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European Football Championship


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CIS v Germany
Live coverage from
Norrkoping of the Group 2 match between the Commonwealth of Independent States, formerly the USSR, and world champions Germany.
The Germans are the only team to have twice been crowned
European champions, and were also finalists in 1976. But they attempt the hat-trick without injured World Cup skipper Lothar Matthaus.
The Soviet Union won the first
European Championship 32 years ago and have been runners-up three times, including a 2-0 defeat by Holland in the final four years ago.
Also tonight, highlights of and reaction to Scotland's first ever match in the European
Championship finals against defending champions Holland this afternoon in Gothenburg. Commentary by John Motson and Barry Davies. Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Bob Wilson and Alan Hansen.
● EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: pull out and keep your 16-page supplement guide from the centre of this week's magazine.


Unknown: Lothar Matthaus.
Commentary By: John Motson
Commentary By: Barry Davies.
Introduced By: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Bob Wilson
Unknown: Alan Hansen.

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European Football Championship

BBC One London, 12 June 1992 19.00

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