VIENNA, June 30 (Reuters) - It was only fitting that Euro 2008 signed off with a classic final after three weeks of consistently high-quality, attacking, entertaining football that
helped make it one of the best tournaments for years.
Only a few games, most obviously the Spain v Italy
quarter-final, were strangled by fear of failure and in Spain's
case, having lost so regularly at that stage, that was
Otherwise there was a real commitment to attack, from all
areas, and Spain's final ...