The Spanish team thrashed Italy 4-0 and naturally the crowds went wild. While cheers could be heard all over Spain, fireworks lit the skies in Kiev to mark the end of Euro 2012.
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La Roja wins the Euro 2012
At the Euro 2012 final in Kiev, Spain played a magnificent game and will be retaining their title as European champions, with a score of 4-0 against Italy.
As reported on Digital Journal, the Italians tried their best, but La Roja's captain Iker Casillas gave them no chances. The Spaniards took full control of the game and put the final result almost beyond doubt in the 41st minute courtesy of Jordi Alba.
This marks the first European team in history to win three major international tournaments in a row.
The video below shows Spanish fans cheering and dancing in Kiev, Ukraine and also Madrid and other towns and cities in Spain.
The event ended with a spectacular display of fireworks over the Olympic Stadium in Kiev to mark the conclusion of the Euro 2012.
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Video: Spanish fans celebrate their win: