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Germany Beats Uruguay!

Germany Beats Uruguay!

AWARDCHESS
Jul 10, 2010, 2:08 PM 2

Germany vs Uruguay – Live!

July 11, 2010 4:25 am 0 comments  

Welcome to our presentation of Germany vs Uruguay live. Here we’ll have updates and comments on the match, live score updates and analysis from Port Elizabeth. We’ll also include info for fans who want to watch Germany vs Uruguay online – from a number of locations in the world.

Germany vs Uruguay live

Germany vs Uruguay - Live!

Germany vs Uruguay live

22:26 – The final whistle blows, and Germany have become the first team to win consecutive 3rd places in World Cups.

22:16 – GOAL! Germany 3 – 2 Uruguay – A corner gives a chance to Khedira, who loops a header into the goal!

21:56 – Both teams want to get the winning goal, and it’s an open and exciting match!

21:44 – GOAL! Germany 2 – 2 Uruguay – Header in the box by Jansen and it’s all square again!

21:38 – GOAL! Germany 1 – 2 Uruguay – Super goal by Forlan!

21:31 – The second half kicks off!

21:17 – Chances at both ends but nobody has the finishing touch right now. It seems that half-time will be a good chance for both teams to reflect.

21:00 – GOAL! Germany 1 – 1 Uruguay – Quick counter attack sees Uruguay pounce, and Cavani pokes in the shot. Goal feast!

20:51 – GOAL! Germany 1 – 0 Uruguay – A long range drive is parried by the goalkeepr, and Mueller continues his goal scoring form with a tap-in.

20:44 – The two teams are now feeling each other out, although Germany have had the closer chances in the opening few minutes.

20:38 – Free kick to Uruguay on the edge of the box, taken twice, but not close enoguh to trouble the German keeper.

20:30 – Kick off!

19:59 – The atmosphere in the stadium is electric! Everyone expects an attacking game with a lot of excitement and fun for all!

17:22 – More fans are filling up the stands here in Port Elizabeth, and the atmosphere is extremely positive and light-hearted. The news that Klose will probably not be in the starting lineup has made some of the German fans a little disappointed, but it should still be an open and attacking game.

16:22 – With just four hours before the Germany vs Uruguay kickoff, the fans of both teams are beginning to make their way to their seats. The low drone of the vuvuzela is beginning to be heard…

15:09 – These two teams have met each other on 9 different occasions in the past. Uruguay have won one – the first one in 1928. Since then Germany have won 6, with a couple of draws.

14:18 – Fans are partying in the streets around the stadium in Port Elizabeth – with German and Uruguayans seemingly enjoying their last chance to party before going home!

14:00 – Welcome to our Germany vs Uruguay live coverage! We’ll be keeping you up-to-date throughout the day, and please feel free to leave your comments and predictions below!

13:34 – There will be a different look to the Germany team that lost to the Netherlands in the semi-final, with Klose not returning to the side after suffering from back stiffness. There will be a return to the side for goal-machine Thomas Mueller, who was suspended for the semi.

13:15 – For Uruguay, Diego Lugano will return to the team after also being suspended, and Luis Suarez – the handball villain – will also be back in the starting eleven.

So if you want to watch the game on the net, what are your options? Fans in the UK will be able to watch Germany vs Uruguay online through ITV.com’s ITVPlayer software. We’ve been assured that their commentators have now recovered from illness, and there will be two men broadcasting from Port Elizabeth. American fans can follow the action using ESPN3, the online channel from the Sports broadcasting giant, or Univision – broadcasting in Spanish.

We want to hear your opinions on the build-up to the match, as well as comments on the two teams. Who do you think is going to get 3rd place, and will Germany vs Uruguay live live up to the excitement of the two semi-finals?

 

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