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  • Germany 0-1 Argentina: Higuain scores

    Argentina silencing host Germany 1-0 in friendlies at the Allianz-Arena, Wednesday (3/3/2010). Single goal 'Tango' was made by Gonzalo Higuain.

    Acting as a guest team, Argentina win through the grain-minute goal in the first half injury time. In collaboration with Angel DiMaria, Higuain scored the only one in the game.

    In the action, Argentina recorded the first opportunity in the 7th minute as Luke Poldoski violation of Jonas Gutiérrez at the edge of the penalty box. The referee gave a free kick executed Lionel Messi and then driven defender Per Mertesacker.

    Argentina created a golden opportunity comes again nine minutes before the interval. DiMaria Angel in action in the field and rip off his guard before hitting hard kick rule.

    In the minutes of injury time last Argentina truly superior. DiMario breakthrough bait Gonzalo Higuain passed that then sends the ball past the goalkeeper Rene Adler who tried to close the distance to leave the nest.

    Increasingly hot game in the second round. Messi is often a target of opposing players turn against Phillip Lahm in the 70th minute, rewarded him a yellow card.

    Two minutes later, Germany got a chance equalized. Lahm cross can be seen from the head of Michael Ballack header is still spreading despite from Argentina goal.

    Seven minutes before dispersal, Cacau collaboration with Mario Gomez before the volley off the crossbar combing Romero. One more wasted opportunities.

    Argentina returned in 85 minutes. Free kick from Juan Veron, Nicolas Burdisso was alert in goal despite still missing near the ball went into the goal. Adler also secures the round leather.


    Germany: Rene Adler; Philip Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Jerome Boateng, Serdar Tasci, Michael Ballack, Bastian Schweinsteiger (Sami Khedira '75), Mesut Özil (Jeronimo Baretto Cacau '66), Thomas Muller (Toni Kroos '66), Miroslav Klose (Mario Gomez '54), Lukas Podolski.

    Argentina: Sergio Romero; Heinze Gabriel (Clemente Juan Rodriguez '47), Walter Samuel, Martin Gaston Demichelis (Nicolas Burdisso '56), Nicolas Otamendi, Juan Sebastián Verón (Mario Ariel Bolatti '90), Javier Mascherano, Jonas Gutiérrez, Angel Di Maria, Lionel Messi, Gonzalo Higuaín (Carlos Tevez '62).


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