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Euro '08 Ratings Leaders
by Paul Kennedy, June 30th, 2008 7AM

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[TOP 20] Euro '08 champion Spain led all teams with eight players among the top 20 ratings leaders, based on the Soccer America Report Cards compiled by Soccer America's editors. Italy goalie Gianluigi Buffon edged Spain forward David Villa for first place. For all the final ratings leaders ...

Note: Minimum of three games

AVG. PLAYER (TEAM)
7.50 Gianluigi Buffon (Italy-goalkeeper)

7.25 David Villa (Spain-forward)

7.00 Artur Boruc (Poland-goalkeeper)
7.00 Daniele De Rossi (Italy-defensive midfielder)
7.00 Marcos Senna (Spain-defensive midfielder)
7.00 Wesley Sneijder (Netherlands-playmaker)
7.00 Edwin van der Sar (Netherlands-goalkeeper)

6.75 Danijel Pranjic (Croatia-left back)

6.67 Luka Modric (Croatia-playmaker)
6.67 Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal-right wing)
6.67 Giovanni van Bronckhorst
(Netherlands-left back)
6.67 Hakan Yakin (Switzerland-attacking midfielder)

6.60 Fernando Torres (Spain-forward)

6.50 Xabi Alonso (Spain-defensive midfielder)
6.50 Andreas Iniesta (Spain-right wing)
6.50 Semih Senturk (Turkey-forward)

6.40 Iker Casillas (Spain-goalkeeper)
6.40 Carlos Marchena (Spain-central defender)
6.40 Roman Pavlyuchenko (Russia-forward)
6.40 David Silva (Spain-left wing)
6.40 Xavi (Spain-playmaker)

 

 



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