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Giulia Gwinn Ready for FIFA Women’s World Cup

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Giulia Gwinn the teenage phenom of Germany is ready to take on the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019. They are playing against China in their first match today.

Giulia Gwinn Germany FIFA Womens World Cup
Giulia Gwinn of Germany for FIFA Womens World Cup. (Photo by Maja Hitij – FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

Videos: Uruguay vs Germany (10 Jul 2010)

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Videos: Uruguay vs Germany (10 Jul 2010)Uruguay (2) vs Germany (3)

Below are all the FIFA World Cup video highlights from the game:

    

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Liveblogging: Uruguay vs Germany (10 Jul 2010)

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Liveblogging: Uruguay vs Germany (10 Jul 2010)Uruguay (2) vs Germany (3)

Winner:Germany

Thanks for joining me. Hope to see you again in the next game, LivebloggingMilo.

I am updating this page with a summary of highlights on the first half, and second half. Also, I would post goals scored if any right away including the video here.

For details of happenings, you can get it at FIFA.

Below are the highlights:

Full-time – this was an exciting game where both sides were scoring goals until Germany scored the last one from Sami Khedira. The young German squad came away win another third place win.

82′ GERMANY SCORES via Sami Khedira
56′ GERMANY SCORES via Marcell Jansen
51′ URUGUAY SCORES via Diego Forlan

Half-time – this was a match expected to score goals and both these teams did not disappoint.

28′ URUGUAY SCORES via Edinson Cavani
19′ GERMANY SCORES via Thomas Mueller
00′ Match Kick-off

You can view the match report and results here — Match & Result: Uruguay vs Germany (10 Jul 2010)

    

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Pre-game: Uruguay vs Germany (10 Jul 2010)

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Pre-game: Uruguay vs Germany (10 Jul 2010)Match Details
Uruguay-Germany, Third Place, Port Elizabeth – Port, Saturday 10 July, 20.30 (local time)

Why Germany would win?

Germany has proven they are a scoring machine and being the third youngest team in the tournament have showed everyone their ability to run, setup plays, counterattack with blinding speed and score four goals in a game, something they have done three times in 2010 FIFA World cup.

Miroslav Klose is a deadly striker and he can put up two goals tonight and expect something from Muller and company to do the same.

Why Uruguay would win?

Uruguay is fielding their best national team in decades and they are powered by Diego Forlan on the scoring end while their defense is a strong wall stopping opponents. This team would be patient for counter attacks and goal scoring opportunities.

Key Takeaway

This may not be the finals but both these teams would want to have a podium finish in the tournament. Germany has beaten Portugal in 2006 finishing third in the tournament and I have my money on this team again.

Liveblogging for this game is found here — Liveblogging: Uruguay vs Germany (10 Jul 2010)

    

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Match & Result: Germany vs Spain (07 Jul 2010)

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Pre-game: Germany vs Spain (07 Jul 2010)Winner: Spain
Score: Germany(0) vs Spain(1)
73′ Puyol (Spain)

Recap

This was a strong game for both teams cancelling their attacking game plan and exchange of possessions happen so often throughout the game. In the end, one goal from Spain separated them.

Spain has won a number of games with one goal and this game was no different.

Key Takeaway

Spain is the European champions and they came to the tournament as the favorites. This team did not disappoint and their first trip to the finals can earn them their first FIFA World Cup title.

    

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Liveblogging: Germany vs Spain (07 Jul 2010)

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Liveblogging: Germany vs Spain (07 Jul 2010)Germany (0) vs Spain (1)

Winner:Spain

Thanks for joining me. Hope to see you again in the next game, LivebloggingMilo.

I am updating this page with a summary of highlights on the first half, and second half. Also, I would post goals scored if any right away including the video here.

For details of happenings, you can get it at FIFA.

Below are the highlights:

This was a strong game for both teams cancelling their attacking game plan and exchange of possessions happen so often throughout the game. In the end, one goal from Spain separated them.

73′ SPAIN SCORES via Puyol – with the way things are going this seems to be a closer.

Half-time Both team exchange possessions. I am not used to seeing this kind of game as Spain controls possession most of the time and Germany controls possession also. This time, neither team maintains possession and exchanges are made often.

00′ MATCH KICKS-OFF

You can view the match report and results here — Match & Result: Germany vs Spain (07 Jul 2010)

    

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Pre-game: Germany vs Spain (07 Jul 2010)

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Pre-game: Germany vs Spain (07 Jul 2010)Match Details
Germany-Spain, Semi-Finals, Durban, Thursday 07 July, 20.30 (local time)

Why Spain would win?

Spain has the experience, composure to win this game. The European champions is the best attacking team in the tournament this year and they have attacked the goal more than any team. Fernando Torres, David Villa and the entire Spanish team attack relentlessly and they find ways to score a goal for a win.

Why Germany would win?

Germany has gone wild in this game having scored the most number of goals in the tournament at 13. They have scored 4 goals in a game more than once and the 2006 golden boot awardee Miroslav Klose is looking to make history as the highest scoring player in FIFA World Cup.

Germany is the third youngest team in the tournament which gives them the legs to run and run with Spain and even outrun their opponents in the end.

Key Takeaway

This is an explosive game and while Spain has the experience for a stable gameplay all throughout until they score a goal for the win, Germany has Miroslav Klose who is a cold-blooded striker that can deliver the goal calmly and accurately in the game. With Germany’s third youngest legs scoring 4 goals in their games multiple times, I have my bets on Germany.

Liveblogging for this game is found here — Liveblogging: Germany vs Spain (07 Jul 2010)

    

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Liveblogging: Argentina vs Germany (03 Jul 2010)

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Liveblogging: Argentina vs Germany (03 Jul 2010)Argentina (0) vs Germany (4)

Winner:Germany

Thanks for joining me. Hope to see you again in the next game, LivebloggingMilo.

I am updating this page with a summary of highlights on the first half, and second half. Also, I would post goals scored if any right away including the video here.

For details of happenings, you can get it at FIFA.

Below are the highlights:

Full-time

This is another heartbreaker as Argentina didn’t equalize and they didn’t put up a good fight against Germany. They have deteriorated in the second half.

89′ GERMANY SCORES via Klose

74′ GERMANY SCORES via Friedrich

68′ GERMANY SCORES via Klose

Half-time

This was supposed to be a great first half if it wasn’t for the spoiler of Muller on a header from a free kick. Argentina made that defensive breakdown and at this level, teams win on small things.

03′ GERMANY SCORES via Muller

00′ MATCH KICKS-OFF

You can view the match report and results here — Match & Result: Argentina vs Germany (03 Jul 2010)

    

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Pre-game: Argentina vs Germany (03 Jul 2010)

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Pre-game: Argentina vs Germany (03 Jul 2010)Match Details
Argentina-Germany, Quarter-Finals, Cape Town, Wednesday 03 July, 16.00 (local time)

Why Germany would win?

Germany has played so well bringing the game to their opponents. Philip Lahm, Podolksi has been very efficient setting up plays and Miroslav Klose moves and positions himself so well to open scoring opportunities for their country.

This side is capable of scoring and even if they are down on goals, this team find ways to comeback and win.

Why Argentina would win?

Argentina has created the best plays in this tournament and Lionel Messi has been phenomenal running the field, setting plays, attacking and making sure their players like Higuain can have a field day scoring goals.

Key Takeaway

This is going to be a game to watch where two high octane, high attacking teams with deadly strikers are going to score goals to the delight of the crowd.

Liveblogging for this game is found here — Liveblogging: Argentina vs Germany (03 Jul 2010)

    

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Match & Result: Germany vs England (27 Jun 2010)

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Match & Result: Germany vs England (27 Jun 2010)Winner: [to be updated after game]
Score: Germany(3) vs England(1)
20′ Klose (Germany)
32′ Podolski (Germany)
37′ Upson (England)
67′ Mueller (Germany)
70′ Mueller (Germany)

Recap

Germany had the legs to push the ball, setup plays, run the entire field throughout the game and defend every attack and counterattack by England.

England looked tired, a step behind and out of synch on the offensive attack by Germany.

As a result, Germany destroyed England with 4 goals to 1.

Key Takeaway

Germany still had the last hooray for Klose, the veteran player of Germany who won the Adidas Golden Boot back in 2006. Their younger guns in Podolski and Mueller have shined in this year’s tournament.

England on the other hand have aging players and for most of them this is the last FIFA World Cup we are going to see them at their best.

You can view all game videos here — Videos: Germany vs England (21 Jun 2010)

    

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