Skysports.com looks back at the Top Ten footballing moments of 2008.
In the wake of Euro 2008, skysports.com ponders whether England are an underachieving team.
Martin Tyler rounds off his Euro diary by hailing winners Spain, small men who made giant strides.
With a memorable Euro 2008 done and dusted, we inspect your final Hot or Not ratings.
Reece Killworth salutes Fernando Torres after his goal won Euro 2008 for Spain.
Have your say on what was a glorious night for the Spanish in Vienna.
The time arrives for Skysports.com to round-up the best and the worst of the action from Euro 2008.
Martin bids farewell to Guus and Fatih, stays mainly away from the rain and is left marvelling at Spain.
James Pearson analyses Spain's chances of being crowned European champions.
Lewis Rutledge does not feel Germany can go on to lift the trophy after an unconvincing win over Turkey.
Englandwatch muses over what our fallen stars should be singing on the karaoke this summer.
For the first time, football fans from across the globe will have a say on who will be crowned Euro 2008 Player of the Tournament.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has conceded his admiration for Andrei Ashavin.
With the quarter-finals of Euro 2008 now complete, we inspect your Hot or Not ratings.
Nick Hext believes Cesc Fabregas has proved his worth to Spain in their victory on penalties over Italy.
As the last of the Euro 2008 quarter-finals arrives, an Englandwatch blast from the past has been necessary.
Mark Buckingham is in awe of Andrei Arshavin after the Russian's display against the Dutch.
Ben Collins is confident Luka Modric will set the Premier League alight.
Martin Tyler marvels at Russia, meets his hero and sees Cristiano Ronaldo depart Euro 2008.
James Dall feels Germany are peaking at just the right time as they progressed to the semi-finals of Euro 2008.