Who had a shocker at the Euros?
1. Luca Toni (Italy)
Came into the tournament as one of the favourites to win the Golden Shoe; left the tournament without finding the net, despite having 12 shots on goal and even more chances. Perhaps he wasn’t fully fit, or merely jaded after a long season at Bayern. Either way, he looked slow, ponderous and donkeyish.
2. Philipp Lahm (Germany)
Looked lively going forward, but his weedy defending – he was at fault for Fernando Torres’ goal in the final – will put off any clubs who might have wanted to lure him from Bayern for big bucks. Taken off at half-time against Spain – you know something’s gone very wrong when Marcell Jansen is considered a better option than you.
3. Petr Cech (Czech Republic)