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Matches

04/07/2011
3:2 (2:0)
  • Samed YESIL (7' 53')
  • Kaan AYHAN (24')
  • Samuel MAGRI (67' PEN)
  • Hallam HOPE (83')

Summary

German juggernaut rolls on
Samed Yesil scored a pair of goals as Germany survived a late scare to beat England 3-2 in Morelia and move through to the semi-finals, where they will take on hosts Mexico. More »

Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Steffen FREUND (GER)
(ENG) John PEACOCK

Officials

Referee: Pavel KRALOVEC (CZE)Assistant Referee 1: Martin WILCZEK (CZE)Assistant Referee 2: Miroslav ZLAMAL (CZE)Fourth official: Stephan STUDER (SUI)Fifth official: Sandro POZZI (SUI)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 77)


Latest Comments:
MURUKAMI
06/07/2011 at 02:25
MURUKAMI (England)
Same old England. They played with hardly any imagination. Hallam Hope represented the archetypal 'English' forward. Where are the Fierro types. Nick Powell is an exception, in midfield. He plays a bit like Steven Gerrard and looks to be an intelligent player. There are other great individual talents but too many 'stupid' players who play hit and hope balls.
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juiliett
05/07/2011 at 11:10
juiliett (Poland)
I suppose lot of us knew Germany won that match, but England presented itself not bad. I think loss England isn't a huge loss, because they are the first team who scored the most goals for Germans. I'm a fan of teams from Europe, now France & England were eliminated from the tournament, so GO GERMANY! You can win, YES YOU CAN!
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Billybob321
05/07/2011 at 10:50
Billybob321 (Hong Kong)
England should have won! :(
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Statistics

15Shots24
5Corner kicks3
3Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
51%Possession (%)49%
  • Germany and England players walk out the tunnel
  • Teams of Germany and of England line up
  • Nico Perrey of Germany is tackled by John Lundstram of England
  • Mitchell Weiser of Germany tackles Bradley Smith of England
  • Samed Yesil of Germany is closed down by Jordan Cousins of England
  • Marvin Ducksch of Germany tackles Jordan Cousins of England
"I’m very pleased to have won and very proud of my players, but I must also congratulate an English side which never gave in, which barely gave us any respite and which really put us under the cosh at the end," Germany coach Steffen Freund.