TITLE TEAMS: Germany v France
Friday, July 4, 2014
 Full TimeESP2/UNIV/UNDP
France
0
 
1
Germany
 0-1M. Hummels  13'
HT: 0-1
Maracana (Attendance: 74,240)
Referee: Néstor Pitana
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France vs. Germany
Minute Commentary
90' HEAD BOY HUMMELS TAKES GERMANY INTO THE SEMI-FINALS
A Mats Hummels header proved enough to take Germany into the semi-finals of the 2014 World Cup as they beat France 1-0 at the Maracana. The centre back held off Raphael Varane to loop a header into the top corner from Toni Kroos' free kick in the 13th minute, and from then on the tone was set. France had chances to equalise in an exciting first half, with Manuel Neuer pulling off a superb save from Mathieu Valbuena's volley, but the game became scrappy after the break, much to the advantage of their opponents. Andre Schurrle and Thomas Muller went close for Germany on the break as France pushed forward, and Karim Benzema's close-range effort right at the death was saved by the perpertually solid Neuer. Joachim Low's side looked as confident as ever throughout the encounter and could go all the way in this tournament, while France's young team will come again.
90' FULL TIME FRANCE 0 GERMANY 1
The referee calls time, and it's Germany who yet again make it through to the semi-finals. Their celebrations are strangely muted, but perhaps this is just normal for them. France's players console each other as the reality of their World Cup exit hits home.
90' LAST CHANCE
Benzema gets one last chance to save his country with a charge past the defence and a venomous rising shot, but the angle is too tight to trouble Manuel Neuer. That surely must be it now.
90' SUBSTITUTION
Kroos is sacrificed to make a time-wasting late change, with Christoph Kramer the man coming on in his place.
90' NO WAY PAST HUMMELS
Karim Benzema chests down a high ball and tries a one-two with Pogba on the edge of the box, but the commanding Hummels is in the way again.
88' HOPES FADING FOR FRANCE
Thomas Muller leaves Matuidi eating his dust with a powerful run down the right wing and pulls the ball back for Schurrle, whose sidefooter is blocked by the imposing figure of Varane. The French faces in the crowd are looking despondent as their World Cup hopes trickle away.
85' SUBSTITUTON
A last throw of the dice for France sees striker Olivier Giroud introduced in place of Valbuena.
83' SUBSTITUTION
Ozil makes way for Mario Gotze.
82' SCHURRLE DENIED
Mesut Ozil scampers down the left flank as Germany break at speed, sending a dangerous low cross into the area. Muller misses his connection, and the ball runs straight through to Schurrle, who has time to take a touch but instead fires first time and straight at the grateful Lloris.
81' OWN GOAL THREAT
A Valbuena free kick from the left side is met by Benedikt Howedes, whose header comes back off Hummels' face and almost into his own net, the ball ending up just wide.
80' YELLOW CARD
Schweinsteiger well and truly takes one for the team with an oustretched leg that takes down Antoine Griezmann in full flight, and he does indeed take a yellow card.
77' FRANCE FLYING FORWARD
It's all France now as Benzema turns inside Lahm, only to see his fierce shot blocked by the desperate Mats Hummels, and then Blaise Matuidi's effort from a tight angle is punched away by the ever-dependable Manuel Neuer.
75' CHANCES GALORE
More chances arrive as Valbuena sends a curler several yards wide of the far post, and Varane pops up at the other end to prevent Muller's pass from reaching the perfectly-placed Mesut Ozil.
73' END TO END STUFF
It's all action at the moment. Griezmann cuts inside from the right wing and shoots from some distance, the effort sailing well wide, and moments later Loic Remy is introduced for Yohan Cabaye. Germany then storm up the other end and create a chance for Andre Schurrle, who shoots low and wide from just inside the box.
71' SUBSTITUTION
Didier Deschamps has seen enough of Mamadou Sakho and withdraws the nervous centre back in favour of the less talented but more dependable Laurent Koscielny.
69' SHAKY SAKHO
A loose pass by Sakho gifts Kroos the opportunity to feed Thomas Muller, who approaches the area from the right and sees his low sidefooted effort deflect off the underside of the scrambling Sakho's boot and wide of the left-hand post. That a corner should be awarded is obvious, but the linesman still fails to notice.
69' SUBSTITUTION
There'll be no record set by Miroslav Klose today; the veteran striker has been largely anonymous in the second half and makes way for Andre Schurrle, who has been something of a supersub at this World Cup.
66' SCRAPPY SPELL
The game has turned decidedly scrappy, with stoppages occurring constantly. It suits Germany down to the ground, as France are unable to construct any kind of attacking move.
63' BODY BLOW
Schweinsteiger's momentum after winning a high ball in midfield takes him into the smaller Mathieu Valbuena, who crumples to the turf in some pain. Fortunately, no serious injury is sustained and the physios aren't called into action for long.
60' LOOPING HEADER
Cabaye crosses from deep on the right touchline, and the ball is met by a looping header from Raphael Varane that heads for the top corner until stopped in its tracks by Neuer.
59' TO SUB OR NOT TO SUB
Didier Deschamps is looking increasingly baffled on the bench. None of his players are performing poorly, and yet the chances aren't being created. The question of whether to make changes certainly looks like a difficult one.
56' KROOS OFF TARGET
Toni Kroos seizes on a loose ball bouncing around the French 18-yard line and pulls the trigger, but fails to connect properly and ends up dragging a poor effort comfortably wide.
54' YELLOW CARD
Khedira decides to take action as Griezmann scampers away from the midfielder in a rapid French counter-attack. A clear tug of the shirt and a wrestle to follow up earns him a yellow card.
53' LOOSE CONTROL
Yohan Cabaye slips a short pass to his right for Matuidi, who glances up and chips a ball into the box. Antoine Griezmann gets to it ahead of his marker, but can't get the chance under control and Neuer collects again.
50' SO CLOSE FOR EVRA
Mathieu Valbuena curls a free kick into the penalty area, where Patrice Evra, left all on his own by the German defence, narrowly fails to make contact. The left back looked clearly offside, but for some reason the linesman neglected to raise his flag.
49' QUICK REACTIONS
Kroos sets off in hot pursuit of Klose's dinked ball into the area, but Lloris makes like Neuer at the other end and flies off his line to retrieve the pass.
47' NO PENALTY
Griezmann falls backwards over Bastian Schweinsteiger's outstretched leg inside the area, but the ball was running away from the Real Sociedad winger and so no foul is given.
46' SECOND HALF
We're back underway here in Brazil, and the players will be thankful that a swathe of shade has appeared over the scorching pitch. Neither coach has made any changes as yet.
45' HUMMELS HEADER HOLDS THE KEY
A Mats Hummels header is all that divides these two sides at the end of a superb first half that has seen both teams play with real quality. The defender charged up from the back in the 13th minute to head Toni Kroos' free kick in off the underside of the bar just at a time when France were threatening to take the lead themselves. Miroslav Klose later had a penalty appeal turned down after taking a theatrical tumble, although Mathieu Debuchy did have a hold of his shirt, but apart from that it was France who enjoyed the best chances. Manuel Neuer produced a superb save from Mathieu Valbuena's volley, while Mamadou Sakho headed over the bar and Karim Benzema shot straight at the goalkeeper from 18 yards. Les Bleus remain very much in this game, and anything really could happen in the second half. Stay tuned for all the action.
45' HALF TIME FRANCE 0 GERMANY 1
It's half time here at the Maracana, where Germany hold a slender lead over France. 1-0 is the score at the break.
44' STRAIGHT AT THE KEEPER
A weaving dribble takes Benzema away from Lahm and Boateng after he controls Paul Pogba's raking pass, clearing the way for a shot at goal from the edge of the area. The forward strikes the ball sweetly, but his effort is too close to Neuer, allowing for a comfortable save.
42' WHAT A MISS
Karim Benzema's close-range header from an excellent Matuidi cross looks on target until it connects with the abdomen of Hummels. The France players appeal for a penalty, but the referee correctly waves all such frivolities away.
41' LLORIS IN CONTROL
An over-zealous aerial challenge by Mathieu Debuchy on Benedikt Howedes gifts Germany a free kick deep in enemy territory. Kroos bends the set-piece into the area, where Hugo Lloris sprints from his line to punch the ball clear of danger.
39' UNSCHEDULED BREAK
Khedira, stunned by that blow to the face, receives a brief bit of treatment, allowing the players to take on some extremely welcome fluids. The Real Madrid man is unsurprisingly passed as fine to continue.
37' BALL TO THE FACE
Klose powers forward and exchanges passes with Toni Kroos to make it into the box, but Sakho and Debuchy combine to hammer the ball away via the unfortunate face of Sami Khedira.
35' OVER FROM SAKHO
Valbuena's corner from the right takes a flick off a German head towards Mamadou Sakho, whose own header flies two yards over the bar.
34' DOUBLE CHANCE
Antoine Griezmann latches onto Varane's long ball and crosses to the back post for Valbuena, whose sidefooted volley is met by a terrific acrobatic save from Neuer. Benzema is on hand to divert the rebound agonisingly over the crossbar.
32' SUPREME SWEEPER
Mathieu Valbuena attempts to unlock the defence with a first-time flick into the path of Griezmann, but as usual Manuel Neuer, surely the ultimate sweeper-keeper, is alert and off his line in a trice to pick up the loose ball.
29' CONFIDENT DEFENDING
Philipp Lahm demonstrates supreme confidence by heading a pacy Valbuena cross back to his goalkeeper. The momentum on the ball meant that any inaccuracy could well have resulted in an own goal, but the header is inch-perfect.
27' A GIFT FOR NEUER
Blaise Matuidi receives a pass into midfield from Varane and tries to find the run of Griezmann with a curling ball over the Germany defence, but it carries far too much power and runs through to the waiting Manuel Neuer.
24' A MOMENT OF IMMATURITY
Neat interplay between Sami Khedira and Thomas Muller allows the latter space to flick the ball into the penalty area for Miroslav Klose. The striker's first touch is poor, and when it looks like Lloris will claim it, with Mathieu Debuchy close by he decides to take a theatrical tumble that convinces nobody. The experienced Klose is surely old enough to know better.
22' AIMLESS PASS
Jerome Boateng loses concentration for an instant and sends a pass sailing all the way over the pitch from right to left, with no teammate anywhere near the trajectory of the ball. Not the defender's finest moment.
19' POGBA STANDING STRONG
As he has done in previous games, Paul Pogba looks prodigiously strong in the centre of midfield. Stalwarts like Schweinsteiger and Toni Kroos appear completely incapable of taking the ball off the Juventus youngster.
16' IT'S A KNOCKOUT
Forunately, France haven't been cowed by that strike and are continuing to pour forward. What choice do they have? It's the beauty of the knockout stages.
13' GOAL!!! GERMANY
Germany take the lead just as France were starting to turn the screw! Bastian Schweinsteiger takes a free kick from inside the French half, lofting a great ball high into the area where MATS HUMMELS, charging up from the back, leaps above everybody to head powerfully past the helpless Hugo Lloris.
10' GREAT START
Les Bleus look like a different side now after surviving that early spell of pressure and are taking the game to their opponents. Seems we've got another cracker on our hands.
7' BENZEMA GOES CLOSE
France make their presence felt with a chance of their own. Mathieu Valbuena seizes a loose ball inside the opposing area, facing away from goal, and swivels to chip in a short-range cross towards Karim Benzema. The striker swipes a low volley towards the bottom corner, but it flashes just wide.
6' PRESSURE CRANKING UP
Germany continue to apply pressure as Sakho sticks out a boot to relieve the charging Miroslav Klose of the ball and Sami Khedira then overhits a through pass meant for Muller. Joachim Low will be very pleased with his side's start.
3' GERMANY BLOCKED OFF
Germany have a pair of shots blocked inside the area; Mamadou Sakho stands up to get in the way of a Thomas Muller effort, and Bastian Schweinsteiger's rebound is blocked by the imposing figure of Raphael Varane. France can't get on the ball so far.
1' KICK OFF
Referee Nestor Pinata blows his whistle and thus declares the quarter-final stage of the 2014 World Cup underway inside the Maracana. Nothing less than high drama is on the cards this evening.
0' HEATED AS EQUALS
It's a blisteringly hot day here in Rio de Janeiro, and it's hard to believe that the heat won't affect the players. The only consolation they can take is that both of these North European sides should be equally uncomfortable.
0' STAT ATTACK
Germany really know how to rack up the stats. This is their ninth quarter-final in as many World Cups, and they've made the semi-finals in the last three, so they can certainly handle the pressure of the knockout stages.
0' GERMANY LINE-UP
Joachim Low has finally bowed to pressure from the German public and moved captain Phlipp Lahm to right back, with Mats Hummels returning in the centre of defence and Per Mertesacker surprisingly dropped. Sami Khedira returns to central midfield, and Miroslav Klose has been handed the chance to chase the record for World Cup goals, with Mario Gotze dropped to the bench.
0' FRANCE LINE-UP ANNOUNCED
Raphael Varane has been passed fit to start, while Mamadou Sakho takes Laurent Koscielny's place in central defence as expected. Up front it's bad news for Olivier Giroud, who has lost out to Antoine Griezmann.
0' FRANCE V GERMANY
It's time for a good old-fashioned heavyweight European clash this afternoon as two seemingly immovable forces meet in the first mouthwatering World Cup quarter-final. France, with whom coach Didier Deschamps has fostered a better team spirit than Les Bleus have seen in years, were pushed hard by Nigeria in the second round but eventually found the quality to prevail with two goals in the last eleven minutes. Germany, too, left it late to score the two extra time strikes that took them past plucky Algeria; a team packed full of stars looked vulnerable, and France could feel that this is their opportunity, not only to beat a neighbour and rival, but to add the 2014 trophy to their lone World Cup. All bets are off for this one, except to wager that we're in for a rip-roaring ride. Join me, Luke Ostler, at 5pm for all the action from the legendary Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.
0' REF WATCH
Argentinian referee Nestor Pitana will be the man to take charge of this afternoon's quarter-final. The former actor showed four yellow cards in the Group H match between South Korea and Russia, but since then has toned things down with a pair of bookings in each of the other two games he's presided over. That calmness could prove essential in a fixture of this magnitude.
0' TIME TO MAKE HISTORY
All the talk in France has been of avenging the country's two previous World Cup semi-final losses to Germany in 1982 and 1986, especially the former tournament when West German goalkeeper Harald Schumacher knocked France's Patrick Battiston unconscious in a notoriously violent incident. Current France keeper Hugo Lloris has assured the fans that this team plays in the present, but he would have to admit that history cannot be erased; this is one fixture that Les Bleus will be desperate to win.
0' GERMANY V THE GERMS
The Germany squad has been struck by pathogens this week, with seven players falling victim to cold-like symptoms. Coach Joachim Low showed no sense of worry, however, stating: “One third of our team were complaining about a sore throat. All players were able to train. They still have a slight cold, but there's no feeling of exhaustion”.
0' ONE TO WATCH
Blaise Matuidi has been one of the unsung heroes of this World Cup, but the hard-running midfielder will prove vital if France are to defeat Germany this afternoon. Somebody needs to stop the tournament's top passer Toni Kroos, and who better than the Paris Saint-Germain dynamo to close him down. Don't forget that Matuidi also possesses an array of attacking skills and could easily pop up with an important goal.
0' FRANCE TEAM NEWS
Mamadou Sakho will reclaim his place in central defence, having recovered from a leg injury, with Laurent Koscielny set to miss out. Meanwhile Antoine Griezmann is pushing to take Olivier Giroud's spot up front after an excellent performance as a substitute against Nigeria. Raphael Varane is a doubt after spending the night in hospital being treated for dehydration following the victory over Nigeria.
0' GERMANY TEAM NEWS
Shkodran Mustafi tore a hamstring against Algeria and could be replaced by Mats Hummels, who has recovered from flu. Christoph Kramer has also got over a fever, but several other members of the squad have reported cold-like symptoms over the past few days. Lukas Podolski should be passed fit after suffering from a slight thigh problem.
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France
(4-3-3)
Hugo Lloris1
Mathieu Debuchy2
Raphael Varane4
72' Mamadou Sakho5
Patrice Evra3
Paul Pogba19
73' Yohan Cabaye6
Blaise Matuidi14
85' Mathieu Valbuena8
Karim Benzema10
Antoine Griezmann11
Substitutes
Mickael Landreau23
Stephane Ruffier16
72' Laurent Koscielny21
Bacary Sagna15
Eliaquim Mangala13
Lucas Digne17
Rio Mavuba12
Morgan Schneiderlin22
Moussa Sissoko18
85' Olivier Giroud9
73' Loic Remy20
Remy Cabella7
Germany
(4-2-3-1)
1Manuel Neuer
16Philipp Lahm
20Jerome Boateng
5Mats Hummels 13' 
4Benedikt Howedes
7Bastian Schweinsteiger 80'
6Sami Khedira 54'
13Thomas Müller
18Toni Kroos 90+2'
8Mesut Özil 83'
11Miroslav Klose 69'
Substitutes
22Roman Weidenfeller
12Ron-Robert Zieler
17Per Mertesacker
2Kevin Großkreutz
3Matthias Ginter
15Erik Durm
23Christoph Kramer 90+2'
14Julian Draxler
9André Schurrle 69'
19Mario Götze 83'
10Lukas Podolski
Manager
Didier Deschamps 
Manager
Joachim Low 
France
(4-3-3)
1Hugo Lloris
2Mathieu Debuchy
4Raphael Varane
5Mamadou Sakho
Substitution Laurent Koscielny (on) 72'
3Patrice Evra
19Paul Pogba
6Yohan Cabaye
Substitution Loïc Remy (on) 73'
14Blaise Matuidi
8Mathieu Valbuena
Substitution Olivier Giroud (on) 85'
10Karim Benzema
11Antoine Griezmann
Substitutes
23Mickael Landreau
16Stephane Ruffier
21Laurent Koscielny
Substitution Laurent Koscielny (on) 72'
15Bacary Sagna
13Eliaquim Mangala
17Lucas Digne
12Rio Mavuba
22Morgan Schneiderlin
18Moussa Sissoko
9Olivier Giroud
Substitution Olivier Giroud (on) 85'
20Loïc Remy
Substitution Loïc Remy (on) 73'
7Remy Cabella
Manager
Didier Deschamps 
Germany
(4-2-3-1)
1Manuel Neuer
16Philipp Lahm
20Jerome Boateng
5Mats Hummels
Goal 13'
4Benedikt Howedes
7Bastian Schweinsteiger
Yellow Card 80'
6Sami Khedira
Yellow Card 54'
13Thomas Muller
18Toni Kroos
Substitution Christoph Kramer (on) 90+2'
8Mesut Ozil
Substitution Mario Gotze (on) 83'
11Miroslav Klose
Substitution André Schurrle (on) 69'
Substitutes
22Roman Weidenfeller
12Ron-Robert Zieler
17Per Mertesacker
2Kevin Grosskreutz
3Matthias Ginter
15Erik Durm
23Christoph Kramer
Substitution Toni Kroos (off) 90+2'
14Julian Draxler
9André Schurrle
Substitution Miroslav Klose (off) 69'
19Mario Gotze
Substitution Mesut Ozil (off) 83'
10Lukas Podolski
Manager
Joachim Low 
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Team Stats
FranceFRA GermanyGER
0 Goals 1
0 Assists 1
13 Shots 8
9 Shots on Goal 6
5 Saves 8
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
24 Crosses 14
5 Corner Kicks 3
3 Offside 0
15 Fouls Committed 18
0 Cautions/Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
50% Ball Possession 50%
France
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Hugo Lloris 90 - 0 0 1 2
2Mathieu Debuchy 90 0 0 0 - -
3Patrice Evra 90 0 0 0 - -
4Raphael Varane 90 0 0 0 - -
5Mamadou Sakho 72 0 0 0 - -
6Yohan Cabaye 73 0 0 0 - -
8Mathieu Valbuena 85 0 0 0 - -
10Karim Benzema 90 0 0 0 - -
11Antoine Griezmann 90 0 0 0 - -
14Blaise Matuidi 90 0 0 0 - -
19Paul Pogba 90 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
9Olivier Giroud 5 0 0 0 - -
20Loic Remy 17 0 0 0 - -
21Laurent Koscielny 18 0 0 0 - -

Germany
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Manuel Neuer 90 - 0 0 0 5
4Benedikt Howedes 90 0 0 0 - -
5Mats Hummels 90 1 0 0 - -
6Sami Khedira 90 0 1 0 - -
7Bastian Schweinsteiger 90 0 1 0 - -
8Mesut Özil 83 0 0 0 - -
11Miroslav Klose 69 0 0 0 - -
13Thomas Müller 90 0 0 0 - -
16Philipp Lahm 90 0 0 0 - -
18Toni Kroos 89 0 0 0 - -
20Jerome Boateng 90 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
9André Schurrle 21 0 0 0 - -
19Mario Götze 7 0 0 0 - -
23Christoph Kramer 1 0 0 0 - -
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FranceFRA vs. GermanyGER
Minute Event
90+5' Game Over  France 0-1 Germany
90+5' Half Over  France 0-1 Germany
90+5' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
90+4' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
90+4' Foul  Debuchy fouled by Thomas Müller (Germany)
90+3' Foul  Schweinsteiger fouled by Paul Pogba (France)
90+3' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (France)
90+2' Substitution  Christoph Kramer (on). Kroos (off). (Germany)
90+2' Foul  Schurrle fouled by Olivier Giroud (France)
90+1' Foul  Matuidi fouled by Mario Götze (Germany)
90+1' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
90' Foul  Hummels fouled by Olivier Giroud (France)
89' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
89' Cross  Loic Remy (France) - Overhit
89' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
88' Foul  Pogba fouled by Mario Götze (Germany)
88' Shot on Goal  André Schurrle (Germany)
87' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
86' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
86' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
85' Foul  Matuidi fouled by André Schurrle (Germany)
85' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
85' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
85' Substitution  Olivier Giroud (on). Valbuena (off). (France)
84' Corner Kick  Toni Kroos (Germany) - Headed Out - Out of Play
84' Cross  André Schurrle (Germany) - Deflected - Out of Play
84' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
83' Substitution  Mario Götze (on). Özil (off). (Germany)
83' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (France) - Headed Out - In Play
82' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (France)
82' Shot on Goal  André Schurrle (Germany)
81' Corner Kick  Mathieu Valbuena (France) - Defended by Keeper
81' Cross  Mathieu Valbuena (France) - Headed Out - In Play
81' Free Kick  Mathieu Valbuena (France)
80' Foul  Evra fouled by André Schurrle (Germany)
80' Yellow Card  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
80' Foul  Griezmann fouled by Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
79' Foul  Schurrle fouled by Blaise Matuidi (France)
78' Foul  Remy fouled by Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
78' Foul  Kroos fouled by Blaise Matuidi (France)
77' Shot on Goal  Blaise Matuidi (France)
77' Cross  Loic Remy (France) - On Target
76' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
76' Cross  Antoine Griezmann (France) - On Target
75' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
74' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
74' Shot  Mathieu Valbuena (France)
73' Shot on Goal  André Schurrle (Germany)
73' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
73' Substitution  Loic Remy (on). Cabaye (off). (France)
73' Shot  Antoine Griezmann (France)
72' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (France) - Headed Out - In Play
72' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (France)
72' Foul  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
72' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
72' Substitution  Laurent Koscielny (on). Sakho (off). (France)
71' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (France)
71' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
70' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
69' Shot  Thomas Müller (Germany)
69' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
69' Substitution  André Schurrle (on). Klose (off). (Germany)
68' Cross  Toni Kroos (Germany) - Overhit
68' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
67' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
67' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
67' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
67' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (France)
65' Foul  Evra fouled by Thomas Müller (Germany)
65' Cross  Toni Kroos (Germany) - Foul
65' Free Kick  Toni Kroos (Germany)
65' Foul  Müller fouled by Patrice Evra (France)
64' Foul  Kroos fouled by Karim Benzema (France)
64' Cross  Mathieu Valbuena (France) - Foul
64' Corner Kick  Mathieu Valbuena (France)
64' Cross  Patrice Evra (France) - Deflected - Out of Play
63' Foul  Valbuena fouled by Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
61' Throw-In  Antoine Griezmann (France)
61' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
60' Shot on Goal  Raphael Varane (France)
60' Cross  Yohan Cabaye (France) - On Target
60' Corner Kick  Mathieu Valbuena (France) - Headed Out - In Play
60' Cross  Blaise Matuidi (France) - Clearance Out of Play
59' Foul  Müller fouled by Patrice Evra (France)
59' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
58' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
58' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
58' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
57' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
56' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
55' Shot  Toni Kroos (Germany)
55' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (France)
54' Yellow Card  Sami Khedira (Germany)
54' Foul  Griezmann fouled by Sami Khedira (Germany)
54' Cross  Philipp Lahm (Germany) - Clearance In Play
53' Cross  Blaise Matuidi (France) - Completed Pass
52' Foul  Lloris fouled by Mats Hummels (Germany)
52' Corner Kick  Toni Kroos (Germany) - Foul
52' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Clearance Out of Play
51' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
51' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
50' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (France)
50' Cross  Mathieu Valbuena (France) - Defended by Keeper
50' Free Kick  Mathieu Valbuena (France)
49' Foul  Valbuena fouled by Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
49' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (France)
49' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
48' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
48' Cross  Philipp Lahm (Germany) - Completed Pass
47' Offside  Mathieu Valbuena (France)
47' Cross  Mathieu Valbuena (France) - Headed Out - In Play
46' Cross  Mathieu Valbuena (France) - Clearance In Play
46' Cross  Karim Benzema (France) - Completed Pass
46' Start Half 
45+1' Half Over  France 0-1 Germany
45+1' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
45+1' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
45' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
45' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
45' Cross  Mathieu Valbuena (France) - Headed Out - In Play
44' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
43' Foul  Debuchy fouled by Thomas Müller (Germany)
43' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
42' Offside  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
42' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
42' Cross  Patrice Evra (France) - On Target
41' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
41' Cross  Toni Kroos (Germany) - Headed Out - In Play
41' Free Kick  Toni Kroos (Germany)
40' Foul  Howedes fouled by Mathieu Debuchy (France)
36' Foul  Müller fouled by Yohan Cabaye (France)
36' Cross  Patrice Evra (France) - Intercepted
36' Foul  Griezmann fouled by Thomas Müller (Germany)
35' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
35' Shot  Mamadou Sakho (France)
35' Corner Kick  Mathieu Valbuena (France) - Headed Out - In Play
34' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
34' Corner Kick  Mathieu Valbuena (France) - On Target
34' Shot on Goal  Karim Benzema (France)
34' Shot on Goal  Mathieu Valbuena (France)
33' Goal Kick  Hugo Lloris (France)
32' Foul  Pogba fouled by Toni Kroos (Germany)
31' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
31' Corner Kick  Toni Kroos (Germany) - Headed Out - Out of Play
30' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Clearance Out of Play
30' Free Kick  Mesut Özil (Germany)
29' Foul  Klose fouled by Patrice Evra (France)
29' Cross  Mathieu Valbuena (France) - Headed Out - In Play
28' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
27' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
24' Cross  Toni Kroos (Germany) - Completed Pass
23' Offside  Karim Benzema (France)
22' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
22' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (France)
21' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
21' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
20' Foul  Klose fouled by Yohan Cabaye (France)
19' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
19' Foul  Kroos fouled by Mathieu Valbuena (France)
18' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
18' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
18' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
17' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
16' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
15' Cross  Paul Pogba (France) - Clearance In Play
15' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
14' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
14' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
13' Goal  Mats Hummels (Germany). Assist by Kroos
13' Shot on Goal  Mats Hummels (Germany)
13' Cross  Toni Kroos (Germany) - On Target
12' Free Kick  Toni Kroos (Germany)
12' Foul  Kroos fouled by Paul Pogba (France)
11' Cross  Antoine Griezmann (France) - Clearance In Play
11' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
11' Cross  Mathieu Valbuena (France) - Intercepted
10' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
10' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Headed Out - In Play
9' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
9' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
8' Foul  Toni Kroos (Germany)
8' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
7' Shot  Karim Benzema (France)
7' Cross  Mathieu Valbuena (France) - Off Target
7' Cross  Patrice Evra (France) - Headed Out - In Play
5' Foul  Müller fouled by Patrice Evra (France)
5' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
4' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
4' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
3' Shot on Goal  Toni Kroos (Germany)
3' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - Clearance In Play
1' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
1' Start Half 
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