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    • Hyeonwoo Jo Goalkeeper
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    • Youngsun Yun Defender
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    • Younggwon Kim Defender
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    • Chul Hong Defender
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    • Hyunsoo Jang Defender
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    • Jacheol Koo Midfielder
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    • Seonmin Moon Midfielder
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    • Jung Woo Young Midfielder
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    • Jaesung Lee Midfielder
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      • Kim Shinwook Substitute
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      • Seunggyu Kim Substitute
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      • Oh BanSuk Substitute
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      • Seungwoo Lee Substitute
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      • Park Jooho Substitute
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      • Seunghyun Jung Substitute
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      • Jinhyeon Kim Substitute
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Korea Republic vs Germany


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27 Jun 2018 16:00 Kazan Arena World Cup
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93’ Younggwon Kim

96’ Son Heung-Min

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100’ With the 2-0 South Korea victory, Mexico and Sweden advance to the Round of 16. Sweden defeated Mexico 3-0 and won the group with Mexico finishing second.
100’ Germany has been eliminated from the World Cup thanks to a stunning South Korea victory 2-0 in Kazan!!!! Two stoppage time goals by Younggwon Kim and then Heungmin Son gives South Korea the victory. Germany is eliminated in the group stage of a World Cup for the first time in their history.
100’ The whistle blows for full time.
100’ The referee calls time on the half.
100’ Goal kick for Korea Republic taken by Jo
99’ A header from Germany's Hummels flies high and wide to the left.
99’ Germany get a ball in from the right, delivered by Muller.
99’ Another cross by Germany results in another header from Mats Hummels that goes high over the bar.
99’ Werner crosses from the left for Germany
99’ Germany's Muller curls in an inswinging corner from out on the left.
99’ Hummels tries a left footed shot but can't find the goal.
98’ Cross from the right-hand side by Reus
98’ Brandt is on target with a right-footed effort for Germany
98’ A rocket by Julian Brandt from the edge of the box looks to be heading to the left corner of the net but Hyeonwoo Jo dives and gets his hand to it and knocks it away.
98’ Muller is off-target with a right-footed shot
96’ Goal!! Scored by Son (Korea Republic).
96’ Left-footed on-target effort by Son
96’ A brilliant long ball by South Korea from nearly their own box is run down by Heungmin Son and the Tottenham striker calmly puts it into the empty net and South Korea leads 2-0!!!!
96’ Korea Republic's Ju gives away a free-kick for a challenge on Kroos, they opt to take it short.
95’ Goal kick taken by Jo
95’ Mats Hummels nearly ties the match with a header from inside the box but it is too high and lands on the top nettting.
95’ Hummels's headed effort flies high and wide to the left
95’ Cross from the right-hand side by Kroos
95’ Cross from the right-hand side by Brandt
93’ Goal!! Scored by Kim (Korea Republic).
93’ The offsides has been overturned for South Korea!!! And South Korea leads 1-0 here in stoppage time!!!!!
93’ Hold on a moment!!!! Referee Mark Geiger has signaled for a VAR review, so here we go.
92’ On the corner kick, Younggwon Kim finds a loose ball right in front of keeper Manuel Neuer and puts it past Neuer but Kim is ruled offsides and so the goal doesn't count!!!
92’ Left-footed effort by Kim is on-target
92’ Son crosses from the right for Korea Republic.
92’ Korea Republic's Son curls in an inswinging corner from out on the left.
91’ 6 minutes of stoppage time has been added to the second half.
90’ A blocked shot from South Korea gives the home team another corner kick here late in the match.
90’ Korea Republic's Lee tries a low drive with his left foot, but it flies high and wide to the left.
89’ Jang crosses from the left for Korea Republic
89’ Jung hits a right-footed shot on-target for Korea Republic
88’ Kroos's low right-footed effort is going to hit the target, but the keeper gets down low to his left.
88’ Hyeonwoo Jo comes up huge again for South Korea! Toni Kroos finds some space at the top of the box but his low drive is saved by a diving Hyeonwoo Jo.
87’ Goal kick for Korea Republic taken by Jo
87’ A brilliant cross from the right wing by Mesut Ozil is right there for Mats Hummels but he can't direct the header enough and it goes just over the crossbar.
87’ The ball deflects off Hummels's body and flies high and wide to the right.
87’ Germany get a ball in from the left, delivered by Ozil.
86’ Cross from the right-hand side by Son
86’ Korea Republic's Son curls in an inswinging corner from the left.
86’ South Korea gains a corner kick after a bad turnover and misscommunication by Germany in the midfield.
85’ The referee awards a goal kick and it is taken by Jo
84’ Kroos attempts a right-footed high drive, but it flies over the bar.
84’ Brandt tries a right-footed shot but can't find the goal.
84’ Another chance for Germany goes begging as Toni Kroos finds some space but his shot goes high of goal.
84’ Free-kick awarded against Go for a challenge on Kimmich. The ball is passed into play.
84’ Korea Republic's Jo takes the goal kick
83’ Wide of the mark from Reus who drives a right-footed shot off-target
83’ Marco Reus finds some space outside the box and sends a screamer toward the goal but it is wide of net
83’ Goal kick taken by Jo
82’ A header from Germany's Muller goes wide of the left upright.
82’ Germany get a ball in from the left, delivered by Kimmich.
82’ The referee awards a goal kick and it is taken by Jo
81’ Germany get a ball in from the right, delivered by Werner.
80’ Marco Reus is caught offsides on a nice one-timed through ball by Germany inside the box.
80’ Offside - Germany's Reus looks across to see the assistant ref's flag raised.
79’ The ball is crossed in from the left by Germany's Kimmich
79’ South Korea makes their final change of the match, bringing on Yohan Go in place of Heechan Hwang.
79’ Goal kick for Germany taken by Neuer
79’ Korea Republic's Go enters the game and replaces Hwang
78’ Son attempts a right-footed low drive, but it goes wide of the left post.
78’ Heungmin Son gathers down a long ball and sends a shot toward goal but he pulls it just left of goal.
78’ An outswinging corner by Kroos from the left for Germany
78’ Germany's Brandt enters the game and replaces Hector
77’ Germany get a ball in from the left, delivered by Reus.
77’ Germany makes their final change, bringing on Julian Brandt in place of Jonas Hector.
76’ The ball is crossed in from the left by Germany's Werner
74’ The ball is crossed in from the right by Germany's Kroos
74’ Corner for Germany. Kroos sendsin an inswinging corner from the left.
74’ Germany gains another corner kick but the kick is headed away.
74’ Cross from the right-hand side by Hummels
71’ The ball is crossed in from the left by Germany's Kimmich
71’ A cross from the right wing by Joshua Kimmich is right there but Mario Gomez can't control the touch enough to send it on goal and South Korea clears.
71’ The ball is crossed in from the right by Korea Republic's Hong
70’ Korea Republic's Jo takes the goal kick
70’ Kroos' shot from outside the box goes high and wide of net.
70’ Kroos attempts a left-footed high drive, but it flies high and wide to the left.
69’ Korea Republic's Ju enters the game and replaces Moon
68’ Gómez puts a header on target
68’ Kimmich crosses from the left for Germany
68’ A great cross by Joshua Kimmich comes right to Mario Gomez and he sends it right on goal with the head but keeper Hyeonwoo Jo is right there and makes the save.
65’ Yellow card awarded to Son (Korea Republic).
65’ Heungmin Son makes several nice moves at the edge of the box but dives, trying to draw the foul. But referee Mark Geiger is not fooled and shows Heungmin Son a yellow card.
64’ The referee awards a goal kick and it is taken by Jo
64’ Werner attempts a right-footed low drive, but it goes wide of the left upright.
64’ An inswinging ball from Ozil as Germany win a corner.
64’ A loose ball finds Timo Werner near the back post but he pulls the shot wide of net.
64’ Another Germany corner kick comes off a blocked cross.
64’ Cross from the left hand-side by Werner
63’ Germany had made their second change, with Thomas Muller entering the match replacing Leon Goretzka.
63’ Germany's Neuer takes the goal kick
63’ Germany's Muller enters the game and replaces Goretzka
63’ Son attempts a right-footed high drive, but it flies high and wide to the right.
62’ Korea Republic's Jo takes the goal kick
61’ Germany's Kroos right-footed effort goes wide of the left upright.
61’ A nice run down the right wing by Germany nearly gives the reigning champions the lead but the shot by Toni Kroos is deflected by his own teammate in the box, and out for the goal kick.
61’ The referee awards a goal kick and it is taken by Jo
60’ The ball is crossed in from the left by Germany's Werner
59’ Goal kick taken by Neuer
58’ Germany's Gómez enters the game and replaces Khedira
56’ Korea Republic's Hwang enters the game and replaces Koo
56’ South Korea will make their first change as the injured Jacheol Koo is replaced by Heechan Hwang.
56’ There is a delay in the action as Jacheol Koo is down on the pitch.
55’ Germany get a ball in from the left, delivered by Reus.
54’ Korea Republic get a ball in from the left, delivered by Lee.
54’ Lee crosses from the left for Korea Republic
54’ Germany gets two shots toward goal but both are blocked by South Korean defenders and the loose ball is picked up by Hyeonwoo Jo for South Korea.
54’ Khedira is off-target with a right-footed shot
54’ Wide of the mark from Kimmich who drives a left-footed shot off-target
53’ Germany's Kroos whips in an outswinging corner from the right.
53’ A blocked cross gives Germany their fifth corner kick. The kick is a poor one and cleared out to the center circle by South Korea.
53’ The ball is crossed in from the left by Germany's Kimmich
52’ Goal kick taken by Neuer
51’ The referee awards a goal kick and it is taken by Jo
51’ Wide of the mark from Werner who drives a right-footed shot off-target
51’ A great bit of passing on the left side of the box nearly gives Germany the lead as Timo Werner just gets under the shot and sends it wide left of goal.
51’ The ball is crossed in from the right by Germany's Ozil
50’ Goal kick for Korea Republic taken by Jo
49’ Kroos attempts a right-footed high drive, but it goes wide of the left post.
49’ A foul by Seonmin Moon on Toni Kroos in the German half of the pitch results in a yellow card for Moon, South Korea's third yellow card of the match.
48’ Yellow card awarded to Moon (Korea Republic).
48’ A brilliant cross by Joshua Kimmich is right across the goalmouth and and the header by Leon Goretzka looks like it is going to find the back of the net but Hyeonwoo Jo leaps to his right and makes a diving save to keep the match 0-0.
47’ Save! Jo parries the ball away.
47’ Kimmich crosses from the left for Germany
46’ Jung hits a right-footed shot on-target for Korea Republic
46’ South Korea starts with possession and takes advantage right off the bat as they get a shot in on Manuel Neuer by Wooyoung Jung but the German keeper sees it all the way and scoops it up easily.
46’ And we are back for the second half in Kazan. Neither team made any changes to the lineup at halftime.
46’ The ball is crossed in from the right by Korea Republic's Koo
46’ The half is underway.
49’ With both matches reaching halftime, it is time for a standings update. As of right now, Mexico and Germany would advance out of Group F but a goal in either match would change everything.
49’ The referee calls time on the half.
48’ Goal kick for Germany taken by Neuer
48’ Korea Republic's Son unleashes a right-footed low drive, but it goes wide of the left post.
48’ Goal kick for Korea Republic taken by Jo
48’ A nice bit of control gives Heungmin Son just enough space to take a shot but he misses wide left of net in the final action of the first half.
48’ Kimmich sends in an outswinging cross from the left, which goes directly out of play.
47’ Korea Republic's Jo takes the goal kick
47’ Wide of the mark from Ozil who drives a left-footed shot off-target
46’ The ball is crossed in from the left by Germany's Kimmich
46’ 3 minutes of stoppage time has been added to the end of the first half.
45’ Germany's Neuer takes the goal kick
43’ A foul by Jonas Hector in the South Korea box wipes away a shot that slams into the post by Germany, and allows South Korea to clear the ball.
40’ On the corner kick, Germany finds a loose ball near the six-yard box but the South Korean defense closes down quickly and the South Korean keeper Hyeonwoo Jo jumps on the loose ball.
39’ Hummels's low right-footed effort is going to hit the target and the keeper claims the ball with ease.
39’ Corner for Germany. Kroos sends in an outswinging corner from the right.
39’ A shot by Timo Werner taken inside the box is blocked by a South Korean defender but it nearly goes in over the keeper on the block. But Germany gains another corner kick.
39’ Werner attempts a right-footed low drive, but it flies over the bar.
38’ Goretzka gives away a free-kick and it is taken quickly
37’ Kimmich crosses from the left for Germany
36’ Germany has constantly moving the ball around the edges of the area for the past few minutes, looking for a crack in the South Korea defense to exploit, is keeping their possession numbers high as they refuse to allow South Korea to truly clear the ball out of danger.
36’ Moon gives away a free-kick and it is taken quickly
35’ Kimmich crosses from the left for Germany
34’ Khedira crosses from the left for Germany
34’ Korea Republic's Moon gives away a free-kick for a challenge on Kimmich, they opt to take it short.
33’ Marco Reus finds some space right outside the box for Germany and fires a low shot but it is blocked by a South Korea defender. The rebound is loose but before it can be played on, the referee whistles for a hand ball on Reus.
33’ Quick free-kick into play as Reus is penalised for a handball
33’ Reus is off-target with a left-footed shot
31’ The referee awards a goal kick and it is taken by Jo
31’ Sule crosses from the left for Germany
30’ A slight delay as Youngsun Yun was down after heading clear a cross by Germany. The corner kick is cleared away by South Korea and Youngsun Yun returns to the pitch.
30’ Corner for Germany. Kroos sendsin an inswinging corner from the left.
28’ The ball is crossed in from the right by Germany's Werner
28’ The ball is crossed in from the left by Germany's Goretzka
26’ Free-kick awarded against Moon for a challenge on Kimmich. The ball is passed into play.
25’ A cross in by Yong Lee is headed out by Germany but not far enough as Heungmin Son rushes in and tries the one-time volley, but his shot goes high and wide left of goal.
25’ Germany's Neuer takes the goal kick
25’ Korea Republic's Son unleashes a right-footed volley, but it flies high and wide to the right.
24’ The ball is crossed in from the left by Korea Republic's Lee
24’ Goal kick taken by Jo
23’ The match is starting to get a little chippy, and Jaesung Lee is shown the match's second yellow card after a foul on Leon Goretzka in the defensive half.
23’ Yellow card awarded to Lee (Korea Republic).
23’ Lee gives away a free-kick and it's taken short,
22’ A Germany attack down the right wing results in a high cross by Joshua Kimmich right across the goalmouth but Hyeonwoo Jo springs off his line and catches the cross.
22’ The ball is crossed in from the left by Germany's Kimmich
22’ Reus crosses from the left for Germany
21’ Hector crosses from the right for Germany.
21’ Werner crosses from the left for Germany
20’ Korea Republic's Lee gives away a free-kick for a challenge on Hector, they opt to take it short.
20’ Germany's Neuer takes the goal kick
20’ Korea Republic's Lee right-footed effort flies high and wide to the right.
19’ Korea Republic's Son whips in an outswinging corner from the right.
19’ The free kick by Wooyoung Jung is right on target but right at keeper Manuel Neuer. However the shot is knuckling like crazy and it squirts out of Neuer's arms. He quickly recovers and punches the ball out of play for a corner kick.
19’ Right foot effort from a free-kick by Jung is on target for Korea Republic
18’ A dangerous high kick by Sami Khedira gives South Korea their first real chance to attack.
17’ Jaesung Lee is back to his feet and play has resumed.
16’ A blocked cross by South Korea results in another Germany corner kick. The kick is headed by a South Korean defender and then cleaned up by keeper Hyeonwoo Jo. There is a pause in play as Jaesung Lee is down on the pitch after coming down hard on his back.
16’ Cross from the right-hand side by Ozil
16’ Germany are awarded a corner, taken by Kroos
15’ Cross from the right-hand side by Hector
14’ Khedira heads at goal
14’ An outswinging corner by Kroos from the left for Germany
14’ A poor turnover by South Korea in their own end leads to a Germany break but a poor cross by Leon Goretzka is blocked out of bounds for the Germany corner. The resulting corner is headed toward the net but caught by Hyeonwoo Jo.
14’ Germany get a ball in from the left, delivered by Goretzka.
12’ Germany has been controlling possession for much of the last eight minutes, but haven't been able to crack the South Korean defense. The Germans best chance came on the free kick by Toni Kroos but the cross was headed clear by South Korea.
11’ A foul by Seonmin Moon down the right wing on Joshua Kimmich gives Germany a set piece chance early on.
10’ Cross from the left hand-side by Kimmich
9’ A hard slide tackle along the left wing by Wooyoung Jung on Jonas Hector results in a yellow card to Jung by referee Mark Geiger
9’ Yellow card awarded to Jung (Korea Republic).
8’ Goal kick taken by Neuer
7’ Free-kick awarded against Yun for a challenge on Werner. The ball is passed into play.
6’ Goal kick for Korea Republic taken by Jo
6’ Both sides seem to be feeling one another out in the early moments of the match. Obviously both know what this match means and are making sure no mistakes are made early on.
6’ Germany get a ball in from the right, delivered by Reus.
3’ Lee gives away a free-kick and it is taken quickly
3’ The referee awards a goal kick and it is taken by Neuer
2’ Cross from the left hand-side by Lee
1’ We are underway in Kazan with Germany controlling the ball to open the match, wearing a green and white kit with South Korea in red tops and black shorts.
1’ The half is underway.
0’ Tae-Yong Shin and South Korea will come out of the locker room in a 4-4-2 formation, with Hyeonwoo Jo in net, Yong Lee, Youngsun Yun, Younggwon Kim, and Chul Hong as the defense, Jaesung Lee, Wooyoung Jung, Seonmin Moon and Hyunsoo Jang as the midfield and up top are the strikers Jacheol Koo and Heungmin Son.
0’ Joachim Low and Germany will come out of the locker room in a 4-2-3-1 formation, with Manuel Neuer in net, Joshua Kimmich, Mats Hummels, Niklas Sule, and Jonas Hector on defense, Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos, Leon Goretzka, Mesut Ozil and Marco Reus as the midfield and up top is Timo Werner.
0’ If Germany or South Korea were to advance to the Round of 16, they would face off against Group E winner on Monday July 2nd in Samara.
0’ The route to the Round of 16 for South Korea is very steep. They need to defeat Germany and hope that Mexico defeats Sweden. That will result in Germany, Sweden and South Korea all having 3 points, and bringing in a whole bunch of tie-breakers. South Korea needs to win by 2 goals to have a chance, by 3 if they want to have the goal differental tie-breaker over Sweden, that is as long as Sweden loses by 2+ goals to Mexico.
0’ The reigning World Cup Champions will need to play their best today in Kazan against South Korea to advance to the Round of 16. With a win, Germany will advance as long as Sweden doesn't win. A draw for Germany will result in the Germans hoping that Sweden again doesn't win. If Germany loses to South Korea, then they will need a whole bunch of help and things will most likely go to a tie-breaker, as long as Sweden doesn't gain any points in their match against Mexico.
0’ With all four teams in Group F with a chance to advance to the Round of 16, here is a standings breakdown prior to today's matches. Mexico leads the group with 6 points, Germany and Sweden are tied with 3 points each and South Korea has 0 points.
0’ Welcome to the third and final match day for Group F. Both Germany and South Korea are going to be fighting for their World Cup lives, as both sides still have a chance to advance to the Round of 16. Sweden and Mexico will be facing off at the same time and both of those squads have the chance to advance as well.
0’ Germany XI: Manuel Neuer , Joshua Kimmich , Mats Hummels , Niklas Sule , Jonas Hector , Sami Khedira , Toni Kroos , Leon Goretzka , Mesut Ozil , Marco Reus , Timo Werner
0’ Germany Subs: Thomas Muller , Julian Brandt , Mario Gomez , Marvin Plattenhardt , Matthias Ginter , Julian Draxler , Marc-Andre Ter Stegen , Ilkay Gundogan , Kevin Trapp , Antonio Rudiger , Sebastian Rudy
0’ Korea Republic XI: Hyeonwoo Jo , Yong Lee , Youngsun Yun , Younggwon Kim , Chul Hong , Jaesung Lee , Wooyoung Jung , Hyunsoo Jang , Seonmin Moon , Jacheol Koo , Son Heungmin Gumede
0’ Korea Republic Subs: Sejong Ju , Heechan Hwang , Yohan Go , Jinhyeon Kim , Seunghyun Jung , Park Jooho , Seungwoo Lee , Oh BanSuk , Seunggyu Kim , Kim Minwoo , Kim Shinwook , Ki Sungyueng

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NtsetG Joined: 16 Nov 2017
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NtsetG Jun 28, 2018 09:54 AM
Come Saturday heads will stil roll,, Diego Maradona will die real dearth I can assure you guys,, The favourite to win are Uruguay, France, Croatia and maybe Portugal if they can beat Uruguay English will push till the quarters only
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Mgqibelo Joined: 27 Jun 2018
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Mgqibelo Jun 28, 2018 09:30 AM
Leroy Sane!!!
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Maloh11 Joined: 10 Apr 2017
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Maloh11 Jun 28, 2018 08:55 AM
Low decisions came to haunt him Leroy sane decision bcz these players all of them were not good enough poor performance from defence to strikers
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mosekaphofu maggosim Jun 28, 2018 07:19 AM
@MNLerotha ..Welcome member
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MNLerotha Joined: 28 Jun 2018
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MNLerotha Jun 28, 2018 06:35 AM
Hy fellow soccer lovers.am new here on supporters club..I think its good that de Germans ar out.This sends a msg to bigger soccer playing teams that you don't just walk on to the field and xpect to win.u gotta work your Sox off..its 11 v11..
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kingMzu84 Joined: 13 Dec 2017
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kingMzu84 Jun 28, 2018 04:35 AM
I'm very disappointed tht Argentina qualified thy deserved to be kicked out bt I don't c them overcoming france
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MR E Joined: 17 Apr 2012
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MR E Jun 28, 2018 04:32 AM
Dankie Korea u deserve the win, the is no small team in the world cup
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Golden Boots Joined: 08 Feb 2015
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Golden Boots Jun 28, 2018 03:49 AM
I just had to come and comment on this one. Hitler's army has fallen this is so good to be true, put to the sword by Korea's finest!
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kingMzu84 Joined: 13 Dec 2017
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kingMzu84 Jun 27, 2018 10:32 PM
As champions Italy spain nd Germany hv disappointed in 2010 2014 nd 2018 respectively
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Enthiiii Makhosi Jun 27, 2018 09:42 PM
Foot ball can kill you real deard
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Mr Moloto Joined: 25 May 2018
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Mr Moloto Jun 27, 2018 09:34 PM
i saw this coming this is what happens when a coach uses favouritism over quality this low guy was too confident and thought he is got the whole world in his hands leaving Gotze, Sane and Shurrle was bad idea these guys are seasoned players now is just a matter of time before he lose his job
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Sucker Punch The Legend Jun 27, 2018 08:56 PM
I didn't see this one coming
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Big[®]sykes Joined: 31 Dec 2017
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Big[®]sykes Jun 27, 2018 08:43 PM
@blackmeteor world cup 2030 bafana will qualify not now
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Sthe4intermilan Joined: 23 Mar 2015
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Sthe4intermilan Jun 27, 2018 08:29 PM
The World cup of underdog. Victims of 7-1 are more happy than Korea and Sweden with the exit of Germany
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Nick#10 Joined: 08 Dec 2016
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Nick#10 Jun 27, 2018 08:18 PM
Spain knows what it feels like to be Germany
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Nick#10 Jun 27, 2018 08:16 PM
I feel sorry for the Germans but they did it to them selves
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Loverbmcebo Jun 27, 2018 07:34 PM
They brought this upon themselves. Leaving Sane out of the squad and put ter Stegen on d bench
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fanist Joined: 20 May 2016
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fanist Jun 27, 2018 07:08 PM
Sane m sho his so proud his not part of that embarrassing team.
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sabza92 Joined: 03 Mar 2014
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sabza92 Jun 27, 2018 07:08 PM
What a shame
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fanist Jun 27, 2018 07:05 PM
All I can say what goes around cums around, the crashed Brazil last world cup with an embarrassing score now they are being knocked out on group stage by Korea so embarrassing!

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