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FIFA Quarter-Finals

05.07.2014
 
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We present together with this article two links, to the first (group) phase and the last 16, so our readers have all the matches, scorers, goal reports, statistics and tables from the beginning of the competition in one article. Today, Germany beat France and Brazil beat Colombia.

 

France 0 Germany 1

               Hummels 12

 

France

Lloris, Debuchy, Evra, Cabaye (Remy), Varane, Sakho (Koscielny), Pogba, Matuidi, Benzema, Valbuena (Giroud), Griezmann

Coach: Didier DESCHAMPS

Yellow card:

 

Germany

Neuer, Lahm, Höwedes, Khedira, Boateng, Hummels, Schweinsteiger, Kroos (Kramer), Klose (Schürrle),Özil (Götze), Müller

Coach: Joachim LOEW

Yellow card: Khedira, Schweinsteiger

 

Ball possession: France 49% Germany 51%

Shots/on target: France 13/5 Germany 9/3

Corners: France 5 Germany 3

Fouls committed: France 15 Germany 17

 

Brazil 2 Colombia 1

Thiago Silva 7

David Luiz 68

                          Rodríguez 80 (Pen)

 

Brazil

Júlio César, Maicon, Marcelo, Paulinho (Hernanes), Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Neymar (Henrique), Fernandinho, Fred, Oscar, Hulk (Ramires)

Coach: Luiz Felipe SCOLARI

Yellow card: Julio Cesar, Thiago Silva

 

  

Colombia

Ospina, Zuñiga, Armero, Sánchez, Zapata, Yepes, Cuadrado (Quintero), Guarín, Gutiérrez (Bacca), Rodríguez, Ibarbo (Ramos)

Coach: José PEKERMAN

Yellow card: Yepes, Rodríguez

 

Ball possession: Brazil 51% Colombia 49%

Shots/on target: Brazil 13/5 Colombia 11/2

Corners: Brazil 4 Colombia 6

Fouls committed: Brazil 31 Colombia 23

 

 

Last 16

 

/sports/soccer/02-07-2014/127938-fifa_last_eight-0/

 

 

Group Phase

 

/sports/soccer/27-06-2014/127907-fifa_groups-0/

 

Timothy BANCROFT-HINCHEY

PRAVDA.Ru

(timothy.hinchey@gmail.com)

 








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