By Ian Garcia, EnStarz | Jul 01, 2012 03:17 PM EDT
Update: Spain 2-Italy 0 (First Half) CLICK HERE FOR ESPN LIVE STREAM of the EURO 2012 FINAL
Spain was winning 1-0 against Italy with 22 minutes left in the first half of the European Championship's final that kicked off today at 2:45 p.m. EST and is live streaming in the U.S. on ESPN's website.
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Kiev is hosting the final between title holders Spain and Italy to close Europe's biggest soccer event.
Spain was playing its best level so far in the European Championship during the first half. Goals from David Silva and Jordi Alba gave Spain the lead.
ESPN's live stream features commentators in English and Spanish. The match was also been broadcast on ESPN Radio and ESPN Deportes Radio.
The teams played against each other at the Euro 2012 opening match for Group C on June 10 ending with a 1-1 tie. The match averaged more viewers than any match in the Euro 2008 championship except the final, according to ESPN figures.
That year, Spain took the Euro 2008 title defeating Germany 1-0 and two years ago it won the World Cup in South Africa.
If Spain wins Sunday it will make history since no country has won in the Euro championship twice in succession, according to the UEFA and its even been 36 years since the previous occasion the holders even made it as far as the final.
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