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UEFA charges Spain, Russia over fans’ racist abuse


UEFA has charged the Spanish and Russian football associations for racist chants by fans at the European Championship.

Football: Eusebio taken to hospital

Portugal football legend Eusebio was taken to hospital here on Saturday evening after falling ill at the team hotel, the country's football federation said on its website.

It is the fourth time this

Jesus Navas rescues Spain, Croatia bow out


Defending champions Spain are into the quarter-finals of Euro 2012 after replacement Jesus Navas hit the late winner in their nervy 1-0 victory over Croatia, who bowed out on Monday.

Spain qualify as

Italy down Ireland to reach quarter-finals


Antonio Cassano and Mario Balotelli scored the goals as Italy beat 10-man Ireland 2-0 at the Municipal Stadium here on Monday to reach the Euro 2012 quarter-finals.

Spain's 1-0 win over Croatia meant

Euro 2012: Champions Spain thrash Ireland to top group

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Defending champions Spain are on course for the Euro 2012 quarterfinals after their 4-0 thrashing of Ireland on Thursday put them top of Group C with the Irish bowing out.

For all their endeavour in

Euro 2012: Mandzukic strikes again as Croats hold Italy


Mario Mandzukic's third goal of Euro 2012 saw Croatia come from behind to draw 1-1 with Italy in their Group C match here on Thursday.

Andrea Pirlo had given the Italians the lead in the first-half

Czechs beat Greeks to Euro 2012 campaign alive


The Czech Republic kept alive their hopes of reaching the Euro 2012 quarterfinals as they beat Greece 2-1 in their Group A clash here on Tuesday.

The Czechs made a dream start scoring twice in the op

Euro 2012: Irish come up short against Croatia


Croatia dealt a major blow to Ireland's hopes of reaching the Euro quarter-finals beating them 3-1 in their Group C opener here on Sunday, with Mario Mandzukic scoring a double.

Keenly aware that on

Greeks hope fighting spirit will knock out Czechs


Greece hope that a repetition of the fighting spirit that saw them come from behind to draw 1-1 with Euro 2012 co-hosts Poland in the opening match will be enough to beat the Czech Republic tomorrow.

Former Polish President Lech Walesa hospitalised


Lech Walesa, the anti-communist dissident who founded Solidarity in Poland, has been hospitalised in his hometown of Gdansk, officials said on Thursday.

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