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Euro 2012 quiz answers 51-100

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51. Two

52. Pearce: H9, Beckham: A7, Southgate: H5

53. One

54. Jack Butland

55. The Confederations Cup, where they play the World Cup winners and the champions of other continents

56. His own, from the season before – when he scored 53

57. Blackburn, Fulham, Liverpool and West Brom

58. Commonwealth of Independent States

59. Seven (Poland, Portugal, England, Ukraine, Sweden, Ireland, Croatia)

60. None

61. Belgium (co-host Holland reached the semis)

62. Greece and Ukraine

63. Reading modern literary fiction. He’s especially fond of American heavyweights Updike, Bellow and Roth

64. Spain in 1980

65. 1960

66. A) Cesc Fabregas, B) Mesut Ozil, C) Cristiano Ronaldo, D) Robin Van Persie

67. 29

68. He was sent off

69. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Rob Green (born 18 January 1980, four months before Steven Gerrard)

70. France

71. Joe Hart, Joleon Lescott and James Milner from City, Phil Jones, Ashley Young, Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck from United

72. 1992

73. Russia

74. Just one, in 1976: Czechoslovakia beat West Germany 5-3 after a 2-2 draw

75. Goaliath

76. Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni

77. 1984

78. None

79. Spain in 1964

80. France and Holland – seven each

81. Switzerland, United Arab Emirates and Finland

82. Three

83. One: just Wembley

84. Gary Neville (11)

85. Angelos Charisteas

86. Republic Of Ireland with 19

87. Darius Vassell – he took the seventh penalty against Portugal in Euro 2004. Keeper Ricardo saved it, then Ricardo immediately scored one himself to knock England out. Vassell never played for England again.

88. Holland and Germany

89. Holland, Denmark, Germany and Portugal

90. Alan Shearer (7), Thierry Henry, Patrick Kluivert, Ruud van Nistelrooy (all 6), Milan Baros, Jurgen Klinsmann, Savo Milosevic (all 5).

91. Four: John Terry, Ashley Cole, Steven Gerrard, Wayne Rooney

92. 18lb

93. Luka Modric, Nikica Jelavic, Niko Kranjcar

94. None

95. A) Davor Suker’s chip for Croatia vs Denmark at Euro ’96, B) Ronnie Whelan’s volley for Republic Of Ireland vs USSR at Euro ’88, C) Karel Poborsky’s lob for Czech Republic vs Portugal at Euro ’96, D) Paul Gascoigne’s spectacular effort for England vs Scotland at Euro ’96

96. A) Mark Hateley, England; B) Paul Breitner, Germany; C) Ruud Gullit, Holland; D) Rudi Voller, Germany; E) Abel Xavier, Portugal; F) Chris Waddle, England; G) Carles Puyol, Spain; H) Tony Daley, England

97. Alan Smith

98. Denmark

99. One: Dutch captain Ruud Krol during a brief stint with Vancouver Whitecaps after leaving Ajax and before joining Napoli

100. A) Denmark, B) Croatia, C) Poland, D) Greece, E) Russia, F) Ukraine

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