A round up of the points won in the final and semi-finals
Adventurous full-back Jordi Alba was the top points scoring player in the final Game Phase of Euro 2012, scoring a magnificent 18 points.
The diminutive, Barcelona-bound, defender calmly converted the second goal in Spain's dominant 4-0 win over Italy and collected two clean sheets from two games.
Spain retained their European Championship crown after seeing off Portugal in the semi-final and Italy in the final.
They rediscovered their best form in the Kiev show-piece and recorded their fifth consecutive clean sheet.
Cesc Fabregas started up front, but that didn't stop substitute striker Fernando Torres bagging 10 points for a goal and an assist.
Midfield maestro Xavi registered two assists worth eight points, while Alba's defensive cohorts were all awarded 12 points for two clean sheets in Game Phase Five.
Enigmatic forward Mario Balotelli propelled Italy to the final with two goals in the semi-final against highly-fancied Germany.
The Germans were expected to challenge Spain for the title, but the powerful Manchester City hit-man had other ideas.
Balotelli headed Italy ahead in the 20th minute and rifled in a thunderous second midway through the first half, scoring 12 points.