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ESPNsoccernet Press Pass: 2 July 2012

Andrew Orsatti is joined by Steve Nicol, Janusz Michallik and Shaka Hislop as they look back at Spain’s emphatic victory over Italy to win their third major tournament in a row. Plus they ask whether Spain could be the best national team ever.

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