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  • Ukraine 3-3 Germany: Konoplyanka solo-run, Kroos, Nazarenko, Mulller superb-strike

    Just moments after Miroslav Klose stated that Germany's strongest European teams, they were overwhelmed by the Ukraine in a friendly match on Friday (11/12/2011) . Germany was behind 0-3. Luckily, they were finally able to force Ukraine drew 3-3.

    Ukraine will host Euro 2012 with Poland, it appears full attack. In front of the public itself, they are trying to suppress since the beginning.

    In the 28th minute, Ukraine started its superiority after Andriy Yarmolenko scored. Starting from behind the attacks, Andriy Shevchenko is able to send feedback to the Yarmolenko breakthrough and he successfully passes the ball into the goal that kept Germany Ron-Robert Zieler.

    In the 36th minute, Ukraine back breaking goal Germany through a brilliant counterattack. From the middle of the field, Yevgen Konoplyanka carry the ball alone. After passing through the German defense, he then outwit Zieler and struck the ball into the goal.

    Unfortunately, Ukraine and careless. Two minutes later, Toni Kroos to miss Germany. using the ball rebounds, Kroos kick off fast from distance and goalkeeper Ukraine, Olexandr Rybka, could only stare.

    However, this did not make the Ukraine and then panic. They went back to press and close the first half with a 3-1 lead, after Serhiy Nazarenko scored from long distance.

    Unfortunately, in the second round of Ukraine's game began to decline. This is put to good use by the Germans, until finally able to equalize.

    The second goal scored Germany Simon Rolfes in the 65th minute through a volley. Germany even more excited and pressing. The result, Thomas Mueller scored the equalizing position in the 77th minute. The goal was to make the game ended 3-3.

    Teams Line-up:

    Ukraine: Olexandr Rybka, Olexsander Kucher, Yevgen Selin, Yaroslav Rakytskyy, Bohdan Butko, Anatoliy Tymoshchuk, Andriy Yarmolenko, Yevgen Konoplyanka, Andriy Shevchenko, Artem Milevsky, Roman Bezus

    Germany: Ron-Robert Zieler, Dennis Aogo, Jerome Boateng, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber, Christian Trasch, Mesut Oezil, Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos, Mario Goetze, Mario Gomez


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