Spain win on penalties to reach final
28 June 2012, 07:47
Cesc Fabregas struck the winning spot kick as holders Spain beat
Portugal 4-2 on penalties after their Uefa Euro 2012™ semifinal ended
goalless after extra time on Wednesday.
Spain keeper Iker Casillas saved Joao Moutinho's opening penalty
then Bruno Alves hit the bar to eventually open the door for substitute
Fabregas, who scored via the post.
World champions Spain have reached a third consecutive major tournament
final, which will be played in Kiev on Sunday, equalling the record set
by West Germany in the early 1970s.
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