Spain trounced Italy 4-0 in the European Championship final on Sunday, retaining its title and extending its reign as the best team in world football.
Goals from David Silva and Jordi Alba in the first half gave Spain a convincing lead. Fernando Torres and fellow substitute Juan Mata added goals in the last six minutes.
Iker Casillas is on the verge of winning his 100th international match, becoming the first player ever to reach this milestone.
Fernando Torres becomes the first ever player to score in two different European Championship finals.
Spain record first ever win by a 4-goal margin in a European Championship or World Cup final. Only Brazil in 1958 scored more goals in a final (5).