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Top Ten: moments of 2008
Top Ten: moments of 2008 Features

Top Ten: moments of 2008

Skysports.com looks back at the Top Ten footballing moments of 2008.

McClaren's mistake Features

McClaren's mistake

In the wake of Euro 2008, skysports.com ponders whether England are an underachieving team.

Tyler's Diary - Part 7 Features

Tyler's Diary - Part 7

Martin Tyler rounds off his Euro diary by hailing winners Spain, small men who made giant strides.

Euro Hot or Not Features

Euro Hot or Not

With a memorable Euro 2008 done and dusted, we inspect your final Hot or Not ratings.

Torr de force! Features

Torr de force!

Reece Killworth salutes Fernando Torres after his goal won Euro 2008 for Spain.

Spain conquer Europe Features

Spain conquer Europe

Have your say on what was a glorious night for the Spanish in Vienna.

Euro memories Features

Euro memories

The time arrives for Skysports.com to round-up the best and the worst of the action from Euro 2008.

Hot or not? Features

Hot or not?

During Euro 2008 we will be giving you the chance to rate player performance at every game.

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Chelsea cruise into last 16

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Messi breaks record in Barca win

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City duo hail Aguero

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Wenger comes out fighting

Arsene Wenger has hit back at criticism from shareholder Alisher Usmanov, telling him: we stick together at Arsenal.

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Champions League: Chelsea’s five-star show at Schalke suggests they could be unstoppable at home and in Europe

Champions League: Chelsea’s five-star show at Schalke suggests they could be unstoppable at home and in Europe

They were trying to whip up an atmosphere in the Veltins Arena. The crowd were lively and the team were making the right noises. Roberto di Matteo spoke of showing no sentiment but the thought of the former coach putting one over on his old club offered a tempting narrative.

Champions League: Dimitar Berbatov still a contradiction as he makes return to Bayer Leverkusen with Monaco

Champions League: Dimitar Berbatov still a contradiction as he makes return to Bayer Leverkusen with Monaco

It’s eight years since Dimitar Berbatov played at the BayArena. He scored the winner for Tottenham that night and yet more remarkable was the scene that greeted his substitution. The applause of the Spurs fans was drowned out by the reception he received from Bayer Leverkusen supporters.