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Ireland Republic V Germany, Oct 12
Piggedy (Borussia Dortmund) 3 years ago
How can they give Reus a yellow....    Good game though
Celegorma (Bayern München) 3 years ago
Italian ref, the know all about diving
Francois01 (Bayern München) 3 years ago
The volley of Kroos is ridiculous! Damn!  And Reus.... What a speed-dribbling goal machine
RocknRoll (Bayern München) 3 years ago
4 amazing goals.... Reus's 2nd (great pass from boatend) awesome finish, Klose what a run and then such a tight finish, Kroos volley on his first brilliant, but I think I prefer the powerbolt on his second.... Please bring this form to the entire world cup and lets finally get our 4th
Duces14 (Arsenal) 3 years ago
Toni kroos the volley specialist.  Good win by the germans.
Murda1 (Liverpool) 3 years ago
Germany was just unlucky at the previous Euro, but they could have won it.... These boys are talented and they play very well! Congrats y'all!
Connections (Juventus) 3 years ago
Germany always destroys teams until the actual competition where they choke
MuellersEleven (Bayern München) 3 years ago
Ye except they reach the semi final on average at every major tournament making them the most accomplished team on planet earth in that record with 4 Euros and 3 World championships to their name.
Oh btw your profile pic is upside down, Italian
Tooooon (Newcastle United) 3 years ago
Agreed, German teams generally don't choke.... That's why they have such a good record.
If you're looking for chokers, no need to look further than England!
Robin69 (Manchester United) 3 years ago
@Tooooon England just lack talent, period. The english press always over-hypes any and every upcoming british talent and their own chances which is why england are made to look worse than they are @ major tournaments. The truth is that they do not have the talent pool to beat the brazilians, argentinians, germans, italians, the spanish etc etc

As for the germans choking, traditionally they don't choke but joachim loew is missing that winning mentality given the talent pool at his disposal
Superfanof (Manchester United) 3 years ago
It's been a while since I last saw this result from Germany
Derjohnny (Bayer Leverkusen) 3 years ago
I have to correct muellerseleven: we've won 3 euros, not 4. And unfortunately the german team really did choke at the last few tournaments.... But we're gonna' win the next!
Derjohnny (Bayer Leverkusen) 3 years ago
Ok, that comment was supposed be beneath this one
Partizoni (KF Partizani Tirana) 3 years ago
You got to love the Irish fans.... 6 goals down at the end of the game the stadium is still full. They score a goal and the fans celebrate as they won the game, this is what football is all about!
Francois01 (Bayern München) 3 years ago
The stadium wasn't full at all. Many empty seats at the end. And the atmosphere was not what I expected, to be honest. But who could blame them....
Nevertheless, I like Irish fans! They were very impressive at the Euros.
Bside (AS Roma) 3 years ago
@calegorma Italians know also how to kick germans but during World Cup
Elvinjones (San Jose Earthquakes) 3 years ago
Ireland won 1-0 in stoppage time!
Balotelli45 (Manchester City) 3 years ago
Every goal looked like one in FIFA 13, I guess that's a good sign for the realism in the game
Kaddoura (Bayern München) 3 years ago
To much to handle by Ireland!
TheSleepingLion (Chelsea) 3 years ago
1 free goal from Germany, to make irish cheer up a little bit. "There always be next time, Irish" said german
Erich (1. Nürnberg) 3 years ago
If Reus stays relatively uninjured he is gonna' be biiiiig. Love his speed and coldness infront of the goal
Steveex (Borussia Dortmund) 3 years ago
We score 6 in an away game and get great votes.
England plays at home against San Marino, only score 5 goals and they "played awesome"?
Oh come on!
Anubhz (Bayern München) 3 years ago
They are overrated anyways! What's new in that
Someone (Manchester United) 3 years ago
And then they get knocked out in round of 16 in world cup and they wonder what happened.... Lol

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