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Euro 2012 quiz answers 1-50

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The original questions are here if you need to see them.

1. She sings Endless Summer, official song of the tournament

2. The Uefa General Secretary who first came up with the idea of the tournament, but died before the inaugural one began

3. Paul Gascoigne

4. Spain won 1-0, Fernando Torres scored

5. Howard Webb

6. Chelsea’s Peter Cech and Arsenal’s Tomas Rosicky

7. 1960

8. Paris (1960, 1984) and Rome (1968, 1980)

9. A) 1992, B) 2008, C) 1996

10. Frank Lampard, heading in a David Beckham free-kick

11. It was the first golden goal in a major tournament

12. France captain Michel Platini

13. Xavi of Spain

14. Adidas – it’s the Tango 12

15. Wojciech Szczensy

16. With a coin-toss. Italy called correctly and went on to win the tournament

17. Paul McStay, Brian McClair and Gary McAllister

18. Kiev

19. A) Iker Casillas at Euro 2008, B) Didier Deschamps at Euro 2000, C) Jurgen Klinsmann at Euro ’96, D) Ruud Gullit at Euro ’88

20. Wayne Rooney (4 goals) 21. Semis in 1968 (Yugoslavia) and 1996 (Germany)

22. Sylvain Wiltord

23. John Ruddy (who withdrew because of injury) and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (who has since made his debut)

24. Six

25. Savo Milosevic and Patrick Kluivert

26. France

27. Tony Adams against the Soviet Union

28. Krakow

29. Germany/West Germany

30. Alan Shearer

31. 129 – so 124 to 134 gets you the point (correct as of 1 June)

32. One, in 1988

33. Montenegro

34. Paul Ince

35. Rob Green of West Ham and Birmingham’s Jack Butland who also spent time on loan at Cheltenham

36. Cardiff

37. Poland

38. They are two of

the assistant referees,

or linesmen, provided

by England

39. Italy playmaker Andrea Pirlo, because his passes frequently set up scoring opportunities

40. They all play for clubs within their home nation

41. A3, B5, C1, D2, E4

42. By working as a PE teacher

43. 24 out of 53 Uefa member associations

44. Gerd Muller

45. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar

46. Belgium

47. Miroslav Klose, with 63 in 115 appearances (correct as of 1 June)

48. Antonin Panenka

49. Peter Schmeichel and Edwin Van Der Sar

50. Aiden McGeady (Spartak Moscow) and Robbie Keane (LA Galaxy)

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