EURO 2012 SEMI-FINAL MATCHES - EURO 2012 FINAL TICKETS

Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal

EURO 2012 SEMI-FINAL MATCHES

Just Portugal, Spain, Germany and Italy are left to fight it out for the title. The two Iberian neighbors will kick off the semifinal action on Wednesday, AND Germany will face the Italians on Thursday.

Portugal finished second in Group B behind Germany. After losing to the Germans 1-0, they rebounded by beating Denmark 3-2 and the Netherlands 2-1. In the quarterfinals, they defeated the Czech Republic 1-0 due to a header from Ronaldo, who has scored Portugal’s last three goals.

Spain has yet to lose a game at Euro 2012 – they have only conceded one goal, which came in their 1-1 draw against Italy. Since then, they have delivered three straight shutouts, easily dispatching Ireland (4-0), Croatia (1-0) and France (2-0).

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Mario Ballotelli, Italy and Manchester City

Mario Balotelli scored a winning goal in Italy’s defeat of England. Ballotelli and Joe Hart spent an hour together after the game as they were randomly selected by UEFA for drug testing. At 2 am, they were still locked in a room together.

Daniele De Rossi, Italy

In Italy’s first two games of Euro 2012, De Rossi featured as a defender rather than his normal role in central midfield.

Andrea Pirlo, Italy and Juventus

The Juve midfielder is unbeaten in over a year in club football and he has carried his superb form into Euro 2012. Reportedly he is Italy’s most important player – he can do absolutely everything.

Mesut Ozil, Germany and Real Madrid

Germany playmaker and Real Madrid star, Mesut Ozil, is developing a reputation for opening up the tightest of defences. He has improved steadily over Germany’s three games and is nearing the kind of form you need to win a major trophy.

Bastian Schweinsteiger, Germany and Bayern Munich

The German and Bayern Munich vice captain has played a number of key roles in Euro 2012, setting the tone for the rest of the team in terms of professionalism. The Germany midfielder has declared himself fit and available for selection for Thursday’s Euro 2012 semi-final showdown with Italy.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal and Real Madrid
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Real Madrid’s Ronaldo is playing well in matches against Germany and Denmark and he deserves his reputation as one of the best players in the world.
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Pepe, Portugal and Real Madrid
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Real Madrid’s Pepe has been the strong man for Portugal in Euro 2012. The 29-year-old has been a rock at the back in what many regard as the best Portuguese team of all-time. He has done all the dirty work you would expect of any top class defender. He is a positive and leading influence.
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Xavi, Spain
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“No other player in the competition is as influential or as skillful at dictating the pace and tempo of a match.”
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Sergio Ramos, Spain and Real Madrid
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The Real Madrid defender has been a star for La Roja at Euro 2012. He plays as centre-half for his club team, however he is usually deployed at right for Spaint. Like Pepe, he is playing with quiet power – almost unoticed.
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David Silva, Spain and Manchester City
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Silva drifts between midfield and the final third. He has been involved with practically every single goal La Roja have scored in the competition.
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Andres Iniesta, Spain
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Doing the damage for Spain “there is no one better at the role in world football” – always choosing the right pass, regardless of whether it denies him a goal or not.
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