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Sunday, 27 June 2010
World Cup 2010 Finals Round of Sixteen, Match Three

Germany 4 England 1 [2-1]

Match Summary
Germany Squad
England Squad
Team Records
   
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The Mannschaft World Cup Finals Squad June 2010
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
4. Aogo, Dennis 14 January 1987 23 M Hamburger SV eV 2 0
14. Badstuber, Holger 13 March 1989 21 D FC Bayern München eV 4 0
20. Boateng, Jérôme Agyenim 3 September 1988 21 D Hamburger SV eV 6 0
It was announced on 5 June 2010 that Boateng had joined Manchester City FC, England, with affect from 1 July 2010.
22. Butt, Hans-Jórg 28 May 1974 36 G FC Bayern München eV 3 2 GA
19. Cacau
     
Barretto, Claudemir Jerônimo
27 March 1981 29 F VfB Stuttgart 1893 eV 11 4
Cacau received an abdominal muscle strain in training.
23. Gómez García, Mario 10 July 1985 24 F FC Bayern München eV 36 12
3. Friedrich, Arne 29 May 1979 31 D Hertha Berliner SC von 1892 eV 75 0
2. Jansen, Marcell 4 November 1985 24 D Hamburger SV eV 32 2
6. Khedira, Sami
     
سامي خضيرة‎ 
4 April 1987 23 M VfB Stuttgart 1893 eV 8 0
9. Kießling, Stefan 25 January 1981 26 F TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen eV 4 0
11. Klose, Mirosław Josef 9 June 1978 32 F FC Bayern München eV 98 49
18. Kroos, Toni 4 January 1990 20 M TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen eV 5 0
16. Lahm, Philipp 11 November 1983 26 D FC Bayern München eV 68 4
21. Marin, Marko 13 March 1989 21 M SV Werder Bremen von 1899 eV 11 1
17. Mertesacker, Per 29 September 1984 25 D SV Werder Bremen von 1899 eV 65 1
13. Müller, Thomas 13 September 1989 20 F FC Bayern München eV 5 1
1. Neuer, Manuel 27 March 1986 24 G FC Gelsenkirchen-Schalke 04 eV 8 6 GA
8. Özil, Mesut 15 October 1988 21 M SV Werder Bremen von 1899 eV 13 2
10. Podolski, Lukas 4 June 1985 25 F 1.FC Köln 01/07 eV 76 39
7. Schweinsteiger, Bastian 1 August 1984 25 M FC Bayern München eV 77 21
5. Taşçι, Serdar 24 April 1987 23 D VfB Stuttgart 1893 eV 12 0
15. Trochowski, Piotr Artur 22 March 1984 26 M Hamburger SV eV 32 2
12. Wiese, Tim 17 December 1981 28 G SV Werder Bremen von 1899 eV 2 1 GA

Squad details correct up to and including Germany's match against Ghana on 23 June 2010.
Tallies taken from
DFB

Diary

Tuesday, 1 June 2010 - Germany have named their final World Cup squad, with Hoffenheim defender Andreas Beck the man to miss out.  Joachim Löw's side have suffered a series of blows with captain Michael Ballack and midfielders Christian Traesch and Simon Rolfes injured.  Germany also lost first choice keeper Rene Adler because of a rib injury.  Heiko Westermann was ruled out earlier through injury and, by dropping Beck, Löw has decided to take six forwards among his 23 for South Africa.  Löw retained defenders Dennis Aogo of Hamburger SV and Holger Badstuber of  Bayern München, who have only one game each for Germany and had never been called up before Löw announced his provisional squad.  Bayern München full-back Philipp Lahm will take over from Ballack and captain the team in South Africa.

Sunday, 13 June 2010 - Joachim Löw insists there is more to come from his side after their impressive 4-0 demolition of Australia in Group D on Sunday.  Lukas Podolski got the three-time champions up and running, before goals from Miroslav Klose, Thomas Müller and Cacau wrapped up an emphatic victory.  It was unarguably the finest team performance of the tournament so far as Germany put a poor Australia side to the sword, even before the Socceroos went down to ten men thanks to Tim Cahill's dismissal.

Friday, 18 June 2010 - Coach Joachim Löw admitted Germany were "devastated" by the 1-0 defeat by Serbia which leaves their progression to the last 16 far from guaranteed.  Löw's team had Miroslav Klose sent off for two debatable yellow cards, while fellow striker Lukas Podolski had a penalty saved.

Wednesday, 23 June 2010 - Joachim Löw believes Germany will face a "tough job" against England when the two teams meet in the second round of the World Cup on Sunday.  Mesut Özil, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Jérôme Boateng face a race against time to be fit after Germany beat Ghana 1-0 to finish top of Group D.  But the win came at a price as Özil was left bent over at the final whistle, while vice.captain Schweinsteiger came off after 81 minutes with a muscle injury. And defender Boateng had to be replaced on 73 minutes with a back injury.

Saturday, 26 June 2010 - Cacau will miss Sunday's World Cup knockout round clash against England with an abdominal muscle strain.  Cacau, who scored in the 4-0 win over Australia and started for Germany in their victory over Ghana, suffered the problem in training.  "This injury will not allow him to play against England," said team manager Oliver Bierhoff.   Miroslav Klose is set to replace Cacau having served a one.match suspension.  Bierhoff added: "We are working on it so that Cacau would be fit for the next match. We are confident he would be."  Meanwhile, midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger (hamstring) and defender Jérôme Boateng (calf muscle) are to have fitness tests on Saturday.

Germany Form: last six games
W W W W L W   f 14:a success: 83%
821 13 May 2010 - Germany 3 Malta 0 [1-0]
New Tivoli, Aachen
Cacau (2), Scicluna OG Fr HW
822 29 May 2010 - Hungary 0 Germany 3 [0-1]
Puskás Ferenc Stadion, Budapest
Podolski, Gomez, Cacau AW
823 3 June 2010 - Germany 3 Bosnia-Herzegovina 1 [0-1]
Commerzbank-Arena, Frankfurt-am-main
Lahm, Schweinsteiger (2)
Dzeko
HW
824 11 June 2010 - Germany 4 Australia 0 [2-0]
Peter Mokaba Stadium, Durban, South Africa
Podolski, Klose, Müller, Cacau WCF NW
825 19 June 2010 - Germany 0 Serbia 1 [0-1]
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Jovanovic NL
826 23 June 2010 - Ghana 0 Germany 1 [0-0]
Soccer City Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa
Özil NW

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