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Saturday, June 9, 2012
 Full Time
Germany
1
 
0
Portugal
M. Gómez  72' 1-0 
HT: 0-0
Arena Lviv (Attendance: 33,951)
Referee: Stephane Lannoy
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Germany vs. Portugal
Minute Commentary
90' FT: GERMANY 1 PORTUGAL 0
A goal 17 minutes from time by Mario Gomez gives Germany a victory which sees them join Denmark on three points at the top of Group B. The prolific Bayern Munich striker was seconds away from making way for Miroslav Klose when a cross arrived invitingly from the right and was headed unerringly into the corner of the net by the big frontman. It was a rare piece of attacking flair in a match that had promised much in the pre-match prognostications but palpably failed to deliver. Germany had the better of the first half, but Portugal created the one clear-cut chance, with Pepe seeing his measured shot from a Cristiano Ronaldo corner come back off the underside of the crossbar and bounce to safety off the line. Portugal seemed happy to settle for a point for much of the match, but after falling behind they suddenly played with purpose in the final third and should have levelled in the last minute only for Silvestre Verela to be denied by a wonderful point-blank save from Manuel Neuer in the German goal.
90' WORRIES FOR SCHWEINSTEIGER
The Germany midfielder is clattered by Bruno Alves, who heads over from a corner.
90' GERMANY SUBSTITUTION
Thomas Muller is replaced by Lars Bender.
90' PORTUGAL DENIED AGAIN
Ronaldo pulls the ball back to Nani, whose goalbound shot is blocked by the head of Badstuber.
90' INTO STOPPAGE TIME
There will be a minimum of three minutes of added time.
89' GREAT STOP BY NEUER
Portugal look certain to level. A ball from Oliveira falls at the feet of Varela, whose shot from close-range is superbly blocked by Neuer.
87' GERMANY SUBSTITUTION
Mesut Ozil is replaced by Toni Kroos for Germany moments after Nani shoots two yards wide for an increasingly desperate Portugal.
84' OFF THE WOODWORK
Portugal are showing more ambition now out of necessity and Fabio Coentrao's shot is deflected over the bar. Nani's mis-hit cross then hits the angle of bar and post.
82' GREAT SAVE FROM NEUER
Cristiano Ronaldo cuts inside and lets fly with a shot that Manuel Neuer scoops away with some difficulty.
81' PORTUGAL SUBSTITUTION
Silvestre Varela replaces Raul Meireles.
80' GERMANY SUBSTITUTION
Mario Gomez does finally make way for Miroslav Klose.
78' CLOSE TO A SECOND
Gomez is just inches away from getting on the end of a right-wing cross by Muller as Germany go for the kill.
75' A KLOSE CALL
Mario Gomez was just about to be replaced. Now Miroslav Klose has been told to sit back on the bench by Joachim Loew. Small margins.
74' MORE ON THAT GOAL
A cross from the right looped up after getting a deflection of a Portugal defender and Gomez finished with a superb header across the goalkeeper into the far corner.
73' GOAL: GERMANY 1 PORTUGAL 0
Mario Gomez heads Germany in front.
72' CHANGE IN THE OFFING
It won't be long before Miroslav Klose enters the fray for Germany. About time, too.
71' PORTUGAL SUBSTITUTION
The highly-rated Nelson Oliveira replaces Helder Postiga.
70' GERMANY BOOKING
Jerome Boateng is cautioned for tugging back Cristiano Ronaldo.
70' WELL DONE PATRICIO
Rui Patricio does well to gather a dangerous-looking cross from Thomas Muller.
67' TRIVIA ANSWER
Earlier we asked you which two Portugal players had scored more international goals than Cristiano Ronaldo's 32. The answer? Pauleta (47) and Eusebio (41). Give yourself a point for each correct answer.
65' NAUGHTY FROM MEIRELES
Raul Meireles gets away with a sneaky slap in the face of Badstuber before an expert tackle from Boateng denies Ronaldo, who was just about to pull the trigger
62' REVERTING TO FORM
The second half is starting to mirror the first: a bright start but degenerating into a midfield battle. It's just like watching England.
61' PORTUGAL BOOKING
Fabio Coentrao is rightly booked for a mistimed tackle on Bastian Schweinsteiger.
59' IN NEED OF TREATMENT
Joao Moutinho is currently down with a foot injury, but referee Lannoy did not see anything wrong with the tackle by Khedira.
58' WAY OVER FROM GOMEZ
A defensive mix-up sets up a break for Germany, but Ozil's cross from the left is met by a disappointing header from Gomez.
56' IT'S TRIVIA TIME
Cristiano Ronaldo has 32 international goals for Portugal, which puts him joint third all-time, level with Luis Figo. Only two players have a better return, but can you name them? Answer in a few minutes.
53' IT'S LIVENING UP
Ozil escapes his man on the right edge of the area and floats in a lovely ball which is just over the head of Podolski.
51' WARNING SIGNS FOR GERMANY
Portugal are going for it at the start of this second half and Hummels has to head away a Ronaldo cross which would have reached Postiga.
50' WAITING IN THE WINGS
Mario Gomez has not done a lot wrong so far, but I'd expect to see Miroslav Klose warming up on the sidelines before too long.
49' MUCH BETTER FROM NANI
Nani produces his best moment so far. He jinks past Philipp Lahm but sees his cross to the near post headed away.
47' MEIRELES IN THE WAY
Germany are straight on to the attack and a left-foot drive from Podolski is expertly blocked by Raul Meireles, who has been excellent so far in a destructive sense for Portugal.
46' AS WE WERE
Neither side has made any changes at the break. You have to figure Portugal would be the happier at how this match is panning out.
46' HERE WE GO AGAIN
Germany get the second half under way.
45' HT: GERMANY 0 PORTUGAL 0
It's goalless at the break in Lviv and one of the most eagerly-anticipated matches of the group stage has yet to hit the heights we had hoped for, though Pepe did hit the underside of the bar right on half-time. Germany had two half chances early on, but Rui Patricio made routine saves to deny first Mario Gomez and then Lukas Podolski. Cristiano Ronaldo has been his usual posturing self for Portugal and created the other real chance for Paulo Bento's side with some wonderful wing play down the left. Thomas Muller missed probably the best chance of the match for Germany just before the interval. Apart from that, the highlight has been an official warning in two languages to the Germany fans to stop pelting Ronaldo with plastic cups because it is unsportsmanlike.
45' OFF THE BAR
Ronaldo's right-wing corner falls to Pepe, whose shot comes back off the underside of the crossbar. It bounced flush on the line.
43' GERMANY BOOKING
Holger Badstuber is cautioned for clipping Nani, who was fouled but there was something of a delayed action about his tumble.
41' BAD MISS FROM MULLER
That's better from Germany. Podolski's low ball in to Bastian Schweinsteiger is expertly cleared by the alert Bruno Alves. Thomas Muller then shoots harmlessly wide from 12 yards after Portugal failed to clear the danger fully.
39' INTO ORBIT AGAIN
It's Khedira's turn to shoot aimlessly high over the crossbar. Any more wayward efforts like that and they'll start blaming the ball, just like they did in South Africa.
37' GREAT FOR THE DANES
If this match were to finish goalless it would put Denmark in a wonderful position after the first pair of matches.
33' A SOLID BARRIER
The scouts we sent out at great expense to watch the warm-up games suggested Portugal were dodgy at the back, but they have been excellent keeping Germany at bay so far.
31' POOR FROM PODOLSKI (PART TWO)
Ozil passes low from the left and Podolski is leaning back as he hits a left-foot shot some 20 rows back into the stands.
30' NOTHING FROM NANI
Nani commits a foul down the Germany left, which is an indication of how little he has been in the game, because that's the first time the Manchester United man's name has been mentioned.
28' POOR FROM PODOLSKI
Lukas Podolski finds some space at the far post, but fails to make contact with an ambitious left-foot volley.
27' THE TOOTH, THE WHOLE TOOTH
Interesting. Most male players protect, how shall we put this, their nether regions when standing in a defensive wall, but Cristiano Ronaldo had his arm over his mouth at that effort from Germany. Dentists don't come cheap these days you, know.
24' NO-NO GOMEZ
Gomez has the ball in the net, but the whistle had already gone for a foul by Meireles on Khedira.
23' DEFENSIVE HESITANCY
Pepe and Joao Pereira get in a bit of a mess at the back for Portugal, but Bastian Schweinsteiger's measured pass just fails to find its way through to Mario Gomez.
22' ALL TO PLAY FOR
There is extra incentive to do well for both these teams tonight after this afternoon's shock 1-0 win for Denmark over Holland. A victory for either and they would really fancy their chances of surviving the Group of Death.
20' WISH YOU WERE HERE?
Lviv was recently voted the best place to live in the Ukraine. The eastern European equivalent of Hull or Middlesbrough (the two places to feature regularly at the top of pollsters' lists for the worst towns in the UK) it certainly isn't. I'm sure the marketing men are already working on the catchy slogan to earn their millions, something along the lines of “It's a great place to Lviv”.
18' BETTER FROM RONALDO
A first flash of brilliance from Ronaldo opens up Germany down the left. He whips in a low cross which just eludes Postiga. Alves misses a headed chance from the resulting corner.
17' THE PORTUGUESE GLEN JOHNSON
Fabio Coentrao is getting forward at every opportunity for Paulo Bento's side. The full-back likes attacking more than defending, apparently, so appears to be the Portuguese equivalent of Glen Johnson.
15' MOVABLE FEAST
Cristiano Ronaldo is not content with just staying out on the left. He's also switching positions with Helder Postiga quite often and chancing his arm down the middle as well.
13' PORTUGAL BOOKING
Helder Postiga is booked for catching Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer a trifle late. The Germany goalkeeper is making a real meal of that, it must be said.
12' TWINKLE TOES OZIL
Mesut Ozil gets himself into a good position in the Portugal box, but just overruns the ball at the vital moment, allowing Joao Pereira to clear.
10' PODOLSKI DENIED
A cross from the right by Muller finds its way through to Podolski, whose left-foot shot is scuffed somewhat and Patricio bundles the ball away to safety.
7' SPOTTED IN THE CROWD
Jose Mourinho was among those spotted in the stadium singing along to the Portuguese national anthem before kick-off. He's got two Real Madrid players in the Germany line-up tonight, of course, and three playing for Portugal.
5' BAYERN BIAS
There are no fewer than seven Bayern Munich players named in Joachim Loew's starting line-up tonight.
4' RONALDO GETTING SOME STICK
Ooh, those naughty German fans. They are pelting Cristiano Ronaldo with plastic cups as he goes over to take a corner, trying to ruffle the Real Madrid man's perfect hairdo.
3' END-TO-END STUFF
Fabio Coentrao goes on a fabulous run from the back for Portugal and earns his side a corner. Manuel Neuer punches away.
2' HEADER ON TARGET
Our first attempt on goal after just 77 seconds. Jerome Boateng crosses from the right, Mario Gomez meets the ball with a good header which Rui Patricio saves comfortably.
2' BEHIND THE TIMES
Curious. The stadium announcer was counting down the seconds to kick-off, oblivious to the fact that Portugal had already got the game under way.
1' HERE WE GO
Portugal kick off, attacking the goal to our left.
0' TEAM NEWS
Bastian Schweinsteiger is fit for Germany, as expected, and Jerome Boateng has been picked at right-back to shackle Ronaldo. Mario Gomez gets the nod up front ahead of Miroslav Klose. Portugal's Nani has been passed fit after a foot injury and takes his place in a three-pronged attack.
0' TONIGHT'S TEAMS
Germany: Neuer; Boateng, Badstuber, Hummels, Lahm; Schweinsteiger, Khedira, Mueller, Ozil; Podolski, Gomez. Portugal: Patricio; Pereira, Alves, Pepe, Coentrao; Raul Meireles, Veloso, Moutinho; Nani, Postiga, Ronaldo.
0' PREVIEW
Germany get the chance to show if they are worthy second favourites to Spain when they open their Euro 2012 campaign against Portugal in Lviv on Saturday night. Joachim Loew's side were unstoppable in qualifying, winning all ten of their matches, carrying on from where they left off in the World Cup finals, where their energetic and expansive brand of football could and perhaps should have won them the tournament in South Africa. Portugal are certainly no pushovers, but they sneaked into the finals via the play-offs and there is the nagging doubt that this talented but inconsistent squad have seen their best days. With Cristiano Ronaldo in the side and another clutch of top-class attacking players such as Nani, they have the ability to cause problems to any team in the tournament. But their defence was appalling in their last friendly outing against Turkey and with Germany's backline somewhat suspect as well, this could turn out to be one of the most watchable matches of the whole competition. Tonight's match kicks off at 1945BST (1845GMT), so join us around 30 minutes beforehand when we should have the confirmed team news, followed by a live match commentary.
0' PLAYERS TO WATCH
Germany have one of the most talented midfields in the tournament, with arguably only Spain providing a more potent threat. Bastian Schweinsteiger's qualities were evident in the Champions League final against Chelsea, when he turned in a tireless effort for Bayern Munich. The real threat, however, is Mesut Ozil and there will be a great deal of responsibility on Portugal holding midfielder Miguel Veloso to stop the Real Madrid man's marauding runs from midfield. Portugal's hopes would appear to rest on Real Madrid goal machine Cristiano Ronaldo. The former Manchester United man netted seven goals in qualifying but it remains to be seen how much he has left in the tank after a gruelling domestic season.
0' TOURNAMENT RECORD
Germany are making their 11th consecutive appearance at the European Championships and have won the tournament three times: 1972 in Belgium, 1980 in Italy and 1996 in England. It is Portugal's sixth appearance in the finals and their fifth in a row. They finished runners-up in 2004, when they were hosts of the tournament, losing to Greece in the final in Lisbon, and reached the semi-finals in 2000.
0' EARLY TEAM NEWS
Germany are expected to have Bastian Schweinsteiger fit after the Bayern Munich missed all of the pre-tournament friendlies due to a calf problem sustained in the Champions League final defeat by Chelsea. Captain Philipp Lahm will move to left-back, with Jerome Boateng likely to start at right-back and be handed the unenviable task of trying to keep Cristiano Ronaldo quiet. Portugal have a slight doubt over Nani, but the Manchester United winger is expected to have recovered from the foot injury he suffered in the recent friendly defeat by Turkey.
0' HEAD TO HEAD
There have been 16 previous encounters between the countries, with Germany winning eight times, Portugal three and five matches being drawn. In competitive matches, Germany have won three times to Portugal's two, including their last meeting at Euro 2008, which resulted in a 3-2 victory in Basel in the quarter-finals. Germany also prevailed in the third-place play-off at World Cup 2006, winning 3-1 in Stuttgart.
0' HOW THEY GOT HERE
Germany finished 13 points clear of Turkey at the top of Group A in qualifying, winning all ten of their matches, scoring 34 goals and conceding just seven. Portugal were second in Group H, three points behind Denmark and ahead of Norway on goal difference. The resulting two-legged play-off posed few problems, however, as they came through comfortably enough against Bosnia-Herzogovina. After drawing the first leg 0-0 Paulo Bento's side won the return in Lisbon 6-2 with goals from Cristiano Ronaldo (2), Helder Postiga (2), Nani and Miguel Veloso.
0' FORM GUIDE
Germany have won just twice in their five friendly matches since they qualified for the finals, losing to both France and Switzerland. Portugal have fared even worse, winning just one of six games, three of which ended up as goalless draws.
0' MAN IN THE MIDDLE
Taking charge of tonight's game is Stephane Lannoy. The 42-year-old Frenchman has been a FIFA international referee since 2006. He was selected as an official for the 2010 World Cup, overseeing the group stage matches between Holland and Denmark and between Brazil and Ivory Coast, the latter encounter remembered for Lannoy controversially dismissing Kaka for two bookable offences. Lannoy lives in Sailly-sur-la-Lys and works as a video games distributor.
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Teams
Germany
(4-2-3-1)
Manuel Neuer1
69' Jerome Boateng20
Mats Hummels5
43' Holger Badstuber14
Philipp Lahm16
Sami Khedira6
Bastian Schweinsteiger7
90' Thomas Müller13
87' Mesut Özil8
Lukas Podolski10
80' 72' Mario Gómez23
Substitutes
Tim Wiese12
Ron-Robert Zieler22
Per Mertesacker17
Benedikt Howedes4
Marcel Schmelzer3
90' Lars Bender15
87' Toni Kroos18
Marco Reus21
Ilkay Gundogan2
Mario Gotze19
80' Miroslav Klose11
Andre Schurrle9
Portugal
(4-3-3)
12Rui Patricio
21Joao Pereira
3Pepe
2Bruno Alves
5Fabio Coentrão 60'
16Raul Meireles 80'
4Miguel Miguel Veloso
8Joao Moutinho
17Nani
23Hélder Postiga 13' 70'
7Cristiano Ronaldo
Substitutes
1Eduardo
22Beto
13Ricardo Costa
14Rolando
19Miguel Lopes
20Hugo Viana
6Custodio
10Ricardo Quaresma
15Ruben Micael
11Nelson Oliveira 70'
18Silvestre Varela 80'
9Hugo Almeida
Manager
Joachim Low 
Manager
Paulo Bento 
Lineups
Germany Portugal
1 Goals 0
1 Assists 0
12 Shots 11
4 Shots on Goal 7
6 Saves 2
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
26 Crosses 22
2 Corner Kicks 11
1 Offsides 1
14 Fouls Committed 19
2 Cautions/Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
55% Ball Possession 45%
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Germany
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Manuel Neuer 90 - 0 0 0 3
5Mats Hummels 90 0 0 0 - -
6Sami Khedira 90 0 0 0 - -
7Bastian Schweinsteiger 90 0 0 0 - -
8Mesut Özil 87 0 0 0 - -
10Lukas Podolski 90 0 0 0 - -
13Thomas Müller 89 0 0 0 - -
14Holger Badstuber 90 0 1 0 - -
16Philipp Lahm 90 0 0 0 - -
20Jerome Boateng 90 0 1 0 - -
23Mario Gómez 80 1 0 0 - -
Substitutes
11Miroslav Klose 10 0 0 0 - -
15Lars Bender 1 0 0 0 - -
18Toni Kroos 3 0 0 0 - -

Portugal
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
12Rui Patricio 90 - 0 0 1 2
2Bruno Alves 90 0 0 0 - -
3Pepe 90 0 0 0 - -
4Miguel Miguel Veloso 90 0 0 0 - -
5Fabio Coentrão 90 0 1 0 - -
7Cristiano Ronaldo 90 0 0 0 - -
8Joao Moutinho 90 0 0 0 - -
16Raul Meireles 80 0 0 0 - -
17Nani 90 0 0 0 - -
21Joao Pereira 90 0 0 0 - -
23Hélder Postiga 70 0 1 0 - -
Substitutes
11Nelson Oliveira 20 0 0 0 - -
18Silvestre Varela 10 0 0 0 - -
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Germany vs. Portugal
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Germany 1-0 Portugal
90' Half Over  Germany 1-0 Portugal
90' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
90' Shot  Bruno Alves (Portugal)
90' Corner Kick  Nani (Portugal)
90' Substitution  Lars Bender (on). Müller (off). (Germany)
90' Shot on Goal  Nani (Portugal)
90' Cross  Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
90' Foul  Joao Moutinho fouled by Miroslav Klose (Germany)
90' Foul  Pepe fouled by Lukas Podolski (Germany)
90' Throw-In  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
90' Foul  Müller fouled by Miguel Miguel Veloso (Portugal)
89' Foul  Müller fouled by Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
89' Throw-In  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
88' Shot on Goal  Silvestre Varela (Portugal)
88' Cross  Nelson Oliveira (Portugal)
88' Cross  Lukas Podolski (Germany)
88' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
87' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
87' Substitution  Toni Kroos (on). Özil (off). (Germany)
86' Shot  Nani (Portugal)
86' Corner Kick  Nani (Portugal)
85' Cross  Nani (Portugal)
85' Throw-In  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
85' Throw-In  Thomas Müller (Germany)
85' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
84' Cross  Nani (Portugal)
84' Corner Kick  Nani (Portugal)
83' Shot on Goal  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
83' Cross  Joao Moutinho (Portugal)
83' Corner Kick  Joao Moutinho (Portugal)
82' Cross  Pepe (Portugal)
82' Throw-In  Pepe (Portugal)
82' Corner Kick  Nani (Portugal)
82' Shot on Goal  Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
81' Offside  Mesut Özil (Germany)
81' Foul  Boateng fouled by Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
80' Cross  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
80' Free Kick  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
80' Substitution  Silvestre Varela (on). Meireles (off). (Portugal)
80' Substitution  Miroslav Klose (on). Gómez (off). (Germany)
79' Foul  Müller fouled by Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
79' Goal Kick  Rui Patricio (Portugal)
78' Shot  Sami Khedira (Germany)
78' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
77' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany)
76' Corner Kick  Mesut Özil (Germany)
76' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany)
74' Foul  Pepe fouled by Mario Gómez (Germany)
74' Foul  Raul Meireles (Portugal)
72' Goal  Mario Gómez (Germany). Assist by Khedira
72' Shot on Goal  Mario Gómez (Germany)
72' Cross  Sami Khedira (Germany)
72' Foul  Hummels fouled by Nelson Oliveira (Portugal)
71' Goal Kick  Rui Patricio (Portugal)
71' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany)
70' Throw-In  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
70' Cross  Joao Moutinho (Portugal)
70' Substitution  Nelson Oliveira (on). Postiga (off). (Portugal)
69' Yellow Card  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
69' Foul  Ronaldo fouled by Jerome Boateng (Germany)
69' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany)
68' Foul  Podolski fouled by Joao Pereira (Portugal)
67' Foul  Pepe fouled by Mario Gómez (Germany)
67' Foul  Badstuber fouled by Nani (Portugal)
64' Shot on Goal  Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
64' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
63' Foul  Joao Moutinho fouled by Holger Badstuber (Germany)
62' Foul  Badstuber fouled by Hélder Postiga (Portugal)
61' Cross  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
60' Yellow Card  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
60' Foul  Schweinsteiger fouled by Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
60' Throw-In  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
59' Throw-In  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
58' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany)
58' Goal Kick  Rui Patricio (Portugal)
57' Shot  Mario Gómez (Germany)
57' Cross  Lukas Podolski (Germany)
57' Goal Kick  Rui Patricio (Portugal)
56' Throw-In  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
55' Foul  Coentrão fouled by Thomas Müller (Germany)
55' Offside  Hélder Postiga (Portugal)
54' Cross  Miguel Miguel Veloso (Portugal)
54' Corner Kick  Joao Moutinho (Portugal)
54' Cross  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
54' Throw-In  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
53' Throw-In  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
52' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany)
52' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany)
52' Free Kick  Mesut Özil (Germany)
52' Foul  Khedira fouled by Miguel Miguel Veloso (Portugal)
51' Cross  Hélder Postiga (Portugal)
51' Throw-In  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
51' Corner Kick  Joao Moutinho (Portugal)
50' Cross  Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
49' Shot on Goal  Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
48' Corner Kick  Raul Meireles (Portugal)
48' Cross  Nani (Portugal)
47' Foul  Miguel Veloso fouled by Lukas Podolski (Germany)
47' Goal Kick  Rui Patricio (Portugal)
46' Shot  Sami Khedira (Germany)
46' Corner Kick  Mesut Özil (Germany)
46' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany)
46' Shot  Sami Khedira (Germany)
46' Shot  Lukas Podolski (Germany)
46' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany)
46' Throw-In  Mesut Özil (Germany)
46' Start Half 
45' Half Over  Germany 0-0 Portugal
45' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
45' Throw-In  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
45' Throw-In  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
45' Shot  Pepe (Portugal)
45' Corner Kick  Joao Moutinho (Portugal)
45' Cross  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
44' Throw-In  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
44' Cross  Miguel Miguel Veloso (Portugal)
43' Free Kick  Miguel Miguel Veloso (Portugal)
43' Yellow Card  Holger Badstuber (Germany)
43' Foul  Nani fouled by Holger Badstuber (Germany)
42' Cross  Lukas Podolski (Germany)
42' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
41' Shot  Joao Moutinho (Portugal)
41' Goal Kick  Rui Patricio (Portugal)
40' Shot  Thomas Müller (Germany)
40' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany)
40' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany)
40' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
40' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany)
39' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
39' Throw-In  Lukas Podolski (Germany)
39' Goal Kick  Rui Patricio (Portugal)
38' Goal Kick  Rui Patricio (Portugal)
38' Shot  Sami Khedira (Germany)
36' Foul  Pepe fouled by Mario Gómez (Germany)
36' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
36' Throw-In  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
35' Throw-In  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
33' Foul  Schweinsteiger fouled by Joao Moutinho (Portugal)
31' Goal Kick  Rui Patricio (Portugal)
30' Shot  Lukas Podolski (Germany)
30' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany)
30' Cross  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
29' Foul  Özil fouled by Nani (Portugal)
29' Cross  Nani (Portugal)
28' Goal Kick  Rui Patricio (Portugal)
27' Throw-In  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
26' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany)
26' Shot on Goal  Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
26' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
25' Shot on Goal  Lukas Podolski (Germany)
25' Free Kick  Mesut Özil (Germany)
24' Foul  Khedira fouled by Raul Meireles (Portugal)
23' Cross  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
22' Throw-In  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
22' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
21' Cross  Miguel Miguel Veloso (Portugal)
20' Cross  Sami Khedira (Germany)
20' Throw-In  Lukas Podolski (Germany)
19' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
19' Cross  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
19' Throw-In  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
18' Cross  Miguel Miguel Veloso (Portugal)
18' Corner Kick  Nani (Portugal)
18' Cross  Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
17' Foul  Schweinsteiger fouled by Joao Moutinho (Portugal)
16' Throw-In  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
16' Throw-In  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
15' Cross  Fabio Coentrão (Portugal)
14' Foul  Pepe fouled by Mario Gómez (Germany)
14' Cross  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
13' Yellow Card  Hélder Postiga (Portugal)
13' Foul  Neuer fouled by Hélder Postiga (Portugal)
12' Foul  Müller fouled by Bruno Alves (Portugal)
12' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
10' Cross  Pepe (Portugal)
10' Throw-In  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
9' Shot on Goal  Lukas Podolski (Germany)
9' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany)
8' Foul  Coentrão fouled by Thomas Müller (Germany)
7' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
6' Cross  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
5' Foul  Pepe fouled by Mario Gómez (Germany)
5' Foul  Postiga fouled by Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
5' Foul  Özil fouled by Miguel Miguel Veloso (Portugal)
4' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
4' Throw-In  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
4' Throw-In  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
3' Corner Kick  Miguel Miguel Veloso (Portugal)
2' Shot on Goal  Mario Gómez (Germany)
2' Cross  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
1' Foul  Badstuber fouled by Hélder Postiga (Portugal)
1' Throw-In  Joao Pereira (Portugal)
1' Start Half 

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CRCrosses
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FCFouls Committed
FSFouls Suffered
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