ESPN FC Euro 2012 Podcast: Saving the best for last
Spain complete a tournament hat-trick, rediscovering their swagger in the process. Dan Mason, James Dall, Andy Brassell, James Horncastle and John Brewin wonder whether Del Bosque's team are redrawing the footballing map.
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