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It doesn’t have to end like this…

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A major tournament usually means an inevitably underwhelming and disappointing exit, often via a penalty shoot-out, but it doesn’t always have to be like this. Should the Three Lions progress from the Group Stage, there’s a good chance they’ll meet Spain. How better to get the patriotic blood-pumping with one of our favourite moments from Euro ’96 – Psycho’s penalty against the Spaniards.

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