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Sunday, June 17, 2012
 Full Time
Denmark
1
 
2
Germany
 0-1L. Podolski  19'
M. Krohn-Dehli  24' 1-1 
 1-2L. Bender  80'
HT: 1-1
Arena Lviv (Attendance: 35,000)
Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo
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Denmark vs. Germany
Minute Commentary
90' JOB DONE
Germany come out of this game as victors, but they were far below their flowing best. Denmark more than matched them during the first half, and fought back well after Lukas Podolski's driven opener. Michael Krohn-Dehli gave his side parity with a neat header, and after that both sides had chances to score again. The second half was a much quieter affair, with neither side particularly pressing, and for a time it appeared that Germany's place in the quarter finals was not as cut and dried as it seemed. However, they scored the winner through Lars Bender after a swift counter-attack. Denmark can head home with their heads held high, whilst Germany now have a tie with Greece to look forward to. Final score Denmark 1, Germany 2.
90' FULL TIME
The referee ends the match, and with it ends Denmark's participation in Euro 2012. Germany, on the other hand, are the only team with a perfect record.
90' TOO LATE
Twice in a minute, Germany are called offside, with both Andre Schurrle and Toni Kroos the offenders.
90' POOR
Germany win a free kick in a good position, but Bastian Schweinsteiger curls it against the wall. A shame, that.
90' ADDED TIME
Three minutes of additional time are given.
90' RUNNING DOWN TIME
The Germans seem quite happy to stroke the ball around, not really doing much with it but also not allowing Denmark to have a sniff.
89' RUSH OF BLOOD
For no real reason, Manuel Neuer comes rushing out of his area to collect the ball in defence. Michael Krohn-Dehli nearly robs him of it, but Neuer recovers enough to clear the ball.
87' NO URGENCY
The Danes, when they should really be giving it their all, are casually playing the ball around defence. It's almost as if they're resigned to their fate.
84' FINAL GERMAN CHANGE
Toni Kroos takes the place of Thomas Muller.
84' CLOSE
Lars Jacobsen meets a corner with his head, but the ball flies just over the bar.
82' DENMARK CHANGE
Jakob Poulsen leaves the field, with Tobias Mikkelsen taking his place. Mikkelsen is a striker, meaning that the Danes are going all out here.
81' SWIFT AND BRUTAL
Germany really know how to do things efficiently, don't they. Denmark waste a good attacking move and Germany counter through Mesut Ozil. As he goes to play the killer ball through to Miroslav Klose he slips, overhitting the ball. It sails past Klose but falls to the marauding Bender, who pokes home for his first international goal. Denmark 1, Germany 2.
80' GOOOAAAALLLL
LARS BENDER SCORES A LATE GERMAN GOAL!!!
79' ALL TO PLAY FOR
If Denmark score here, and both games finish 2-1, then Denmark would top the group with Portugal second. A nervy ten minutes awaits.
78' SUBSTITUTION
Denmark make their first change of the game, with Niki Zimling being withdrawn in the place of former Liverpool man Christian Poulsen. That's three players with the name Poulsen on the field now.
76' NICE TRY
Nicklas Bendtner tries a shot, which Manuel Neuer does well to save. On second viewing, Holger Badstuber had a hold of Bendtner's shirt and that could have been a penalty.
75' UPDATE
News is coming in that Portugal have scored another goal against Holland, further strengthening their hold on the second spot in the group.
74' GERMAN SUBSTITUTION
Mario Gomez, as has happened so often for Germany, is replaced by Miroslav Klose.
73' PRESSING AGAIN
The Germans are coming forward once again, looking to break down a stubborn Danish defence, and secure their place in the next round.
71' SHAKY KEEPING
Niki Zimling tries a shot from range, which Manuel Neuer should catch easily. Instead, he gets it wrong and tips the ball behind for a corner.
70' AS IT STANDS
The score remains the same in the match between Portugal and Holland, meaning that Denmark are still going home.
67' GREAT SAVE
Stephan Andersen does well here to divert a shot wide from Andre Schurrle, who had cut in from the left. The first real action we have had in a while.
65' GERMANY CHANGE
Andre Schurrle takes the place of Lukas Podolski.
64' MEN BEHIND THE BALL
Germany are coming forward, and Denmark are keeping men back to defend. Their chances of hitting on the counter are reduced due to not having anyone up top.
62' NOTHING TO REPORT
The game has been played in the middle of the park in the last couple of moments, and there haven't been any chances of note. Denmark need a goal, whereas Germany will be happy to see this out.
58' TOO FLUID
Germany play some good, flowing football, but sometimes it can count against them. Several times they have tried to play one ball too many and Denmark have been able to clear.
56' TIME FOR A CHANGE?
The game has settled into a steady pace, and neither side have made the most of the chances they have been given. Perhaps some fresh legs would inject some energy?
54' UNFORTUNATE
Germany press forward, and Gomez does well to hold up the ball. He lays it off for Mesut Ozil, but as he goes to strike it he loses his footing and Denmark are able to clear.
53' LAST DITCH
Denmark have been defending well all game, but their challenges have always been last minute. Any moment now, Germany will get round them and score again.
51' SO CLOSE!
Nearly a fantastic goal. Simon Poulsen surges down the left and plays the ball into Nicklas Bendtner, who turns and lays the ball off to Jakob Poulsen. His stinging drive strikes the base of the post and rolls wide. What a chance.
48' NICE TRY
Philipp Lahm bends in a ball from deep on the left for Thomas Muller to run on to, but Stephan Andersen is out smartly to gather.
47' NEED SOMETHING
As it stands, Germany top the group with Portugal joining them in the quarter finals. Denmark need a goal, and soon.
46' KICK OFF
Denmark start the second half. No changes for either side during the interval.
45' GOOD HALF
This has been an entertaining half of football. Germany looked threatening at the beginning but the Danish have more than held their own, and will be hoping that they can grab a second goal to secure their progression. Germany took the lead through Lukas Podolski after some good play following a throw-in, but Denmark equalised through a Michael Krohn-Dehli header due to poor Germany defending from a corner. There's more to come from this, I feel.
45' HALF TIME
The referee ends the half, Denmark 1, Germany 1.
45' ALL QUIET
The fans have lost their voice and all is quiet round the stadium, although they briefly come to life as the whistle approaches.
45' ADDED TIME
One minute is shown on the board by the fourth official, who is Englishman Mark Clattenburg.
45' GREAT BALL
Christian Eriksen sends across an inch-perfect ball from right to left, which Simon Poulsen controls well and plays off Lars Bender to win a corner.
43' GOOD RUN
Mario Gomez breaks through two challenges in the box and looks to shoot, but Andersen gets down well to save. Gomez is then penalised for his challenge on the keeper.
41' GOOD CHANCE
Sami Khedira should have put the Germans in the lead here. William Kvist gets it all wrong and plays the ball backwards, allowing Khedira to nip in. The Real Madrid man sends in a thunderous shot, but the wrong side of the post.
41' TAKING IT IN TURNS
Both sides are having a go at attacking the other. Germany still look more dangerous, but the Danish attacks are getting more threatening.
37' OVER THE BAR
Lukas Podolski is the man to strike the free kick, but his effort is always rising and it doesn't trouble Stephan Andersen.
36' DANGEROUS
Simon Kjaer and Thomas Muller clash on the edge of the box. Both men go into it with full force, but Kjaer was more at fault and Germany win the free kick in a dangerous area.
33' POOR
Germany play the corner short to Podolski, who bursts into the box and crosses for Mario Gomez. The big striker gets it all wrong and hits his shot into the ground.
32' CLOSE
Mesut Ozil swings in another free kick from the right, and Daniel Agger does well to knock the ball out for a corner to prevent Mats Hummels getting his head to it.
31' EVEN STEVENS
Both teams are contesting this well. Germany look more dangerous on the attack, but Denmark seem more than equal to it.
29' UPDATE
News from the other match. Portugal have scored an equaliser, meaning that they leapfrog Denmark and claim second spot in the group due to a better head-to-head record.
28' LOOKING TO HIT BACK
Germany aren't happy to be drawing, and have immediately started coming forward in numbers in search of a second goal.
25' TOO EASY
Poor defending from the Germans. A corner comes in from the right, which finds Nicklas Bendtner in space deep in the box. He fires a header towards goal, which Michael Krohn-Dehli pokes past a hapless Manuel Neuer. Denmark 1, Germany 1, and as it stands both are going through.
24' GOOOOOOAAAAAALLLLL
MICHAEL KROHN-DEHLI SCORES THE EQUALISER!!
23' NEED A GOAL
As it stands, Portugal will go through with a better head-to-head record. To stand any chance of progressing, Denmark need a goal to get back into the qualification places.
19' TON UP
Lukas Podolski, the youngest German to reach 100 caps, fires the Germans into the lead. Mesut Ozil throws the ball to the feet of Thomas Muller, who turns in the box and aims a low cross at Mario Gomez. Gomez miscues his effort, but the ball falls to Podolski, who makes no mistake and lashes home. Denmark 0, Germany 1.
19' GOOOOOOAAAAAALLLL
LUKAS PODOLSKI FIRES THE GERMANS INTO THE LEAD!!!!!!!!!!!!
19' ON THE CHARGE
Denmark are having to defend in numbers here. The Germans are pressing forward and are giving them a torrid time.
17' WASTE
Mesut Ozil curls in a free-kick from wide on the right, but his attempt is poor and it bounces well wide.
14' LONG-RANGE CHANCE
Nicklas Bendtner presses forward and fires in a drive from distance. It bobbles wide of the goal.
13' NICE TRY
Mario Gomez picks up the ball with his back to goal, and after holding Simon Kjaer off, turns to shoot. Stephan Andersen is watching it all the way, and sees it sail over the bar.
11' FINE PLAY
Sami Khedira and Mesut Ozil exchange passes which nearly result in Khedira being through on goal. Once again, Daniel Agger is the man to come across with a saving tackle for his team.
10' GOOD RUN
Lukas Podolski wins the ball in midfield and plays a defence-splitting pass, which Philipp Lahm tries to latch on to. Daniel Agger comes across just in time to cut it out.
9' SWIFT PLAY
Both sides have pace all over the park. Lars Jacobsen bursts forward down the right for Denmark, but his pass is cut out by Philipp Lahm, who then sets of on a blistering run of his own.
7' ALL GERMANY
The Germans appear to be their normal selves - confident, efficient, and ruthless. However, were it not for the misfiring boots of Muller, they should be two goals ahead.
5' GREAT SAVE
Another flowing German move comes forward, and Thomas Muller really should score. Mario Gomez heads the ball on and all Muller has to do is poke the ball home, but he hits his shot into the ground and Stephan Andersen collects.
4' TENSE
The atmosphere in the stadium is edgy. Both teams are still able to progress in the contest, but need a victory to secure it.
2' CHANCE!
And the Germans hit back. A swift counter-attack comes down the left-hand side and Sami Khedira sends in a cross, which Thomas Muller volleys just wide.
2' OFFSIDE
Michael Krohn-Dehli is flagged offside after chasing down a long ball. An early warning shot from the Danes.
1' KICK OFF
Germany, in their all-white kit, start the game kicking from right to left.
0' BREAKING TEAM NEWS
Both sides make one change to their starting line-up. Jakob Poulsen takes the place of Dennis Rommedahl on the right flank for Denmark, whilst Niki Zimling is fit to continue in the centre of the park. For the Germans, Lars Bender takes the place of Jerome Boateng, but it is unclear whether he will take the right-back position or whether he will slot into the midfield.
0' QUALIFICATION CHANCES
German are sitting pretty atop the group with six points, but their qualification is not yet secure. A win or a draw will see them safe, but a loss could see them in trouble. Denmark, on the other hand, need to hope that they better Portugal's result against the Netherlands in order to progress. Interestingly, if Denmark beat Germany and Portugal beat the Netherlands, we would be faced with three teams on six points, each of whom have the better head-to-head record against each other. In this case, goal difference would be the decider.
0' FACTS AND STATS
Germany have the better record between the two sides, winning 14 of their 25 encounters, but the Danish did well to recover from a 2-0 deficit to record a 2-2 draw in their last meeting. The last time these two sides met in the European Championships was in 1992, when the unfancied Danes won 2-0 to take the title. Denmark have won seven of their last 10 ties, whereas the Germans have scored in their last 18. Whatever happens, this game seems set for goals.
0' KEY MEN
Denmark have certainly provided some entertainment in this competition so far, and Arsenal man Nicklas Bendtner has been at the heart of the action. He bullied the Dutch defence in the first game, and was on hand to score two goals in the Portuguese match. For the Germans, Mario Gomez is the key man up front. Despite being maligned in some quarters for his all-round play, the Bayern Munich forward has scored all three of the German's goals in the contest and will need to be watched.
0' GERMANY TEAM NEWS
Jerome Boateng has picked up two yellow cards in the competition and will miss this game, so the likely contenders for his right-back slot are Benedikt Howedes and Lars Bender. However, there is a chance that Philipp Lahm could switch from the left-back position, or coach Joachim Loew could revert to a three-man defence.
0' DENMARK TEAM NEWS
Dennis Rommedahl is out for the Danish with a thigh strain, whilst central midfielder Niki Zimling picked up a knock in the last game against Portugal and is also a doubt. Coach Martin Olsen has given no clues as to who could replace both men. Nicklas Bendtner and Daniel Agger look set to continue representing English clubs in the competition.
0' PREVIEW
Hello and welcome to tonight's match between Denmark and Germany. Germany look set to progress to the next round, but if last's night's fixtures tell a story, it's that anything can happen in this European Championship.
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Team Stats
Denmark Germany
1 Goals 2
1 Assists 2
10 Shots 12
6 Shots on Goal 6
4 Saves 5
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
10 Crosses 29
5 Corner Kicks 3
4 Offside 2
8 Fouls Committed 6
0 Cautions/Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
36% Ball Possession 64%
Denmark
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Stephan Andersen 90 - 0 0 2 2
3Simon Kjaer 90 0 0 0 - -
4Daniel Agger 90 0 0 0 - -
5Simon Poulsen 90 0 0 0 - -
6Lars Jacobsen 90 0 0 0 - -
7William Kvist 90 0 0 0 - -
8Christian Eriksen 90 0 0 0 - -
9Michael Krohn-Dehli 90 1 0 0 - -
11Nicklas Bendtner 90 0 0 0 - -
19Jakob Poulsen 82 0 0 0 - -
21Niki Zimling 79 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
2Christian Bager Poulsen 11 0 0 0 - -
23Tobias Mikkelsen 8 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 90 0 0 0 - -
10Lukas Podolski 64 1 0 0 - -
13Thomas Müller 84 0 0 0 - -
14Holger Badstuber 90 0 0 0 - -
15Lars Bender 90 1 0 0 - -
16Philipp Lahm 90 0 0 0 - -
23Mario Gómez 74 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
9Andre Schurrle 26 0 0 0 - -
11Miroslav Klose 16 0 0 0 - -
18Toni Kroos 6 0 0 0 - -
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Denmark vs. Germany
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Denmark 1-2 Germany
90' Half Over  Denmark 1-2 Germany
90' Offside  Daniel Agger (Denmark)
90' Cross  Christian Eriksen (Denmark) - Offside
90' Offside  Andre Schurrle (Germany)
90' Offside  Toni Kroos (Germany)
90' Shot on Goal  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
90' Free Kick  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
90' Foul  Klose fouled by Christian Bager Poulsen (Denmark)
89' Foul  Nicklas Bendtner (Denmark)
87' Throw-In  Lars Jacobsen (Denmark)
86' Offside  Simon Poulsen (Denmark)
84' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
84' Substitution  Toni Kroos (on). Müller (off). (Germany)
84' Shot  Daniel Agger (Denmark)
84' Corner Kick  Lars Jacobsen (Denmark) - Off Target
83' Throw-In  Michael Krohn-Dehli (Denmark)
83' Throw-In  Lars Jacobsen (Denmark)
82' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
82' Substitution  Tobias Mikkelsen (on). Poulsen (off). (Denmark)
80' Goal  Lars Bender (Germany). Assist by Özil
80' Shot on Goal  Lars Bender (Germany)
79' Goal Kick  Stephan Andersen (Denmark)
79' Substitution  Christian Bager Poulsen (on). Zimling (off). (Denmark)
78' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Completed Pass
78' Goal Kick  Stephan Andersen (Denmark)
77' Cross  Holger Badstuber (Germany) - Directly Out
77' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - Clearance In Play
76' Shot on Goal  Nicklas Bendtner (Denmark)
75' Foul  Agger fouled by Mesut Özil (Germany)
75' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
74' Substitution  Miroslav Klose (on). Gómez (off). (Germany)
74' Throw-In  Simon Poulsen (Denmark)
73' Cross  Sami Khedira (Germany) - Headed Out - In Play
72' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
71' Cross  Christian Eriksen (Denmark) - Directly Out
71' Corner Kick  Michael Krohn-Dehli (Denmark)
71' Shot on Goal  Niki Zimling (Denmark)
71' Cross  Michael Krohn-Dehli (Denmark) - Headed Out - In Play
69' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
69' Goal Kick  Stephan Andersen (Denmark)
68' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
67' Shot on Goal  Andre Schurrle (Germany)
67' Cross  Mario Gómez (Germany) - On Target
65' Cross  Mario Gómez (Germany) - Defended
64' Substitution  Andre Schurrle (on). Podolski (off). (Germany)
64' Foul  Schweinsteiger fouled by Nicklas Bendtner (Denmark)
63' Shot on Goal  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
63' Throw-In  Holger Badstuber (Germany)
63' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - Clearance Out of Play
63' Corner Kick  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Defended by Keeper
62' Cross  Sami Khedira (Germany) - Clearance Out of Play
62' Cross  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany) - Intercepted
61' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
61' Cross  Lars Bender (Germany) - Clearance Out of Play
59' Throw-In  Mesut Özil (Germany)
58' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
57' Offside  Simon Poulsen (Denmark)
56' Cross  Lars Jacobsen (Denmark) - Defended by Keeper
54' Foul  Zimling fouled by Thomas Müller (Germany)
54' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
54' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - Completed Pass
53' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
52' Goal Kick  Stephan Andersen (Denmark)
51' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
51' Shot  Jakob Poulsen (Denmark)
51' Cross  Nicklas Bendtner (Denmark) - Off Target
51' Cross  Simon Poulsen (Denmark) - Completed Pass
50' Throw-In  Lars Jacobsen (Denmark)
50' Goal Kick  Stephan Andersen (Denmark)
50' Shot  Mario Gómez (Germany)
48' Cross  Philipp Lahm (Germany) - Defended by Keeper
48' Throw-In  Mesut Özil (Germany)
48' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Clearance Out of Play
47' Foul  Thomas Müller (Germany)
46' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
46' Start Half 
45' Half Over  Denmark 1-1 Germany
45' Throw-In  Thomas Müller (Germany)
45' Shot on Goal  Simon Kjaer (Denmark)
45' Cross  Nicklas Bendtner (Denmark) - Completed Pass
45' Cross  Jakob Poulsen (Denmark) - Completed Pass
45' Corner Kick  Christian Eriksen (Denmark) - Clearance In Play
44' Cross  Simon Poulsen (Denmark) - Deflected - Out of Play
44' Foul  Bender fouled by Nicklas Bendtner (Denmark)
43' Foul  Andersen fouled by Mario Gómez (Germany)
43' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - Completed Pass
42' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - Clearance In Play
41' Goal Kick  Stephan Andersen (Denmark)
41' Shot  Sami Khedira (Germany)
41' Cross  Mario Gómez (Germany) - Clearance In Play
39' Shot on Goal  Niki Zimling (Denmark)
39' Throw-In  Simon Poulsen (Denmark)
38' Goal Kick  Stephan Andersen (Denmark)
38' Cross  Sami Khedira (Germany)
38' Cross  Lars Bender (Germany) - Clearance In Play
37' Throw-In  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
37' Goal Kick  Stephan Andersen (Denmark)
37' Shot  Lukas Podolski (Germany)
36' Foul  Müller fouled by Simon Kjaer (Denmark)
34' Throw-In  Simon Poulsen (Denmark)
34' Cross  Philipp Lahm (Germany) - Headed Out - In Play
34' Corner Kick  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Headed Out - In Play
33' Goal Kick  Stephan Andersen (Denmark)
32' Shot  Mario Gómez (Germany)
32' Cross  Lukas Podolski (Germany) - Off Target
32' Corner Kick  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
32' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Defended by Keeper
31' Foul  Müller fouled by Daniel Agger (Denmark)
29' Foul  Kvist fouled by Philipp Lahm (Germany)
29' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
28' Shot  Michael Krohn-Dehli (Denmark)
28' Cross  Lars Bender (Germany) - Headed Out - In Play
27' Goal Kick  Stephan Andersen (Denmark)
27' Throw-In  Lars Jacobsen (Denmark)
26' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
24' Goal  Michael Krohn-Dehli (Denmark). Assist by Bendtner
24' Shot on Goal  Michael Krohn-Dehli (Denmark)
24' Corner Kick  Lars Jacobsen (Denmark)
22' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
22' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
22' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
21' Foul  Zimling fouled by Mario Gómez (Germany)
20' Throw-In  Simon Poulsen (Denmark)
19' Goal  Lukas Podolski (Germany). Assist by Gómez
19' Shot on Goal  Lukas Podolski (Germany)
19' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
18' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Clearance Out of Play
17' Throw-In  Lars Jacobsen (Denmark)
17' Goal Kick  Stephan Andersen (Denmark)
17' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Directly Out
17' Free Kick  Mesut Özil (Germany)
16' Foul  Özil fouled by Niki Zimling (Denmark)
16' Throw-In  Simon Poulsen (Denmark)
16' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
15' Foul  Badstuber fouled by Nicklas Bendtner (Denmark)
14' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
14' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
14' Shot  Nicklas Bendtner (Denmark)
13' Goal Kick  Stephan Andersen (Denmark)
12' Shot  Mario Gómez (Germany)
11' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
11' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Clearance Out of Play
11' Throw-In  Sami Khedira (Germany)
9' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - Clearance In Play
8' Throw-In  Simon Poulsen (Denmark)
7' Throw-In  Lars Bender (Germany)
6' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
6' Shot on Goal  Thomas Müller (Germany)
5' Cross  Lukas Podolski (Germany) - On Target
5' Shot on Goal  Nicklas Bendtner (Denmark)
5' Corner Kick  Michael Krohn-Dehli (Denmark) - On Target
5' Cross  Simon Poulsen (Denmark) - Deflected - Out of Play
4' Throw-In  Lars Jacobsen (Denmark)
3' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
3' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
3' Cross  Sami Khedira (Germany) - Clearance In Play
2' Goal Kick  Stephan Andersen (Denmark)
2' Shot  Thomas Müller (Germany)
2' Cross  Sami Khedira (Germany) - Off Target
2' Offside  Michael Krohn-Dehli (Denmark)
1' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
1' Start Half 

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