Spain celebrate historic win – Spain have become the first country to win three major tournaments in a row. A 4-0 thrashing of Italy at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev on Sunday confirmed Vicente Del Bosque's team as undisputed kings of world football.
David Silva gives Spain the lead – The Manchester City midfielder opens the scoring for the reigning champions with a 14th minute header.
Double trouble for Italy – Latching onto a sublime through ball from Xavi, Jordi Alba doubles Spain's lead four minutes before halftime.
One-way traffic: Torres makes it 3-0 – Fernando Torres came on as a substitute for Cesc Fabregas to score his country's third goal of the night and his third of the tournament to claim the Euro 2012 Golden Boot.
Mata makes it four – Juan Mata came also came on as a late substitute to complete the rout, receiving a pass from Torres before driving the ball past a helpless Gianluigi Buffon in the Italian goal.
Spanish fans go wild in Madrid – Fans watching the final on a giant screen outside the Bernabeu Stadium celebrate another goal for Spain.
Painful viewing for Italian fans – Italian fans can barely watch as their team are overrun by a rampant Spanish side.
Balotelli bit part – Super Mario couldn't reproduce the magic which helped Italy beat Germany in the semifinal.
Prandelli praises victors – "We came up against a terrific side. They're world champions. Obviously, when you go down to 10 men, the game's over," said Italy coach Cesare Prandelli.
Del Bosque masterminds historic treble – Coach Vicente Del Bosque has overseen Spain's last two wins in major competitions, carrying on the winning habit instilled at Euro 2008 by his predecessor, Luis Aragones.
Spanish PM Rajoy attends final – Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy (center) attends the Euro 2012 final at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev.
Friendly rivalry – Spanish and Italian supporters mingle in Kiev's fan zone before Sunday's big game.