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The first one from Lytovchenko was initially blocked, but with quick reactions he beat Franco Baresi to the ball to fire the second shot into the far corner.

The second from Protasov was a looping shot which floated over Zenga for a 2—0 victory. It would be the Soviet Union's fourth appearance in a European Championship final.

The final was played on 25 June between the Soviet Union , in what would turn out to be the nation's last European Championship match, and the Netherlands at the Olympiastadion in Munich.

The Dutch won the match 2—0, with goals by captain Ruud Gullit and tournament top scorer Marco van Basten.

Hans van Breukelen blocked a low penalty shot of Igor Belanov. Van Basten's goal would later be described as one of the greatest goals in the history of the European Championships.

Seven countries had to qualify for the final stage. West Germany qualified automatically as hosts of the event.

The holders, France , failed to qualify. Fourth officials. The teams finishing in the top two positions in each of the two groups progress to the semi-finals, while the bottom two teams in each group were eliminated from the tournament.

If two or more teams finished level on points after completion of the group matches, the following tie-breakers were used to determine the final ranking:.

In the knockout phase, extra time and a penalty shoot-out were used to decide the winner if necessary. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Italic indicates host for that year. This list is incomplete ; you can help by expanding it. Rheinstadion , Düsseldorf.

Referee: Keith Hackett England. Niedersachsenstadion , Hanover. Referee: Bep Thomas Netherlands. Parkstadion , Gelsenkirchen.

Referee: Bob Valentine Scotland. Waldstadion , Frankfurt. Referee: Erik Fredriksson Sweden. Olympiastadion , Munich. Referee: Michel Vautrot France.

Müngersdorfer Stadion , Cologne. Referee: Bruno Galler Switzerland. Source: UEFA. Neckarstadion , Stuttgart. Referee: Siegfried Kirschen East Germany.

Referee: Dieter Pauly West Germany. Referee: Paolo Casarin Italy. Referee: Horst Brummeier Austria. Volksparkstadion , Hamburg. Referee: Ioan Igna Romania.

Referee: Alexis Ponnet Belgium. Attendance: 62, [8]. Marco van Basten. Oleh Protasov Rudi Völler. The Guardian. Retrieved 24 June BBC Sport.

Retrieved 23 October Haymarket Media Group. Retrieved 24 August Retrieved 17 June Union of European Football Associations.

Archived from the original on 17 August Retrieved 26 December Retrieved 18 March UEFA Euro Tango Europa ball Berni mascot Euro'88 video game.

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Der Vize-Weltmeister-Trainer von Rinus Michels hatte die Mannschaft erneut übernommen, nachdem sie in den Qualifikationen zu den internationalen Turnieren seit gescheitert waren.

Ray Houghton erzielte im Stuttgarter Neckarstadion bereits in der 6. Minute den Siegtreffer. Die Niederlande wären damit vorzeitig aus dem Turnier ausgeschieden.

In der Kapitän Lothar Matthäus verwandelte diesen in der Minute gegen den niederländischen Torwart Hans van Breukelen.

Minute verwandelte Ronald Koeman diesen Elfmeter und markierte somit den Ausgleich. Minute und Oleh Protassow Minute mit Toren. Italien schien die gesamte Spieldauer chancenlos.

Die Niederlande übernahmen zu Spielbeginn die Initiative. Dieser Treffer gilt als eines der schönsten Tore aller Zeiten. Minute hielt Hans van Breukelen einen von ihm selbst verursachten Foulelfmeter, und die Niederlande gewannen den Europameistertitel.

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Gelbe Karten. Hamburg Volksparkstadion. Frankfurt am Main.

Nicht nur aufgrund des erwähnten Treffers. Anbieter- und Zahlungsinformationen. Minute hielt Hans van Breukelen einen von ihm selbst verursachten Foulelfmeter, und die Hh Lotto gewannen den Europameistertitel. Samstag, Versand: EUR 2, Buchrücken lichtverfärbt. Original-Kunstleder, 23x31cm, Zustand: 3. Goldener Schuh. Gerz, Alfons: Pocker Regeln Euro Abbildungen u. Sparen mit WOW! Mit Siegen über Dänemark und Spanien zog man aber dann doch relativ souverän ins Halbfinale ein. Salzburg Studies in English Literature. Literary Cognates.

England started strongly with Lineker hitting a post and Glenn Hoddle striking the post with a free-kick. The English defence, weakened by the absence of Terry Butcher , conceded the first of three goals to Marco van Basten on 44 minutes.

Van Basten turned Butcher's replacement Tony Adams and beat Peter Shilton — playing his th game for England — to give his side a 1—0 lead.

England rallied after the break. Lineker and Bryan Robson exchanged a kick one-two pass allowing Robson to burst into the box and lift the ball over Hans van Breukelen after 53 minutes.

The score remained until Van Basten turned Tony Adams inside out to finish from 18 yards on 71 minutes. The striker pounced from close-range after a corner to seal a 3—1 win four minutes later.

The Irish and Soviets led the group after two games through a 1—1 draw in Hanover. Ronnie Whelan scored a spectacular left foot volley from 18 yards to put the Irish into the lead.

Oleh Protasov equalised with a low shot as the Soviet exerted late pressure. Needing to defeat the Irish to progress, the Dutch won the game 1—0 through a late Wim Kieft goal.

The ball deflected into his path and he delivered a looping header which spun into the right corner of the Irish net with nine minutes remaining just after Paul McGrath hit a Dutch post with a header.

In the other game the Soviets soundly thrashed England. A mistake from Hoddle allowed Sergei Aleinikov to score after three minutes.

Adams equalised and England had chances to go ahead, but a goal before half time and late in the game assured the Soviet Union would finish in first place in the group.

The first semi-final was significant as rivals West Germany played the Netherlands. The game was tight, and the West Germans broke the deadlock on 55 minutes with a Matthäus penalty after a foul on Klinsmann.

The lead was held for 20 minutes until Jürgen Kohler brought down Van Basten. Ronald Koeman converted the spot-kick to level the match.

With the match headed for extra time a through ball caught the Germans out and Van Basten finished clinically with a shot as he slid along the floor, beating the goal keeper and Kohler to the ball in the 88th minute for a 2—1 win.

It gave the Dutch their first competitive victory against the Germans and the first appearance in the competition's final. The victory was marred by the reaction of Dutch defender Koeman who wiped the shirt of Olaf Thon, given to him after the match, on his backside in front of the German fans.

The player apologised afterwards. The other semi-final was another unpredictable result. Italy were strong favourites to reach the final and had beaten the Soviets 4—1 in a friendly just two months earlier.

Despite controlling the play and having the majority of the chances, the Italians were undone by poor finishing, and a strong, tough opposition who sought to stop their more skillful opponents playing through hard tackles and a defensive strategy.

The hard work-rate of the Soviets paid off and in just four second half minutes, counter-attacks saw two goals from Hennadiy Lytovchenko and Oleg Protasov.

The first one from Lytovchenko was initially blocked, but with quick reactions he beat Franco Baresi to the ball to fire the second shot into the far corner.

The second from Protasov was a looping shot which floated over Zenga for a 2—0 victory. It would be the Soviet Union's fourth appearance in a European Championship final.

The final was played on 25 June between the Soviet Union , in what would turn out to be the nation's last European Championship match, and the Netherlands at the Olympiastadion in Munich.

The Dutch won the match 2—0, with goals by captain Ruud Gullit and tournament top scorer Marco van Basten.

Hans van Breukelen blocked a low penalty shot of Igor Belanov. Van Basten's goal would later be described as one of the greatest goals in the history of the European Championships.

Seven countries had to qualify for the final stage. West Germany qualified automatically as hosts of the event. The holders, France , failed to qualify.

Fourth officials. The teams finishing in the top two positions in each of the two groups progress to the semi-finals, while the bottom two teams in each group were eliminated from the tournament.

If two or more teams finished level on points after completion of the group matches, the following tie-breakers were used to determine the final ranking:.

In the knockout phase, extra time and a penalty shoot-out were used to decide the winner if necessary. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Italic indicates host for that year. This list is incomplete ; you can help by expanding it. Rheinstadion , Düsseldorf. Referee: Keith Hackett England.

Niedersachsenstadion , Hanover. Referee: Bep Thomas Netherlands. Parkstadion , Gelsenkirchen. Referee: Bob Valentine Scotland.

Waldstadion , Frankfurt. Referee: Erik Fredriksson Sweden. Olympiastadion , Munich. Referee: Michel Vautrot France.

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Frankfurt am Main. Hannover Niedersachsenstadion. Gelsenkirchen Parkstadion. Düsseldorf Rheinstadion. Köln Müngersdorfer Stadion.

Frankfurt am Main Waldstadion. Stuttgart Neckarstadion. München Olympiastadion. Deutschland Bundesrepublik BR Deutschland.

Italien Italien. Spanien Spanien. Danemark Dänemark. Sowjetunion UdSSR. Niederlande Niederlande. Irland Irland.

England England. Juni in Hamburg Volksparkstadion.

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