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The UEFA Euro 2008 Final was a football match that took place on 29 June 2008 at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Vienna, Austria, to determine the winner of the UEFA Euro 2008. Spain defeated Germany 1–0 with a 33rd-minute goal from Fernando Torres. This was only the second time in European Championship history that the champions had won every match in the group stage; the other team to do so was France in 1984. Spain were also the first team since Germany in 1996 to win the tournament undefeated. Despite the one-goal margin of victory, it was a fairly dominant performance by Spain.

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  • The UEFA Euro 2008 Final was a football match that took place on 29 June 2008 at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Vienna, Austria, to determine the winner of the UEFA Euro 2008. Spain defeated Germany 1–0 with a 33rd-minute goal from Fernando Torres. This was only the second time in European Championship history that the champions had won every match in the group stage; the other team to do so was France in 1984. Spain were also the first team since Germany in 1996 to win the tournament undefeated. Despite the one-goal margin of victory, it was a fairly dominant performance by Spain.
  • The UEFA Euro 2008 Final was a football match that took place on 29 June 2008 at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Vienna, Austria, to determine the winner of the UEFA Euro 2008. Spain defeated Germany 1–0 with a 33rd-minute goal from Fernando Torres. This was only the second time in European Championship history that the champions had won every match in the group stage; the other team to do so was France in 1984. Spain were also the first team since Germany in 1996 to win the tournament undefeated. Despite the one-goal margin of victory and Germany being a very stubborn and difficult opponent, it was a fairly dominant performance by Spain.
  • The UEFA Euro 2008 Final was a football match in the quadrennial tournament to determine the winner of UEFA Euro 2008. It took place on 29 June 2008 at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Vienna, Austria. Spain defeated Germany 1–0 with a 33rd-minute goal from Fernando Torres. Spain, matched the inaugural distinction of France in 1984 in the European Championship, to succeed in the group stage without a loss. Spain, matched the inaugural distinction of Germany in 1996, to win the tournament undefeated. Although a one-goal victory, Spain dominated.
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  • The UEFA Euro 2008 Final was a football match that took place on 29 June 2008 at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Vienna, Austria, to determine the winner of the UEFA Euro 2008. Spain defeated Germany 1–0 with a 33rd-minute goal from Fernando Torres. This was only the second time in European Championship history that the champions had won every match in the group stage; the other team to do so was France in 1984. Spain were also the first team since Germany in 1996 to win the tournament undefeated. Despite the one-goal margin of victory, it was a fairly dominant performance by Spain. The tournament's closing ceremony was held immediately prior to kickoff, and featured 400 performers, including Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias, singing the tournament's official song, "Can You Hear Me".
  • The UEFA Euro 2008 Final was a football match that took place on 29 June 2008 at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Vienna, Austria, to determine the winner of the UEFA Euro 2008. Spain defeated Germany 1–0 with a 33rd-minute goal from Fernando Torres. This was only the second time in European Championship history that the champions had won every match in the group stage; the other team to do so was France in 1984. Spain were also the first team since Germany in 1996 to win the tournament undefeated. Despite the one-goal margin of victory and Germany being a very stubborn and difficult opponent, it was a fairly dominant performance by Spain. The tournament's closing ceremony was held immediately prior to kickoff, and featured 400 performers, including Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias, singing the tournament's official song, "Can You Hear Me".
  • The UEFA Euro 2008 Final was a football match in the quadrennial tournament to determine the winner of UEFA Euro 2008. It took place on 29 June 2008 at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Vienna, Austria. Spain defeated Germany 1–0 with a 33rd-minute goal from Fernando Torres. Spain, matched the inaugural distinction of France in 1984 in the European Championship, to succeed in the group stage without a loss. Spain, matched the inaugural distinction of Germany in 1996, to win the tournament undefeated. Although a one-goal victory, Spain dominated. The tournament's closing ceremony was held immediately prior to kickoff, and featured 400 performers, including Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias, singing the tournament's official song, "Can You Hear Me".
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