Kecewanya aku!!! German kalah pada Spain 0-1... Kalau kalah tapi game German sedap takper, ni hancus... Kenapa la Joachim Loew tak guna player yang betul untuk gantikan Muller yang kena gantung tuh??? Ni malas beria-ria tengok bola balik nih, bila dah beria camni, kalah macam pagi tadi, memang lama dalam hati kesannya... Kecewa giler! Langsung tak ada serangan berbahaya dari German sepanjang perlawanan, tak macam masa lawan England @ Argentina... Memang ketiadaan Muller dirasai, tapi Coach tak masukkan player yang betul untuk game nih!!!...
Tapi, yang positifnya, skuad ni akan kembali nanti dengan lebih kuat... Player-player mudanya terlalu ramai, macam Muller, Badstuber, Marin, Oezil, Khadira & Manuel Neuer... Lagipun, kemungkinan besar, Best Youth Player Award FIFA untuk WC 2010 kali nih, rasanya sahih dah dapat pada player muda German nih, terutamanya Thomas Muller... Harap dalam masa 4 tahun ni, player-player ni akan lebih menyerlah...
Ni ringkasan game keseluruhan yang aku copy dari web mana ntah... :-
Here’s the starting lineups. Spain has benched striker Fernando Torres.
KICKOFF: Spain wearing their classic red and blue, while Germany is in white and black. A fan runs onto the pitch in the third minute and is escorted off by two security guards.
15th minute: Ozil’s corner kick is punched out of bounds by Casillas. A subsequent corner from Ozil is punched out by the GK. Germany looking strong going forward. They’ve scored four goals in three different games so far this tournament.
18th minute: Sergio Ramos gets a long pass for a decent chance, but shoots wide of the net. Spain showing more space in defense than the tidy Germans.
21st minute: Spain strings about 15 passes together, as their midfield starts to find space. A Spanish corner kick is wasted; so is a German counterattack that started promisingly.
26th minute: The match has settled into a nice rhythm. Spain is possessing the ball more and starting to look dangerous. Germany was forced into two fine defensive plays near goal during the last few minutes. The Germans don’t look quite as precise without Thomas Muller, 20, who was disqualified.
32nd minute: Ozil drops another beauty of a corner kick into the box. Nothin’ doin’ though.
36th minute: Germany looks strong on set pieces, and Casillas has been called out at least five times to punch away balls. Spain, meanwhile, is playing the ball on the ground like they are so able, but are lacking that final pass near the net.
HALFTIME: Ozil is denied a penalty by the Hungarian referee after being tripped up in the box on a heady German counter. The call could have went either way. Spain’s Pedro then gets off a rocket of a shot that goes directly at the German ‘keeper. One minute of extratime is played and the teams head into the locker rooms tied at zero. Both teams look a bit apprehensive. Germany 0 Spain 0.
47th minute: Spain leads six shots to one. Pedro looks awesome, just made a wily run.
55th minute: The Germans look tired and not very interested. This is a copmpletely different German team than we have seen, except when they lost to Serbia 1-0. Spain just almost scored twice. All but Klose are behind the ball for Germany now. Spain is clicking. Can Germany recover some of its magic?
61st minute: Germany replaces Muller’s replacement, Trochowski, with Toni Kroos.
68th minute: Villa is stymied by the German GK. Spain is really using its fullbacks to great affect here.
69th minute: Kroos, the substitute, nearly volleys a Podolski cross in the net! Great save by Casillas.
72nd minute: Puyol heads in a corner for Spain! Germany 0 Spain 1. Just as the match appeared headed for a stalemate, the Barcelona captain scores for his home country with less than 20 minutes to play. Will Spain, perennial underachievers, finally be headed for a World Cup final? Will Germany drop their second semifinal in a row?
77th minute: Germans are fighting but still look uninspired. A German corner kick results in nothing.
81st minute: Germany’s Khedira is replaced by Mario Gomez. Fernando Torres comes in for Villa for Spain.
82nd minute: Spain’s Pedro blows a sure goal by failing to get it to Torres, who was alone in front of goal.
87th minute: Germany doesn’t get a foul called on edge of box. Spain’s David Silva replaces Pedro.
89th minute: Paul the psychic Octopus is looking like a genuis. Spain on the verge of their first World Cup final. Spanish eyes are smiling across the world. For the Germans, it’s another heartbreak.
FULL-TIME: Spain wins!