Matches

27/10/2009
2:1 (0:1)
  • Esteban ESPINDOLA (57' PEN)
  • Sergio ARAUJO (58')
  • Mario GOETZE (8')

Summary

Argentine surge seals passage
Two goals in two minutes saw Argentina claw their way back from an early deficit to beat Germany 2-1 in Abuja and book their place in the last 16. More »

Line-up

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18
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20

Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Jose BROWN (ARG)
(GER) Marco PEZZAIUOLI

Officials

Referee: Koman COULIBALY (MLI)Assistant Referee 1: Redouane ACHIK (MAR)Assistant Referee 2: Inacio MANUEL CANDIDO (ANG)Fourth official: Massimo BUSACCA (SUI)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 25)


Latest Comments:
holong
29/10/2009 at 15:12
holong (Indonesia)
it's Football:I just comment by using "their term".I think i agree with u.Viva Deutschland Football Team.(Martin Holong "brehme lahm")
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Finlip
29/10/2009 at 12:42
Finlip (Nepal)
It was sad not to have Argentina in the U20s. I hope they win this tournament. It isn't impossible. They go into the match against Nigeria without any pressure whatsoever. Then there will be four more matches to avoid defeat in.
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IT'SFOOTBALL
29/10/2009 at 02:49
holong: very good. Germany has a world class football, just remember that the name of the game in English is Football, not soccer. Let's defend the name of the game, please!
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Statistics

18Shots9
7Corner kicks9
2Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
50%Possession (%)50%
  • Sergio Araujo of Argentina plays the ball
  • Sebastian Gonzalez of Argentina plays the ball
  • Christopher Buchtmann of Germany plays the ball
  • Gerrit Nauber of Germany plays the ball
  • AMarvin Plattenhardt of Germany plays the ball
  • Bienvenue Basala of Germany plays the ball

"I barely said anything to my players at half-time, I just asked them to play a more compact game. We're lucky to have very technically gifted players like Daniel Villalba, Sergio Araujo and Sebastian Gonzalez, who are very skilful in tight spaces." Jose Luis Brown, Argentina coach