Matches

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  • Milan JOVANOVIC (38')

Summary

Jovanovic sinks 10-man Germany

Milan Jovanovic's first-half strike earned Serbia a 1-0 victory over a Germany side who lost Miroslav Klose to a red card and saw Lukas Podolski miss a penalty.

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Line-ups

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Joachim LÖW (GER)
(SRB) Radomir ANTIC

Officials

Referee: Alberto UNDIANO MALLENCO (ESP)Assistant Referee 1: Fermin MARTINEZ (ESP)Assistant Referee 2: Juan Carlos YUSTE JIMENEZ (ESP)Fourth official: Martin VAZQUEZ (URU)Fifth official: Carlos PASTORINO (URU)

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Latest Comments:
DraganSrb08
15/08/2012 at 13:45
DraganSrb08 (Serbia)
Serbia was the match against Germany great really great, we played good football we hade more dangerous chances and we deserved to win Germany. Serbia is better then Germany and they proved it.
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DanySerb
08/08/2010 at 12:09
DanySerb (Serbia)
Go, Serbia!
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Serb1993
19/07/2010 at 05:52
Serb1993 (Serbia)
SERBIA ALL THE WAY! Germany played great.
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Statistics

12Shots9
7Corner kicks1
3Yellow cards4
1Second yellow card and red card0
1Red Cards0
51%Possession (%)49%
  • Milan Jovanovic of Serbia (R) celebrates scoring the first goal with team mate Milos Krasic
  • Dejan Stankovic of Serbia challenges Miroslav Klose of Germany
  • Zdravko Kuzmanovic of Serbia challenges Bastian Schweinsteiger of Germany
  • Joachim Loew head coach of Germany
  • Referee Alberto Undiano picks up the official Jabulani matchball ahead of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Group D match between Germany and Serbia
  • Per Mertesacker of Germany reacts

"We played very well in the first half, and we set out to protect the lead after half-time. We ended up playing very defensively. I'm delighted we made it to the end," Radomir Antic, Serbia coach.