Italy vs. Spain Live Stream: Breaking Down Ways to Watch Euro 2012 Final
The 2012 European Championship's final match is now upon us, with No. 1 Spain and a surging Italy team set to square off in this battle of epic proportions.
If you don't have a television to watch this epic match, have no fear.
This year's match will be televised on ESPN, yet they will also be streaming the game online. For the people who choose to go online, the game will be on WatchESPN.com and will be shown in HD resolution. So for anyone catching the game on television and needing the HD experience, online is not a bad option.
The Italians will bring their elegant style to the pitch when they meet Spain the 2012 European Championship final, as Andrea Pirlo will be leading his surging troops in the contest.
Meanwhile, La Furia Roja hope to assert their dominance and prove just why this is the No. 1 team in football.
Spain has won eight of its last 13 matches and all but two matches in this Euro Cup. The Spanish tied Italy in their first match of the tourney 1-1 and tied with Portugal in the semifinals before topping them in penalty kicks.
Whether considered a win or draw in the books, it is more important to consider that this team has had scoring woes at times.
It will be integral for Italy to take advantage of Spain's play and put plenty of ball pressure on their midfield and back line. Portugal did not score but created a plethora of opportunities by giving the defense a nightmare in the back.
As for Spain, La Furia Roja need to get Italy out of their flow.
This is a team that comes off a 2-0 win over a tenacious Germany side, as they were able to push around the German defense. Sergio Ramos and Gerard Pique's play in the back will be integral against Mario Balotelli, Pirlo and a star-studded attack.
Expect a nail-biter of a contest between these two sides, with Italy getting the best of Spain in extra time, 2-1.
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