BEST PLAYER - Andres Iniesta (Spain)
Nobody relishes the big occasions like Iniesta, the man who provides Spain with much-needed incisiveness to go with their metronomic tiki-taka. Described by Zinedine Zidane as a paler verison of himself, Iniesta might just go down in history as the great man's equal if he keeps this up. Was the pick of an exceptional Spanish bunch in the final to cap off a wondrous tournament.
BEST GAME - Denmark 2-3 Portugal
This one had it all, including a Nicklas Bendtner brace, some horrific Cristiano Ronaldo misses, a team coming back from two down, and an emphatic late winner from Silvestre Varela. Plus it had a major impact on the outcome of the group - but for Varela's strike Portugal may well have gone out.
BEST MANAGER - Cesare Prandelli (Italy)
Dragged a team supposedly made up of has-beens and misfits all the way to the final. Prandelli did so with a combination of tactical innovation and expert man-management. Reinvented Italy as an attractive, attacking team, and showed himself to be a thorougly decent man.
BEST SINGLE-MATCH PERFORMANCE - Mario Balotelli (Italy v Germany)
He might not have dominated the match, but what he did was done with such aplomb that the award cannot go anywhere else. Derided by Alan Shearer as having "done nothing in the game yet" (career trophies: Balotelli 6, Shearer 1 - unless you count Le Tournoi) -Balotelli blasted Germany out of the competition with two emphatic goals. The outpouring of love from a previously sceptical Italian public augurs well for the future.
BEST PASS - Wesley Sneijder to Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Netherlands v Denmark)
To the Dutch number 10 for his extraordinary ball in the opening game against Denmark. Sneijder hit the ball 40 yards with the outside of his right boot, guiding it perfectly into the striker's path. Huntelaar missed, of course.
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