All may have appeared quiet on the Euro 2012 front as Spain and Italy made it through to the quarter-finals.
Things wouldn’t have been as quiet if Leo Bonucci hadn’t grabbed Mario Balotelli’s mouth after the Manchester City striker’s goal against Ireland.
Another man not known for keeping his counsel, Nicklas Bendtner is sure to have plenty to say after UEFA’s version of Judge Judy decided the crime of wearing sponsored pants warranted a €100,000 fine.
Oleg Blokhin says nobody expects Ukraine to fly to the moon ahead of their game against England, which is a shame as they probably would have found one Portuguese commentator still celebrating Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal against The Netherlands.
All that and more in today’s Euro 2012 talk.
Substitute Navas nets but Iker Casillas the hero as he repels Croatian attacks.
Goals from Antonio Cassano and Mario Balotelli see Cesare Prandelli's team through.
The Manchester United striker is fresher than some of his team-mates and is looking to make an instant impact.
The Ukraine boss has attempted to pile the pressure on his opponents by saying ‘nobody expects us to fly to the moon.’
The Denmark striker has been fined €100,000 and suspended for one international match after displaying a sponsor logo on his underpants.
Slaven Bilic was proud of his side despite seeing them exit the tournament (HRT)
Nuno Metas of Antena 1 gets a little bit excited over Portugal’s winning goal (101greatgoals.com)
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- Ukraine v England: A tactical analysis and look back on key battles
- England 1-0 Ukraine: Goal line controversy as England top Group D
- Video chat with Oleksandr Sereda on Ukraine, Shevchenko and England
- Oleg Blokhin believes pressure is all on England ahead of Group D decider
- Ukraine and France match suspended following torrential rain
- Ukraine 0-2 France: Menez and Cabaye score as Laurent Blanc's side impress
- Andriy Shevchenko rolls back the years to create Ukrainian history
- Euro 2012 Talk: Dzagoev points bonanza, Kuba's stunner, Kiev quiet
- Sweden need to follow 'The way of Zlatan' if they are to bounce back
- STV Sports Daily at the Euros: Organised England, Sheva the hero