Spain beats Portugal 4-2 on penalties, on June 27, 2012 at the Donbass Arena, Donetsk, Ukraine.
Below is the list of the penalty shootouts:
Spain vs Portugal 0-0 Xabi Alonso misses
Spain vs Portugal 0-0 Joao Moutinho misses
Spain vs Portugal 1-0 Andres Iniesta scores
Spain vs Portugal 1-1 Pepe scores
Spain vs Portugal 2-1 Gerard Pique scores
Spain vs Portugal 2-2 Nani scores
Spain vs Portugal 3-2 Sergio Ramos scores
Spain vs Portugal 3-2 Bruno Alves misses
Spain vs Portugal 4-2 Cesc Fabregas scores
This means Spain will advances to finals!
The UEFA EURO 2012 semi-final 1 match between Spain and Portugal will take place on June 27, 2012 in Donetsk, Ukraine.
Which team do you think will win the game and advances to final?
Italy beats England 4-2 on penalties, on June 25, 2012 at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine.
Below is the list of the penalty shootouts:
Italy vs England 1-0 Mario Balotelli scores
Italy vs England 1-1 Steven Gerrard scores
Italy vs England 1-1 Riccardo Montolivo misses
Italy vs England 1-2 Wayne Rooney scores
Italy vs England 2-2 Andrea Pirlo scores
Italy vs England 2-2 Ashley Young misses
Italy vs England 3-2 Antonio Nocerino scores
Italy vs England 3-2 Ashley Cole misses
Italy vs England 4-2 Alessandro Diamanti scores
Please click below to vote for your favourite team:
Spain beats France 2-0, in Donetsk, Ukraine on June 23, 2012.
Xabi Alonso who is a Real Madrid midfielder scored two goals for Spain, including one goal from the penalty.
Belarus, Ukraine and Russia mark the 25th anniversary of the nuclear reactor explosion in Chernobyl on April 26.
This is the world’s worst nuclear accident and classified as a level 7.
It happened on April 26, 1986 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in the Ukrainian SSR (now Ukraine).
Large quantities of radioactive contamination was released into the atmosphere that spread over much of the Western Russia and Europe.
Now we are facing another level 7 nuclear disaster – the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant disaster.
(Please >>>click here<<< to read my post on Fukushima Daiichi disaster.)
I think that nuclear power is efficient but very, very, very dangerous.
These photos show before and after view of Pripyat, a beautiful city that had to be abandoned after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
Please >>> click here <<< for ’25th Anniversary of Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster – Part 1′.
These are the photos of the ghost city of Prypiat.
The city was abandoned since 25 years ago because of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident on April 26, 1986.
The city used to be very nice and beautiful but now it looks so sad, ugly and scary.
I think that we should stop building new nuclear power plant because it can be very, very dangerous.
Nuclear power plant can cause dangerous nuclear radiation if a disaster happen and a big area has to be abandoned for a long, long time.
Most airports in Europe are still closed and some may not be open on Monday.
I got this latest list from Reuters.
I wonder when will this disaster ends?
Here is a list of countries affected as of 1942 GMT on Saturday:
BELGIUM – Airspace closed until at least 0600 GMT Sunday. Main airline, Brussels Airlines, cancels all flights until Monday.
BELARUS – Airspace closed on Saturday for flights operating between 6,000 meters and 11,000 meters. Some routes east and south open.
BRITAIN – Airspace closed until at least 0600 GMT Sunday. British Airways cancels all flights on Sunday.
DENMARK – Airspace closed until at least 0600 GMT Sunday.
ESTONIA – Airspace closed until at least 2400 GMT Saturday.
FINLAND – Airspace closed until at least 1200 GMT Sunday.
FRANCE – Paris airports will be closed until at least 0600 GMT Monday, as will Nice and Marseille and northern airports. Toulouse, Montpellier, Pau, Tarbes, Biarritz and Perpignan remain open.
GERMANY – German airspace shut until at least 0600 GMT Sunday.
IRELAND – Airspace closed until at least 1200 GMT Sunday.
ITALY – Northern airspace closed until at least 0600 GMT Monday.
LATVIA – Airspace closed Saturday.
NETHERLANDS – Airspace closed until at least 0600 GMT Sunday.
POLAND – Airspace closed since Friday, partial reopening possible on Sunday.
PORTUGAL – Airports operating for flights to and from everywhere other than northern Europe.
RUSSIA – All airports open.
SLOVAKIA – Airspace closed as of 1300 GMT on Friday.
SPAIN – Madrid airport open, but carrier Iberia cancels all its European flights except those to or from Portugal, southern Italy, Greece and Turkey. Seven airports in northern Spain were re-opened shortly 1900 GMT on Saturday after being closed at 1800 GMT.
SWEDEN – Airspace closed on Saturday.
SWITZERLAND – Airspace closed until at least 1200 GMT Sunday, except for aircraft able to fly at altitudes of 36,000 feet or higher.
UKRAINE – Kiev airport closed to flights until at least 1200 GMT Saturday. Airports in Lvov, Odessa, Donestsk, Simferopol and Dnepropetrovsk also closed for an unspecified period.