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Guillem Balague says that Spain's quality meant they could play whatever game they wanted and still win.
Guillem blogs on the state of the press pack following a Spanish team that knows how to win a big final.
Guillem blogs on his penalty panic, Spain's striker-less success and a ticking off from King Kenny!
Do Spain need both Sergio Busquets and Xabi Alonso as "pivotes"? Guillem Balague has his say...
Can Spain defeat Portugal in the semi-finals of Euro 2012? Guillem Balague isn't so sure...
Guillem Balague looks at the controversial decision taken by Vicente del Bosque that sealed Spain's victory.
Guillem Balague believes that Spain have the winning mentality to beat France and make the last four.
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