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Skysports.com looks back at the Top Ten footballing moments of 2008.
In the wake of Euro 2008, skysports.com ponders whether England are an underachieving team.
Martin Tyler rounds off his Euro diary by hailing winners Spain, small men who made giant strides.
With a memorable Euro 2008 done and dusted, we inspect your final Hot or Not ratings.
Reece Killworth salutes Fernando Torres after his goal won Euro 2008 for Spain.
The time arrives for Skysports.com to round-up the best and the worst of the action from Euro 2008.
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