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    July 2, 2014 12:43 AM MDT

    In the end, the winning margin was just one goal; but that result doesnt tell the full story of Italys dominance over Germany in Thursdays semi-final at UEFA EURO 2012. Cheap Jerseys . It was a wonderful performance from the Italians who stunned a lacklustre German side that many, including me, had predicted to win the whole tournament. As a neutral, it was fantastic to watch. There has been much talk during the tournament about a new found dimension to the Italians play under Cesare Prandelli since he took over in the spring of 2010. His side is now unbeaten in 15 competitive matches playing an attractive brand of soccer that keeps them solid in defence, but also gives the freedom to attack. Just a few months ago Mario Balotelli wasnt even assured a place in Italys squad. The doubters were questioning whether he could be relied upon when it really matters. He has answered all the questions that have been asked of him. Its easy to forget that Balotelli is just 21 years old and what he has achieved in his career is already impressive at such a young age. When Mario Balotelli is on his game, he is almost unstoppable. He is good in the air, as shown by his movement and finish on the first goal against Germany. He has incredible power in his shot as we saw when he almost ripped the back off the net when doubling the lead. He has the qualities and potential to be the leading striker in Europe for the next decade. Of course, the knock on Balotelli is his character, but that is where Prandelli deserves great credit. He had faith in Balotelli heading into the tournament and has been repaid. He has managed him well. However, Balotelli is just one piece of an Italian side that has been a joy to watch, led from midfield by the magical maestro Andrea Pirlo. Germany were impressive in qualifying, winning all of their matches. That run continued as they became the only team in UEFA EURO 2012 to take three victories from their three matches in the Group Stage. When their attack clicked into gear to score four goals against Greece in the Quarter Finals, they looked as though they had hit top stride at just the right time. The Germans young squad seemed primed for success, but at times against Italy, Joachim Lows team looked as though they had run out of ideas. It was also strange to see two of the players who had performed so well against Greece left out of the team. Marco Reus and Miroslav Klose played a major role in Germanys best attacking display of the tournament, but Low opted to leave them on the bench against Italy. Ultimately, Germany were outplayed by an Italian side that is a joy to watch. Lows side fell at the semi-final stage for the second consecutive tournament, but the major plus for the Germans is that they have time on their side. The majority of this squad will form the core of their team at the World Cup in Brazil in two years. It has been a wonderful tournament, and Spain against Italy is a final that certainly has the potential to provide a thrilling end to the action in Poland and Ukraine. There are interesting tactical dilemmas for both coaches heading into Sundays showpiece in Kiev. Will Spain coach Vincente Del Bosque play a central striker or go with Cesc Fabregas in the "false nine" position? Our TSN EURO 2012 panel is split on this one. Jason de Vos feels the best way for Spain to nullify Italys threat from midfield is to play Fabregas, while Darren Anderton has been an advocate throughout the tournament of starting Fernando Torres. Del Bosque has surprised us all before in this tournament, but the one player I wouldnt expect to start is Alvaro Negredo. The Sevilla striker was given his chance in the Semi Final against Portugal and it didnt really work, as evidenced by the fact that Del Bosque changed things just after half time and brought Fabregas on in his place. Italy may also have selection choices to make in defence. After an awkward first few minutes, Prandellis team looked relatively untroubled defensively against Germany with Giorgio Chiellini having returned to the side after injury and Federico Balzaretti switching to right back, but there may be other options. Christian Maggio is available again after suspension and it remains to be seen whether Ignazio Abate is fit enough to return. The other question surrounds formation. After such a strong display against Germany, will Prandelli consider returning to the three at the back that he played against Spain when they met earlier in the tournament? I didnt pick Spain and Italy to reach the final ahead of the tournament, but there is no doubt they both deserve to be there. When they met in the opening match of the group stage, it was an enthralling encounter, and the highest quality match of the tournaments opening phase. On Sunday in Kiev, we could be in for a footballing treat. Cheap NFL Jerseys . The Toronto Argonauts head coach needed just one phone call to find a replacement for Chris Jones, who left last month to become the Edmonton Eskimos head coach. Cheap Jerseys From China . You can watch the game live on TSN2 at 7pm et/4pm pt. The Raptors finished the 2012-13 season with a 34-48 record, but have plenty of optimism going forward after finishing 18-18 once the team acquired forward Rudy Gay.SARNIA, Ont. -- Nick Ritchie scored 46 seconds into overtime as the Peterborough Petes slipped past the host Sarnia Sting 2-1 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League play. Eric Cornel forced extra time when he tied the game for the Petes (28-28-5) at 17:57 of the third period. Nickolas Latta gave the Sting (16-39-7) a 1-0 lead 12:03 into the first. Jason Da Silva made 31 saves for Peterborough as Sarnias Taylor Dupuis turned away 38-of-40 shots in a losing cause. The Petes went 0 for 3 on the power play while the Sting failed to score on five chances with the man advantage. --- ICEDOGS 5 WOLVES 2 SUDBURY, Ont. -- Eric Ming had two goals and an assist as Niagara downed the Wolves. Graham Knott, Billy Jenkins and Blake Siebnaler also scored for the IceDogs (20-33-8), who used a four-goal third period to break the game open. Nicholas Baptiste and Connor Crisp scored for Sudbury (31-21-10). Brent Moran made 34 saves for Niagara as Franky Palazzese turned away 36-of-40 shots in defeat. --- FRONTENACS 5 BULLS 2 BELLEVILLE, Ont. -- Ryan Kujawinksi and Darcy Greenoway each had a pair of goals as Kingston toppled the Bulls. Sam Bennett also scored for the Frontenacs (34-22-4) and Henri Ikonen chipped in with two assists. Michael Cramarossa and David Tomasek supplied the scoring for Belleville (19-37-6). Kingstons Matt Mahalak made 45 saves for Kingston as Charlie Graham stopped 28-of-33 shots in a losing cause. --- WHALERS 5 SPITFIRES 0 PLYMOUTH, Mich. -- Francesco Vilardi had two goals and an assist and Alex Nedeljkovic stopped 26 shots as the Whalers blanked Windsor. Matt Mistele scored once and set up two more for Plymouth (25-30-7) while Ryan Hartman and Brook Hiddink had the others. Ryan Foss and Eric Diodati were both a team-worst minus-3 for Windsor (36-23-3). Dalen Kuchmey started in net for the Spitfires and gave up four goals on 34 shots before being relieved by Brendan Johnston, who stopped 2-of-3 shots in 10 minutes of action. wholesale jerseys. --- GREYHOUNDS 2 RANGERS 1 SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. -- Blake Speers goal at 8:04 of the third period stood up as the winner as the Greyhounds slipped past Kitchener. Alex Gudbranson opened the scoring for Sault Ste. Marie (40-16-5) at 10:37 of the first period. Brent Pedersen got the Rangers (22-37-3) on the board with less than two minutes remaining in the third period. Brandon Halverson made 24 saves for the Greyhounds as Kitcheners Jordan DeKort turned away 19-of-21 shots in defeat. --- OTTERS 4 SPIRIT 4 SAGINAW, Ont. -- Michael Curtis scored twice and Oscar Dansk kicked out 32 shots as Erie doubled up the Spirit. Patrick Murphy and Brendan Gaunce also scored for the Otters (46-14-2) and Dylan Strome tacked on two assists. Jimmy Lodge scored once for Saginaw (30-27-5) and also set up Luke Cairns. Jake Paterson turned aside 29-of-33 shots for the Spirit, who lost for the first time in four outings. --- ATTACK 4 STEELHEADS 1 OWEN SOUND, Ont. -- Brandon Hope made 36 saves as the Attack downed Mississauga to end their three-game slide. Brett Hargrave, Kyle Hope, Kyle Platzer and Holden Cook supplied the scoring for Owen Sound (27-26-8). Andrew Goldberg scored for the Steelheads (23-35-4). Mississaugas Spencer Martin turned aside 31-of-34 shots in defeat. -- COLTS 7 67s 1 BARRIE, Ont. -- Andreas Anthanasiou scored three times and Zach Hall assisted on each of them as the Colts crushed Ottawa. Nick Pastorious, Tyson Fawcett, Matthew Kreis and Justin Scott also scored for Barrie (33-26-3) and Brendan Lemieux had two assists. Sam Studnicka scored the lone goal for the 67s (22-35-4). Mackenzie Blackwood made 30 saves for the Colts. Ottawas Philippe Trudeau allowed four goals on 18 shots before giving way to Liam Herbst, who stopped 22-of-25 shots in 34 minutes of relief. ' ' '

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    March 13, 2018 11:05 AM MDT

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    This post was edited by elizabeth kim at March 13, 2018 11:07 AM MDT