Germany Goals

Italy Looking to Hurt Germany
Defeating Spain in previous round, another tough task arrived for Italy as this Saturday they face world champion, Germany for that one spot in Euro 2016 semifinals. Admitting that his side are on for a much tougher task against Joachim Low's men, Azzurri head coach, Antonio Conte prepared his team to study their opponent vigorously and search for ways to hurt them.
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Germany Ready to Breakdown Italy Defense
German national side are determined to end their winless streak in competitive meetings against Italy as both teams face up for one ticket into Euro 2016 semifinals this Saturday. Acknowledging the quality of Azzurri's back line, Die Mannschaft's head coach, Joachim Low stated that his side have prepare a certain strategy to break Italy's defense.
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De Rossi and Candreva Remain Doubtful for Germany Clash
Italy's preparation for their Euro 2016 quarter finals clash against Germany is far from ideal as they might be without some important players. Having already loss Thiago Motta due to accumulation, latest reports suggesting that Daniele De Rossi along with Antonio Candreva might not make it for that game.
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Euro 2016 Goal of the Day 15: Jerome Boateng’s Goal Against Slovakia
Germany showcasing their quality in the last 16 of Euro 2016 after defeating Slovakia 3-0 with goals from Jerome Boateng, Mario Gomez along with Julian Draxler. Among those scorers, Boateng's strike deserved to be considered as the best one from that whole Sunday match days as the defender scored a wonderful first time low shot which hammered through Slovakia's goal.
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Dominant Germany Sent Slovakia Packing
World Champions, Germany advanced into the quarter finals of Euro 2016 following a dominant performance over Slovakia, defeating Jan Kozak's men 3-0. Joachim Low's men immediately took control of that tie since kick off, dominating possession and eventually getting in front after just eight minutes through Jerome Boateng's long range drive.
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Germany vs Slovakia (3-0)
The teams: Germany (4-2-3-1): Neuer; Kimmich, Hummels, Boateng, Hector; Khedira, Kroos; Müller, Özil, Draxler; Gomez. Slovakia (4-3-3): Kozacik; Pekarik, Skrtel, Durica, Gyomber; Hrosovsky, Skriniar, Hamsik; Kucka, Duris, Weiss.
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Slovakia to Exploit Germany’s Weakness
Slovakia are set for a tough challenge on their Euro 2016 last 16 stage as they will be facing world champions, Germany on Sunday. Although acknowledging the quality of their opponent, The Falcons' head coach, Jan Kozak, stated that they are not afraid and will try to exploit Die Mannschaft's weakness.
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Low Hoping for a Clinical Germany Against Slovakia
World champion, Germany are setting themselves for an intriguing last 16 challenge against Slovakia this Sunday and ahead of that tie Die Mannschaft's head coach, Joachim Low ordered for a clinical display.
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Germany Wins Group C After Edging Northern Ireland
World Cup winner, Germany fulfilled their ambition in finishing first in their group after picking up a slender victory over Northern Ireland on Tuesday. Dominating the game since kick off, Joachim Low's men were having problems in finishing their chances as they were wasting several opportunities already in the early minutes.
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Northern Ireland vs Germany (0-1)
The teams: Northern Ireland (4-5-1): McGovern; Hughes, McAuley, Cathcart, J Evans; Ward, C Evans, Davis, Norwood, Dallas; Washington. Germany (4-2-3-1): Neuer; Kimmich, Boateng, Hummels, Hector; Khedira, Kroos; Ozil, Muller, Gotze; Gomez.
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Germany Keen on Finishing as Group Winner
Grabbing four points from their previous two games, Germany still need at least a point to confirm their qualification into the knock out stage but Joachim Loew's men wan't more than just that as they're targeting group winner status.
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Northern Ireland Excited With German Battle
There's an air of excitement filling Northern Ireland camp as they are set to face a difficult task against World Champion, Germany this Tuesday on their final group game. Successfully snatching a win against Ukraine in their second game, put Michael O'Neill's side in a good position as even one point might be enough for them to get into the knock out stage.
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Germany and Poland Involved in First Euro 2016 Goalless Draw
The rivalry between Germany and Poland looking rather unsolved in this Euro 2016 as the two teams have to settle for a goalless draw on Thursday. Both sides success on winning their first game, didn't stop them from pushing hard to get another victory as it would sent them immediately into knock out stages.
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