World Cup 2010 Round of 16 – Germany vs England

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Round of 16 – Match 51: Germany vs England
Date: Sunday, June 27, 2010
Time: 10:00 AM EDT / 14:00 GMT
Venue: Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein

So, don’t forget to Watch Germany vs England live stream online on Sunday, June 27, 2010 at 10:00 AM EDT / 14:00 GMT.

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Germany started their World Cup campaign on the most comprehensive note conceivable as they defeated Australia 4-0 in Group D. It remains one of the most vivid displays of the World Cup in South Africa and indeed was a statement of the Germans’ intentions on the world’s biggest footballing stage.

However, Joachim Loew’s side stuttered in their next game as they lost 1-0 to Serbia with striker Miroslav Klose getting sent off. But Die Mannschaft recovered their composure and defeated Ghana 1-0 in their final group fixture to win Group D and qualify for the last 16 without much of a problem.

Going into the titanic clash with England on Sunday afternoon, the 2006 World Cup semi-finalists will have every reason to believe that they can win the match and thread their way into the quarter-finals. The Germans looked very slick and creative upfront and with the return of key striker Klose for this match and Mesut Oezil displaying superb creativity and craft, indeed the 2002 World Cup finalists will believe that they can overrun the English.

Moreover, Germany should take heart from the fact that the last time the two sides met in the World Cup finals, they won on penalties in Italia ’90 in the semis. Six years later in the last four of Euro ’96, Germany once again knocked out the Three Lions in the penalty shootout. The joke is that if the last 16 clash goes to penalties, then England may as well not take their spotkicks as the Germans are bound to win.

You can watch the World Cup 2010 match between Germany vs England (live video stream/en vivo) at the link provided below.

UPDATE: Germany overwhelmed England 4-1 to advance into the quarterfinals, but a disallowed goal for England will be the talk of the game.

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