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Press Pass Extra: ESPN Euro Top 40 (40-36)

As ESPN counts down to Euro 2012, a panel of experts has ranked the top 40 European players. In the first of a series of special segments, Raphael Honigstein and Shaka Hislop assess numbers 40-36.

(03:32) | May 24, 2012



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Messi breaks La Liga scoring record-1

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Eredivisie: Ajax's 19-year-old midfielder Ricardo Kishna humiliates a Heerenveen defender with a brilliant piece of skill.

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