UEFA Euro 2000 Final
Match programme cover
|Event||UEFA Euro 2000|
|After golden goal extra time|
|Date||2 July 2000|
|Venue||Feijenoord Stadion, Rotterdam|
|Man of the Match||Thierry Henry (France)|
|Referee||Anders Frisk (Sweden)|
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The final of UEFA Euro 2000 was a football match played on 2 July 2000 at Feijenoord Stadion in Rotterdam, Netherlands, to determine the winner of UEFA Euro 2000. France won the match, defeating Italy 2–1.
Marco Delvecchio gave Italy the lead in the 55th minute and they held on until the final minute of injury time, when Sylvain Wiltord crashed a low drive past Italian keeper Francesco Toldo to take the game into extra time. France won the game just before half-time in extra-time when Robert Pirès cut the ball back for David Trezeguet to fire the golden goal and win the tournament for France.
Route to the final
|23x15px Denmark||3–0||Match 1||23x15px Turkey||2–1|
|23x15px Czech Republic||2–1||Match 2||23x15px Belgium||2–0|
|23x15px Netherlands||2–3||Match 3||23x15px Sweden||2–1|
|23x15px Spain||2–1||Quarter-finals||23x15px Romania||2–0|
|23x15px Portugal||2–1 (aet)||Semi-finals||23x15px Netherlands||0–0 (aet) (3–1 pen.)|
2 July 2000
|France 23x15px||2–1 (a.e.t.)||23x15px Italy|
| Wiltord Goal 90+3'
Trezeguet Golden goal 103'
|Report||Delvecchio Goal 55'|
|Shots on target||12||3|
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- "Match statistics". Euro 2000 official website. Retrieved 28 May 2012.