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03/07/201017 - WeatherClear
0:4 (0:1)
  • Thomas MUELLER (3')
  • Miroslav KLOSE (68' 89')
  • Arne FRIEDRICH (74')

Summary

Rampant Germany oust Argentina

Germany booked a semi-final spot in spectacular style, cruising to a resounding 4-0 win over Argentina at Cape Town's Green Point Stadium. 

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Line-ups

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Coaches

Diego MARADONA (ARG)
(GER) Joachim LÖW

Officials

Referee: Ravshan IRMATOV (UZB)Assistant Referee 1: Rafael ILYASOV (UZB)Assistant Referee 2: Bakhadyr KOCHKAROV (KGZ)Fourth official: Jerome Kelvyn DAMON (RSA)Fifth official: Enock MOLEFE (RSA)

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Latest Comments:
Ozil8_1995
22/12/2012 at 01:32
Yea Germany trashed Argentina, and Lionel messi did't do nothing at this world cup, and matter of fact he didn't do nothing during the game either. Yes i agree with Germany was blasting the game with four goals but, i am still a German fan also.
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CarlosR.57
22/10/2012 at 18:28
That was my faviorate match during the world cup. Germany was amazing, i can't believe they lost, but they were still amazing.
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MEX_Latina
03/10/2012 at 14:35
MEX_Latina (Mexico)
Go Germany, you blasted Argentina waway and took revenge for Mexico!´ Long live Germany!!!
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Statistics

14Shots12
5Corner kicks4
2Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
53%Possession (%)47%
  • Miroslav Klose of Germany somersaults in celebration
  • Miroslav Klose of Germany somersaults in celebration
  • Sami Khedira (L) and Jerome Boateng of Germany wait in the tunnel
  • Diego Maradona head coach of Argentina looks down with dejection
  • Thomas Mueller of Germany celebrates scoring
  • Thomas Mueller of Germany celebrates scoring

"The football we played in the second half was top class. My team showed the desire and commitment of champions," Joachim Low, Germany coach.