The first round of matches in Euro 2012 have finished after Ukraine's success against Sweden last night.
It is fair to say that nobody predicted everything that happened. Many of the favorites slipped up and in general the games were more exciting and attacking, and less conservative than expected.
There were no goalless draws in any of the eight games, and all of the teams have reason to believe that they can still qualify for the knockout stages of the competition.
While some teams and players in particular shone in the first week, others failed and the first four days of the tournament can be summed up by looking at the biggest winners and losers so far.