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  • Germany 4-0 Australia: Podolski,Klose,Mueller,Cacau scored, Cahil sent-off

    Germany achieved a perfect result when dealing with Australia. Appears dominant from the beginning, 'Team Panzer' crushed Australia four goals without reply.

    In the match held in Durban Stadium on Sunday (6/13/2010) , Germany appear attractive attacking football since the first round. They also make the Socceroos not move and eventually won 4-0 thanks to goals from Lukas Podolski, Miroslav Klose, Thomas Mueller and Cacau.

    Australia's play with 10 players after Tim Cahill was given direct red card on 56 minutes. Cahill discharge increasingly making landing troops Pim Verbeek is dead lice.

    Thanks to score a landslide victory with this, Germany was leading the standings Group D. They followed a few hours before Ghana's 1-0 win over Serbia.

    The game

    But Australia's first German defense when the game kicked off a three-minute walk. Starting from the football corner, the ball then fell at the feet of Richard Garcia who immediately release the kick. Shit for Garcia, could still be blocked kick Philipp Lahm.

    Germany back in the seventh minute. Neatly constructed attack ended with Miroslav Klose and then let go a hard shot blocked by goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer. Mesut Ozil dicecar ball gag, but his kick blocked by a defender managed to Australia so that the ball bounced over the crossbar.

    Germany eventually lead when the match went eight minutes. Mesut Ozil breakthrough bait to Thomas Mueller - who escaped the offside trap - immediately followed by the operand to the left side. There was a direct Lukas Podolski kicks off hard.

    Podolski great strike nest to Australian wicket, although goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer had brushed it off.

    Klose! Striker Bayern Munich of Germany was almost added advantage in minute 24, if he could grab the ball Sodoran Podolski. Her foot slipped just inches from the direction of the rolling ball.

    Continue to attack, the German finally scored their second goal in minute 26. Philipp Lahm cross from the right side immediately struck by Klose who was standing in front of goal.

    Ozil almost scored Germany third goal. Receiving the ball the bait breakthrough, Ozil cheat the ball over Schwarzer, Lucas Neill but threw the ball swiftly to the already half way towards the goal. Australian nets survived.

    The first round ended with Germany winning two goals without reply on Autralia.

    At 48 minutes, Australia claimed that they deserve a penalty after Per Mertesacker they do handball. This claim was rejected by the referee.

    Thomas Muller 54-minute show of permissibility. Bayern Munich Striker was fired hard from outside the penalty box. The result? The ball was bounced on the crossbar.

    Red card back out in the World Cup in 2010 and this time is given to Tim Cahill! Australian midfielder was immediately expelled after making harsh tackle on Bastian Schweinsteiger. 'Tim Kangaroos' playing with 10 players from the minute 56.

    Klose again threaten Australia's defense in 60 minutes. But still could be blocked kick Schwarzer. Ball gag and then presented to the Sami Khedira on the left side, but failed snatched last name. Australian goalkeeper saved.

    Gool! Germany finally scored the third goal in minute 67, this time by Thomas Mueller. After cooperating with Podolski, Mueller swindle Carl Valeri before finally releasing the left leg kick to the far pole. Schwarzer was unable to stem collapse and another Australian wicket.

    Shortly thereafter, precisely in the 70th minute, Germany back breaking Australian wicket. Ozil operand from the left side directly struck by Cacau with his right foot. Schwarzer get tough day that saw the score 4-0 to the German advantage.

    The goal was to survive until the long whistle sounded. Germany won 4-0 and are entitled three points.

    Team Line-up:

    Germany: 1-Manuel Neuer; 3-Arne Friedrich, 17-Per Mertesacker, 16-Philipp Lahm, 14-Holger Badstuber; 6-Sami Khedira, 7-Bastian Schweinsteiger, 8-Mesut Ozil (23-Mario Gomez '74), 13-Thomas Mueller, 10-Lukas Podolski (21-Marko Marin '81), 11-Miroslav Klose (19-'68 Cacau).

    1-Mark Schwarzer; 2-Lucas Neill, 3-Craig Moore, 11-Scott Chipperfield, Luke Wilkshire eight-, 16-Carl Valeri, 5-Jason Culina, Vince Grella 13-(14-Brett Holman 45), 7-Brett Emerton (15-Mile Jedinak '74), 4-Tim Cahill, 19-Richard Garcia (17-Nikita Rukavytsya '64).


  1. Jyapu says:

    "Thanks to goals from Lukas Podolski, Miroslav Klose, Thomas Mueller and Cacau."

    If I count those it's five goals

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