011 Serbia 3–1 Faroe Islands
06 Sep 2011 Estonia 4–1 Northern Ireland
06 Sep 2011 Italy 1–0 Slovenia
07 Oct 2011 Northern Ireland 1–2 Estonia
07 Oct 2011 Serbia 1–1 Italy
11 Oct 2011 Italy 3–0 Northern Ireland
11 Oct 2011 Slovenia 1–0 Serbia

1.ITALY 10 8 2 0 20- 2 26
2.Estonia 10 5 1 4 15-14 16 play-offs
3.Serbia 10 4 3 3 13-12 15
4.Slovenia 10 4 2 4 11- 7 14
5.Northern Ireland 10 2 3 5 9-13 9
6.Faroe Islands 10 1 1 8 6-26 4

Group 4

03 Sep 2010 Romania 1–1 Albania
03 Sep 2010 Luxembourg 0–3 Bosnia & Herzeg.
03 Sep 2010 France 0–1 Belarus
07 Sep 2010 Belarus 0–0 Romania
07 Sep 2010 Albania 1–0 Luxembourg
07 Sep 2010 Bosnia & Herzeg. 0–2 France
08 Oct 2010 Luxembourg 0–0 Belarus
08 Oct 2010 Albania 1–1 Bosnia & Herzeg.
09 Oct 2010 France 2–0 Romania
12 Oct 2010 Belarus 2–0 Albania
12 Oct 2010 France 2–0 Luxembourg
25 Mar 2011 Luxembourg 0–2 France
26 Mar 2011 Bosnia & Herzeg. 2–1 Romania
26 Mar 2011 Albania 1–0 Belarus
29 Mar 2011 Romania 3–1 Luxembourg
03 Jun 2011 Romania 3–0 Bosnia & Herzeg.
03 Jun 2011 Belarus 1–1 France
07 Jun 2011 Belarus 2–0 Luxembourg
07 Jun 2011 Bosnia & Herzeg. 2–0 Albania
02 Sep 2011 Luxembourg 0–2 Romania
02 Sep 2011 Belarus 0–2 Bosnia & Herzeg.
02 Sep 2011 Albania 1–2 France
06 Sep 2011 Bosnia & Herzeg. 1–0 Belarus
06 Sep 2011 Luxembourg 2–1 Albania
06 Sep 2011 Romania 0–0 France
07 Oct 2011 Bosnia & Herzeg. 5–0 Luxembourg
07 Oct 2011 Romania 2–2 Belarus
07 Oct 2011 France 3–0 Albania
11 Oct 2011 Albania 1–1 Romania
11 Oct 2011 France 1–1 Bosnia & Herzeg.

1.FRANCE 10 6 3 1 15- 4 21
2.Bosnia & Herzeg. 10 6 2 2 17- 8 20 play-offs
3.Romania 10 3 5 2 13- 9 14
4.Belarus 10 3 4 3 8- 7 13
5.Albania 10 2 3 5 7-14 9
6.Luxembourg 10 1 1 8 3-21 4

Group 5

03 Sep 2010 Moldova 2–0 Finland
03 Sep 2010 Sweden 2–0 Hungary
03 Sep 2010 San Marino 0–5 Netherlands
07 Sep 2010 Sweden 6–0 San Marino
07 Sep 2010 Hungary 2–1 Moldova
07 Sep 2010 Netherlands 2–1 Finland’
08 Oct 2010 Hungary 8–0 San Marino
08 Oct 2010 Moldova 0–1 Netherlands
12 Oct 2010 Finland 1–2 Hungary
12 Oct 2010 Netherlands 4–1 Sweden
12 Oct 2010 San Marino 0–2 Moldova
17 Nov 2010 Finland 8–0 San Marino
25 Mar 2011 Hungary 0–4 Netherlands
29 Mar 2011 Sweden 2–1 Moldova
29 Mar 2011 Netherlands 5–3 Hungary
03 Jun 2011 San Marino 0–1 Finland
03 Jun 2011 Moldova 1–4 Sweden
07 Jun 2011 Sweden 5–0 Finland
07 Jun 2011 San Marino 0–3 Hungary
02 Sep 2011 Finland 4–1 Moldova
02 Sep 2011 Hungary 2–1 Sweden
02 Sep 2011 Netherlands 11–0 San Marino
06 Sep 2011 Finland 0–2 Netherlands
06 Sep 2011 Moldova 0–2 Hungary
06 Sep 2011 San Marino 0–5 Sweden
07 Oct 2011 Finland 1–2 Sweden
07 Oct 2011 Netherlands 1–0 Moldova
11 Oct 2011 Hungary 0–0 Finland
11 Oct 2011 Moldova 4–0 San Marino
11 Oct 2011 Sweden 3–2 Netherlands

1.NETHERLANDS 10 9 0 1 37- 8 27
2.SWEDEN 10 8 0 2 31-11 24
3.Hungary 10 6 1 3 22-14 19
4.Finland 10 3 1 6 16-16 10
5.Moldova 10 3 0 7 12-16 9
6.San Marino 10 0 0 10 0-53 0

Group 6

02 Sep 2010 Israel 3–1 Malta
03 Sep 2010 Latvia 0–3 Croatia
03 Sep 2010 Greece 1–1 Georgia
07 Sep 2010 Georgia 0–0 Israel
07 Sep 2010 Malta 0–2 Latvia
07 Sep 2010 Croatia 0–0 Greece
08 Oct 2010 Georgia 1–0 Malta
08 Oct 2010 Greece 1–0 Latvia
09 Oct 2010 Israel 1–2 Croatia
12 Oct 2010 Latvia 1–1 Georgia
12 Oct 2010 Greece 2–1 Israel
17 Nov 2010 Croatia 3–0 Malta
26 Mar 2011 Georgia 1–0 Croatia
26 Mar 2011 Israel 2–1 Latvia
26 Mar 2011 Malta 0–1 Greece
29 Mar 2011 Israel 1–0 Georgia
03 Jun 2011 Croatia 2–1 Georgia
04 Jun 2011 Latvia 1–2 Israel
04 Jun 2011 Greece 3–1 Malta
02 Sep 2011 Israel 0–1 Greece
02 Sep 2011 Georgia 0–1 Latvia
02 Sep 2011 Malta 1–3 Croatia
06 Sep 2011 Croatia 3–1 Israel
06 Sep 2011 Malta 1–1 Georgia
06 Sep 2011 Latvia 1–1 Greece
07 Oct 2011 Latvia 2–0 Malta
07 Oct 2011 Greece 2–0 Croatia
11 Oct 2011 Gorgia 1–2 Greece
11 Oct 2011 Malta 0–2 Israel
11 Oct 2011 Croatia 2–0 Latvia

1.GREECE 10 7 3 0 14- 5 24
2.Croatia 10 7 1 2 18- 7 22 play-offs
3.Israel 10 5 1 4 13-11 16
4.Latvia 10 3 2 5 9-12 11
5.Georgia 10 2 4 4 7- 9 10
6.Malta 10 0 1 9 4-21 1

Group 7

03 Sep 2010 Montenegro 1–0 Wales
03 Sep 2010 England 4–0 Bulgaria
07 Sep 2010 Bulgaria 0–1 Montenegro
07 Sep 2010 Switzerland 1–3 England
08 Oct 2010 Montenegro 1–0 Switzerland
08 Oct 2010 Wales 0–1 Bulgaria
12 Oct 2010 Switzerland 4–1 Wales
12 Oct 2010 England 0–0 Montenegro
26 Mar 2011 Wales 0–2 England
26 Mar 2011 Bulgaria 0–0 Switzerland
04 Jun 2011 England 2–2 Switzerland
04 Jun 2011 Montenegro 1–1 Bulgaria
02 Sep 2011 Bulgaria 0–3 England
02 Sep 2011 Wales 2–1 Montenegro
06 Sep 2011 Switzerland 3–1 Bulgaria
06 Sep 2011 England 1–0 Wales
07 Oct 2011 Wales 2–0 Switzerland
07 Oct 2011 Montenegro 2–2 England
11 Oct 2011 Bulgaria 0–1 Wales
11 Oct 2011 Switzerland 2–0 Montenegro

1.ENGLAND 8 5 3 0 17- 5 18
2.Montenegro 8 3 3 2 7- 7 12 play-offs
3.Switzerland 8 3 2 3 12-10 11
4.Wales 8 3 0 5 6-10 9
5.Bulgaria 8 1 2 5 3-13 5

Group 8

03 Sep 2010 Iceland 1–2 Norway
03 Sep 2010 Portugal 4–4 Cyprus
07 Sep 2010 Denmark 1–0 Iceland
07 Sep 2010 Norway 1–0 Portugal
08 Oct 2010 Cyprus 1–2 Norway
08 Oct 2010 Portugal 3–1 Denmark
12 Oct 2010 Denmark 2–0 Cyprus
12 Oct 2010 Iceland 1–3 Portugal
26 Mar 2011 Cyprus 0–0 Iceland
26 Mar 2011 Norway 1–1 Denmark
04 Jun 2011 Iceland 0–2 Denmark
04 Jun 2011 Portugal 1–0 Norway
02 Sep 2011 Norway 1–0 Iceland
02 Sep 2011 Cyprus 0–4 Portugal
06 Sep 2011 Denmark 2–0 Norway
06 Sep 2011 Iceland 1–0 Cyprus
07 Oct 2011 Cyprus 1–4 Denmark
07 Oct 2011 Portugal 5–3 Iceland
11 Oct 2011 Norway 3–1 Cyprus
11 Oct 2011 Denmark 2–1 Portugal

1.DENMARK 8 6 1 1 15- 6 19
2.Portugal 8 5 1 2 21-12 16 play-offs
3.Norway 8 5 1 2 10- 7 16
4.Iceland 8 1 1 6 6-14 4
5.Cyprus 8 0 2 6 7-20 2

Group 9

03 Sep 2010 Lithuania 0–0 Scotland
03 Sep 2010 Liechtenstein 0–4 Spain
07 Sep 2010 Czech Republic 0–1 Lithuania
07 Sep 2010 Scotland 2–1 Liechtenstein
08 Oct 2010 Czech Republic 1–0 Scotland
08 Oct 2010 Spain 3–1 Lithuania
12 Oct 2010 Liechtenstein 0–2 Czech
12 Oct 2010 Scotland 2–3 Spain
25 Mar 2011 Spain 2–1 Czech Republic
29 Mar 2011 Czech Republic 2–0 Liechtenstein
29 Mar 2011 Lithuania 1–3 Spain
03 Jun 2011 Liechtenstein 2–0 Lithuania
02 Sep 2011 Lithuania 0–0 Liechtenstein
03 Sep 2011 Scotland 2–2 Czech Republic
06 Sep 2011 Scotland 1–0 Lithuania
06 Sep 2011 Spain 6–0 Liechtenstein
07 Oct 2011 Czech Republic 0–2 Spain
08 Oct 2011 Liechtenstein 0–1 Scotland
11 Oct 2011 Spain 3–1 Scotland
11 Oct 2011 Lithuania 1–4 Czech Republic

1.SPAIN 8 8 0 0 26- 6 24
2.Czech Republic 8 4 1 3 12- 8 13 play-offs
3.Scotland 8 3 2 3 9-10 11
4.Lithuania 8 1 2 5 4-13 5
5.Liechtenstein 8 1 1 6 3-17 4

Playoffs

First Legs
11 Nov 2011 Bosnia & Herzeg. 0–0 Portugal
11 Nov 2011 Turkey 0–3 Croatia
11 Nov 2011 Czech Republic 2–0 Montenegro
11 Nov 2011 Estonia 0–4 Ireland

Second Legs
15 Nov 2011 Portugal 6–2 Bosnia & Herzeg.
15 Nov 2011 Croatia 0–0 Turkey
15 Nov 2011 Montenegro 0–1 Czech Republic
15 Nov 2011 Ireland 1–1 Estonia

Final Tournament (in Poland and Ukraine)
June 8 – July 1, 2012

Poland and Ukraine qualified as hosts.

Stadiums: Warszawa (National Stadium, 56.000)
Gdansk (PGE Arena, 39.000)
Wroclaw (Municipal Stadium, 40.000)
Poznan (Municipal Stadium, 39.500)
Kyiv (Olympic Stadium, 64.000)
Donetsk (Donbass Arena, 49.500)
Kharkiv (Metalist Stadium, 38.000)
Lviv (Arena Lviv, 33.000)

Group A
08 Jun 2012 Poland 1–1 Greece [Warszawa]
[Lewandowski 17; Salpingidis 51]
08 Jun 2012 Russia 4–1 Czech Republic [Wroclaw]
[Dzagoev 15, 79, Shirokov 24, Pavlyuchenko 82;
Pilar 52]
12 Jun 2012 Greece 1–2 Czech Republic [Wroclaw]
[Gekas 53; Jiracek 3, Pilar 6]
12 Jun 2012 Poland 1–1 Russia [Warszawa]
[Blaszczykowski 57; Dzagoev 37]
16 Jun 2012 Czech Republic 1–0 Poland [Wroclaw]
[Jiracek 72]
16 Jun 2012 Greece 1–0 Russia [Warszawa]
[Karagounis 45+2]

1.CZECH REPUBLIC 3 2 0 1 4- 5 6
2.GREECE 3 1 1 1 3- 3 4
3.Russia 3 1 1 1 5- 3 4
4.Poland 3 0 2 1 2- 3 2

Group B
09 Jun 2012 Netherlands 0–1 Denmark [Kharkiv]
[Krohn-Dehli 24]
09 Jun 2012 Germany 1–0 Portugal [Lviv]
[Gomez 72]
13 Jun 2012 Denmark 2–3 Portugal [Lviv]
[Bendtner 41, 80; Pepe 24, Postiga 36,
Varela 87]
13 Jun 2012 Netherlands 1–2 Germany [Kharkiv]
[Van Persie 73; Gomez 24, 38]
17 Jun 2012 Portugal 2–1 Netherlands [Kharkiv]
[Ronaldo 28, 74; Van der Vaart 11]
17 Jun 2012 Denmark 1–2 Germany [Lviv]
[Krohn-Dehli 24; Podolski 19, Bender 80]

1.GERMANY 3 3 0 0 5- 2 9
2.PORTUGAL 3 2 0 1 5- 4 6
3.Denmark 3 1 0 2 4- 5 3
4.Netherlands 3 0 0 3 2- 5 0

Group C
10 Jun 2012 Spain 1–1 Italy [Gdansk]
[Fabregas 64; Di Natale 61]
10 Jun 2012 Ireland 1–3 Croatia [Poznan]
[St Ledger 19; Mandzukic 3, 49, Jelavic 43]
14 Jun 2012 Italy 1–1 Croatia [Poznan]
[Pirlo 39; Mandzukic 72]
14 Jun 2012 Spain 4–0 Ireland [Gdansk]
[Torres 4, 70, Silva 49, Fabregas 83]
18 Jun 2012 Croatia 0–1 Spain [Gdansk]
[Navas 88]
18 Jun 2012 Italy 2–0 Ireland [Poznan]
[Cassano 35, Balotelli 90]

1.SPAIN 3 2 1 0 6- 1 7
2.ITALY 3 1 2 0 4- 2 5
3.Croatia 3 1 1 1 4- 3 4
4.Ireland 3 0 0 3 1- 9 0

Group D
11 Jun 2012 France 1–1 England [Donetsk]
[Nasri 39; Lescott 30]
11 Jun 2012 Ukraine 2–1 Sweden [Kyiv]
[Shevchenko 55, 62; Ibrahimovic 52]
15 Jun 2012 Ukraine 0–2 France [Donetsk]
[Menez 53, Cabaye 56]
15 Jun 2012 Sweden 2–3 England [Kyiv]
[Johnson 49og, Mellberg 59; Carroll 23,
Walcott 64, Welbeck 78]
19 Jun 2012 England 1–0 Ukraine [Donetsk]
[Rooney 48]
19 Jun 2012 Sweden 2–0 France [Kyiv]
[Ibrahimovic 54, Larsson 90+1]

1.ENGLAND 3 2 1 0 5- 3 7
2.FRANCE 3 1 1 1 3- 3 4
3.Ukraine 3 1 0 2 2- 4 3
4.Sweden 3 1 0 2 5- 5 3

Quarterfinals
21 Jun 2012 Czech Republic 0–1 Portugal [Warszawa]
[Ronaldo 79]
22 Jun 2012 Germany 4–2 Greece [Gdansk]
[Lahm 39, Khedira 61, Klose 68, Reus 74;
Samaras 55, Salpingidis 89pen]
23 Jun 2012 Spain 2–0 France [Donetsk]
[Alonso 19, 90+1pen]
24 Jun 2012 England 0–0 Italy [aet, 2-4 pen] [Kyiv]

Semifinals
27 Jun 2012 Portugal 0–0 Spain [aet, 2-4 pen] [Donetsk]
28 Jun 2012 Germany 1–2 Italy [Warszawa]
[Ozil 90+2pen; Balotelli 20, 36]

Final
01 Jul 2012 Spain 4–0 Italy [Kyiv]
[Silva 14, Alba 41, Torres 84, Mata 88]

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