Portugal's run to the Uefa Euro 2012™ semifinals has rightly been
accompanied by appreciation of the talents of winger Cristiano Ronaldo,
whose goals, speed, technique and intuition have seen off the
Netherlands and Czech Republic.
But the fast-paced counter-attacks, which will be so crucial to
Portugal's chances against Spain in Wednesday's semifinal in Donetsk,
also rely on the swift directness of the 'other winger' Nani.
The 25-year-old Manchester United forward has learnt how to apply his
lightning speed and clever touches effectively, swapping flanks with
Ronaldo and frequently getting into central positions when his teammate
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