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Wednesday, June 13, 2012
 Full Time
Holland
1
 
2
Germany
 0-1M. Gómez  24'
 0-2M. Gómez  38'
R. Van Persie  73' 1-2 
HT: 0-2
Metalist Stadium (Attendance: 38,633)
Referee: Jonas Eriksson
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Holland vs. Germany
Minute Commentary
90' FT: HOLLAND 1 GERMANY 2
Two goals from Mario Gomez help Germany to an impressive win over Holland in Kharkiv which gives Joachim Loew's side maximum points from their opening two games in Group B and leaves the Dutch on the brink of elimination. We had hoped for a classic between two of the game's superpowers. What we got was the team ranked third in the world giving the side ranked one place below them a footballing lesson for the first half of the match, opening up a healthy lead and denying us the pulsating end-to-end encounter which we craved. It could have been so different had Robin van Persie done better than shoot anaemically at Manuel Neuer in the early going. Mesut Ozil hit the post for Germany before the opener came midway through the first half. A delightful move saw Thomas Muller pick out Bastian Schweinsteiger and he produced the incisive pass that allowed Gomez to show his finishing prowess. An even better strike from the Bayern Munich frontman seven minutes before the interval doubled Germany's advantage and again Schweinsteiger was the supplier. Holland could have imploded, but to their credit they came back strongly in the second half. Neuer made a top-class save to deny Van Persie, but could do nothing about a sumptuous 20-yard strike from the Arsenal forward with 17 minutes remaining. Bert van Marwijk's men kept plugging away and caused the Germany defence a few nervous moments, but the ball did not fall their way.
90' GERMANY SUBSTITUTION
Thomas Muller is replaced by Lars Bender. We're into the first of three minutes of stoppage time.
90' ALMOST A HOWLER
Maarten Stekelenburg makes a real mess of trying to field an innocuous back-pass from Jetro Willems and almost gifts Miroslav Klose a farcical goal. Somehow he escapes what would have been a humiliating giveaway as the ball is gathered just by the post. Willems is booked shortly after.
86' GERMANY BOOKING
Jerome Boateng is cautioned for time-wasting. He will be suspended for the final group game.
85' VAN DER VAART OFF TARGET
Rafael van der Vaart plays a one-two with Dirk Kuyt, but shoots wide from 25 yards.
82' HOLLAND SUBSTITUTION
Arjen Robben is not best pleased as he is asked to make way for Dirk Kuyt.
80' GERMANY SUBSTITUTION
Mesut Ozil is replaced by Toni Kroos.
79' GERMANY BOOKING
Nigel De Jong is booked for bringing down Philipp Lahm.
77' NO PENALTY
The Dutch are screaming for a penalty after Robin van Persie tumbles inside the area. Mr Eriksson is rightly not interested.
76' DE JONG THE DESTROYER
Ozil exchanges passes with Khedira, but a supremely well-timed tackle by Nigel De Jong brings the German midfielder to a halt just as he is about to shoot.
73' MORE ON THAT GOAL
It's another quality strike. Van Persie picked up the ball midway inside the Germany half and as the defenders backed off he lashed an excellent right-foot shot into the corner, giving Neuer no chance.
72' GOAL: HOLLAND 1 GERMANY 2
A goal from Robin van Persie gives Holland hope.
71' GERMANY SUBSTITUTION
There's no hat-trick for Mario Gomez tonight. He makes way for Miroslav Klose.
71' SNEIJDER DENIED
A sweeping Holland move carves open Germany and Wesley Sneijder is all alone at the far post. The Inter midfielder's goalbound strike is bravely blocked by Jerome Boateng.
69' HALF-CHANCES AT BOTH ENDS
Another chance presents itself to the Dutch, but Robben snatches at it and the ball dribbles across the face of goal to safety. At the other end, Gomez screws a shot well wide from a narrow angle.
65' ROBBEN DISAPPOINTS AGAIN
Wesley Sneijder is pulling the strings for Holland. Another incisive pass looks to have put Robben in, but the first-touch from the Bayern Munich winger is awful.
64' WELL DONE WILLEMS
Jetro Willems looked shaky in the first half, but the Holland right-back has just made a robust tackle to deny Thomas Muller as he made inroads down the right side of the penalty area.
62' SUPERB SHOT FROM SNEIJDER
A beautiful right-foot curling shot from Wesley Sneijder is only a yard wide of the far post with Manuel Neuer beaten. Give Holland credit, they are still trying.
59' THE LAHM BELLS ARE RINGING
Even Philipp Lahm fancies his chance of getting on the scoresheet. The left-back cuts in off his wing and sees an ambitious shot charged down.
58' GOOD STOP FROM NEUER
That's better from Robin van Persie. He collects a pass from Robben and tests Neuer with a superb shot from the edge of the box, only to find the Bayern stopper on top of his game.
57' IN SEARCH OF A GOAL
Arjen Robben tries a rather selfish shot from outside the area which is deflected over the crossbar. The resulting set-piece comes to nothing.
55' TOTAL FUSSBALL
Boy, this German team are mobile and so comfortable on the ball. You have to think that if they played in orange and had Johan Cruyff in their line-up the world would be raving about them.
53' HUMMELS DENIED TWICE
The Dutch defence parts like the Red Sea as Mats Hummels charges forward from the back. Maarten Stekelenburg makes an initial awkward save before producing a top-class stop to keep out the follow-up from the young Dortmund central defender.
49' PUTTING THE PRESSURE ON
Wesley Sneijder puts in a cross from the left, but Holger Badstuber at full stretch manages to smuggle the ball away.
48' IN NEED OF TREATMENT
Mario Gomez caught a flailing arm from John Heitinga, but it was purely accidental and the two-goal hero is making a bit of a meal of that in truth.
47' NOTHING TO LOSE
Holland are going for it here. They've got so many attacking players on the pitch they could easily erase this two-goal deficit. Or get hit on the break time and time again and lose 7-0.
46' HERE WE GO AGAIN
Germany get the second half under way. Holland have brought on Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Rafael Van der Vaart for Mark Van Bommel and Ibrahim Afellay.
45' HT: HOLLAND 0 GERMANY 2
Germany lead convincingly at the break and are halfway towards collecting a second win of the tournament. It was an even opening to the match, with Robin van Persie shooting straight at Manuel Neuer for Holland and Mesut Ozil striking a post at the other end. But two goals in 14 minutes from Mario Gomez have given Germany control against a Holland side that look like they have had enough and want to go home. Both strikes were finished superbly by the right foot of the Bayern frontman and both featured assists from his club team-mate Bastian Schweinsteiger. When you think that Holger Badstuber headed straight at Martin Stekelenberg from six yards out Germany could already be out of sight. Bert van Marwijk needs to earn his money at the interval.
45' CLOSE TO A THIRD
A Germany free-kick from the left takes a wicked deflection off Robben, which forces Maarten Stekelenburg into an acrobatic tip-over.
43' ANY WAY BACK?
Holland are reeling here. It's hard to see them fighting their way back into this match, they already look a beaten side.
39' MORE ON THAT GOAL
It's another quality strike. Germany played the ball down the right, it came inside to Schweinsteiger and he slipped in the Bayern striker down the inside-right channel. Stekelenberg went down too early, but take nothing away from the finish, clipped into the far corner. Pure class.
38' GOAL: HOLLAND 0 GERMANY 2
It is 2-0. Gomez scores again.
37' BAD MISS FROM BADSTUBER
It should be 2-0 to Germany. The Dutch defending is appalling at a right-wing free-kick and the defender is presented with a free header six yards out. The Bayern man heads straight at Stekelenburg.
34' TIME FOR CALM HEADS
There has not been the expected riposte from the Dutch to going a goal down. We were hoping for a classic, but this match has yet to hit the heights and neither side are at the top of their game at present.
32' MONEY TO BURN
Tonight's referee Jonas Eriksson made six million pounds when he sold the stake he had in a company back home. It must have been tempting to toss up with a gold coin for choice of ends before kick-off, but the Swede resisted the temptation.
30' OFFICIALS HAVING A SHOCKER
It's not easy being an official, we all know that. But a couple of times already the flag has gone up for offside and the attacker has been clearly played onside by the last defender.
28' SUPER MARIO
Mario Gomez was within 15 seconds of being substituted against Portugal on Saturday and thereby likely to lose his place to Miroslav Klose for the remainder of the tournament. Then the ball drops kindly and he nets the winner to become a national hero. And now he goes and does it again. On such small margins are reputations made or destroyed.
27' EASY FOR NEUER
Arjen Robben lets fly with an angled drive from 25 yards, but Manuel Neuer could have saved that one with his eyes shut.
25' MORE ON THAT GOAL
It's a lovely sweeping move from Germany. Muller carried the ball into the centre before feeding Bastian Schweinsteiger and he slotted a delightful pass through for Gomez, who finished unerringly.
24' GOAL: HOLLAND 0 GERMANY 1
Mario Gomez scores the opener for Germany.
21' IN NEED OF AN ASPIRIN
Arjen Robben comes off for running repairs after a clash of heads with his Bayern Munich team-mate Holger Badstuber. He is fine to continue.
19' PROMISING POSITION WASTED
Holland break quickly from deep in their own half, but Khedira does well to cut out what turned into a poor cross from Afellay. The Barcelona man should have done better there.
17' STILL PLUGGING AWAY
A fine diagonal ball from Mathijsen finds Van Persie in space down the left. He takes it down with a combination of arm and chest, but Jerome Boateng - who RVP beat initially - recovers well to make the tackle.
16' REASONS FOR OPTIMISM
Holland's recent record may be a bit sketchy but, incredibly, the Dutch have not lost two successive matches since 1995.
14' GET UP, MESUT
Mesut Ozil tries to take the ball past Joris Mathijsen and falls theatrically inside the box. It's no penalty, and he's lucky not to be booked for diving.
13' IT WAS OFF THE POST
The replay man has finally arrived in Kharkiv and when we see that earlier Ozil shot again in super slow-mo, it actually struck the foot of the post and bounced kindly for Maarten Stekelenburg.
11' ROBIN UNRELIANT
Arjen Robben slides an incisive pass between the German centre-backs, but Van Persie scuffs a right-foot shot wide.
10' ALL TO PLAY FOR
Portugal beat Denmark 3-2 in today's early game in Group B, meaning those two sides and Germany all currently sit on three points, with Holland yet to get off the mark. What that result means is that even if the Dutch lose tonight, they are not definitely eliminated from the tournament.
8' SAVE FROM STEKELENBERG
This match is coming to the boil nicely already. Ozil's left-foot shot is saved at the foot of his post by Maarten Stekelenburg.
7' GOLDEN CHANCE SPURNED
A magnificent 35-yard forward pass from Van Bommel drops at the feet of Van Persie, but the Arsenal man snatches at the chance and can only toe-poke it straight at Manuel Neuer.
6' LACKING IN KLAAS
How do you feel if you are Klaas-Jan Huntelaar? He netted 12 goals in qualifying and has 31 international goals to his credit in 53 matches, yet still has to sit and watch and hope he gets to make his mark from the bench.
4' GOALS ON THE CARDS
There has never been a goalless draw between Germany and Holland. Let's not start tonight chaps, please.
2' EARLY DUTCH THREAT
Van Persie beats the offside trap early on, but two German defenders get back to cover.
1' HERE WE GO
Holland kick off the match, attacking the goal to our right.
0' TONIGHT'S TEAMS
Netherlands: Maarten Stekelenburg; Gregory van der Wiel, John Heitinga, Joris Mathijsen, Jetro Willems; Mark van Bommel, Nigel de Jong; Arjen Robben, Wesley Sneijder, Ibrahim Afellay; Robin van Persie Germany: Manuel Neuer; Jerome Boateng, Holger Badstuber, Mats Hummels, Philipp Lahm; Bastian Schweinsteiger, Sami Khedira; Thomas Mueller, Mesut Ozil; Lukas Podolski, Mario Gomez.
0' TEAM NEWS
Robin van Persie keeps his place in the Holland line-up, with Klaas-Jan Huntelaar remaining on the bench. The one change comes, as predicted, in defence, where the fit-again Joris Mathijsen replaces Ron Vlaar. For Germany, Joachim Loew names exactly the same line-up as started their victory over Portugal.
0' PREVIEW
Holland take on Germany in Kharkiv on Wednesday night knowing that a second defeat would almost certainly end their interest at Euro 2012. The Dutch were superior to a well-drilled Denmark in their opening Group B game, but profligate finishing saw them succumb in the tournament's major shock result so far. This has always been one of the biggest games in international football, ever since that supremely-talented Netherlands team built around Johan Cruyff were denied by West Germany in the 1974 World Cup final. "It's the game,” Holland midfielder Wesley Sneijder said. “The biggest Holland can play. I grew up watching these games on television and they're always something different. I've dreamt of playing and scoring the winner against the Germans.” These two sides were the top scorers in qualifying and the hope is that unlike the stale, predictable encounter between France and England, the fear factor will be consigned to the same rubbish bin where all those paper missiles the Germany fans tossed at Cristiano Ronaldo ended up. Already this tournament has proved so much more entertaining than the World Cup in South Africa two years ago. If they play to their potential, and we get an early goal, there is a chance we could be talking about this match not just for the rest of Euro 2012, but for years to come. 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
Bastian Schweinsteiger was one of Germany's outstanding players in their opening win over Portugal and his fantastic work-rate dispelled any fears that he might still be suffering with the calf injury sustained against Chelsea in the Champions League final. Mesut Ozil and Sami Khedira also did themselves justice in a mightily talented midfield. Conversely, Robin van Persie may have netted 30 goals for Arsenal in the Premier League season not long finished, but against Denmark he couldn't hit the back end of a milk-producing bovine with a circular-framed multi-stringed musical instrument. This was not the van Persie we know, he snatched at perfectly good chances he would have buried in his sleep at the Emirates. RVP will be determined to put the record straight and add to his 28 international goals.
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. Holland enjoyed their lone success at Euro 1988 when they beat Russia 2-0 in the final in a match remembered for Marco van Basten's stunning volleyed goal. The Oranje have been ever-present in the final tournament ever since, reaching the semi-finals in 1992, 2000 and 2004.
0' EARLY TEAM NEWS
After seeing his side fire blanks against Denmark, Holland coach Bert van Marwijk could opt to shake up his forward line by bringing in Klaas-Jan Huntelaar in place of either Robin van Persie or Ibrahim Affelay. Joris Mathijsen has recovered from a hamstring problem and is being tipped for a return at the expense of Ron Vlaar. Germany suffered no injuries in their opening match and it would be no surprise if Joachim Loew named an unchanged side.
0' HEAD TO HEAD
There have been 38 previous encounters between the countries, with Germany winning 14 times, Holland ten and 14 matches being drawn. In competitive matches, Germany have won three times to Holland's two. The last time they met was a friendly in November in Hamburg, with Germany inflicting a 3-0 defeat on Holland, their heaviest loss since crashing 4-1 to England at Euro 1996.
0' FORM GUIDE
Germany had won just twice in their five friendly matches since ending their qualifying campaign, losing to both France and Switzerland, but once again, when the finals of a major tournament came around they produced the goods. Holland have won just three of their past eight games, losing to Sweden, Germany, Bulgaria and Denmark.
0' MAN IN THE MIDDLE
Taking charge of tonight's game is Jonas Eriksson. The 38-year-old Swede has been a FIFA international referee since 2002. He is perhaps best remembered by English fans for sending off Liverpool's Ryan Babel during their Europa League clash against Benfica in 2010, a match in which he also awarded two controversial penalties to the home side. Eriksson's not short of a few bob, either, apparently. When the three partners sold the TV company (IEC) in which he had a 15 per cent share, Eriksson became a multi-millionaire overnight.
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Team Stats
Holland Germany
1 Goals 2
1 Assists 2
13 Shots 12
6 Shots on Goal 9
7 Saves 5
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
14 Crosses 14
6 Corner Kicks 5
1 Offside 4
11 Fouls Committed 7
2 Cautions/Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
54% Ball Possession 46%
Holland
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Maarten Stekelenburg 90 - 0 0 2 4
2Gregory Van der Wiel 90 0 0 0 - -
3John Heitinga 90 0 0 0 - -
4Joris Mathijsen 90 0 0 0 - -
6Mark Van Bommel 45 0 0 0 - -
8Nigel De Jong 90 0 1 0 - -
10Wesley Sneijder 90 0 0 0 - -
11Arjen Robben 83 0 0 0 - -
15Jetro Willems 90 0 1 0 - -
16Robin Van Persie 90 1 0 0 - -
20Ibrahim Afellay 45 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
7Dirk Kuyt 7 0 0 0 - -
9Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 45 0 0 0 - -
23Rafael Van der Vaart 45 0 0 0 - -

Germany
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Manuel Neuer 90 - 0 0 1 3
5Mats Hummels 90 0 0 0 - -
6Sami Khedira 90 0 0 0 - -
7Bastian Schweinsteiger 90 0 0 0 - -
8Mesut Özil 81 0 0 0 - -
10Lukas Podolski 90 0 0 0 - -
13Thomas Müller 89 0 0 0 - -
14Holger Badstuber 90 0 0 0 - -
16Philipp Lahm 90 0 0 0 - -
20Jerome Boateng 90 0 1 0 - -
23Mario Gómez 72 2 0 0 - -
Substitutes
11Miroslav Klose 18 0 0 0 - -
15Lars Bender 1 0 0 0 - -
18Toni Kroos 9 0 0 0 - -
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Holland vs. Germany
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Holland 1-2 Germany
90' Half Over  Holland 1-2 Germany
90' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Holland)
90' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
90' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
90' Throw-In  Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
90' Substitution  Lars Bender (on). Müller (off). (Germany)
90' Cross  Lukas Podolski (Germany) - Intercepted
90' Yellow Card  Jetro Willems (Holland)
90' Foul  Müller fouled by Jetro Willems (Holland)
90' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Holland)
89' Foul  De Jong fouled by Thomas Müller (Germany)
89' Corner Kick  Toni Kroos (Germany)
88' Corner Kick  Toni Kroos (Germany)
87' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
87' Yellow Card  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
86' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
85' Shot  Rafael Van der Vaart (Holland)
84' Foul  Rafael Van der Vaart (Holland)
83' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
83' Substitution  Dirk Kuyt (on). Robben (off). (Holland)
81' Substitution  Toni Kroos (on). Özil (off). (Germany)
80' Yellow Card  Nigel De Jong (Holland)
80' Foul  Lahm fouled by Nigel De Jong (Holland)
80' Shot on Goal  Mesut Özil (Germany)
79' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
79' Shot  Jetro Willems (Holland)
77' Foul  De Jong fouled by Mesut Özil (Germany)
75' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
75' Throw-In  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
73' Goal  Robin Van Persie (Holland). Assist by Sneijder
73' Shot on Goal  Robin Van Persie (Holland)
72' Substitution  Miroslav Klose (on). Gómez (off). (Germany)
72' Foul  Robben fouled by Thomas Müller (Germany)
72' Corner Kick  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
71' Shot on Goal  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
70' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Holland)
70' Shot  Mario Gómez (Germany)
70' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
69' Shot  Arjen Robben (Holland)
69' Cross  Wesley Sneijder (Holland) - Off Target
68' Throw-In  Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
67' Foul  Khedira fouled by Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
67' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
66' Cross  Wesley Sneijder (Holland) - Defended by Keeper
65' Cross  Arjen Robben (Holland) - Headed Out - In Play
65' Corner Kick  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
63' Cross  Lukas Podolski (Germany) - Defended by Keeper
63' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
63' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
62' Shot  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
62' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - Defended by Keeper
60' Shot on Goal  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
58' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Intercepted
58' Shot on Goal  Robin Van Persie (Holland)
58' Cross  Arjen Robben (Holland) - On Target
58' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
57' Shot  Joris Mathijsen (Holland)
57' Corner Kick  Wesley Sneijder (Holland) - Off Target
56' Shot  Arjen Robben (Holland)
56' Offside  Mesut Özil (Germany)
53' Foul  Van der Vaart fouled by Thomas Müller (Germany)
53' Cross  Lukas Podolski (Germany) - Clearance In Play
53' Corner Kick  Mesut Özil (Germany)
52' Shot on Goal  Mats Hummels (Germany)
52' Shot on Goal  Mats Hummels (Germany)
52' Cross  Jetro Willems (Holland) - Clearance In Play
51' Throw-In  Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
51' Throw-In  Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
50' Foul  Müller fouled by Rafael Van der Vaart (Holland)
50' Cross  Wesley Sneijder (Holland) - Clearance In Play
48' Cross  Rafael Van der Vaart (Holland) - Headed Out - In Play
48' Cross  Jetro Willems (Holland) - Clearance In Play
47' Offside  Thomas Müller (Germany)
47' Corner Kick  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany) - Headed Out - In Play
47' Cross  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany) - Headed Out - Out of Play
46' Foul  Podolski fouled by Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
46' Start Half 
46' Substitution  Rafael Van der Vaart (on). Van Bommel (off). (Holland)
46' Substitution  Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (on). Afellay (off). (Holland)
45' Half Over  Holland 0-2 Germany
45' Shot on Goal  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
45' Free Kick  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
45' Foul  Podolski fouled by Mark Van Bommel (Holland)
45' Cross  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany) - Headed Out - In Play
45' Foul  Özil fouled by Jetro Willems (Holland)
42' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
42' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Holland)
41' Shot  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
41' Corner Kick  Wesley Sneijder (Holland) - Clearance In Play
40' Throw-In  Ibrahim Afellay (Holland)
38' Goal  Mario Gómez (Germany). Assist by Schweinsteiger
38' Shot on Goal  Mario Gómez (Germany)
38' Cross  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany) - On Target
37' Shot on Goal  Holger Badstuber (Germany)
37' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany) - On Target
36' Foul  Müller fouled by Jetro Willems (Holland)
36' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
35' Throw-In  Arjen Robben (Holland)
34' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
33' Offside  Mario Gómez (Germany)
32' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Holland)
32' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - Directly Out
32' Goal Kick  Maarten Stekelenburg (Holland)
31' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
30' Shot on Goal  Arjen Robben (Holland)
29' Foul  Van Bommel fouled by Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
29' Throw-In  Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
28' Offside  Mario Gómez (Germany)
28' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
27' Foul  Heitinga fouled by Mesut Özil (Germany)
27' Offside  Arjen Robben (Holland)
26' Shot on Goal  Arjen Robben (Holland)
26' Throw-In  Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
25' Throw-In  Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
24' Goal  Mario Gómez (Germany). Assist by Schweinsteiger
24' Shot on Goal  Mario Gómez (Germany)
24' Cross  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany) - On Target
23' Foul  Özil fouled by John Heitinga (Holland)
22' Throw-In  Jetro Willems (Holland)
21' Throw-In  Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
19' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
19' Corner Kick  Wesley Sneijder (Holland) - Directly Out
18' Cross  Ibrahim Afellay (Holland) - Clearance Out of Play
18' Shot on Goal  Lukas Podolski (Germany)
18' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - Completed Pass
18' Throw-In  Mesut Özil (Germany)
18' Throw-In  Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
17' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
17' Corner Kick  Wesley Sneijder (Holland) - Directly Out
16' Foul  Sneijder fouled by Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
15' Throw-In  Arjen Robben (Holland)
14' Corner Kick  Wesley Sneijder (Holland) - Headed Out - Out of Play
14' Cross  Ibrahim Afellay (Holland) - Clearance Out of Play
11' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
11' Shot  Robin Van Persie (Holland)
11' Cross  Arjen Robben (Holland) - Off Target
9' Cross  Ibrahim Afellay (Holland) - Defended by Keeper
9' Throw-In  Arjen Robben (Holland)
8' Shot  Mesut Özil (Germany)
8' Cross  Jerome Boateng (Germany) - Headed Out - In Play
8' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
8' Throw-In  Jerome Boateng (Germany)
8' Throw-In  Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
7' Shot on Goal  Robin Van Persie (Holland)
7' Cross  Mark Van Bommel (Holland) - On Target
4' Foul  Müller fouled by Nigel De Jong (Holland)
4' Throw-In  Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
4' Throw-In  Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
3' Throw-In  Gregory Van der Wiel (Holland)
2' Cross  Sami Khedira (Germany) - Intercepted
2' Cross  Wesley Sneijder (Holland) - Defended by Keeper
1' Start Half 

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SHTSShots
SOGShots on Goal
CKCorner Kicks
CRCrosses
OffOffside
FCFouls Committed
FSFouls Suffered
YCYellow Cards
RCRed Cards
GAGoals Against
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