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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, June 28, 2012
[SPAIN-PORTUGAL REPORT CARD] Spain closed to within a game of retaining its European Championship title by eliminating Portugal, 4-2, on penalty kicks after 120 goalless minutes Wednesday in their Euro 2012 semifinal in Donetsk. Read the whole story
[BY THE NUMBERS] After the first two dates of group play, Euro 2012 was on course to break the record for goalscoring since the current format that included group play was adopted in 1980. But scoring has plummeted in the knockout phase, leaving the Euro 2012 scoring average at 2.38 ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] The Euro 2012 semifinals conclude Thursday in Warsaw, where Germany faces Italy. For the complete television schedule ... Read the whole story
[EURO 2012 VIEWING] Euro 2012 concludes Sunday when Spain and Italy meet in the final in Kiev (TV: ESPN, ESPN3, ESPN Deportes, 2:45 p.m. ET). Let us know at what establishment you will be watching so your fellow fans can join in the fun ... Read the whole story
[MLS TRANSACTIONS] Wednesday marked the opening of the North America summer transfer window, meaning MLS clubs are free to sign players from overseas or activate players signed in the spring. Italian Marco Di Vaio finally made his debut for the Montreal Impact in its 3-0 loss to Toronto FC, while ... Read the whole story
[WEEK 17] Toronto FC picked up its first win since since Paul Mariner took over for Aron Winter as head coach with a 3-0 win at the Montreal Impact. The win was just the second in 14 games and first on the road in seven games for TFC, which got ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"We had this plan and if it would have been 4-4 and he would taken the last penalty we would be talking in a different way."-- Portugal coach Paulo Bento tries to explain why he appointed Cristiano Ronaldo to take the fifth and final shot in the shootout against Spain, which resulted in his best player not getting a chance to shoot because Spain clinched a 4-2 win with the ninth shot of the tiebreaker. (Reuters) ...More

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