The German national team players in the hardest match of 1/8 final of the world championship team defeated the Algeria - last representative of Africa on the Brazilian world Cup. German car turned out to press only competitor in extra time.
Algerians in the first half showed excellent football. Africans are not given the well-known competitor to create many episodes at the gate Ruiz M Pain, cool counterattacked. However, green obviously had no luck in the final moment, with a killer position players missed or made wrong decisions - all this together with the bustling activities Manuel Neuer.
Hardly anyone can claim that was waiting specifically for this performance. However blame for this, as a rule, the Germans themselves. Little did they have in attack, although late in the first half they managed to create scoring chances, but was perfect M Pain.
In the 2nd half of Europeans possessed serious superiority, but to implement at least 1 from multiple episodes failed. Was not playing at the Muller, directly Thomas can be considered as the main loser of the main time, 1 only he could have scored 4 times. Algerians wanted to attack a large force, but switched to long casts, which was the minimum, although the Neuer several times had to go far out of the gate.
Germans own goal scored so right after a short break. Muller broke through the left flank and observed and the bottom shot along the gate to the near post. Andre pulled away from Him Feghouli and heel sent the ball into the goal with the goalie band - 1:0. It should be noted that this was the goal 1 of the world Cup in extra time.
In the remaining time, the Germans continued pressure on the Algerian gate, for all that Africans themselves really didn't even try to recoup. In the last few minutes the teams exchanged goals. Pre-Algerian gates struck Mesut Ozil, and then Noyer upset Islam, Slimani. As a result - 2:1 in favor of Germany. Consequently, the German team made its way into the 1 / 4 finals of the 2014 world Cup, where its competitor will play the team of France.
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