What did you make of the Germany versus Australia World Cup match on 13th June 2

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  1. ethel smith profile image82
    ethel smithposted 8 years ago

    What did you make of the Germany versus Australia World Cup match on 13th June 2010?

    Well hh how was it for you? A German fan's perspective would make a great read.

  2. Simple Tim profile image58
    Simple Timposted 8 years ago

    Awesome watching right now 3-0 dont need to ay much more! Awesome performance from Germany! A little rough play from the Australians..great game...the most exciting I've seen so far could even hear the crowd sing amidst the Vuvuzelas:)

  3. Splyt profile image77
    Splytposted 8 years ago

    I'm watching at the moment too.  4-0 now, Germany are very impressive.  The first of the 'big' teams to really show off their talent thus far and in such a devastating manner (especially if you're Australian!).

  4. ethel smith profile image82
    ethel smithposted 8 years ago

    It was 2-0 when I signed on. Look forward to your post match reviews guys. Hello Hello I still would like to read your review.

  5. profile image53
    moderns1posted 8 years ago

    very awesome match from germany, australians need to tone it down a bit maybe tongue

  6. Suki C profile image83
    Suki Cposted 8 years ago

    This is how England should have played yesterday!

  7. MickS profile image69
    MickSposted 8 years ago

    it was the Australian disaster that I envisaged.

  8. profile image52
    winchesposted 8 years ago

    i´m from germany and we watched in on the biggest place in our town on a very big screen. The atmosphere here in germany is incredible. Nobody doubts we will win!

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    dreamreachoutposted 8 years ago

    I am from India but have been supporting Germany at the World Cup since 1982!! The 1990 team was the greatest but this team inspite of poor review in the press is awesome!! I was amazed at the way the two youngsters, Muller and Ozil played alongside the seasoned players!! Australians just did npot expect the carnage and were swept away!!
    Germany, like always is a strong contender!!

  10. samman profile image59
    sammanposted 8 years ago

    Germany won the match 4-0. Australia didn't play that good. It is very interesting to see the rest of the matches. Germany got a very young side and if they play like this, they can go a long way!

  11. Hello, hello, profile image60
    Hello, hello,posted 8 years ago

    I thought the referee was over teh top to sent the Australian player off.  As for the Germany team playing, I was supprised about their good play because it is a young team which never played at that level.  However, after the afrtermath of the last game with England I would like to emphasize that I am truly sorry that the players didn't come up to their full professionalism which they have.   I personally think that that the second game should have been won if they amde an effort.  I have a feeling that their was ore going on than met the eyes, in the background.  If they won that game they wouldn't come up against the German team.  Also John Terry has a lot to answer for with causing all that trouble.  It must have upset the team spirit and that is what counts.  To use this moment to have one back on Capello because he wasn't captain anymore was disgusting.  In my mind that was what it was.  He tried to prove that he is and can be a captain by dislodging Capello.  I read in the paper written by somebody who has been there that three or four players ignored Capello's instructions from the touchline.  He didn't name the players. 

    I wish your team would learn from other even bigger team, they play as a team and not individual prima donnas.  When they push forward there is always three players across the goal, one on the left, one on the right  and one in the middle, which gives one of them a chance to put it in.   The World cup is the hardest competition of football and it only comes round every four years.  It has to be taken seriously, and as a team, if you want to get through. 

    Mind you, after having said all that clever stuff, then there is nothing bu luck.  Who would have though that France and Italy would have lost in the first round, so to speak?

    After .

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