Germany Spain World Cup 2010 Preview

Jerry Reth | July 5, 2010 | 0 Comments More

Germany Spain World Cup 2010 Preview – Germany and Spain will compete in the semifinals of the World Cup on Wednesday July 7th at 11:30 AM (Pacific Time) in Durban.
The Germans have made a big impression in the quarterfinal against Argentina (4-0), Fernando Torres (26 years, 77 selections, 24 goals) is not afraid the opponent. Here is what he had to say the Mannschaft:

“We are a very offensive team and they are maybe the most exciting team at this World Cup.They have scored four goals in the last 16 and four in the quarter-finals so they are very dangerous.But we will still have our chances against them. They will try to win, they will try to attack and so we can have more space to exploit.”

The Spanish striker, who believes that the match will be a classic is correct seeing that the two have clashed 20 times in the past and they matches were always a treat for the fans.There is a record of eight wins for Germany, six draws and six wins for the Spanish squad.
Key Germany-Spain matches:

June 26, 2008, the final of UEFA EURO 2008 in Vienna
The Spaniards dominated the match for the victory.

June 21, 1994, group stage of World Cup 1994 in Chicago
The game ended in a draw (1:1).Both teams were eliminated in the quarterfinals.

June 20, 1984, group stage of UEFA EURO 1984 in Paris
The Spanish beat Germany with a goal from Antonio Maceda (1:0) in the 90th minute.

July 20, 1966, group stage of World Cup 1966 Birmingham
The Spanish team first scored a goal thanks to Fuste (24 ‘), but Emmerich (39′) and Seeler (84 ‘) turn things things around to give the Germans the victory.

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