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Relive the excitement of UEFA Euro 2012

This three DVD set includes the Official Review of UEFA Euro 2012 DVD (3 hours), the Final Game (Spain vs. Italy) DVD and All the Goals DVD.

The UEFA EURO 2012 Official Review DVD captures the competitions best moments as well as revealing all the twists and turns as they unfold. From the opening game to the spectacular final when Spain swept away their final opponent and overpowered Italy 4-0, every match and all the best moments are featured in this comprehensive three hour DVD.

The Final Game DVD is the complete final match from the pre-game festivities to the trophy-lift. Re-live every goal, every save and every minute.

All the Goals DVD lets you relive all 76 goals of the tournament. Each and every goal from what turned out to be the most exciting tournament in the modern era. Six players scored three goals, 10 players scored two goals, 37 players scored one goal, and only one own goal was scored. Now you can relive every one of them, all the build-up and replays from multiple angles to really get inside the game.

This set is a total of 5 hours and 23 minutes of incredible UEFA Euro 2012 action.


Este juego de tres DVDs incluye un disco con la Reseña Oficial de la Eurocopa 2012 (3 horas), un disco con la Gran Final entre España e Italia y otro con todos los goles. El DVD con la Reseña Oficial captura los mejores momentos conforme se fueron presenta

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