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** Denmark (1996), Germany (2000) and Greece (2008) failed to go through to the next round. Greece even finished their group stage with ''zero'' points! Denmark and Greece were considered DarkHorseVictory s at the time, but Germany went into HeroicBSOD and massively overhauled the youth system, which started to bear fruits some ten years later and is arguably what's responsible for the current "dynasty" and the CurbStompBattle that was the 2014 world cup.

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** Denmark (1996), Germany (2000) and Greece (2008) failed to go through to the next round. round, Greece even finished finishing their group stage with ''zero'' points! points. Denmark and Greece were considered DarkHorseVictory s {{Dark Horse Victor|y}}ies at the time, but Germany went into HeroicBSOD and massively overhauled the youth system, which started to bear fruits some ten years later and is arguably what's responsible for the current "dynasty" and the CurbStompBattle that was the 2014 world cup.World Cup.


** Denmark (1996), Germany (2000) and Greece (2008) failed to go through to the next round. Greece even finished their group stage with ''zero'' points!

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** Denmark (1996), Germany (2000) and Greece (2008) failed to go through to the next round. Greece even finished their group stage with ''zero'' points!points! Denmark and Greece were considered DarkHorseVictory s at the time, but Germany went into HeroicBSOD and massively overhauled the youth system, which started to bear fruits some ten years later and is arguably what's responsible for the current "dynasty" and the CurbStompBattle that was the 2014 world cup.


* ToughActToFollow: France failed to qualify for the next edition after winning in 1984.

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* ToughActToFollow: In terms of defending champions:
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France failed to qualify for the next edition after winning in 1984.

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* ToughActToFollow: France failed to qualify for the next edition after winning in 1984.
** Denmark (1996), Germany (2000) and Greece (2008) failed to go through to the next round. Greece even finished their group stage with ''zero'' points!


* MemeticMutation: Mario Balotelli's "revealing" goal celebration after his goal against Germany, in the semi-final of the Euro 2012.

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* MemeticMutation: Mario Balotelli's [[ShirtlessScene "revealing" goal celebration celebration]] after his goal against Germany, in the semi-final of the Euro 2012.


* NominalImportance: Name any other player besides Platini who won the Euro 1984 in and for France. He scored 9 goals in this tournament, a record which remains unbeaten.


* NominalImportance: Name any other player besides Platini who won the Euro 1984 in and for France. He scored 9 goals in this tournament, a record which remains unbeaten.

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* NominalImportance: Name any other player besides Platini who won the Euro 1984 in and for France. He scored 9 goals in this tournament, a record which remains unbeaten.unbeaten.
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* NominalImportance: Name any other player besides Platini who won the Euro 1984 in and for France. He scored 9 goals in this tournament, a record that it's still unbeaten.

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* NominalImportance: Name any other player besides Platini who won the Euro 1984 in and for France. He scored 9 goals in this tournament, a record that it's still which remains unbeaten.

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* MemeticMutation: Mario Balotelli's "revealing" goal celebration after his goal against Germany, in the semi-final of the Euro 2012.


* HilariousInHindsight: The fact that the manager for Greece in 2004 is... German. Otto Rehhagel is his name.

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* HilariousInHindsight: The fact that the manager for Greece won in 2004 is... German. 2004. Their manager... Otto Rehhagel is his name.Rehhagel. Yeah, a German coach led Greece to a surprise victory.

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* HilariousInHindsight: The fact that the manager for Greece in 2004 is... German. Otto Rehhagel is his name.

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* NominalImportance: Name any other player besides Platini who won the Euro 1984 in and for France. He scored 9 goals in this tournament, a record that it's still unbeaten.

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