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04/11/2009
4:3 a.e.t. (2:2, 1:1)
  • Ricardo RODRIGUEZ (35')
  • Haris SEFEROVIC (49')
  • Andre GONCALVES (101')
  • Nassim BEN KHALIFA (116' PEN)
  • Mario GOETZE (39')
  • Florian TRINKS (78')
  • Yunus MALLI (118')

Summary

Swiss send Germany packing
High-flying Switzerland beat Germany in a 4-3 extra-time thriller in Lagos to put themselves into the last-eight, where they will meet Italy. More »

Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Dany RYSER (SUI)
(GER) Marco PEZZAIUOLI

Officials

Referee: Martin VAZQUEZ (URU)Assistant Referee 1: Carlos PASTORINO (URU)Assistant Referee 2: Miguel NIEVAS (URU)Fourth official: Carlos BATRES (GUA)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 31)


Latest Comments:
chrisUSA187
12/11/2009 at 15:22
While us Germans "might" say that... at least we lost to a good team. mexico got beat by a slouch S. Korea team. HAHA !!! Germany is still better, though.
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el.moxy
06/11/2009 at 17:09
el.moxy (Mexico)
I guess the Swiss are for real this time. Now all the Germans will say "but we lost to the champions of the tournament." LOL!
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toyfull
06/11/2009 at 02:41
toyfull (Canada)
Wow Great Game. Switzerland are certainly leaving their mark this time. Germany have conceded just too many goals this tournament including 3 penalties. Congrats to the Swiss and I hope they go all the way! Hopp Schweiz!
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Statistics

27Shots23
8Corner kicks7
2Yellow cards3
0Second yellow card and red card1
1Red Cards0
47%Possession (%)53%
  • Switzerland's Haris Seferovic (L) and Frederic Veseli (R) celebrate
  • Switzerland coach Dany Ryser celebrates
  • Switzerland's Haris Seferovic (2nd L) celebrates after scoring
  • Switzerland team celebrate their victory
  • Switzerland celebrate afer their victory
  • Switzerland's Ricardo Rodriguez scores his team's first goal against Germany in Lagos

"This is a victory for Swiss football as a whole but we haven't achieved anything yet. We deserved the win because we were the better side and now we go on and face Italy, who we beat at the European Championship." Dany Ryser, Switzerland coach