Thursday, August 11, 2011
Germany 3-2 Brazil
Playing in front of the public, Germany's defense tried to press Brazil since the beginning of the first half. In the 5th minute, Germany had created a golden opportunity from kick hard by Goetze, but can still be pushed Brazil's goalkeeper, Julio Cesar.
Brazil opened the game trying to keep Germany. But not the maximum coordination between the midfield and the front of the Samba team made it difficult to penetrate into the German defense. 0-0 score lasted until halftime.
In the second half, Germany more freely bombarded the Brazilian defense. In the 61st minute, Toni Kross managed to penetrate into the Brazil penalty box. But the action was stopped by a Lucio tackle which ultimately penalty bear fruit.
Bastian Schweinsteiger who appeared as executor without difficulty managed to conquer Julio Cesar and bring Germany winning 1-0. Germans getting excited and managed to double the advantage in the 67th minute.
The second goal of the German born from Mario Gotze feet. Utilizing breakthrough bait of cooperation Kroos and Schweinsteiger, Gotze successfully conquered Julio Cesar.
In the 70th minute turn to the Brazilian who got a penalty after Philipp Lahm violated Daniel Alves in the box forbidden. Robinho who ran as an executor successfully carry out their duties and changed the score to 2-1.
Brazil tried to equalize. But the Germans just managed to widen the distance by André Schurrle foot. Hard kick from substitute Lucas Podolski was unable to reach by Julio Cesar. Germany were leading 3-1.
Entering the final minutes of the match, Brazil managed to reduce the catch up through goals Neymar. Santos players hard kick failed dammed Neuer. Until the fight was over, Germany ahead 3-2 over Brazil.
German : Neuer, Lahm, Hummels, Badstuber, Schweinsteiger, Kroos, Träsch, Götze, Gómez, Podolski, Müller,
Brazil : Julio Cesar, Lúcio, Dani Alves, Andre Santos, Thiago Silva, Ramires, Fernandinho, Ralf, Robinho, Pato, Neymar