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1970

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 7 - The First Match:

13.10.1968, Wien (AUT) - Praterstadion.
Austria (AUT) - West Germany (FRG)  0:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Horst-Dieter Höttges - Franz Beckenbauer, Willi Schulz, Wolfgang Weber -
Bernd Dörfel, Lothar Ulsaß, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Günter Netzer, Siegfried Held -
Coach: Helmut Johannes Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (16.) and 0:2 Johann 'Hans' Eigenstiller (49., Own goal).
Referee: Stanisław Eksztajn (POL). Attendance: 71.000.

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 7 - The Second Match:

23.11.1968, Nicosia (CYP) - GSP Stadium Eugenia and Antonios Theodotou.
Cyprus (CYP) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Horst Wolter - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Horst-Dieter Höttges (67. Klaus Gerwien) - Wolfgang Weber,
Willi Schulz (46. Bernd Patzke), Max Lorenz - Herbert Wimmer, Bernd Dörfel,
Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath, Siegfried Held - Coach: Helmut Johannes Schön.
Goal: 0:1 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (90.).
Referee: Alexandru Pîrvu (ROM). Attendance: 6.000.

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 7 - The Third Match:

16.4.1969, Glasgow (SCO) - Hampden Park.
Scotland (SCO) - West Germany (FRG)  1:1 (0:1).
West Germany: Horst Wolter (46. Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier) - Bernd Patzke,
Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts - Franz Beckenbauer, Willi Schulz, Karl-Heinz Schnellinger -
Bernd Dörfel, Helmut Haller, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath (79. Max Lorenz),
Siegfried Held - Coach: Helmut Johannes Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (38.) and 1:1 Robert White 'Bobby' Murdoch (85.).
Referee: JUANITO Juan Gardeazábal Garay (ESP). Attendance: 110.000.

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 7 - The Fourth Match:

10.5.1969, Nürnberg (FRG) - Städtisches Stadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Austria (AUT)  1:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Horst-Dieter Höttges,
Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts - Franz Beckenbauer, Willi Schulz, Bernd Patzke -
Bernd Dörfel, Wolfgang Overath, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Siegfried Held (77. Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes),
Dieter Brenninger (66. Georg Volkert) - Coach: Helmut Johannes Schön.
Goal: 1:0 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (88.).
Referee: Radoslav Fiala (TCH). Attendance: 70.000.

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 7 - The Fifth Match:

21.5.1969, Essen (FRG) - Georg-Melches-Stadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Cyprus (CYP)  12:0 (7:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Horst-Dieter Höttges (84. Ludwig Müller) - Franz Beckenbauer, Willi Schulz,
Max Lorenz (75. Bernd Patzke) - Reinhard Libuda, Helmut Haller, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller,
Wolfgang Overath, Siegfried Held - Coach: Helmut Johannes Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (3.), 2:0 Wolfgang Overath (5.), 3:0 Wolfgang Overath (12.),
       4:0 Helmut Haller (17.), 5:0 Max Lorenz (39.), 6:0 Siegfried Held (42.),
       7:0 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (44.), 8:0 Helmut Haller (46.), 9:0 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (48.),
       10:0 Horst-Dieter Höttges (50.), 11:0 Wolfgang Overath (63.) and
       12:0 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (85.).
Referee: Jacques Colling (LUX). Attendance: 38.000.

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 7 - The Sixth and Last Match:

22.10.1969, Hamburg (FRG) - Volksparkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Scotland (SCO)  3:2 (1:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Horst-Dieter Höttges, Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts -
Franz Beckenbauer, Willi Schulz, Klaus Fichtel - Reinhard Libuda, Uwe Seeler,
Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath, Helmut Haller - Coach: Helmut Johannes Schön.
Goals: 0:1 James Connelly 'Jimmy' Johnstone (3.), 1:1 Klaus Fichtel (38.),
       2:1 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (60.), 2:2 Alan John Gilzean (62.) and 3:2 Reinhard Libuda (79).
Referee: Gilbert Droz (SUI). Attendance: 72.000.

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

6 Matches: Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (3 - 3), Willi Schulz (3 - 3) and
Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts (3 - 3) - 5 Matches: Franz Beckenbauer (3 - 2),
Siegfried Held (2 - 3), Horst-Dieter Höttges (3 - 2), Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier (2 - 3) and
Wolfgang Overath (3 - 2) - 4 Matches: Bernd Dörfel (1 - 3) and Bernd Patzke (2 - 2) -
3 Matches: Helmut Haller (2 - 1) and Max Lorenz (1 - 2) - 2 Matches: Reinhard Libuda (2 - 0),
Wolfgang Weber (2 - 0) and Horst Wolter (0 - 2) - 1 Match: Dieter Brenninger (1 - 0),
Klaus Fichtel (1 - 0), Klaus Gerwien (0 - 1), Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (1 - 0),
Ludwig Müller (1 - 0), Günter Netzer (0 - 1), Karl-Heinz Schnellinger (0 - 1),
Uwe Seeler (1 - 0), Lothar Ulsaß (0 - 1), Georg Volkert (1 - 0) and Herbert Wimmer (1 - 0).

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

9 Goals: Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (6 - 3) - 3 Matches: Wolfgang Overath (3 - 0) -
2 Goals: Helmut Haller (2 - 0) - 1 Goal: Klaus Fichtel (1 - 0), Siegfried Held (1 - 0),
Horst-Dieter Höttges (1 - 0), Reinhard Libuda (1 - 0) and Max Lorenz (1 - 0).

Plus the Own goal from Johann 'Hans' Eigenstiller (AUT - 0 - 1).


The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament - The Group 4 -
The First Match:

3.6.1970, León (MEX) - Estadio León (Nou Camp).
West Germany (FRG) - Morocco (MAR)  2:1 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Horst-Dieter Höttges (74. Johannes 'Hannes' Löhr) - Franz Beckenbauer, Willi Schulz,
Klaus Fichtel - Helmut Haller (46. Jürgen Grabowski), Uwe Seeler,
Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath, Siegfried Held - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Mohammed Houmane Jarir (21.), 1:1 Uwe Seeler (56.) and 2:1 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (80.).
Referee: Laurens 'Lau' van Ravens (HOL). Attendance: 12.942.

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament - The Group 4 -
The Second Match:

7.6.1970, León (MEX) - Estadio León (Nou Camp).
West Germany (FRG) - Bulgaria (BUL)  5:2 (2:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Horst-Dieter Höttges - Franz Beckenbauer (73. Wolfgang Weber),
Karl-Heinz Schnellinger, Klaus Fichtel - Reinhard Libuda, Uwe Seeler,
Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath, Johannes 'Hannes' Löhr (59. Jürgen Grabowski) -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Asparuh Donev Nikodimov (11.), 1:1 Reinhard Libuda (19.),
       2:1 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (27.), 3:1 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (52., Penalty),
       4:1 Uwe Seeler (70.), 5:1 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (88.) and 5:2 Todor Petkov Kolev (89.).
Referee: José María Ortiz de Mendibil Monasterio (ESP). Attendance: 12.710.

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament - The Group 4 -
The Third and Last Match:

10.6.1970, León (MEX) - Estadio León (Nou Camp).
West Germany (FRG) - Peru (PER)  3:1 (3:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Horst-Dieter Höttges (46. Bernd Patzke) - Franz Beckenbauer,
Karl-Heinz-Schnellinger, Klaus Fichtel - Reinhard Libuda (74. Jürgen Grabowski),
Uwe Seeler, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath, Johannes 'Hannes' Löhr -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (20.), 2:0 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (26.),
       3:0 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (38.) and 3:1 Teófilo Juan CUBILLAS Arizaga (44.).
Referee: Abel Aguilar Elizalde (MEX). Attendance: 17.875.

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament - The Quarter-Final:

14.6.1970, León (MEX) - Estadio León (Nou Camp).
West Germany (FRG) - England (ENG)  3:2 (2:2, 0:1) after extra-time.
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Horst-Dieter Höttges (46. Willi Schulz) - Franz Beckenbauer, Karl-Heinz-Schnellinger,
Klaus Fichtel - Reinhard Libuda (56. Jürgen Grabowski), Uwe Seeler,
Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath, Johannes 'Hannes' Löhr - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Alan Patrick Mullery (32.), 0:2 Martin Stanford Peters (50.),
       1:2 Franz Beckenbauer (68.), 2:2 Uwe Seeler (82.) and 3:2 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (108.).
Referee: Ángel Norberto Coerezza (ARG). Attendance: 23.357.

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

17.6.1970, Ciudad de México (MEX) - Estadio Azteca.
Italy (ITA) - West Germany (FRG)  4:3 (1:1, 1:0) after extra-time.
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Bernd Patzke (66. Siegfried Held) - Franz Beckenbauer, Karl-Heinz-Schnellinger,
Willi Schulz - Jürgen Grabowski, Uwe Seeler, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller,
Wolfgang Overath, Johannes 'Hannes' Löhr (52. Reinhard Libuda) - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Roberto Boninsegna (7.), 1:1 Karl-Heinz Schnellinger (90.),
       1:2 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (95.), 2:2 Tarcisio Burgnich (99.), 3:2 Luigi 'Gigi' Riva (104.),
       3:3 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (109.) and 4:3 Giovanni 'Gianni' Rivera (111.).
Referee: Arturo Yamasaki Maldonado (PER). Attendance: 102.444.

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament - The Third Place Play-Off:

20.6.1970, Ciudad de México (MEX) - Estadio Azteca.
West Germany (FRG) - Uruguay (URU)  1:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Horst Wolter - Bernd Patzke, Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts -
Wolfgang Weber, Karl-Heinz Schnellinger (46. Max Lorenz), Klaus Fichtel -
Reinhard Libuda (74. Johannes 'Hannes' Löhr), Uwe Seeler, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller,
Wolfgang Overath, Siegfried Held - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goal: 1:0 Wolfgang Overath (27.).
Referee: Antonio Sbardella (ITA). Attendance: 104.403.

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

6 Matches: Johannes 'Hannes' Löhr, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath,
Uwe Seeler and Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts - 5 Matches: Franz Beckenbauer,
Klaus Fichtel, Jürgen Grabowski, Reinhard Libuda, Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier and
Karl-Heinz Schnellinger - 4 Matches: Horst-Dieter Höttges - 3 Matches: Siegfried Held,
Bernd Patzke and Willi Schulz - 2 Matches: Wolfgang Weber - 1 Match: Helmut Haller,
Max Lorenz and Horst Wolter.

The IX. FIFA World Cup 1970 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

10 Goals: Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller - 3 Goals: Uwe Seeler - 1 Goal: Franz Beckenbauer,
Reinhard Libuda, Wolfgang Overath and Karl-Heinz Schnellinger.

1972

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The First Match:

17.10.1970, Köln (FRG) - Müngersdorfer Stadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Turkey (TUR)  1:1 (1:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert Vogts, Horst-Dieter Höttges -
Franz Beckenbauer, Klaus-Dieter Sieloff (66. Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes), Wolfgang Weber -
Reinhard Libuda, Klaus Fichtel, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfang Overath, Jürgen Grabowski -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Mehmet KAMURAN YAVUZ (16.) and 1:1 Gerhard 'Gerd Müller (36., Penalty).
Referee: Paul Bonett (MLT). Attendance: 52.204.

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Second Match:

17.2.1971, Tiranë (ALB) - Qemal Stafa.
Albania (ALB) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert Vogts,
Bernd Patzke (67. Michael Bella) - Franz Beckenbauer, Karl-Heinz Schnellinger,
Wolfgang Weber - Jürgen Grabowski, Günter Netzer, Gerhard 'Gerd Müller,
Wolfgang Overath, Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goal: 0:1 Gerhard 'Gerd Müller (38.).
Referee: Todor Bechirov (BUL). Attendance: 18.082.

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Third Match:

25.4.1971, İstanbul (TUR) - İnönü Stadyumu.
Turkey (TUR) - West Germany (FRG)  0:3 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert Vogts, Bernd Patzke -
Herbert Wimmer, Franz Beckenbauer, Wolfgang Weber - Jürgen Grabowski,
Horst Köppel (77. Heinz Flohe), Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Günter Netzer,
Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (43.), 0:2 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (47.) and
       0:3 Horst Köppel (72.).
Referee: Karlo Kruashvili (URS). Attendance: 38.097.

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Fourth Match:

12.6.1971, Karlsruhe (FRG) - Wildparkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Albania (ALB)  2:0 (2:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck,
Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts (90. Hartwig Bleidick) - Klaus-Dieter Sieloff,
Franz Beckenbauer, Herbert Wimmer - Jürgen Grabowski, Günter Netzer, Horst Köppel,
Wolfgang Overath (73. Siegfried Held), Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Günter Netzer (18.) and 2:0 Jürgen Grabowski (44.).
Referee: Timoleon Latsios (GR). Attendance: 44.833.

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Fifth Match:

10.10.1971, Warszawa (POL) - Stadion Dziesięciolecia Manifestu Lipcowego.
Poland (POL) - West Germany (FRG)  1:3 (1:2).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Paul Breitner, Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck -
Klaus Fichtel, Franz Beckenbauer, Herbert Wimmer - Jürgen Grabowski, Horst Köppel,
Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Günter Netzer, Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Robert Gadocha (27.), 1:1 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (29.),
       1:2 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (64.) and 1:3 Jürgen Grabowski (70.).
Referee: Ferdinand Marschall (AUT). Attendance: 63.300.

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Sixth and Last Match:

17.11.1971, Hamburg (FRG) - Volksparkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Poland (POL)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Horst-Dieter Höttges,
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck - Wolfgang Weber, Franz Beckenbauer, Klaus Fichtel -
Reinhard Libuda, Herbert Wimmer (74. Horst Köppel), Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller,
Wolfgang Overath, Jürgen Grabowski - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: None.
Referee: William Joseph 'Bill' Mullan (SCO). Attendance: 60.448.

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Quarter-Final - The First Leg:

29.4.1972, London (ENG) - The Empire Stadium Wembley.
England (ENG) - West Germany (FRG)  1:3 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Horst-Dieter Höttges, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Herbert Wimmer - Jürgen Grabowski,
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Günter Netzer, Siegfried Held - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (26.), 1:1 Francis Henry Lee (77.),
       1:2 Günter Netzer (85., Penalty) and 1:3 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (88.).
Referee: Robert Héliès (FRA). Attendance: 96.800.

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Quarter-Final - The Second Leg:

13.5.1972, Berlin (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
West Germany (FRG) - England (ENG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Horst-Dieter Höttges, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Herbert Wimmer -
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (51. Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes), Heinz Flohe,
Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Günter Netzer, Siegfried Held - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: None.
Referee: Milivoje Gugulović (YUG). Attendance: 76.122.

(West Germany 3:1)

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

8 Matches: Franz Beckenbauer (4 - 4) and Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier (4 - 4) -
7 Matches: Jürgen Grabowski (3 - 4) and Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (3 - 4) -
6 Matches: Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (3 - 3), Günter Netzer (2 - 4) and
Herbert Wimmer (3 - 3) - 5 Matches: Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck (3 - 2) -
4 Matches: Horst-Dieter Höttges (3 - 1), Horst Köppel (2 - 2),
Wolfgang Overath (3 - 1), Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts (2 - 2) and
Wolfgang Weber (2 - 2) - 3 Matches: Paul Breitner (1 - 2), Klaus Fichtel (2 - 1) and
Siegfried Held (2 - 1) - 2 Matches: Heinz Flohe (1 - 1), Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (1 - 1),
Reinhard Libuda (2 - 0), Bernd Patzke (0 - 2) and Klaus-Dieter Sieloff (2 - 0) -
1 Match: Michael Bella (0 - 1), Hartwig Bleidick (1 - 0) and Karl-Heinz Schnellinger (0 - 1).

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

7 Goals: Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (1 - 6) - 2 Goal: Jürgen Grabowski (1 - 1) and
Günter Netzer (1 - 1) - 1 Goal: Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (0 - 1) and Horst Köppel (0 - 1).

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

14.6.1972, Antwerpen (BEL) - Bosuilstadion.
Belgium (BEL) - West Germany (FRG)  1:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Franz Beckenbauer - Paul Breitner,
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Horst-Dieter Höttges - Günter Netzer, Herbert Wimmer,
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (58. Jürgen Grabowski) - Erwin Kremers, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller,
Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (24.), 0:2 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (71.) and
       1:2 Odilon Polleunis (83.).
Referee: William Joseph 'Bill' Mullan (SCO). Attendance: 55.669.

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Final Tournament - The Final:

18.6.1972, Bruxelles (BEL) - Stade du Heysel.
West Germany (FRG) - Soviet Union (URS)  3:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Franz Beckenbauer - Paul Breitner,
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Horst-Dieter Höttges - Günter Netzer,  Herbert Wimmer,
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß - Erwin Kremers, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (28.), 2:0 Herbert Wimmer (52.) and
       3:0 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (57.).
Referee: Ferdinand Marschall (AUT). Attendance: 43.437.

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

2 Matches: Franz Beckenbauer, Paul Breitner, Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes, Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß,
Horst-Dieter Höttges, Erwin Kremers, Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller,
Günter Netzer, Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck and Herbert Wimmer - 1 Match: Jürgen Grabowski.

The II. UEFA European Football Championships 1972 in Belgium (BEL) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

4 Goals: Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller - 1 Goal: Herbert Wimmer.

1974

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The First Group Stage - The Group 1 - The First Match:

14.6.1974, Berlin (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Chile (CHI)  1:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann -
Jürgen Grabowski, Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller,
Wolfgang Overath (76. Bernd Hölzenbein), Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goal: 1:0 Paul Breitner (16.).
Referee: BABACAN Dogan (TUR). Attendance: 83.200.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The First Group Stage - The Group 1 - The Second Match:

18.6.1974, Hamburg (FRG) - Volksparkstadion.
Australia (AUS) - West Germany (FRG)  0:3 (0:2).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (68. Herbert
Wimmer) - Jürgen Grabowski, Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath,
Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (46. Bernd Hölzenbein) - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Wolfgang Overath (12.), 0:2 Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (34.) and
       0:3 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (53.).
Referee: Mahmoud Mostafa Kamel (EGY). Attendance: 52.000.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The First Group Stage - The Group 1 - The Third and Last Match:

22.6.1974, Hamburg (FRG) - Volksparkstadion.
East Germany (GDR) - West Germany (FRG)  1:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck (69. Horst-Dieter Höttges), Franz Beckenbauer,
Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann - Jürgen Grabowski, Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß,
Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath (70. Günter Netzer), Heinz Flohe -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goal: 1:0 Jürgen Sparwasser (77.).
Referee: Ramón Ivanoes Barreto Ruíz (URU). Attendance: 58.900.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final Group Stage - The Group B - The First Match:

26.6.1974, Düsseldorf (FRG) - Rheinstadion.
Yugoslavia (YUG) - West Germany (FRG)  0:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof -
Bernd Hölzenbein (79. Heinz Flohe), Herbert Wimmer (70. Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß),
Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath, Dieter Herzog - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Paul Breitner (38.) and 0:2 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (80.).
Referee: Armando Marquès (BRA). Attendance: 67.400.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final Group Stage - The Group B - The Second Match:

30.6.1974, Düsseldorf (FRG) - Rheinstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Sweden (SWE)  4:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof -
Bernd Hölzenbein (83. Heinz Flohe), Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller,
Wolfgang Overath, Dieter Herzog (65. Jürgen Grabowski) - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Ralf Edström (26.), 1:1 Wolfgang Overath (51.), 2:1 Rainer Bonhof (52.),
       2:2 Roland Sandberg (53.), 3:2 Jürgen Grabowski (78.) and
       4:2 Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (89., Penalty).
Referee: Pavel Kazakov (URS). Attendance: 67.900.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final Group Stage - The Group B - The Third and Last Match:

3.7.1974, Frankfurt am Main (FRG) - Waldstadion.
Poland (POL) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof - Jürgen Grabowski,
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath, Bernd Hölzenbein -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goal: 0:1 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (75.).
Referee: Erich Linemayr (AUT). Attendance: 61.200.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final:

7.7.1974, München (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
Netherlands (HOL) - West Germany (FRG)  1:2 (1:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof - Jürgen Grabowski,
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath, Bernd Hölzenbein -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Johannes Jacobus 'Johan' Neeskens (2., Penalty),
       1:1 Paul Breitner (26., Penalty) and 1:2 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (44.).
Referee: John Keith 'Jack' Taylor (ENG). Attendance: 77.800.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Franz Beckenbauer, Paul Breitner, Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß,
Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath,
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck and Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts -
6 Matches: Jürgen Grabowski and Bernd Hölzenbein - 4 Matches: Rainer Bonhof -
3 Matches: Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann and Heinz Flohe - 2 Matches: Dieter Herzog,
Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes and Herbert Wimmer - 1 Match: Horst-Dieter Höttges and
Günter Netzer.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

4 Goals: Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller - 3 Goals: Paul Breitner - 2 Goals: Wolfgang Overath -
1 Goal: Rainer Bonhof, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann, Jürgen Grabowski and
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß. 

1976

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) -
The Match Details:

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The First Match:

20.11.1974, Piraeus (GRE) - Stadio Karaiskaki.
Greece (GRE) - West Germany (FRG)  2:2 (1:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Helmut Kremers - Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer,
Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (78. Hans-Josef 'Jupp' Kapellmann) - Reiner Geye,
Herbert Wimmer, Bernd Hölzenbein, Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß,
Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (81. Josef Pirrung) - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Georgios Delikaris (13.), 1:1 Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (51.),
       2:1 Kostas Eleftherakis (70.) and 2:2 Herbert Wimmer (83.).
Referee: Nicolae Rainea (ROM). Attendance: 22.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Second Match:

22.12.1974, La Valletta (MLT) - Gzirah Stadium.
Malta (MLT) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:1).
West Germany: Norbert Nigbur - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Karl-Heinz Körbel, Franz Beckenbauer, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (74. Rudolf Seliger) -
Josef Pirrung (46. Bernd Nickel), Rainer Bonhof, Erwin Kostedde, Heinz Flohe,
Bernd Hölzenbein - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (44.).
Referee: Gyula Emsberger (HUN). Attendance: 22.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Third Match:

27.4.1975, Sofia (BUL) - Vasil Levski Stadium.
Bulgaria (BUL) - West Germany (FRG)  1:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof - Manfred Ritschel,
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (74. Karl-Heinz Körbel), Wolfgang Seel, Günter Netzer,
Josef 'Jupp' Henyckes (34. Bernd Hölzenbein) - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Bojil Todor Petkov Kolev (71., Penalty) and 1:1 Manfred Ritschel (75., Penalty).
Referee: Jean Dubach (SUI). Attendance: 60.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Fourth Match:

11.10.1975, Düsseldorf (FRG) - Rheinstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Greece (GRE)  1:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Manfred Kaltz, Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts -
Karl-Heinz Körbel, Franz Beckenbauer, Paul Breitner - Bernd Hölzenbein,
Erich Beer, Erwin Kostedde, Günter Netzer, Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (68.) and 1:1 Georgios Delikaris (78.).
Referee: Clive Thomas (WAL). Attendance: 71.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Fifth Match:

19.11.1975, Stuttgart (FRG) - Neckarstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Bulgaria (BUL)  1:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Dietmar Danner - Bernd Hölzenbein,
Herbert Wimmer, Erich Beer, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike, Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goal: 1:0 Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (64.).
Referee: Alistair McKenzie (SCO). Attendance: 71.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Sixth and Last Match:

28.2.1976, Dortmund (FRG) - Westfalenstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Malta (MLT)  8:0 (4:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Erich Beer - Bernd Hölzenbein,
Herbert Wimmer (56. Hans 'Hannes' Bongartz), Ronald Worm,
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (46. Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann), Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Ronald Worm (5.), 2:0 Ronald Worm (27.), 3:0 Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (34.),
       4:0 Erich Beer (41., Penalty), 5:0 Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (58.),
       6:0 Erich Beer (77.), 7:0 Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts (82.) and
       8:0 Bernd Hölzenbein (87.).
Referee: Marian Kuston (POL). Attendance: 54.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Quarter-Final - The First Leg:

24.4.1976, Madrid (ESP) - Estadio Vicente Calderón.
Spain (ESP) - West Germany (FRG)  1:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Bernard Dietz (83. Peter Reichel) - Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck (46. Bernhard 'Bernd'
Cullmann), Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof - Bernd Hölzenbein, Herbert Wimmer,
Erich Beer, Dietmar Danner, Ronald Worm - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 SANTILLANA Carlos Alonso González (21.) and 1:1 Erich Beer (60).
Referee: John Keith 'Jack' Taylor (ENG). Attendance: 45.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Quarter-Final - The Second Leg:

22.5.1976, München (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Spain (ESP)  2:0 (2:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof - Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß,
Herbert Wimmer, Klaus Toppmöller, Erich Beer, Bernd Hölzenbein - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (17.) and 2:0 Klaus Toppmöller (43.).
Referee: Robert Wurtz (FRA). Attendance: 75.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

8 Matches: Franz Beckenbauer (4 - 4), Bernd Hölzenbein (4 - 4) and
Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts (4 - 3) - 7 Matches: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier (4 - 3) -
6 Matches: Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck (3 - 3) - 5 Matches: Erich Beer (4 - 1),
Bernard Dietz (3 - 2), Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (3 - 2) and Herbert Wimmer (3 - 2) -
4 Matches: Rainer Bonhof (1 - 3) and Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (1 - 3) -
3 Matches: Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (1 - 2) and Karl-Heinz Körbel (1 - 2) -
2 Matches: Paul Breitner (1 - 1), Dietmar Danner (1 - 1), Erwin Kostedde (1 - 1),
Günter Netzer (1 - 1), Josef Pirrung (0 - 2), Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (2 - 0) and
Ronald Worm (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Hans 'Hannes' Bongartz (1 - 0), Heinz Flohe (0 - 1),
Reiner Geye (0 - 1), Manfred Kaltz (1 - 0), Hans-Josef 'Jupp' Kapellmann (0 - 1),
Helmut Kremers (0 - 1), Bernd Nickel (0 - 1), Norbert Nigbur (0 - 1),
Peter Reichel (0 - 1), Manfred Ritschel (0 - 1), Wolfgang Seel (0 - 1),
Rudolf Seliger (0 - 1) and Klaus Toppmöller (1 - 0).

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

4 Goals: Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (4 - 0) - 3 Goals: Erich Beer (2 - 1) -
2 Goals: Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (0 - 2) and Ronald Worm (2 - 0) -
1 Goal: Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (1 - 0), Bernd Hölzenbein (1 - 0), Manfred Ritschel (0 - 1),
Klaus Toppmöller (1 - 0), Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts (1 - 0) and Herbert Wimmer (0 - 1). 

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

17.6.1976, Beograd (YUG) - Crvena Zvezda Stadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Yugoslavia (YUG)  4:2 (2:2, 0:2) after extra-time.
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Franz Beckenbauer, Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Bernard Dietz -
Herbert Wimmer (80. Dieter Müller), Erich Beer, Rainer Bonhof,
Dietmar Danner (46. Heinz Flohe) - Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Bernd Hölzenbein -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Danilo Popivoda (19.), 0:2 Dragan Dzajic (30.), 1:2 Heinz Flohe (64.),
       2:2 Dieter Müller (82.), 3:2 Dieter Müller (115.) and 4:2 Dieter Müller (119.).
Referee: Alfred Delcourt (BEL). Attendance: 50.700.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Final Tournament - The Final:

20.6.1976, Beograd (YUG) - Crvena Zvezda Stadion.
Czechoslovakia (TCH) - West Germany (FRG)  2:2 (2:2, 2:1) after extra-time.
Penalty shoot-out: 5:3.
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Franz Beckenbauer,
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Bernard Dietz - Herbert Wimmer (46. Heinz Flohe),
Rainer Bonhof, Erich Beer (79. Hans 'Hannes' Bongartz) - Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß,
Dieter Müller, Bernd Hölzenbein - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Ján Svehlík (8.), 2:0 Karol Dobias (25.), 2:1 Dieter Müller (28.) and
       2:2 Dieter Hölzenbein (90.).
Penalty shoot-out: 1:0 Marián Masny, 1:1 Rainer Bonhof, 2:1 Zdenek Nehoda,
                   2:2 Heinz Flohe, 3:2 Anton Ondrus, 3:3 Hans 'Hannes' Bongartz,
                   4:3 Ladislav Jurkemik, 4:3 Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (missed) and
                   5:3 Antonín Panenka.
Referee: Sergio Gonella (ITA). Attendance: 30.800.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

2 Matches: Franz Beckenbauer, Erich Beer, Rainer Bonhof, Bernard Dietz, Heinz Flohe,
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Bernd Hölzenbein, Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier, Dieter Müller,
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts and Herbert Wimmer -
1 Match: Hans 'Hannes' Bongartz and Dietmar Danner.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

4 Goals: Dieter Müller - 1 Goal: Heinz Flohe and Dieter Hölzenbein. 

1978

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The First Group Stage - The Group 2 - The First Match:

1.6.1978, Buenos Aires (ARG) - Estadio Monumental.
Poland (POL) - West Germany (FRG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Herbert Zimmermann - Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Rolf Rüßmann - Rüdiger Abramczik,
Erich Beer, Klaus Fischer, Heinz Flohe, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: None.
Referee: Angel Norberto Coerezza (ARG). Attendance: 76.600.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The First Group Stage - The Group 2 - The Second Match:

6.6.1978, Córdoba (ARG) - Estadio Chateau Carreras.
West Germany (FRG) - Mexico (MEX)  6:0 (4:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Rolf Rüßmann - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Heinz Flohe,
Klaus Fischer, Dieter Müller, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Dieter Müller (14.), 2:0 Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller (30.),
       3:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (38.), 4:0 Heinz Flohe (43.),
       5:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (72.) and 6:0 Heinz Flohe (89.).
Referee: Farouk Bouzo (SYR). Attendance: 35.300.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The First Group Stage - The Group 2 - The Third and Last Match:

10.6.1978, Córdoba (ARG) - Estadio Chateau Carreras.
Tunisia (TUN) - West Germany (FRG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Rolf Rüßmann - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Heinz Flohe,
Klaus Fischer, Dieter Müller, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: None.
Referee: César Augusto OROSCO Guerrerom (PER). Attendance: 30.700.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final Group Stage - The Group A - The First Match:

14.6.1978, Buenos Aires (ARG) - Estadio Monumental.
West Germany (FRG) - Italy (ITA)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Rolf Rüßmann - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Heinz Flohe (69. Erich Beer), Klaus Fischer, Herbert Zimmermann (54. Harald Konopka),
Bernd Hölzenbein - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: None.
Referee: Dusan Aron Maksimovic (YUG). Attendance: 67.500.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final Group Stage - The Group A - The Second Match:

18.6.1978, Córdoba (ARG) - Estadio Chateau Carreras.
Netherlands (HOL) - West Germany (FRG)  2:2 (1:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Rolf Rüßmann - Rüdiger Abramczik, Erich Beer,
Dieter Müller, Bernd Hölzenbein, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Rüdiger Abramczik (3.), 1:1 Arend 'Arie' Haan (27.), 1:2 Dieter Müller (70.) and
       2:2 Reinier Lambertus 'René' Van De Kerkhof (84.).
Referee: Ramón Ivanoes Barreto Ruíz (URU). Attendance: 40.800.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final Group Stage - The Group A - The Third and last Match:

21.6.1978, Córdoba (ARG) - Estadio Chateau Carreras.
Austria (AUT) - West Germany (FRG)  3:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Rolf Rüßmann - Rüdiger Abramczik,
Erich Beer (46. Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller), Dieter Müller (60. Klaus Fischer),
Bernd Hölzenbein, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (19.), 1:1 Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts (59., Own goal),
       2:1 Johann 'Hans' Krankl (66.), 2:2 Bernd Hölzenbein (68.) and
       3:2 Johann 'Hans' Krankl (87.).
Referee: Abraham Klein (ISR). Attendance: 38.300.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

6 Matches: Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier, Rolf Rüßmann and
Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts - 5 Matches: Bernard Dietz, Klaus Fischer and
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - 4 Matches: Erich Beer, Heinz Flohe, Dieter Müller and
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - 3 Matches: Rüdiger Abramczik and Bernd Hölzenbein -
2 Matches: Herbert Zimmermann - 1 Match: Harald Konopka.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - 2 Goal: Heinz Flohe and Dieter Müller -
1 Goal: Rüdiger Abramczik, Bernd Hölzenbein and Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller. 

1980

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) -
The Match Details:

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The First Match:

25.2.1979, La Valletta (MLT) - Gzirah Stadium.
Malta (MLT) - West Germany (FRG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Manfred Kaltz, Bernard Dietz -
Rainer Bonhof, Gerd Zewe (68. Klaus Toppmöller), Karlheinz Förster - Rüdiger Abramczik,
Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann, Klaus Fischer, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller,
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (68. Klaus Allofs) - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: None.
Referee: Vojtech Christov (TCH). Attendance: 10.000.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Second Match:

1.4.1979, Izmir (TUR).
Turkey (TUR) - West Germany (FRG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Dieter Burdenski - Manfred Kaltz, Bernard Dietz - Rainer Bonhof,
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike, Herbert Zimmermann (73. Karlheinz Förster) -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (69. Walter Kelsch), Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann, Klaus Toppmöller,
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller, Ronald Borchers - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: None.
Referee: Miroslav Stupar (URS). Attendance: 80.000.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Third Match:

2.5.1979, Wrexham (WAL).
Wales (WAL) - West Germany (FRG)  0:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Manfred Kaltz, Bernard Dietz - Rainer Bohnhof,
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (88. Bernd Martin), Karlheinz Förster - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann, Klaus Fischer, Herbert Zimmermann, Klaus Allofs -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Herbert Zimmermann (29.) and 0:2 Klaus Fischer (52.).
Referee: Alberto Michelotti (ITA). Attendance: 30.000.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Fourth Match:

17.10.1979, Köln (FRG) - Müngersdorfer Stadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Wales (WAL)  5:1 (4:0).
West Germany: Dieter Burdenski - Manfred Kaltz, Bernard Dietz - Karlheinz Förster,
Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann, Bernd Schuster (64. Herbert Zimmermann) -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (75. Hans-Peter Briegel), Rainer Bonhof, Klaus Fischer,
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Klaus Fischer (22.), 2:0 Manfred Kaltz (33.), 3:0 Klaus Fischer (39.),
       4:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (42.), 5:0 Karlheinz Förster (83.) and 5:1 Alan Curtis (84.).
Referee: Jan N I Keizer (HOL). Attendance: 61.000.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Fifth Match:

22.12.1979, Gelsenkirchen (FRG) - Parkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Turkey (TUR)  2:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Norbert Nigbur - Manfred Kaltz, Bernard Dietz - Rainer Bonhof,
Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann, Bernd Förster - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (84. Herbert Zimmermann), Klaus Fischer,
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller, Harald Nickel - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Klaus Fischer (15.) and 2:0 Herbert Zimmermann (89.).
Referee: Renggli (SUI). Attendance: 70.000.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Sixth and last Match:

27.2.1980, Bremen (FRG) - Weserstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Malta (MLT)  8:0 (3:0).
West Germany: Dieter Burdenski - Manfred Kaltz, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernard Dietz - Rainer Bonhof, Bernd Förster (60. Walter Kelsch),
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Klaus Fischer,
Klaus Allofs (60. Harald Nickel) - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Klaus Allofs (14.), 2:0 Rainer Bonhof (19., Penalty), 3:0 Klaus Fischer (40.),
       4:0 Klaus Allofs (55.), 5:0 John Holland (61., Own goal), 6:0 Walter Kelsch (70.),
       7:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (74.) and 8:0 Klaus Fischer (90.).
Referee: Rolles (LUX). Attendance: 38.000.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

6 Matches: Rainer Bonhof (3 - 3), Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (3 - 3),
Bernard Dietz (3 - 3), Manfred Kaltz (3 - 3) and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (3 - 3) -
5 Matches: Klaus Fischer (3 - 2), Karlheinz Förster (2 - 3) and
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller (3 - 2) - 4 Matches: Klaus Allofs (2 - 2) and
Herbert Zimmermann (2 - 2) - 3 Matches: Dieter Burdenski (2 - 1) and
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (1 - 2) - 2 Matches: Bernd Förster (2 - 0),
Walter Kelsch (1 - 1), Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier (0 - 2), Harald Nickel (2 - 0) and
Klaus Toppmöller (0 - 2) - 1 Match: Rüdiger Abramczik (0 - 1), Ronald Borchers (0 - 1),
Hans-Peter Briegel (1 - 0), Bernd Martin (0 - 1), Norbert Nigbur (1 - 0),
Bernd Schuster (1 - 0) and Gerd Zewe (0 - 1).

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

6 Goals: Klaus Fischer (5 - 1) - 2 Goals: Klaus Allofs (2 - 0),
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (2 - 0) and Herbert Zimmermann (1 - 1) -
1 Goal: Rainer Bonhof (1 - 0), Karlheinz Förster (1 - 0), Manfred Kaltz (1 - 0) and
Walter Kelsch (1 - 0).

Plus the Own goal from John Holland (MLT - 1 - 0). 


The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) -
The Match Details:

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 1 - The First Match:

11.6.1980, Roma (ITA) - Stadio Olimpico
Czechoslovakia (TCH) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernard Dietz - Bernd Förster (60. Felix Wolfgang Magath),
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike, Hans-Peter Briegel, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goal: 0:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (55.).
Referee: Alberto Michelotti (ITA). Attendance: 10.500.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 1 - The Second Match:

14.6.1980, Napoli (ITA) - Stadio San Paolo.
West Germany (FRG) - Netherlands (HOL)  3:2 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernard Dietz (73. Lothar Herbert Matthäus) - Bernd Schuster,
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller (65. Felix Wolfgang Magath), Hans-Peter Briegel -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Horst Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Klaus Allofs (19.), 2:0 Klaus Allofs (59.), 3:0 Klaus Allofs (66.),
       3:1 Nicolaas Johannes 'Jonny' Rep (79., Penalty) and
       3:2 Wilhelmus Antonius 'Willy' Van De Kerkhof (85.).
Referee: Robert Wurtz (FRA). Attendance: 29.900.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 1 - The Third and Last Match:

17.6.1980, Torino (ITA) - Stadio Comunale.
West Germany (FRG) - Greece (GRE)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernd Förster (46. Miroslav 'Mirko' Votava) - Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann,
Hans-Peter Briegel, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (66. Karl Del'Haye),
Horst Hrubesch, Caspar Memering - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: None.
Referee: Brian McGinley (SCO). Attendance: 13.900.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Final Tournament - The Final:

22.6.1980, Roma (ITA) - Stadio Olimpico.
West Germany (FRG) - Belgium (BEL)  2:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernard Dietz - Bernd Schuster, Hans-Peter
Briegel (55. Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann), Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Horst Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Horst Hrubesch (10.), 1:1 René Vandereycken (72., Penalty) and
       2:1 Horst Hrubesch (88.).
Referee: Nicolae Rainea (ROM). Attendance: 47.900.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

4 Matches: Hans-Peter Briegel, Karlheinz Förster, Manfred Kaltz,
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher and
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - 3 Matches: Klaus Allofs, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann,
Bernard Dietz and Horst Hrubesch - 2 Matches: Bernd Förster, Felix Wolfgang Magath and
Bernd Schuster - 1 Match: Karl Del'Haye, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Caspar Memering and
Miroslav 'Mirko' Votava.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Klaus Allofs - 2 Goals: Horst Hrubesch - 1 Goal: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. 

1982

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The First Match:

3.12.1980, Sofia (BUL) - Vasil Levski Stadium.
Bulgaria (BUL) - West Germany (FRG)  1:3 (0:2).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernard Dietz - Hans-Peter Briegel,
Felix Wolfgang Magath (72. Miroslav 'Mirko' Votava), Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Horst Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs (72. Ronald Borchers) -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Manfred Kaltz (14.), 0:2 Manfred Kaltz (36., Penalty),
       0:3 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (53.) and 1:3 Tsvetan Yonchev (64.).
Referee: Riccardo Lattanzi (ITA). Attendance: 60.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The Second Match:

1.4.1981, Tiranë (ALB) - Qemal Stafa.
Albania (ALB) - West Germany (FRG)  0:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster (74. Wilfried Hannes), Bernard Dietz - Bernd Schuster,
Felix Wolfgang Magath, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Horst Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Bernd Schuster (9.) and 0:2 Bernd Schuster (70.).
Referee: Vencl (TCH). Attendance: 30.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The Third Match:

29.4.1981, Hamburg (FRG) - Volksparkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Austria (AUT)  2:0 (2:0).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Bernd Schuster, Paul Breitner,
Felix Wolfgang Magath, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Klaus Fischer (78. Karl Allgöwer) - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Bernd Krauss (30., Own goal) and 2:0 Klaus Fischer (36.).
Referee: Charles George Rainier Corver (HOL). Attendance: 61.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The Fourth Match:

24.5.1981, Lahti (FIN) - Keskusurheilukenttä.
Finland (FIN) - West Germany (FRG)  0:4 (0:3).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Wilfried Hannes,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Felix Wolfgang Magath (76. Karl Allgöwer) - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Klaus Fischer,
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller (76. Ronald Borchers) - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Hans-Peter Briegel (26.), 0:2 Klaus Fischer (37.),
       0:3 Manfred Kaltz (40.) and 0:4 Klaus Fischer (80.).
Referee: John Carpenter (IRL). Attendance: 10.300.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The Fifth Match:

23.9.1981, Bochum (FRG) - Ruhrstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Finland (FIN)  7:1 (2:1).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Bernd Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Felix Wolfgang Magath - Ronald Borchers, Klaus Fischer, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Klaus Fischer (11.), 1:1 Turunen (41.), 2:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (42.),
       3:1 Paul Breitner (54.), 4:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (60.), 5:1 Paul Breitner (67.),
       6:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (72.) and 7:1 Wolfgang Dremmler (83.).
Referee: Rolles (LUX). Attendance: 46.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 1 -
The Sixth Match:

14.10.1981, Wien (AUT) - Praterstadion.
Austria (AUT) - West Germany (FRG)  1:3 (1:2).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Felix Wolfgang Magath - Pierre Littbarski, Klaus Fischer, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Walter Schachner (16.), 1:1 Pierre Littbarski (17.),
       1:2 Felix Wolfgang Magath (20.) and 1:3 Pierre Littbarski (77.).
Referee: Alexis Ponnet (BEL). Attendance: 72.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The Seventh Match:

18.11.1981, Dortmund (FRG) - Westfalenstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Albania (ALB)  8:0 (5:0).
West Germany: Eike Immel - Manfred Kaltz (60. Lothar Herbert Matthäus),
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike, Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler,
Paul Breitner, Felix Wolfgang Magath - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (51. Jürgen Milewski),
Klaus Fischer, Pierre Littbarski - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (5.), 2:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (19.),
       3:0 Klaus Fischer (32.), 4:0 Manfred Kaltz (36.), 5:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (43.),
       6:0 Pierre Littbarski (52.), 7:0 Paul Breitner (68., Penalty) and
       8:0 Klaus Fischer (72.).
Referee: Reinar Bjørnestad (NOR). Attendance: 40.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The Eighth and Last Match:

22.11.1981, Düsseldorf (FRG) - Rheinstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Bulgaria (BUL)  4:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Wilfried Hannes,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Felix Wolfgang Magath (56. Klaus Allofs) - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Horst Hrubesch,
Klaus Fischer - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Klaus Fischer (4.), 2:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (49.),
       3:0 Manfred Kaltz (62., Penalty) and 4:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (83.).
Referee: Erik Fredriksson (SWE). Attendance: 55.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

8 Matches: Manfred Kaltz (4 - 4), Felix Wolfgang Magath (4 - 4) and
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (4 - 4) - 7 Matches: Hans-Peter Briegel (4 - 3),
Karlheinz Förster (3 - 4) and Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher (3 - 4) -
6 Matches: Paul Breitner (4 - 2), Klaus Fischer (4 - 2) and
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (3 - 3) - 5 Matches: Wolfgang Dremmler (3 - 2) -
4 Matches: Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller (1 - 3) - 3 Matches: Klaus Allofs (1 - 2),
Ronald Borchers (1 - 2), Wilfried Hannes (1 - 2) and Horst Hrubesch (1 - 2) -
2 Matches: Karl Allgöwer (1 - 1), Bernard Dietz (0 - 2), Pierre Littbarski (1 - 1) and
Bernd Schuster (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Bernd Förster (1 - 0), Eike Immel (1 - 0),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus (1 - 0), Jürgen Milewski (1 - 0) and
Miroslav 'Mirko' Votava (0 - 1).

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

9 Goals: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (8 - 1) - 7 Goals: Klaus Fischer (5 - 2) -
5 Goals: Manfred Kaltz (2 - 3) - 3 Goals: Paul Breitner (3 - 0) and
Pierre Littbarski (1 - 2) - 2 Goals: Bernd Schuster (0 - 2) -
1 Goal: Hans-Peter Briegel (0 - 1), Wolfgang Dremmler (1 - 0) and
Felix Wolfgang Magath (0 - 1).

Plus the Own goal from Bernd Krauss (AUT - 1 - 0). 


The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The
West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The First
Group Stage - The Group 2 - The First Match:

16.6.1982 Gijón (ESP) - Estadio El Molinón.
Algeria (ALG) - West Germany (FRG)  2:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Manfred Kaltz,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Felix Wolfgang Magath (83. Klaus Fischer) - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Horst Hrubesch,
Pierre Littbarski - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Rabah Madjer (52.), 1:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (67.) and 2:1 Lakhdar
       Belloumi (68.).
Referee: Enrique Labó Revoredo (PER). Attendance: 25.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The First
Group Stage - The Group 2 - The Second Match:

20.6.1982, Gijón (ESP) - Estadio El Molinón.
West Germany (FRG) - Chile (CHI)  4:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Manfred Kaltz,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner (62. Lothar
Herbert Matthäus), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Felix  Wolfgang Magath - Pierre Littbarski
(80. Uwe Reinders), Horst Hrubesch - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (9.), 2:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (57.),
       3:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (67.), 4:0 Uwe Reinders (82.) and
       4:1 Gustavo Segundo Moscoso (90.).
Referee: Bruno Galler (SUI). Attendance: 40.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The First
Group Stage - The Group 2 - The Third and last Match:

25.6.1982, Gijón (ESP) - Estadio El Molinón.
West Germany (FRG) - Austria (AUT)  1:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Manfred Kaltz,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (66. Lothar Herbert Matthäus), Felix Wolfgang Magath -
Pierre Littbarski, Horst Hrubesch (68. Klaus Fischer) - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goal: 1:0 Horst Hrubesch (11.).
Referee: Robert Bonar Valentine (SCO)  Attendance: 25.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The Final
Group Stage - The Group B - The First Match:

29.6.1982, Madrid (ESP) - Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.
West Germany (FRG) - England (ENG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Karlheinz
Förster, Bernd Förster - Manfred Kaltz, Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Hans Müller (74. Klaus Fischer), Hans-Peter Briegel - Uwe Reinders (63. Pierre
Littbarski), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: None.
Referee: Arnaldo David César Coelho (BRA). Attendance: 80.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The Final
Group Stage - The Group B - The Second and last Match:

2.7.1982, Madrid (ESP) - Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.
West Germany (FRG) - Spain (ESP)  2:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Manfred Kaltz,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernd Förster - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner, Karl-Heinz
Rummenigge (46. Uwe Reinders), Hans-Peter Briegel - Klaus Fischer, Pierre
Littbarski - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Pierre Littbarski (50.), 2:0 Klaus Fischer (75.) and 2:1 Jesús Maria
       ZAMORA Ansorena (81.).
Referee: Paolo Casarin (ITA). Attendance: 95.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

8.7.1982, Sevilla (ESP) - Estadio Sánchez Pizjuán.
West Germany (FRG) - France (FRA)  3:3 (1:1, 1:1) after extra-time. Penalty shoot-out: 5:4.
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Manfred Kaltz,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernd Förster - Wolfgang Dremmler, Hans-Peter Briegel
(97. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge), Paul Breitner, Felix Wolfgang Magath (70. Horst
Hrubesch) - Klaus Fischer, Pierre Littbarski - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Pierre Littbarski (17.), 1:1 Michel Platini (27., Penalty),
       1:2 Marius Tresor (93.), 1:3 Alain Giresse (98.), 2:3 Karl-Heinz
       Rummenigge (103.) and 3:3 Klaus Fischer (108.).
Penalty Shoot-out: 0:1 Alain Giresse, 1:1 Manfred Kaltz, 1:2 Manuel Amoros,
                   2:2 Paul Breitner, 2:3 Dominque Rocheteau, 2:3 Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (saved),
                   2:3 Didier Six (saved), 3:3 Pierre Littbarski, 3:4 Michel Platini,
                   4:4 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, 4:4 Maxime Bossis (saved) and 5:4 Horst Hrubesch.
Referee: Charles Corver (HOL). Attendance: 70.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The Final:

11.7.1982, Madrid (ESP) - Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.
Italy (ITA) - West Germany (FRG)  3:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Bernd Förster,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Manfred Kaltz, Paul Breitner, Wolfgang
Dremmler (62. Horst Hrubesch) - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (69. Hans Müller),
Klaus Fischer, Pierre Littbarski - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Paolo Rossi (57.), 2:0 Marco Tardelli (69.), 3:0 Alessandro Altobelli (81.)
       and 3:1 Paul Breitner (83.).
Referee: Arnaldo David César Coelho (BRA). Attendance: 90.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The West German
National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Paul Breitner, Hans-Peter Briegel, Wolfgang Dremmler, Karlheinz Förster,
Manfred Kaltz, Pierre Littbarski, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Harald 'Toni' Schumacher and
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - 6 Matches: Klaus Fischer - 5 Matches: Horst Hrubesch -
4 Matches: Bernd Förster and Felix Wolfgang Magath - 3 Matches: Uwe Reinders -
2 Matches: Lothar Herbert Matthäus and Hans Müller.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The West German
National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - 2 Goals: Klaus Fischer and Pierre Littbarski -
1 Goal: Paul Breitner, Horst Hrubesch and Uwe Reinders.

1984

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The First Match:

17.11.1982, Belfast (NIR) - Windsor Park.
Northern Ireland (NIR) - West Germany (FRG)  1:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike, Gerhard
Strack, Bernd Förster - Lothar Herbert Matthäus (72. Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler), Bernd
Schuster (72. Stephan Engels), Hans-Peter Briegel - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Klaus Allofs,
Pierre Littbarski - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goal: 1:0 Ian Edwin Stewart (18.).
Referee: Nyhus (NOR). Attendance: 30.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Second Match:

30.3.1983, Tiranë (ALB) - Qemal Stafa.
Albania (ALB) - West Germany (FRG)  1:2 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Bernd Förster, Gerhard Strack, Karlheinz
Förster, Jonny Otten - Stephan Engels, Hans Müller, Hans-Peter Briegel - Pierre
Littbarski, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (85. Norbert Meier), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (54.), 0:2 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (66., Penalty) and
       1:2 M Targaj (80., Penalty).
Referee: Menegali (ITA). Attendance: 30.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Third Match:

23.4.1983, Izmir (TUR).
Turkey (TUR) - West Germany (FRG)  0:3 (0:2).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Wolfgang Dremmler, Gerhard Strack,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Stephan Engels, Bernd Schuster, Hans Müller -
Pierre Littbarski (76. Wolfgang Rolff), Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (31., Penalty), 0:2 Wolfgang Dremmler (35.) and
       0:3 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (71.).
Referee: Vojtech Christov (TCH). Attendance: 73.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Fourth Match:

27.4.1983, Wien (AUT) - Praterstadion.
Austria (AUT) - West Germany (FRG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Wolfgang Dremmler, Gerhard Strack, Karlheinz
Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel (39. Bernd Förster) - Stephan Engels, Bernd Schuster,
Hans Müller (68. Wolfgang Rolff) - Pierre Littbarski, Rudolf 'Rudi Völler,
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: None.
Referee: Brian McGinlay (SCO). Attendance: 60.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Fifth Match:

5.10.1983, Gelsenkirchen (FRG) - Parkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Austria (AUT)  3:0 (3:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Wolfgang Dremmler, Gerhard Strack,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Rolff, Klaus Augenthaler, Bernd
Schuster, Norbert Meier (74. Lothar Herbert Matthäus) - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (74. Herbert Waas) - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (4.), 2:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (19.) and
       3:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (21.).
Referee: Luigi Agnolin (ITA). Attendance: 68.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Sixth Match:

26.10.1983, Berlin (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Turkey (TUR)  5:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Jonny Otten, Gerhard Strack, Klaus
Augenthaler, Hans-Peter Briegel (81. Matthias Herget) - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike, Nobert Meier (81. Michael Rummenigge) - Pierre Littbarski,
Rudolf 'Rudi Völler, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (45.), 2:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (60.),
       3:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (65.), 4:0 Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (66.),
       4:1 HASAN Sengün (67.) and 5:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (74., Penalty).
Referee: Sostaric (YUG). Attendance: 40.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Seventh Match:

16.11.1983, Hamburg (FRG) - Volksparkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Northern Ireland (NIR)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Wolfgang Dremmler, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike
(83. Gerhard Strack), Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Klaus Augenthaler, Wolfgang Rolff, Norbert Meier (68. Pierre Littbarski) - Karl-Heinz
Rummenigge, Herbert Waas - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Norman John Whiteside (50.).
Referee: Károly Palotai (HUN). Attendance: 62.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Eighth and last Match:

20.11.1983, Saarbrücken (FRG) - Ludwigsparkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Albania (ALB)  2:1 (1:1).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Bernd Förster, Gerhard Strack, Karlheinz
Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel (34. Jonny Otten) - Wolfgang Dremmler, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Nobert Meier - Pierre Littbarski (68. Herbert Waas), Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Karl-Heinz
Rummenigge - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 G Tomori (23.), 1:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (24.) and 2:1 Gerhard Strack (80.).
Referee: Mattsson (FIN). Attendance: 41.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

8 Spieler: Hans-Peter Briegel (4 - 4), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (4 - 4),
Harald 'Toni' Schumacher (4 - 4) and Gerhard Strack (4 - 4) -
7 Matches: Pierre Littbarski (3 - 4) and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (3 - 4) -
6 Matches: Karlheinz Förster (3 - 3) - 5 Matches: Wolfgang Dremmler (3 - 2),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus (4 - 1) and Norbert Meier (4 - 1) - 4 Matches: Stephan
Engels (0 - 4), Bernd Förster (1 - 3), Wolfgang Rolff (2 - 2) and Bernd Schuster (1 - 3) -
3 Matches: Klaus Augenthaler (3 - 0), Hans Müller (0 - 3), Jonny Otten (2 - 1),
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (2 - 1) and Herbert Waas (3 - 0) - 1 Match: Klaus Allofs (0 - 1),
Matthias Herget (1 - 0), Manfred Kaltz (0 - 1) and Michael Rummenigge (1 - 0).

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

7 Goals: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (4 - 3) - 5 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (4 - 1) -
1 Goal: Wolfgang Dremmler (0 - 1), Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (1 - 0) and Gerhard Strack (1 - 0). 


The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:
 
The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group 2 - The First Match:
 
14.6.1984, Strasbourg (FRA) - Stade de la Meinau.
West Germany (FRG) - Portugal (POR)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Bernd Förster,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Guido Buchwald (67. Rudolf 'Rudi' Bommer),
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Wolfgang Rolff (67. Lothar Herbert Matthäus), Andreas Brehme -
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: None.
Referee: Romualdas Yushka (URS). Attendance: 44.800.
 
The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Second Match:
 
17.6.1984, Lens (FRA) - Stade de Felix Bollaert.
West Germany (FRG) - Romania (ROM)  2:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Bernd Förster,
Karlheinz Förster (79. Guido Buchwald), Hans-Peter Briegel -
Norbert Meier (65. Pierre Littbarski), Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Andreas Brehme - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Klaus Allofs -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (25.), 1:1 Marcel Coras (46.) and
       2:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (66.).
Referee: Johannnes Nicolaus Ignacius 'Jan' Keizer (HOL). Attendance: 31.800.
 
The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Third and Last Match:
 
20.6.1984, Paris (FRA) - Parc des Princes.
West Germany (FRG) - Spain (ESP)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Bernd Förster,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Norbert Meier (60. Pierre Littbarski), Andreas Brehme (75. Wolfgang Rolff) -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goal: 0:1 Antonio MACEDA Francés (89.).
Referee: Vojtech Christov (TCH). Attendance: 47.700.
 
The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:
 
3 Matches: Klaus Allofs, Andreas Brehme, Hans-Peter Briegel, Bernd Förster,
Karlheinz Förster, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Harald 'Toni' Schumacher, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
2 Matches: Guido Buchwald, Pierre Littbarski, Norbert Meier and Wolfgang Rolff -
1 Match: Rudolf 'Rudi' Bommer.
 
The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorer:
 
2 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.

1986

The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Group 2 - The First Match:
 
17.10.1984, Köln (FRG) - Müngersdorfer Stadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Sweden (SWE)  2:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs, Matthias Herget,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Andreas Brehme, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Ralf Falkenmayer (59. Klaus Allofs), Felix Wolfgang Magath (75. Uwe Rahn) -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Uwe Rahn (75.) and 2:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (88.).
Referee: Robert Bonar Valentine (SCO). Attendance: 61.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Second Match:
 
16.12.1984, La Valletta (MLT) - Ta'Qali.
Malta (MLT) - West Germany (FRG)  2:3 (1:1).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs (46. Olaf Thon),
Matthias Herget, Karlheinz Förster - Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Uwe Rahn,
Andreas Brehme, Hans-Peter Briegel - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler,
Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Carmel Busuttil (11.), 1:1 Karlheinz Förster (43.), 1:2 Klaus Allofs (69.),
       1:3 Klaus Allofs (85.) and 2:3 Raymond Xuereb (87.).
Referee: Zoran Petrovic (YUG). Attendance: 25.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Third Match:
 
24.2.1985, Lisboa (POR) - Estadio da Luz.
Portugal (POR) - West Germany (FRG)  1:2 (0:2).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Thomas Berthold, Matthias Herget,
Ditmar Jakobs, Michael Frontzeck - Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Ralf Falkenmayer,
Felix Wolfgang Magath, Hans-Peter Briegel - Pierre Littbarski,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Pierre Littbarski (28.), 0:2 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (37.) and
       1:2 DIAMANTINO Manuel Fernandes Miranda (57.).
Referee: Paolo Casarin (ITA). Attendance: 60.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Fourth Match:
 
27.3.1985, Saarbrücken (FRG) - Ludwigsparkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Malta (MLT)  6:0 (5:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Thomas Berthold, Matthias Herget,
Karlheinz Förster, Michael Frontzeck - Uwe Rahn (66. Olaf Thon),
Hans-Peter Briegel (76. Andreas Brehme), Felix Wolfgang Magath -
Pierre Littbarski, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Uwe Rahn (10.), 2:0 Felix Wolfgang Magath (13.), 3:0 Uwe Rahn (17.),
       4:0 Pierre Littbarski (18.), 5:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (44.) and
       6:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (66.).
Referee: TALAT Tokat (TUR). Attendance: 45.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Fifth Match:
 
30.4.1985, Praha (TCH) - Stadion Evžena Rošického.
Czechoslovakia (TCH) - West Germany (FRG)  1:5 (0:4).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Thomas Berthold, Ditmar Jakobs,
Karlheinz Förster, Andreas Brehme - Lothar Herbert Matthäus (81. Olaf Thon),
Matthias Herget, Felix Wolfgang Magath, Uwe Rahn (70. Klaus Allofs) -
Pierre Littbarski, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Berthold (8.), 0:2 Pierre Littbarski (22.),
       0:3 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (37.), 0:4 Matthias Herget (43.),
       0:5 Klaus Allofs (82.) and 1:5 Stanislav Griga (86.).
Referee: Joël Quiniou (FRA). Attendance: 36.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Sixth Match:
 
25.9.1985, Stockholm (SWE) - Råsunda Stadion.
Sweden (SWE) - West Germany (FRG)  2:2 (0:2).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Klaus Augenthaler - Thomas Berthold,
Karlheinz Förster, Ditmar Jakobs - Pierre Littbarski, Matthias Herget,
Hans-Peter Briegel, Andreas Brehme - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (23.), 0:2 Matthias Herget (40.),
       1:2 Dan Corneliusson (63.) and 2:2 Mats Magnusson (90.).
Referee: Marcel Van Langenhove (BEL). Attendance: 39.200.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Seventh Match:
 
16.10.1985, Stuttgart (FRG) - Neckarstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Portugal (POR)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs (46. Heinz Gründel) -
Thomas Berthold, Karlheinz Förster, Andreas Brehme - Karl Allgöwer,
Matthias Herget, Nobert Meier, Hans-Peter Briegel - Pierre Littbarski (63. Thomas Allofs),
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goal: 0:1 CARLOS MANUEL Correia dos Santos (54.).
Referee: Keith Stuart Hackett (ENG). Attendance: 55.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Eighth and Last Match:
 
17.11.1985, München (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Czechoslovakia (TCH)  2:2 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Klaus Augenthaler - Andreas Brehme,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel (46. Michael Frontzeck) - Wolfgang Rolff,
Olaf Thon, Karl Allgöwer - Pierre Littbarski (79. Uwe Rahn), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Ludwig Kögl - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Andreas Brehme (1.), 1:1 Josef Novak (52.), 1:2 Vladislav Lauda (61.) and
       2:2 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (86.).
Referee: Svein Inge Thime (NOR). Attendance: 22.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:
 
8 Matches: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher (4 - 4) - 7 Matches: Andreas Brehme (4 - 3),
Hans-Peter Briegel (4 - 3), Karlheinz Förster (4 - 3) and Matthias Herget (3 - 4) -
6 Matches: Ditmar Jakobs (2 - 4), Pierre Littbarski (3 - 3),
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (4 - 2) and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (2 - 4) -
5 Matches: Thomas Berthold (2 - 3) and Uwe Rahn (3 - 2) -
4 Matches: Felix Wolfgang Magath (2 - 2), Lothar Herbert Matthäus (1 - 3) and
Olaf Thon (2 - 2) - 3 Matches: Klaus Allofs (1 - 2) and Michael Frontzeck (2 - 1) -
2 Matches: Karl Allgöwer (2 - 0), Klaus Augenthaler (1 - 1) and Ralf Falkenmayer (1 - 1) -
1 Match: Thomas Allofs (1 - 0), Heinz Gründel (1 - 0), Ludwig Kögl (1 - 0),
Nobert Meier (1 - 0) and Wolfgang Rolff (1 - 0).
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:
 
4 Goals: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (4 - 0) - 3 Goals: Klaus Allofs (0 - 3),
Pierre Littbarski (1 - 2) and Uwe Rahn (3 - 0) - 2 Goals: Matthias Herget (0 - 2) and
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (0 - 2) - 1 Goal: Thomas Berthold (0 - 1), Andreas Brehme (1 - 0),
Karlheinz Förster (0 - 1), Felix Wolfgang Magath (1 - 0) and Lothar Herbert Matthäus (0 - 1).


The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Group E - The First Match:
 
4.6.1986, Querétaro (MEX) - Estadio La Corregidora.
Uruguay (URU) - West Germany (FRG)  1:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Klaus Augenthaler - Thomas Berthold,
Karlheinz Förster - Norbert Eder, Lothar Herbert Matthäus (69. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge),
Felix Wolfgang Magath, Hans-Peter Briegel, Andreas Brehme (46. Pierre Littbarski) -
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Antonio ALZAMENDI Casas (5.) and 1:1 Klaus Allofs (85.).
Referee: Vojtech Christov (TCH). Attendance: 25.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Group E - The Second Match:
 
8.6.1986, Querétaro (MEX) - Estadio La Corregidora.
West Germany (FRG) - Scotland (SCO)  2:1 (1:1).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Klaus Augenthaler - Thomas Berthold,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel (63. Ditmar Jakobs) - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Felix Wolfgang Magath, Norbert Eder - Pierre Littbarski (76. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge),
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Gordon David Strachan (18.), 1:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (22.) and
       2:1 Klaus Allofs (50.).
Referee: Ioan Igna (ROM). Attendance: 28.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Third and Last Match:
 
13.6.1986, Querétaro (MEX) - Estadio La Corregidora.
Denmark (DEN) - West Germany (FRG)  2:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs - Thomas Berthold,
Karlheinz Förster (72. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge), Andreas Brehme - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Matthias Herget, Norbert Eder, Wolfgang Rolff (46. Pierre Littbarski) -
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Jesper Olsen (44., Penalty) and 2:0 John Eriksen (63.).
Referee: Alexis Ponnet (BEL). Attendance: 25.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Second Round:
 
17.6.1986, Monterrey (MEX) - Estadio Universitario.
Morocco (MAR) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs - Karlheinz Förster,
Norbert Eder - Thomas Berthold, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Felix Wolfgang Magath,
Hans-Peter Briegel, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (46. Pierre Littbarski),
Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goal: 0:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (88.).
Referee: Zoran Petrovic (YUG)  Attendance: 22.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Quarter-Final:
 
21.6.1986, Monterrey (MEX) - Estadio Universitario.
West Germany (FRG) - Mexico (MEX)  0:0 (0:0, 0:0) after extra-time. Penalty shoot-out: 4:1.
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs - Karlheinz Förster,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Berthold (Red Card - 66.), Norbert Eder (114. Pierre Littbarski),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Felix Wolfgang Magath, Hans-Peter Briegel -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (58. Dieter Hoeneß), Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: None.
Penalty shoot-out: 1:0 Klaus Allofs, 1:1 Manuel NEGRETE Arias, 2:1 Andreas Brehme,
                   2:1 Fernando QUIRARTE Gutíerrez (saved), 3:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
                   3:1 Raúl SERVÍN Monetti (saved) and 4:1 Pierre Littbarski.
Referee: Jesús Díaz Palacio (COL). Attendance: 46.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Semi-Final:
 
25.6.1986, Guadalajara (MEX) - Estadio Jalisco.
France (FRA) - West Germany (FRG)  0:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs - Andreas Brehme,
Karlheinz Förster, Norbert Eder - Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Wolfgang Rolff,
Felix Wolfgang Magath, Hans-Peter Briegel - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (57. Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler),
Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Andreas Brehme (9.) and 0:2 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (90.).
Referee: Luigi Agnolin (ITA). Attendance: 40.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Final:
 
29.6.1986, Ciudad de México (MEX) - Estadio Azteca.
West Germany (FRG) - Argentinia (ARG)  2:3 (0:1).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs - Karlheinz Förster,
Norbert Eder - Thomas Berthold, Lothar Matthäus, Felix Wolfgang Magath (61. Dieter Hoeneß),
Hans-Peter Briegel, Andreas Brehme - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Klaus Allofs (46. Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 José Luis Brown (22.), 0:2 Jorge Alberto VALDANO Castellano (56.),
       1:2 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (72.), 2:2 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (84.) and
       2:3 Jorge Luis Burruchaga (85.).
Referee: Romualdo Arppi Filho (BRA). Attendance: 114.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:
 
7 Matches: Klaus Allofs, Norbert Eder, Karlheinz Förster, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - 6 Matches: Thomas Berthold,
Hans-Peter Briegel, Ditmar Jakobs, Felix Wolfgang Magath and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
5 Matches: Andreas Brehme and Pierre Littbarski - 2 Matches: Klaus Augenthaler,
Dieter Hoeneß and Wolfgang Rolff - 1 Match: Matthias Herget.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:
 
3 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - 2 Goals: Klaus Allofs - 1 Goal: Andreas Brehme,
Lothar Herbert Matthäus and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.

1988

The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:
 
The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 1 - The First Match:
 
10.6.1988, Düsseldorf (FRG) - Rheinstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Italy (ITA)  1:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Eike Immel - Matthias Herget - Guido Buchwald, Jürgen Kohler,
Thomas Berthold, Andreas Brehme (74. Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka) - Pierre Littbarski,
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Olaf Thon - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (82. Dieter Eckstein) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Roberto Mancini (52.), 1:1 Andreas Brehme (56.).
Referee: Keith Stuart Hackett (ENG). Attendance: 68.000.
 
The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 1 - The Second Match:
 
14.6.1988, Gelsenkirchen (FRG) - Parkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Denmark (DEN)  2:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Eike Immel - Matthias Herget - Guido Buchwald (33. Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka),
Jürgen Kohler, Wolfgang Rolff - Pierre Littbarski, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Olaf Thon, Andreas Brehme - Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (74. Frank Mill) -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (10.) and 2:0 Olaf Thon (86.).
Referee: Robert B Valentine (SCO). Attendance: 70.800.
 
The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 1 - The Third and Last Match:
 
17.6.1988, München (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Spain (ESP)  2:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Eike Immel - Matthias Herget - Andreas Brehme, Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka,
Jürgen Kohler - Pierre Littbarski (63. Wolfram Wuttke), Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Wolfgang Rolff, Olaf Thon - Jürgen Klinsmann (84. Frank Mill), Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (30.) and 2:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (51.).
Referee: Michel Vautrot (FRA). Attendance: 72.300.
 
The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:
 
21.6.1988, Hamburg (FRG) - Volksparkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Netherlands (HOL)  1:2 (0:0).
West Germany: Eike Immel - Matthias Herget (45. Johannes Christian 'Hansi' Pflügler) -
Jürgen Kohler, Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka - Andreas Brehme, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Wolfgang Rolff, Olaf Thon - Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler,
Frank Mill (84. Pierre Littbarski) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (55., Penalty), 1:1 Ronald Koeman (74., Penalty) and
1:2 Marcel 'Marco' Van Basten (89.).
Referee: Ioan Igna (ROM)  Attendance: 61.000.
 
The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (GER) – The Appearances:
 
4 Matches: Andreas Brehme, Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka, Matthias Herget, Eike Immel,
Jürgen Klinsmann, Jürgen Kohler, Pierre Littbarski, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Olaf Thon and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - 3 Matches: Frank Mill and Wolfgang Rolff -
2 Matches: Guido Buchwald - 1 Match: Thomas Berthold, Dieter Eckstein,
Johannes Christian 'Hansi' Pflügler and Wolfram Wuttke.
 
The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (GER) – The Scorers:
 
2 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - 1 Goal: Andreas Brehme, Jürgen Klinsmann,
Lothar Herbert Matthäus and Olaf Thon.

1990

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 4 - The First Match:
 
31.8.1988, Helsinki (FIN) - Olympiastadion.
Finland (FIN) - West Germany (FRG)  0:4 (0:2).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Holger Fach - Andreas Brehme, Jürgen Kohler,
Guido Buchwald (30. Wolfgang Rolff), Armin Görtz - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Thomas Häßler - Pierre Littbarski, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler,
Dieter Eckstein (76. Karlheinz Riedle) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (7.), 0:2 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (15.),
       0:3 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (52.) and 0:4 Karlheinz Riedle (77.).
Referee: Vadim Zhuk (URS). Attendance: 31.700.
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 4 - The Second Match:
 
19.10.1988, München (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Netherlands (HOL)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Holger Fach - Thomas Berthold, Jürgen Kohler,
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme - Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Olaf Thon,
Thomas Häßler - Jürgen Klinsmann (65. Frank Mill), Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: None.
Referee: Pietro D'Elia (ITA). Attendance: 73.000.
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 4 - The Third Match:
 
26.4.1989, Rotterdam (HOL) - Feyenoord Stadium.
Netherlands (HOL) - West Germany (FRG)  1:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Thomas Berthold - Stefan Reuter, Guido Buchwald,
Jürgen Kohler (75. Wolfgang Rolff), Andreas Brehme - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Andreas Möller, Thomas Häßler - Karlheinz Riedle,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (34. Jürgen Klinsmann) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Karlheinz Riedle (69.) and 1:1 Marcel 'Marco' Van Basten (88.).
Referee: Erik Fredriksson (SWE). Attendance: 54.000.
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 4 - The Fourth Match:
 
31.5.1989, Cardiff (WAL) - Arms Park.
Wales (WAL) - West Germany (FRG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Thomas Berthold - Stefan Reuter, Alois Reinhardt,
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler, Holger Fach, Andreas Möller -
Karlheinz Riedle (78. Jürgen Klinsmann), Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: None.
Referee: Carlos Alberto da Silva Valente (POR). Attendance: 30.000.
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 4 - The Fifth Match:
 
4.10.1989, Dortmund (FRG) - Westfalenstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Finland (FIN)  6:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Stefan Reuter, Guido Buchwald,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler (46. Uwe Bein), Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Andreas Möller (81. Frank Mill), Pierre Littbarski - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Andreas Möller (12.), 2:0 Pierre Littbarski (47.),
       3:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (53.), 4:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (62.),
       4:1 Mika Lipponen (76.), 5:1 Andreas Möller (81.) and
       6:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (84., Penalty).
Referee: Alan Snoddy (NIR). Attendance: 40.000.
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 4 - The Sixth and Last Match:
 
15.11.1989, Köln (FRG) - Müngersdorfer Stadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Wales (WAL)  2:1 (1:1).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler (46. Alois Reinhardt) - Stefan Reuter,
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler, Hans Dorfner,
Andreas Möller (82. Uwe Bein), Pierre Littbarski - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Malcolm Allen (12.), 1:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (25.) and
       2:1 Thomas Häßler (48.).
Referee: Michel Vautrot (FRA). Attendance: 60.300.
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:
 
6 Matches: Andreas Brehme (3 - 3), Guido Buchwald (3 - 3), Thomas Häßler (3 - 3),
Bodo Illgner (3 - 3) and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (3 - 3) -
5 Matches: Jürgen Klinsmann (3 - 2) - 4 Matches: Lothar Herbert Matthäus (2 - 2),
Andreas Möller (2 - 2) and Stefan Reuter (2 - 2) - 3 Matches: Thomas Berthold (1 - 2),
Holger Fach (1 - 2), Jürgen Kohler (1 - 2), Pierre Littbarski (2 - 1) and
Karlheinz Riedle (0 - 3) - 2 Matches: Klaus Augenthaler (2 - 0), Uwe Bein (2 - 0),
Frank Mill (2 - 0), Alois Reinhardt (1 - 1) and Wolfgang Rolff (0 - 2) -
1 Match: Dieter Eckstein (0 - 1), Hans Dorfner (1 - 0), Armin Görtz (0 - 1) and
Olaf Thon (1 - 0).
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:
 
4 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (2 - 2) - 2 Goals: Lothar Herbert Matthäus (1 - 1),
Andreas Möller (2 - 0) and Karlheinz Riedle (0 - 2) - 1 Goal: Thomas Häßler (1 - 0),
Jürgen Klinsmann (1 - 0) and Pierre Littbarski (1 - 0).


The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament - The Group D -
The First Match:

10.6.1990, Milano (ITA) - Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
West Germany (FRG) - Yugoslavia (YUG)  4:1 (2:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Stefan Reuter, Guido Buchwald,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Berthold, Thomas Häßler (74. Andreas Möller),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Uwe Bein (74. Pierre Littbarski) - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (29.), 2:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (40.),
       2:1 Davor Jozic (55.), 3:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (63.) and
       4:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (70.).
Referee: Peter Mikkelsen (DEN). Attendance: 74.800.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament - The Group D -
The Second Match:

15.6.1990, Milano (ITA) - Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
West Germany (FRG) - United Arab Emirates (UAE)  5:1 (2:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Stefan Reuter, Guido Buchwald,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Berthold (46. Pierre Littbarski), Thomas Häßler,
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Uwe Bein - Jürgen Klinsmann (72. Karlheinz Riedle),
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (36.), 2:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (38.),
       2:1 Khalid Ismail Mubarak (46.), 3:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (47.),
       4:1 Uwe Bein (59.) and 5:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (75.).
Referee: Aleksei Spirin (URS). Attendance: 71.200.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament - The Group D -
The Third and last Match:

19.6.1990, Milano (ITA) - Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
West Germany (FRG) - Colombia (COL)  1:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Stefan Reuter, Guido Buchwald,
Hans Pflügler - Thomas Berthold, Thomas Häßler (88. Olaf Thon), Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Uwe Bein (46. Pierre Littbarski) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Pierre Littbarski (89.) and 1:1 Freddy Eusebio Rincon (90.).
Referee: Alan Snoddy (NIR). Attendance: 72.500.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Second Round:

24.6.1990, Milano (ITA) - Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
West Germany (FRG) - Netherlands (HOL)  2:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Stefan Reuter, Jürgen Kohler,
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme - Pierre Littbarski, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Thomas Berthold - Jürgen Klinsmann (79. Karlheinz Riedle),
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (Red Card - 22.) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (51.), 2:0 Andreas Brehme (86.) and
       2:1 Ronald Koeman (89., Penalty).
Referee: Juan Carlos Loustau (ARG). Attendance: 74.600.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Quarter-Final:

1.7.1990, Milano (ITA) - Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
Czechoslovakia (TCH) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:1).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Thomas Berthold, Jürgen Kohler,
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme - Pierre Littbarski, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Uwe Bein (83. Andreas Möller) - Karlheinz Riedle, Jürgen Klinsmann -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goal: 0:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (25., Penalty).
Referee: Helmut Kohl (AUT). Attendance: 73.300.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Semi-Final:

4.7.1990, Torino (ITA) - Stadio delle Alpi.
West Germany (FRG) - England (ENG)  1:1 (1:1, 0:0) after extra-time.
Penalty Shoot-out: 4:3.
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Thomas Berthold, Jürgen Kohler,
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler (67. Stefan Reuter),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Olaf Thon - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (38. Karlheinz Riedle) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Andreas Brehme (60.) and 1:1 Gary Winston Lineker (81.).
Penalty Shoot-out: 0:1 Gary Winston Lineker, 1:1 Andreas Brehme,
                   1:2 Peter Andrew Beardsley, 2:2 Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
                   2:3 David Andrew Platt, 3:3 Karlheinz Riedle,
                   3:3 Stuart Pearce (saved), 4:3 Olaf Thon and
                   4:3 Christopher Roland 'Chris' Waddle (missed).
Referee: Jose Roberto Ramiz Wright (BRA). Attendance: 62.600.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Final:

8.7.1990, Roma (ITA) - Stadio Olimpico.
Argentinia (ARG) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Thomas Berthold (73. Stefan Reuter),
Guido Buchwald, Jürgen Kohler, Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler,
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Pierre Littbarski - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goal: 0:1 Andreas Brehme (85., Penalty).
Referee: Edgardo Enrique Codesal Méndez (MEX). Attendance: 73.300.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Klaus Augenthaler, Thomas Berthold, Guido Buchwald, Bodo Illgner,
Jürgen Klinsmann and Lothar Herbert Matthäus - 6 Matches: Andreas Brehme,
Pierre Littbarski, Stefan Reuter and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
5 Matches: Thomas Häßler - 4 Matches: Uwe Bein, Jürgen Kohler and
Karlheinz Riedle - 2 Matches: Andreas Möller and Olaf Thon -
1 Match: Hans Pflügler.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

4 Goals: Lothar Herbert Matthäus - 3 Goals: Andreas Brehme, Jürgen Klinsmann and
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - 1 Goal: Uwe Bein and Pierre Littbarski. 

1992

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The (West) German National Team (FRG - GER) -
The Match Details:

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 5 - The First Match:

31.10.1990, Luxembourg (LUX) - Stade Municipal.
Luxembourg (LUX) - West Germany (FRG)  2:3 (0:2).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz - Thomas Berthold, Jürgen Kohler,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler, Thomas Strunz, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Uwe Bein (73. Knut Reinhardt) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (16.), 0:2 Uwe Bein (30.), 0:3 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (49.),
       1:3 Jean-Paul Girres (56.) and 2:3 Robert 'Roby' Langers (65.).
Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (DEN). Attendance: 9.200.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 5 - The Second Match:

1.5.1991, Hannover (GER) - Niedersachsenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Belgium (BEL)  1:0 (1:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Thomas Berthold - Stefan Reuter, Dietmar Beiersdorfer,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler, Matthias Sammer, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Thomas Doll - Jürgen Klinsmann (77. Thomas Helmer),
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (88. Karlheinz Riedle) - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goal: 1:0 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (3.).
Referee: Zoran Petrovic (YUG). Attendance: 56.000.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 5 - The Third Match:

5.6.1991, Cardiff (WAL) - Arms Park.
Wales (WAL) - Germany (GER)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Thomas Berthold (Red Card - 60.) - Stefan Reuter,
Thomas Helmer, Jürgen Kohler, Andreas Brehme -
Lothar Herbert Matthäus (46. Thomas Doll), Guido Buchwald,
Matthias Sammer (74. Stefan Effenberg) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goal: 1:0 Ian James Rush (66.).
Referee: Bo Karlsson (SWE). Attendance: 37.000.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 5 - The Fourth Match:

16.10.1991, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Wales (WAL)  4:1 (3:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz - Guido Buchwald, Jürgen Kohler,
Andreas Brehme - Stefan Reuter, Thomas Doll (78. Stefan Effenberg),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Andreas Möller - Karlheinz Riedle (65. Thomas Häßler),
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Andreas Möller (34.), 2:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (39.),
       3:0 Karlheinz Riedle (45.), 4:0 Thomas Doll (73.) and
       4:1 Paul Bodin (85., Penalty).
Referee: Joël Quiniou (FRA). Attendance: 46.000.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 5 - The Fifth Match:

20.11.1991, Bruxelles (BEL) - Constant Vanden Stock.
Belgien (BEL) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz - Guido Buchwald, Jürgen Kohler,
Andreas Brehme - Stefan Reuter, Andreas Möller (80. Stefan Effenberg),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Thomas Doll - Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Karlheinz Riedle -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goal: 0:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (16.).
Referee: Tullio Lanese (ITA). Attendance: 27.000.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 5 - The Sixth and Last Match:

18.12.1991, Leverkusen (GER) - Ulrich-Haberland-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Luxembourg (LUX)  4:0 (2:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz - Stefan Reuter, Guido Buchwald, Jürgen Kohler,
Andreas Brehme - Andreas Möller (70. Uwe Bein), Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Thomas Doll (46. Thomas Häßler) - Karlheinz Riedle, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (15., Penalty), 2:0 Guido Buchwald (44.),
       3:0 Karlheinz Riedle (50.) and 4:0 Thomas Häßler (62.).
Referee: Zbigniew Przesmycki (POL). Attendance: 26.000.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The (West) German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

6 Matches: Andreas Brehme (3 - 3) , Bodo Illgner (3 - 3),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus (3 - 3) and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (3 - 3) -
5 Matches: Thomas Doll (3 - 2), Jürgen Kohler (2 - 3) and Stefan Reuter (3 - 2) -
4 Matches: Manfred Binz (2 - 2), Guido Buchwald (2 - 2), Thomas Häßler (3 - 1) and
Karlheinz Riedle (3 - 1) - 3 Matches: Thomas Berthold (1 - 2),
Stefan Effenberg (1 - 2), Jürgen Klinsmann (1 - 2) and Andreas Möller (2 - 1) -
2 Matches: Uwe Bein (1 - 1), Thomas Helmer (1 - 1) and Matthias Sammer (1 - 1) -
1 Match: Dietmar Beiersdorfer (1 - 0), Knut Reinhardt (0 - 1) and
Thomas Strunz (0 - 1).

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The (West) German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (1 - 2) - 2 Goals: Lothar Herbert Matthäus (2 - 0) and
Karlheinz Riedle (2 - 0) - 1 Goal: Uwe Bein (0 - 1), Guido Buchwald (1 - 0),
Thomas Doll (1 - 0), Thomas Häßler (1 - 0), Jürgen Klinsmann (0 - 1) and
Andreas Möller (1 - 0). 


The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 2 - The First Match:

12.6.1992, Norrköping (SWE) - Idrottsparken.
Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) - Germany (GER)  1:1 (0:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz - Jürgen Kohler, Guido Buchwald -
Stefan Reuter (64. Jürgen Klinsmann), Thomas Häßler, Stefan Effenberg,
Thomas Doll, Andreas Brehme - Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (46. Andreas Möller),
Karlheinz Riedle - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Igor Ivanovich Dobrovolskiy (63., Penalty) and 1:1 Thomas Häßler (90.).
Referee: Gerard Biguet (FRA). Attendance: 17.400.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 2 - The Second Match:

15.6.1992, Norrköping (SWE) - Idrottsparken.
Scotland (SCO) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz - Jürgen Kohler, Guido Buchwald -
Thomas Häßler, Stefan Effenberg, Matthias Sammer, Andreas Möller, Andreas Brehme -
Jürgen Klinsmann, Karlheinz Riedle (68. Stefan Reuter - 75. Michael Schulz) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Karlheinz Riedle (29.) and 0:2 Stefan Effenberg (47.).
Referee: Guy Goethals (BEL). Attendance: 17.800.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 2 - The Third and last Match:

18.6.1992, Göteborg (SWE) - Nya Ullevi Stadion.
Netherlands (HOL) - Germany (GER)  3:1 (2:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz (46. Matthias Sammer) - Jürgen Kohler,
Thomas Helmer - Andreas Brehme, Thomas Häßler, Stefan Effenberg, Andreas Möller,
Michael Frontzeck - Jürgen Klinsmann, Karl-heinz Riedle (77. Thomas Doll) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Franklin Edmundo 'Frank' Rijkaard (4.), 2:0 Robert 'Rob' Witschge (15.),
       2:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (53.) and 3:1 Dennis Nicolaas Maria Bergkamp (72.).
Referee: Pierluigi Pairetto (ITA). Attendance: 37.700.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

21.6.1992, Stockholm (SWE) - Råsunda Stadion.
Sweden (SWE) - Germany (GER)  2:3 (0:1).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Thomas Helmer - Guido Buchwald, Jürgen Kohler -
Stefan Reuter, Thomas Häßler, Matthias Sammer, Stefan Effenberg, Andreas Brehme -
Jürgen Klinsmann (89. Thomas Doll), Karlheinz Riedle -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Häßler (11.), 0:2 Karlheinz Riedle (59.),
       1:2 Tomas Brolin (65., Penalty), 1:3 Karlheinz Riedle (89.) and
       2:3 Kennet Andersson (90.).
Referee: Tullio Lanese (ITA). Attendance: 28.800.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The Final:

26.6.1992, Göteborg (SWE) - Nya Ullevi Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Denmark (DEN)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Thomas Helmer - Jürgen Kohler, Guido Buchwald - Stefan Reuter,
Thomas Häßler, Stefan Effenberg (80. Andreas Thom), Matthias Sammer (46. Thomas Doll),
Andreas Brehme - Jürgen Klinsmann, Karlheinz Riedle - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 John Jensen (18.) and 0:2 Kim Vilfort (78.).
Referee: Bruno Galler (SUI). Attendance: 38.700.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

5 Matches: Andreas Brehme, Stefan Effenberg, Thomas Häßler, Bodo Illgner,
Jürgen Klinsmann, Jürgen Kohler and Karlheinz Riedle - 4 Matches: Guido Buchwald,
Thomas Doll, Stefan Reuter and Matthias Sammer - 3 Matches: Manfred Binz,
Thomas Helmer and Andreas Möller - 1 Match: Michael Frontzeck, Michael Schulz,
Andreas Thom and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Karlheinz Riedle - 2 Goals: Thomas Häßler - 1 Goal: Stefan Effenberg and
Jürgen Klinsmann. 

1994

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group C - The First Match:

17.6.1994, Chicago (USA) - Soldier Field.
Germany (GER) - Bolivia (BOL)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Jürgen Kohler, Thomas Berthold -
Stefan Effenberg, Matthias Sammer, Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler (83. Thomas Strunz),
Andreas Möller - Karlheinz Riedle (61. Mario Basler), Jürgen Klinsmann -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goal: 1:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (61.).
Referee: Arturo Brizio Carter (MEX). Attendance: 63.100.

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group C - The Second Match:

21.6.1994, Chicago (USA) - Soldier Field.
Germany (GER) - Spain (ESP)  1:1 (0:1).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Jürgen Kohler, Thomas Berthold -
Thomas Strunz, Stefan Effenberg, Matthias Sammer, Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler,
Andreas Möller (62. Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler) - Jürgen Klinsmann -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Juan Antonio GOICOCHEA Lasa (14.) and 1:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (48.).
Referee: Ernesto Filippi Cavani (URU). Attendance: 63.000.

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group C - The Third and Last Match:

27.6.1994, Dallas (USA) - Cotton Bowl.
Germany (GER) - Republic of Korea (KOR)  3:2 (3:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Lothar Herbert Matthäus (64. Andreas Möller) - Jürgen Kohler,
Thomas Berthold - Stefan Effenberg (57. Thomas Helmer), Guido Buchwald,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler, Matthias Sammer - Jürgen Klinsmann, Karlheinz Riedle -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (12.), 2:0 Karlheinz Riedle (20.),
       3:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (37.), 3:1 Sung Hong Hwang (52.) and
       3:2 Myung Bo Hong (63.).
Referee: Joël Quiniou (FRA). Attendance: 64.000.

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The Second Round:

2.7.1994, Chicago (USA) - Soldier Field.
Germany (GER) - Belgium (BEL)  3:2 (3:1).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Lothar Herbert Matthäus (46. Andreas Brehme) - Jürgen Kohler,
Thomas Helmer - Thomas Berthold, Guido Buchwald, Martin Wagner - Thomas Häßler,
Matthias Sammer - Jürgen Klinsmann (86. Stefan Kuntz), Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (6.), 1:1 Georges Grün (8.),
       2:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (11.), 2:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (39.) and
       3:2 Philippe Albert (90.).
Referee: Kurt Röthlisberger (SUI). Attendance: 60.200.

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The Quarter-Final:

10.7.1994, East Rutherford (USA) - Giants Stadium.
Bulgaria (BUL) - Germany (GER)  2:1 (0:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Jürgen Kohler, Thomas Helmer -
Thomas Berthold, Martin Wagner (60. Thomas Strunz) - Thomas Häßler (83. Andreas Brehme),
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Möller - Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Jürgen Klinsmann -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (49., Penalty), 1:1 Christo Stoichkov (76.) and
       2:1 Yordan Lechkov (79.).
Referee: José Joaquín Torres Cadena (COL). Attendance: 72.400.

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

5 Matches: Thomas Berthold, Andreas Brehme, Thomas Häßler, Bodo Illgner,
Jürgen Klinsmann, Jürgen Kohler and Lothar Herbert Matthäus -
4 Matches: Andreas Möller and Matthias Sammer - 3 Matches: Guido Buchwald,
Stefan Effenberg, Thomas Helmer, Thomas Strunz and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
2 Matches: Karlheinz Riedle and Martin Wagner - 1 Match: Mario Basler and Stefan Kuntz.

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Jürgen Klinsmann - 2 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
1 Goal: Lothar Herbert Matthäus and Karlheinz Riedle. 

1996

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The First Match Details:

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The First Match:

16.11.1994, Tiranë (ALB) - Qemal Stafa.
Albania (ALB) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (1:1).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Thomas Berthold, Jürgen Kohler -
Stefan Reuter, Dieter Eilts, Andreas Möller, Matthias Sammer (46. Thomas Strunz),
Ralf Weber (83. Dirk Schuster) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (18.), 1:1 Hysen Zmijani (33.) and 1:2 Ulf Kirsten (46.).
Referee: Vasily Melnichuk (UKR). Attendance: 24.000.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Second Match:

14.12.1994, Chisinau (MOL) - Republican.
Republic Moldova (MOL) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:2).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Thomas Berthold - Stefan Reuter,
Matthias Sammer, Thomas Helmer - Thomas Häßler, Andreas Möller (79. Stefan Kuntz),
Ralf Weber - Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten (69. Thomas Strunz) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Ulf Kirsten (7.), 0:2 Jürgen Klinsmann (38.) and 0:3 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (72.).
Referee: Jef Van Vliet (HOL). Attendance: 20.000.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Third Match:

18.12.1994, Kaiserslautern (GER) - Fritz-Walter-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Albania (ALB)  2:1 (2:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Thomas Berthold, Thomas Helmer -
Stefan Reuter, Matthias Sammer, Ralf Weber - Thomas Häßler (78. Thomas Strunz),
Andreas Möller - Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten (59. Stefan Kuntz) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (8., Penalty), 2:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (17.) and
       2:1 Altin Rraklli (58.).
Referee: Svend Erik Christensen (DEN). Attendance: 20.300.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Fourth Match:

29.3.1995, Tbilisi (GEO) - Boris Pachaidze.
Georgia (GEO) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:2).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Thomas Helmer - Jürgen Kohler, Markus Babbel -
Stefan Reuter, Dieter Eilts, Ralf Weber (46. Steffen Freund) - Mario Basler,
Andreas Möller - Jürgen Klinsmann, Heiko Herrlich - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (24.) and 0:2 Jürgen Klinsmann (45.).
Referee: Martin Bodenham (ENG). Attendance: 75.000.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Fifth Match:

26.4.1995, Düsseldorf (GER) - Rheinstadion.
Germany (GER) - Wales (WAL)  1:1 (1:1).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Stefan Reuter - Dieter Eilts, Markus Babbel -
Steffen Freund, Mario Basler (76. Mehmet Scholl), Thomas Häßler,
Christian Ziege (86. Stefan Kuntz), Ralf Weber - Heiko Herrlich, Jürgen Klinsmann -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Dean Nicholas Saunders (8.) and 1:1 Heiko Herrlich (42.).
Referee: José Manuel García-Aranda Encinar (ESP). Attendance: 43.500.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Sixth Match:

7.6.1995, Sofia (BUL) - Vasil Levski Stadium.
Bulgaria (BUL) - Germany (GER)  3:2 (1:2).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Stefan Reuter, Markus Babbel,
Thomas Helmer - Mario Basler (80. Andreas Möller), Thomas Strunz (90. Ulf Kirsten),
Dieter Eilts - Thomas Häßler - Jürgen Klinsmann, Heiko Herrlich -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (18.), 0:2 Thomas Strunz (44.),
       1:2 Christo Stoichkov (45., Penalty), 2:2 Christo Stoichkov (66., Penalty) and
       3:2 Emil Kostadinov (69.).
Referee: Pierluigi Pairetto (ITA). Attendance: 70.000.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Seventh Match:

6.9.1995, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Georgia (GEO)  4:1 (1:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Helmer - Jürgen Kohler - Markus Babbel,
Thomas Strunz, Steffen Freund, Christian Ziege - Thomas Häßler, Andreas Möller -
Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Temur Ketsbaia (28.), 1:1 Andreas Möller (39.), 2:1 Christian Ziege (57.),
       3:1 Ulf Kirsten (62.) and 4:1 Markus Babbel (72.).
Referee: James McCluskey (SCO). Attendance: 44.500.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Eighth Match:

8.10.1995, Leverkusen (GER) - Ulrich-Haberland-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Republic Moldova (MOL)  6:1 (3:0).
Germany:  Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer (83. Christian Wörns) - Markus Babbel,
Thomas Helmer - Steffen Freund, Thomas Häßler, Dieter Eilts,
Andreas Möller (78. Mehmet Scholl), Christian Ziege - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Heiko Herrlich (64. Fredi Bobic) - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Serghei Stroenco (16., Own goal), 2:0 Thomas Helmer (18.),
       3:0 Matthias Sammer (24.), 4:0 Andreas Möller (47.), 5:0 Andreas Möller (61.),
       6:0 Matthias Sammer (72.) and 6:1 Radu Rebeja (82.).
Referee: Zygmunt Ziober (POL). Attendance: 18.400.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Ninth Match:

11.10.1995, Cardiff (WAL) - Arms Park.
Wales (WAL) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Markus Babbel (46. Christian Wörns),
Thomas Helmer - Steffen Freund, Thomas Häßler, Dieter Eilts, Andreas Möller,
Christian Ziege - Jürgen Klinsmann, Heiko Herrlich (74. Stefan Kuntz) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Andy Melville (75., Own goal), 1:1 Thomas Helmer (79., Own goal) and
       1:2 Jürgen Klinsmann (81.).
Referee: Ion Craciunescu (ROM). Attendance: 21.000.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Tenth and last Match:

15.11.1995, Berlin (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - Bulgaria (BUL)  3:1 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Markus Babbel, Jürgen Kohler (46. Thomas
Strunz), Steffen Freund - Dieter Eilts, Mario Basler, Thomas Häßler (87. Stefan
Reuter), Thomas Helmer - Jürgen Klinsmann, Stefan Kuntz (82. Fredi Bobic) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Christo Stoichkov (47.), 1:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (50.), 2:1 Thomas Häßler (56.) and
       3:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (76., Penalty).
Referee: Vassilios Nikakis (GRE). Attendance: 75.800.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

10 Matches: Jürgen Klinsmann (5 - 5) - 9 Matches: Andreas Köpke (4 - 5) -
8 Matches: Thomas Häßler (5 - 3), Thomas Helmer (4 - 4) and Andreas Möller (3 - 5) -
7 Matches: Markus Babbel (4 - 3), Dieter Eilts (3 - 4), Stefan Reuter (3 - 4) and
Matthias Sammer (3 - 4) - 6 Matches: Steffen Freund (4 - 2) and Thomas Strunz (3 - 3) -
5 Matches: Heiko Herrlich (2 - 3), Ulf Kirsten (2 - 3), Stefan Kuntz (3 - 2) and
Ralf Weber (2 - 3) - 4 Matches: Mario Basler (2 - 2), Jürgen Kohler (2 - 2) and
Christian Ziege (3 - 1) - 3 Matches: Thomas Berthold (1 - 2) and Lothar Herbert
Matthäus (1 - 2) - 2 Matches: Fredi Bobic (2 - 0), Mehmet Scholl (2 - 0) and
Christian Wörns (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Oliver Kahn (1 - 0) and Dirk Schuster (0 - 1).

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

9 Goals: Jürgen Klinsmann (3 - 6) - 3 Goals: Ulf Kirsten (1 - 2) and
Andreas Möller (3 - 0) - 2 Goals: Lothar Herbert Matthäus (1 - 1) and
Matthias Sammer (2 - 0) - 1 Goal: Markus Babbel (1 - 0), Thomas Häßler (1 - 0),
Thomas Helmer (1 - 0), Heiko Herrlich (1 - 0), Thomas Strunz (0 - 1) and
Christian Ziege (1 - 0).

Plus the Own goals from Andy Melville (WAL - 0 - 1) and Sergei Stroenco (MOL - 1 - 0). 

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The Group C - The First Match:

9.6.1996, Manchester (ENG) - Old Trafford.
Germany (GER) - Czech Republic (CZE)  2:0 (2:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Jürgen Kohler (14. Markus Babbel),
Thomas Helmer - Stefan Reuter, Dieter Eilts, Christian Ziege - Thomas Häßler,
Andreas Möller - Fredi Bobic (65. Thomas Strunz), Stefan Kuntz (83. Oliver Bierhoff) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Christian Ziege (26.) and 2:0 Andreas Möller (32.).
Referee: David R Elleray (ENG). Attendance: 42.000.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The Group C - The Second Match:

16.6.1996, Manchester (ENG) - Old Trafford.
Russia (RUS) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Markus Babbel - Stefan Reuter,
Dieter Eilts, Thomas Helmer, Christian Ziege - Thomas Häßler (66. Steffen Freund),
Andreas Möller (87. Thomas Strunz) - Oliver Bierhoff (85. Stefan Kuntz),
Jürgen Klinsmann - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Matthias Sammer (56.), 0:2 Jürgen Klinsmann (77.) and
       0:3 Jürgen Klinsmann (90.).
Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (DEN). Attendance: 50.800.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The Group C - The Third and last Match:

19.6.1996, Manchester (ENG) - Old Trafford.
Italy (ITA) - Germany (GER)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Steffen Freund, Thomas Helmer -
Thomas Strunz (Second Yellow Card - 60.), Dieter Eilts, Christian Ziege - Thomas Häßler,
Andreas Möller (89. Marco Bode) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Fredi Bobic -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: None.
Referee: Guy Goethals (BEL). Attendance: 53.700.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The Quarter-Final:

23.6.1996, Manchester (ENG) - Old Trafford.
Germany (GER) - Croatia (CRO)  2:1 (1:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Markus Babbel, Thomas Helmer -
Stefan Reuter, Dieter Eilts, Christian Ziege - Mehmet Scholl (88. Thomas Häßler),
Andreas Möller - Jürgen Klinsmann (39. Steffen Freund), Fredi Bobic (46. Stefan Kuntz) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (21., Penalty), 1:1 Davor Suker (51.) and
       2:1 Matthias Sammer (59.).
Referee: Leif Sundell (SWE). Attendance: 43.400.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

26.6.1996, London (ENG) - The Empire Stadium Wembley.
Germany (GER) - England (ENG)  1:1 (1:1, 1:1) after extra-time.
Penalty Shoot-out: 6:5.
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Markus Babbel, Thomas Helmer (110. Marco Bode) -
Stefan Reuter, Steffen Freund (119. Thomas Strunz), Dieter Eilts, Christian Ziege -
Mehmet Scholl (77. Thomas Häßler), Andreas Möller - Stefan Kuntz -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Alan Shearer (3.) and 1:1 Stefan Kuntz (16.).
Penalty Shoot-out: 0:1 Alan Shearer, 1:1 Thomas Häßler, 1:2 David Andrew Platt,
                   2:2 Thomas Strunz, 2:3 Stuart Pearce, 3:3 Stefan Reuter,
                   3:4 Paul John Gascoigne, 4:4 Christian Ziege,
                   4:5 Edward Paul 'Teddy' Sheringham, 5:5 Stefan Kuntz,
                   5:5 Gareth Southgate (saved) and 6:5 Andreas Möller.
Referee: Sándor Puhl (HUN). Attendance: 75.900.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The Final:

30.6.1996, London (ENG) - The Empire Stadium Wembley.
Czech Republic (CZE) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (1:1, 0:0) after extra-time and Golden Goal.
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Markus Babbel - Thomas Strunz,
Dieter Eilts (46. Marco Bode), Thomas Helmer, Christian Ziege -
Mehmet Scholl (69. Oliver Bierhoff), Thomas Häßler - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Stefan Kuntz - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Patrik Berger (59., Penalty), 1:1 Oliver Bierhoff (73.) and
       1:2 Oliver Bierhoff (95.).
Referee: Pierluigi Pairetto (ITA). Attendance: 73.600.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

6 Matches: Dieter Eilts, Thomas Häßler, Thomas Helmer, Andreas Köpke, Matthias Sammer and
Christian Ziege - 5 Matches: Markus Babbel, Stefan Kuntz, Andreas Möller and
Thomas Strunz - 4 Matches: Steffen Freund, Jürgen Klinsmann and Stefan Reuter -
3 Matches: Oliver Bierhoff, Fredi Bobic, Marco Bode and Mehmet Scholl -
1 Match: Jürgen Kohler.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Jürgen Klinsmann - 2 Goals: Oliver Bierhoff and Matthias Sammer -
1 Goal: Stefan Kuntz, Andreas Möller and Christian Ziege. 

1998

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The First Match:

9.10.1996, Yerevan (ARM) - Razdan.
Armenia (ARM) - Germany (GER)  1:5 (0:3).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Stefan Reuter - Markus Babbel, Jürgen Kohler - Stephan Paßlack,
Dieter Eilts, Marco Bode (73. Stefan Kuntz) - Thomas Häßler (77. Michael Tarnat),
Mehmet Scholl - Jürgen Klinsmann, Oliver Bierhoff (64. Fredi Bobic) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Häßler (20.), 0:2 Jürgen Klinsmann (26.), 0:3 Thomas Häßler (39.),
       0:4 Fredi Bobic (69.), 0:5 Stefan Kuntz (81.) and 1:5 Karapet Mikaelyan (85.).
Referee: Dr. Pierluigi Collina (ITA). Attendance: 50.000.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Second Match:

9.11.1996, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Northern Ireland (NIR)  1:1 (1:1).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Stefan Reuter - Jürgen Kohler - Markus Babbel, Michael Tarnat -
Thomas Strunz, Dieter Eilts (62. Stephan Paßlack) - Thomas Häßler, Andreas Möller -
Fredi Bobic (70. Oliver Bierhoff), Jürgen Klinsmann - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Gerry Taggart (39.) and 1:1 Andreas Möller (41.).
Referee: AHMET Cakar (TUR)  Attendance: 40.700.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Third Match:

14.12.1996, Lisboa (POR) - Estadio da Luz.
Portugal (POR) - Germany (GER) 0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Jürgen Kohler - Stefan Reuter,
Markus Babbel (84. Michael Tarnat), Dieter Eilts, Christian Ziege -
Mario Basler (70. Ulf Kirsten), Andreas Möller - Jürgen Klinsmann, Fredi Bobic -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: None.
Referee: Sándor Puhl (HUN). Attendance: 50.000.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Fourth Match:

2.4.1997, Granada (ESP) - Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes.
Albania (ALB) - Germany (GER)  2:3 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Jürgen Kohler, Thomas Helmer -
Stefan Reuter (61. Jörg Heinrich), Dieter Eilts (62. Ulf Kirsten), Christian Ziege -
Andreas Möller, Dariusz Wosz - Jürgen Klinsmann, Oliver Bierhoff -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Bledar Kola (62., Penalty), 1:1 Ulf Kirsten (63.), 1:2 Ulf Kirsten (80.),
       1:3 Ulf Kirsten (84.) and 2:3 Bledar Kola (90., Penalty).
Referee: Michel Piraux (BEL). Attendance: 5.000.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Fifth Match:

30.4.1997, Bremen (GER) - Weserstadion.
Germany (GER) - Ukraine (UKR)  2:0 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Jürgen Kohler, Thomas Helmer - Jörg Heinrich, Dieter Eilts,
Christian Ziege - Mario Basler, Fredi Bobic (15. Jens Nowotny),
Dariusz Wosz (84. Michael Tarnat) - Oliver Bierhoff, Jürgen Klinsmann -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Oliver Bierhoff (62.) and 2:0 Mario Basler (72.).
Referee: Anders Frisk (SWE). Attendance: 33.000.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Sixth Match:

7.6.1997, Kyiv (UKR) - National Sport Komplex Olimpiyskyi.
Ukraine (UKR) - Germany (GER)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Jürgen Kohler - Jörg Heinrich,
Dieter Eilts, Thomas Helmer, Christian Ziege - Mario Basler -
Dariusz Wosz (70. Mehmet Scholl) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten (88. Oliver Bierhoff) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: None.
Referee: Laszlo Vagner (HUN). Attendance: 65.000.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Seventh Match:

20.8.1997, Belfast (NIR) - Windsor Park.
Northern Ireland (NIR) - Germany (GER)  1:3 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Thomas Helmer - Jürgen Kohler - Christian Wörns (64. Thomas
Häßler), Jens Nowotny, Jörg Heinrich - Mario Basler (83. Markus Babbel),
Andreas Möller, Christian Ziege - Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten (70. Oliver Bierhoff) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Hughes (60.), 1:1 Oliver Bierhoff (73.), 1:2 Oliver Bierhoff (78.) and
       1:3 Oliver Bierhoff (79.).
Referee: José Manuel García-Aranda Encinar (ESP). Attendance: 13.400.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Eighth Match:

6.9.1997, Berlin (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - Portugal (POR)  1:1 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Thomas Helmer - Jürgen Kohler - Jörg Heinrich (79. Dariusz Wosz),
Stefan Reuter (46. Markus Babbel), Jens Nowotny, Christian Ziege - Mario Basler,
Thomas Häßler - Jürgen Klinsmann, Oliver Bierhoff (70. Ulf Kirsten) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 PEDRO Alexandre dos Santos BARBOSA (71.) and 1:1 Ulf Kirsten (81.).
Referee: Marc Batta (FRA). Attendance: 75.800.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Ninth Match:

10.9.1997, Dortmund (GER) - Westfalenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Armenia (ARM)  4:0 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Olaf Thon - Christian Wörns, Thomas Helmer - Jörg Heinrich,
Sven Kmetsch (46. Lars Ricken), Michael Tarnat (66. Oliver Bierhoff) - Thomas Häßler,
Dariusz Wosz (81. Jens Nowotny) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (70.), 2:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (84.), 3:0 Thomas Häßler (86.) and
       4:0 Ulf Kirsten (90.).
Referee: Peter Mikkelsen (DEN). Attendance: 43.000.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Tenth and Last Match:

11.10.1997, Hannover (GER) - Niedersachsenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Albania (ALB)  4:3 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Jürgen Kohler, Thomas Helmer - Olaf Thon - Thomas Häßler,
Stefan Reuter, Jörg Heinrich - Andreas Möller, Stefan Kuntz (72. Olaf Marschall) -
Fredi Bobic (60. Michael Tarnat), Oliver Bierhoff - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Jürgen Kohler (55., Own goal), 1:1 Thomas Helmer (64.), 2:1 Oliver Bierhoff (73.),
       2:2 Igli Tare (80.), 3:2 Olaf Marschall (86.), 3:3 Rudi Vata (88.) and
       4:3 Oliver Bierhoff (90.).
Referee: Rune Pedersen (NOR). Attendance: 44.500.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

9 Matches: Oliver Bierhoff (5 - 4), Jürgen Klinsmann (4 - 5), Jürgen Kohler (4 - 5) and
Andreas Köpke (4 - 5) - 7 Matches: Jörg Heinrich (4 - 3) and Thomas Helmer (4 - 3) -
6 Matches: Dieter Eilts (2 - 4), Thomas Häßler (4 - 2), Ulf Kirsten (2 - 4),
Stefan Reuter (3 - 3), Michael Tarnat (4 - 2) and Christian Ziege (2 - 4) -
5 Matches: Markus Babbel (2 - 3), Mario Basler (2 - 3), Fredi Bobic (3 - 2),
Andreas Möller (2 - 3) and Dariusz Wosz (3 - 2) - 4 Matches: Jens Nowotny (3 - 1) -
3 Matches: Matthias Sammer (0 - 3) - 2 Matches: Stefan Kuntz (1 - 1),
Stephan Paßlack (1 - 1), Mehmet Scholl (0 - 2), Olaf Thon (2 - 0) and
Christian Wörns (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Marco Bode (0 - 1), Oliver Kahn (1 - 0),
Sven Kmetsch (1 - 0), Olaf Marschall (1 - 0), Lars Ricken (1 - 0) and
Thomas Strunz (1 - 0).

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

6 Goals: Oliver Bierhoff (3 - 3) - 5 Goals: Ulf Kirsten (2 - 3) -
3 Goals: Thomas Häßler (1 - 2) and Jürgen Klinsmann (2 - 1) -
1 Goal: Mario Basler (1 - 0), Fredi Bobic (0 - 1), Thomas Helmer (1 - 0),
Stefan Kuntz (1 - 0), Olaf Marschall (1 - 0) and Andreas Möller (1 - 0). 

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group F - The First Match:

15.6.1998, Paris (FRA) - Parc des Princes.
Germany (GER) - United States (USA)  2:0 (1:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Olaf Thon - Christian Wörns, Jürgen Kohler -
Stefan Reuter (69. Christian Ziege), Jens Jeremies, Jörg Heinrich -
Thomas Häßler (50. Dietmar Hamann), Andreas Möller (90. Markus Babbel) -
Jürgen Klinsmann, Oliver Bierhoff - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Andreas Möller (9.) and 2:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (65.).
Referee: Saïd Belqola (MAR). Attendance: 48.700.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group F - The Second Match:

21.6.1998, Lens (FRA) - Stade de Felix Bollaert.
Germany (GER) - Yugoslavia (YUG)  2:2 (0:1).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Olaf Thon - Christian Wörns, Jürgen Kohler -
Jörg Heinrich, Dietmar Hamann (46. Lothar Herbert Matthäus), Jens Jeremies,
Christian Ziege (67. Michael Tarnat) - Andreas Möller (58. Ulf Kirsten) -
Jürgen Klinsmann, Oliver Bierhoff - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Predrag Mijatovic (13.), 0:2 Dragan Stojkovic (54.),
       1:2 Sinisa Mihajlovic (74., Own goal) and 2:2 Oliver Bierhoff (80.).
Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (DEN). Attendance: 41.300.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group F - The Third and last Match:

25.6.1998, Montpellier (FRA) - Stade de la Mosson.
Germany (GER) - Islamic Republic of Iran (IRN)  2:0 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Olaf Thon (46. Dietmar Hamann) - Jürgen Kohler,
Christian Wörns - Jörg Heinrich, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Thomas Helmer,
Michael Tarnat (77. Christian Ziege) - Thomas Häßler (70. Ulf Kirsten) -
Oliver Bierhoff, Jürgen Klinsmann - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Oliver Bierhoff (51.) and 2:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (58).
Referee: Epifanio González Chavez (PAR). Attendance: 35.500.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Second Round:

29.6.1998, Montpellier (FRA) - Stade de la Mosson.
Germany (GER) - Mexico (MEX)  2:1 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Christian Wörns, Markus Babbel -
Jörg Heinrich (59. Andreas Möller), Dietmar Hamann, Thomas Helmer (37. Christian Ziege),
Michael Tarnat - Thomas Häßler (75. Ulf Kirsten) - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Oliver Bierhoff - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Luis Hernandez (47.), 1:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (76.) and 2:1 Oliver Bierhoff (87.).
Referee: Vítor Manuel Melo Pereira (POR). Attendance: 35.500.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Quarter-Final:

4.7.1998, Lyon (FRA) - Stade Gerland.
Germany (GER) - Croatia (CRO)  0:3 (0:1).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Christian Wörns (Red Card - 40.),
Jürgen Kohler - Jörg Heinrich, Dietmar Hamann (79. Olaf Marschall), Jens Jeremies,
Michael Tarnat - Thomas Häßler (69. Ulf Kirsten) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Oliver Bierhoff -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Robert Jarni (45.), 0:2 Goran Vlaovic (80.) and 0:3 Davor  Suker (85.).
Referee: Rune Pedersen (NOR). Attendance: 43.300.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

5 Matches: Oliver Bierhoff, Dietmar Hamann, Jörg Heinrich, Jürgen Klinsmann,
Andreas Köpke and Christian Wörns - 4 Matches: Thomas Häßler, Ulf Kirsten,
Jürgen Kohler, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Michael Tarnat and Christian Ziege -
3 Matches: Jens Jeremies, Andreas Möller and Olaf Thon - 2 Matches: Markus Babbel
and Thomas Helmer - 1 Match: Olaf Marschall and Stefan Reuter.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Oliver Bierhoff and Jürgen Klinsmann - 1 Goal: Andreas Möller.

Plus the Own goal from Sinisa Mihajlovic (YUG). 

1999

The IV. FIFA Confederations Cup 1999 in Mexico (MEX) - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The IV. FIFA Confederations Cup 1999 in Mexico (MEX) - The Group B - The First Match:

24.7.1999, Guadalajara (MEX) - Estadio Jalisco.
Brazil (BRA) - Germany (GER)  4:0 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Christian Wörns, Thomas Linke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus -
Lars Ricken, Michael Ballack, Dariusz Wosz, Jörg Heinrich (75. Ronald Maul) -
Oliver Neuville (79. Heiko Gerber), Michael Preetz (73. Olaf Marschall),
Mehmet Scholl - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 ZÉ ROBERTO José Roberto da Silva Junior (62.),
       2:0 RONALDINHO Ronaldo de Assis Moreia (72.),
       3:0 ALEX Alexsandro de Souza (87.) and 4:0 ALEX Alexsandro de Souza (88.).
Referee: Gilberto Alcala Pineda (MEX). Attendance: 70.000.

The IV. FIFA Confederations Cup 1999 in Mexico (MEX) - The Group B - The Second Match:

28.7.1999, Guadalajara (MEX) - Estadio Jalisco.
Germany (GER) - New Zealand (GER)  2:0 (2:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Christian Wörns, Thomas Linke - Lothar Herbert
Matthäus (72. Michael Ballack) - Lars Ricken, Bernd Schneider, Jörg Heinrich -
Oliver Neuville, Mehmet Scholl (46. Dariusz Wosz) - Michael Preetz,
Olaf Marschall (65. PAULO Roberto RINK) - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Preetz (6.) and 2:0 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (33.).
Referee: Kofi Bonaventure Codija (BEN). Attendance: 30.000.

The IV. FIFA Confederations Cup 1999 in Mexico (MEX) - The Group B - The Third and last Match:

30.7.1999, Guadalajara (MEX) - Estadio Jalisco.
United States (USA) - Germany (GER)  2:0 (1:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Christian Wörns, Thomas Linke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus -
Jörg Heinrich (41. Mustafa Dogan), Bernd Schneider, Dariusz Wosz,
Heiko Gerber (77. Ronald Maul) - Oliver Neuville, Michael Preetz,
Horst Heldt (61. PAULO Roberto RINK) - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 Ben Olsen (24.) and 2:0 Joe-Max Moore (51.).
Referee: Gilberto Alcala Pineda (MEX). Attendance: 30.000.

The IV. FIFA Confederations Cup 1999 in Mexico (MEX) - The German National Team (GER) -
The Appearances:

3 Matches: Jörg Heinrich, Jens Lehmann, Thomas Linke, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Oliver Neuville, Michael Preetz, Christian Wörns and Dariusz Wosz -
2 Matches: Michael Ballack, Heiko Gerber, Olaf Marschall, Ronald Maul, PAULO Roberto RINK,
Lars Ricken, Bernd Schneider and Mehmet Scholl - 1 Match: Mustafa Dogan and Horst Heldt.

The IV. FIFA Confederations Cup 1999 in Mexico (MEX) - The German National Team (GER) -
The Scorers:

1 Goal: Lothar Herbert Matthäus and Michael Preetz. 

2000

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The First Match:

10.10.1998, Bursa (TUR) - Atatürk Stadi.
Turkey (TUR) - Germany (GER)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Jens Nowotny - Markus Babbel, Marko Rehmer - Carsten Ramelow,
Jens Jeremies, Jörg Heinrich (76. Oliver Neuville) - Lars Ricken (81. Marco Bode),
Stefan Beinlich - Oliver Bierhoff, Ulf Kirsten - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goal: 1:0 HAKAN Sükür (70.).
Referee: Hugh Dallas (SCO). Attendance: 20.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Second Match:

14.10.1998, Chisinau (MOL) - Republican.
Republic Moldova (MOL) - Germany (GER)  1:3 (1:3).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Markus Babbel, Jens Nowotny, Marko Rehmer - Carsten Ramelow,
Christian Nerlinger, Michael Tarnat - Lars Ricken (53. Oliver Neuville),
Stefan Beinlich (83. Dariusz Wosz) - Ulf Kirsten (74. Carsten Jancker),
Oliver Bierhoff -  Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 Aleksandr Guzun (6.), 1:1 Ulf Kirsten (19.), 1:2 Ulf Kirsten (36.) and
       1:3 Oliver Bierhoff (38.).
Referee: Juan Antonio Fernandez Marin (ESP). Attendance: 5.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Third Match:

27.3.1999, Belfast (NIR) - Windsor Park.
Northern Ireland (NIR) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:2).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Markus Babbel, Lothar Herbert Matthäus (46. Jens Nowotny),
Christian Wörns - Thomas Strunz, Dietmar Hamann, Jens Jeremies, Jörg Heinrich -
Oliver Neuville (68. Carsten Jancker), Oliver Bierhoff, Marco Bode (78. Michael Preetz) -
Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 0:1 Marco Bode (11.), 0:2 Marco Bode (43.) and 0:3 Dietmar Hamann (62.).
Referee: Graziano Cesari (ITA). Attendance: 14.300.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Fourth Match:

31.3.1999, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Finland (FIN)  2:0 (2:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Markus Babbel, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Christian Wörns -
Thomas Strunz, Dietmar Hamann (72. Jens Nowotny), Jens Jeremies, Jörg Heinrich -
Oliver Neuville (65. Ulf Kirsten), Oliver Bierhoff, Marco Bode (76. Carsten Jancker) -
Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 Jens Jeremies (31.) and 2:0 Oliver Neuville (36.).
Referee: Sergei Khusainov (RUS). Attendance: 40.800.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Fifth Match:

4.6.1999, Leverkusen (GER) - BayArena.
Germany (GER) - Republic Moldova (MOL)  6:1 (3:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Strunz, Jens Nowotny, Lothar Herbert
Matthäus (74. Markus Babbel), Jörg Heinrich - Dietmar Hamann,
Jens Jeremies (46. Mehmet Scholl) - Oliver Neuville, Oliver Bierhoff,
Ulf Kirsten (53. Carsten Ramelow), Marco Bode - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 Oliver Bierhoff (2.), 2:0 Ulf Kirsten (27.), 3:0 Marco Bode (38.),
       4:0 Oliver Bierhoff (56.), 5:0 Mehmet Scholl (71.),
       5:1 Gheorghe Stratulat (76.) and 6:1 Oliver Bierhoff (82.).
Referee: Jorge Emanuel Monteiro Coroado (POR). Attendance: 21.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Sixth Match:

4.9.1999, Helsinki (FIN) - Olympiastadion.
Finland (FIN) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (0:2).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Thomas Linke, Jens Nowotny - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Markus Babbel,
Christian Ziege - Mehmet Scholl (79. Christian Nerlinger), Jens Jeremies -
Oliver Neuville (85. Thomas Strunz), Oliver Bierhoff, Ulf Kirsten (32. Bernd Schneider) -
Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 0:1 Oliver Bierhoff (2.), 0:2 Oliver Bierhoff (17.) and 1:2 Janne Salli (63.).
Referee: Antonio Jesús López Nieto (ESP). Attendance: 20.200.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Seventh Match:

8.9.1999, Dortmund (GER) - Westfalenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Northern Ireland (NIR)  4:0 (4:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Thomas Linke, Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Markus Babbel (30. Thomas
Strunz), Jens Jeremies, Jens Nowotny (46. Christian Wörns) - Mehmet Scholl,
Christian Ziege - Oliver Neuville (67. Bernd Schneider), Oliver Bierhoff,
Marco Bode - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 Oliver Bierhoff (3.), 2:0 Christian Ziege (16.), 3:0 Christian Ziege (33.) and
       4:0 Christian Ziege (45.).
Referee: Georgios Bikas (GRE). Attendance: 41.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Eighth and last Match:

9.10.1999, München (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - Turkey (TUR)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Markus Babbel, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Thomas Linke -
Dietmar Hamann (46. Christian Nerlinger), Jens Jeremies -
Bernd Schneider (89. Mustafa Dogan), Christian Ziege (76. Marco Bode) -
Oliver Neuville, Oliver Bierhoff, Mehmet Scholl - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: None.
Referee: Dr. Pierluigi Collina (ITA). Attendance: 63.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

8 Matches: Markus Babbel (4 - 4), Oliver Bierhoff (4 - 4) and Oliver Neuville (4 - 4) -
7 Matches: Jens Jeremies (4 - 3) and Jens Nowotny (3 - 4) - 6 Matches: Marco Bode (4 - 2),
Oliver Kahn (3 - 3) and Lothar Herbert Matthäus (4 - 2) - 5 Matches: Ulf Kirsten (2 - 3) and
Thomas Strunz (3 - 2) - 4 Matches: Dietmar Hamann (3 - 1), Jörg Heinrich (2 - 2) and
Mehmet Scholl (3 - 1) - 3 Matches: Carsten Jancker (1 - 2), Thomas Linke (2 - 1),
Christian Nerlinger (1 - 2), Carsten Ramelow (1 - 2), Bernd Schneider (2 - 1),
Christian Wörns (2 - 1) and Christian Ziege (2 - 1) - 2 Matches: Stefan Beinlich (0 - 2),
Jens Lehmann (1 - 1), Marko Rehmer (0 - 2) and Lars Ricken (0 - 2) -
1 Match: Mustafa Dogan (1 - 0), Michael Preetz (0 - 1), Michael Tarnat (0 - 1) and
Dariusz Wosz (0 - 1).


The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

7 Goals: Oliver Bierhoff (4 - 3) - 3 Goals: Marco Bode (1 - 2), Ulf Kirsten (1 - 2) and
Christian Ziege (3 - 0) - 1 Goal: Dietmar Hamann (0 - 1), Jens Jeremies (1 - 0),
Oliver Neuville (1 - 0) and Mehmet Scholl (1 - 0). 

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Final Tournament - The Group A - The First Match:

12.6.2000, Liège (BEL) - Stade Sclessin.
Germany (GER) - Romania (ROM)  1:1 (1:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke (46. Marko Rehmer), Lothar Herbert Matthäus (77. Sebastian
Deisler), Jens Nowotny - Markus Babbel, Jens Jeremies, Christian Ziege -
Thomas Häßler (73. Dietmar Hamann), Mehmet Scholl - PAULO Roberto RINK, Oliver Bierhoff -
Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 0:1 Dinu Viorel Moldovan (5.) and 1:1 Mehmet Scholl (28.).
Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (DEN). Attendance: 30.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Final Tournament - The Group A - The Second Match:

17.6.2000, Charleroi (BEL) - Stade du Pays.
England (ENG) - Germany (GER)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Markus Babbel, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Jens Nowotny -
Sebastian Deisler (72. Michael Ballack), Dietmar Hamann, Jens Jeremies (78. Marco Bode),
Christian Ziege - Mehmet Scholl - Carsten Jancker,
Ulf Kirsten (70. PAULO Roberto RINK) - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goal: 1:0 Alan Shearer (53.).
Referee: Dr. Pierluigi Collina (ITA). Attendance: 30.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Final Tournament - The Group A - The Third and last Match:

20.6.2000, Rotterdam (HOL) - Feyenoord Stadium.
Portugal (POR) - Germany (GER)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Jens Nowotny, Thomas Linke -
Michael Ballack (46. PAULO Roberto RINK), Dietmar Hamann - Sebastian Deisler,
Mehmet Scholl (59. Thomas Häßler), Marco Bode - Carsten Jancker (69. Ulf Kirsten) -
Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 SÉRGIO Paulo Marceneiro CONCEIÇÃO (35.), 2:0 SÉRGIO Paulo
       Marceneiro CONCEIÇÃO (54.) and 3:0 SÉRGIO Paulo Marceneiro CONCEIÇÃO (71.).
Referee: Dirk Zier Gerardus 'Dick' Jol (HOL). Attendance: 51.500.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

3 Matches: Sebastian Deisler, Dietmar Hamann, Oliver Kahn, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Jens Nowotny, PAULO Roberto RINK and Mehmet Scholl - 2 Matches: Markus Babbel,
Michael Ballack, Marco Bode, Thomas Häßler, Carsten Jancker, Jens Jeremies,
Ulf Kirsten, Thomas Linke, Marko Rehmer and Christian Ziege - 1 Match: Oliver Bierhoff.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorer:

1 Goal: Mehmet Scholl. 

2002

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The First Match:

2.9.2000, Hamburg (GER) - Volksparkstadion.
Germany (GER) - Greece (GRE)  2:0 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Jens Nowotny, Jörg Heinrich (46. Thomas Linke) -
Carsten Ramelow - Sebastian Deisler, Michael Ballack, Marco Bode - Mehmet Scholl -
Alexander Zickler (71. PAULO Roberto RINK), Carsten Jancker - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Sebastian Deisler (17.) and 2:0 Marinos Ouzounidis (75., Own goal).
Referee: Antonio Jesús López Nieto (ESP). Attendance: 48.500.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Second Match:

7.10.2000, London (ENG) - The Empire Stadium Wembley.
England (ENG) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Jens Nowotny, Thomas Linke - Carsten Ramelow,
Dietmar Hamann, Marco Bode (87. Christian Ziege) - Sebastian Deisler, Michael Ballack -
Mehmet Scholl - Oliver Bierhoff - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goal: 0:1 Dietmar Hamann (14.).
Referee: Stefano Braschi (ITA). Attendance: 76.400.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Third Match:

24.3.2001, Leverkusen (GER) - BayArena.
Germany (GER) - Albania (ALB)  2:1 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Christian Wörns, Jens Nowotny - Carsten  Ramelow -
Sebastian Deisler, Dietmar Hamann (46. Marko Rehmer), Jens Jeremies, Marco Bode -
Mehmet Scholl - Oliver Neuville (72. Miroslav Klose), Oliver Bierhoff (46. Carsten Jancker) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Sebastian Deisler (50.), 1:1 Bledar Kola (65.) and 2:1 Miroslav Klose (88.).
Referee: Graziano Cesari (ITA). Attendance: 22.500.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Fourth Match:

28.3.2001, Athinai (GRE) - OAKA 'Spiros Louis'.
Greece (GRE) - Germany (GER)  2:4 (2:2).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Christian Wörns, Jens Nowotny, Jörg Heinrich, Christian Ziege -
Marko Rehmer, Jens Jeremies (90. Carsten Ramelow), Michael Ballack -
Sebastian Deisler (Second Yellow Card - 60.) - Carsten Jancker (78. Marco Bode),
Oliver Neuville (67. Miroslav Klose) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 Marko Rehmer (6.), 1:1 Angelos Haristeas (21.), 1:2 Michael Ballack (25.,
       Penalty), 2:2 Giorgos H Georgiadis (43.), 2:3 Miroslav Klose (82.) and
       2:4 Marco Bode (90.).
Referee: Vítor Manuel Melo Pereira (POR). Attendance: 40.000.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Fifth Match:

2.6.2001, Helsinki (FIN) - Olympiastadion.
Finland (FIN) - Germany (GER)  2:2 (2:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Jens Nowotny, Thomas Linke - Carsten Ramelow -
Michael Ballack, Marco Bode (69. Christian  Ziege) - Gerald Asamoah, Lars Ricken,
Oliver Neuville (62. Miroslav Klose) - Carsten Jancker (83. Oliver Bierhoff) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Mikael Forssell (29.), 2:0 Mikael Forsell (43.), 2:1 Michael Ballack (68.,
       Penalty) and 2:2 Carsten Jancker (72.).
Referee: Dirk Zier Gerardus 'Dick' Jol (HOL). Attendance: 35.800.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Sixth Match:

6.6.2001, Tiranë (ALB) - Qemal Stafa.
Albania (ALB) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Jens Nowotny, Thomas Linke -
Carsten Ramelow (Red Card - 37.) - Gerald Asamoah (70. Lars Ricken), Michael Ballack,
Christian Ziege - Sebastian Deisler (84. Frank Baumann) -
Oliver Neuville (46. Alexander Zickler), Carsten Jancker - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 Marko Rehmer (28.) and 0:2 Michael Ballack (70.).
Referee: Gilles Veisièrre (FRA). Attendance: 18.000.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Seventh Match:

1.9.2001, München (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - England (ENG)  1:5 (1:2).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Christian Wörns (46. Gerald Asamoah), Jens Nowotny,
Thomas Linke - Marko Rehmer, Michael Ballack (67. Miroslav Klose), Dietmar Hamann,
Jörg Böhme - Sebastian Deisler - Carsten Jancker, Oliver Neuville (78. Sebastian Kehl) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Carsten Jancker (6.), 1:1 Michael James Owen (12.),
       1:2 Steven George Gerrard (45.), 1:3 Michael James Owen (48.),
       1:4 Michael James Owen (66.) and 1:5 Emile William Ivanhoe Heskey (74.).
Referee: Dr. Pierluigi Collina (ITA). Attendance: 63.000.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Eighth and last Match:

6.10.2001, Gelsenkirchen (GER) - Arena 'Auf Schalke'.
Germany (GER) - Finland (FIN)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Christian Wörns, Jens Nowotny, Christian Ziege -
Michael Ballack, Carsten Ramelow, Jörg Böhme (46. Gerald Asamoah) - Sebastian Deisler -
Oliver Bierhoff, Oliver Neuville (77. Miroslav Klose) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: None.
Referee: Anders Frisk (SWE). Attendance: 52.300.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The European Play-Offs - The First Leg:

10.11.2001, Kyiv (UKR) - National Sport Komplex Olimpiyskyi.
Ukraine (UKR) - Germany (GER)  1:1 (1:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Jens Nowotny, Thomas Linke - Carsten Ramelow,
Dietmar Hamann, Christian Ziege - Bernd Schneider (79. Lars Ricken), Michael Ballack -
Gerald Asamoah, Alexander Zickler (68. Carsten Jancker) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Hennadiy Zubov (18.) und 1:1 Michael Ballack (31.).
Referee: Stefano Braschi (ITA). Attendance: 85.000.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The European Play-Offs - The Second Leg:

14.11.2001, Dortmund (GER) - Westfalenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Ukraine (UKR)  4:1 (3:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer (87. Frank Baumann), Jens Nowotny, Thomas Linke -
Carsten Ramelow, Dietmar Hamann, Christian Ziege - Bernd Schneider, Michael Ballack -
Carsten Jancker (58. Oliver Bierhoff), Oliver Neuville (70. Lars Ricken) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Ballack (4.), 2:0 Oliver Neuville (11.), 3:0 Marko Rehmer (15.),
       4:0 Michael Ballack (51.) und 4:1 Andriy Shevchenko (90.).
Referee: Vítor Manuel Melo Pereira (POR). Attendance: 52.400.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

10 Matches: Oliver Kahn (5 - 5), Jens Nowotny (5 - 5) and Marko Rehmer (5 - 5) -
9 Matches: Michael Ballack (4 - 5) and Carsten Ramelow (4 - 5) -
8 Matches: Carsten Jancker (4 - 4) - 7 Matches: Sebastian Deisler (4 - 3),
Thomas Linke (3 - 4), Oliver Neuville (4 - 3) and Christian Ziege (2 - 5) -
5 Matches: Gerald Asamoah (2 - 3), Oliver Bierhoff (3 - 2), Marco Bode (2 - 3),
Dietmar Hamann (3 - 2) and Miroslav Klose (3 - 2) - 4 Matches: Lars Ricken (1 - 3) and
Christian Wörns (3 - 1) - 3 Matches: Mehmet Scholl (2 - 1) and Alexander Zickler (1 - 2) -
2 Matches: Frank Baumann (1 - 1), Jörg Böhme (2 - 0), Jörg Heinrich (1 - 1),
Jens Jeremies (1 - 1) and Bernd Schneider (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Sebastian Kehl (1 - 0) and
PAULO Roberto RINK (1 - 0).

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

6 Goals: Michael Ballack (2 - 4) - 3 Goals: Marko Rehmer (1 - 2) -
2 Goals: Sebastian Deisler (2 - 0), Carsten Jancker (1 - 1) and Miroslav Klose (1 - 1) -
1 Goal: Marco Bode (0 - 1), Dietmar Hamann (0 - 1) and Oliver Neuville (1 - 0). 


The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Group E - The First Match:

1.6.2002, Sapporo (JPN) - Sapporo Dome.
Germany (GER) - Saudi-Arabia (KSA)  8:0 (4:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow (46. Jens Jeremies),
Christoph Metzelder - Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Christian Ziege -
Bernd Schneider, Michael Ballack - Miroslav Klose (77. Oliver Neuville),
Carsten Jancker (67. Oliver Bierhoff) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (20.), 2:0 Miroslav Klose (25.), 3:0 Michael Ballack (40.),
       4:0 Carsten Jancker (45.), 5:0 Miroslav Klose (69.), 6:0 Thomas Linke (72.),
       7:0 Oliver Bierhoff (84.) and 8:0 Bernd Schneider (90.).
Referee: Ubaldo AQUNIO Valenzano (PAR). Attendance: 32.200.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Group E - The Second Match:

5.6.2002, Ibaraki (JPN) - Kashima Soccer Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Republic of Ireland (IRL)  1:1 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow, Christoph Metzelder -
Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Christian Ziege - Bernd Schneider (90. Jens Jeremies),
Michael Ballack - Miroslav Klose (85. Marco Bode), Carsten Jancker (75. Oliver Bierhoff) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (19.) and 1:1 Robbie Keane (90.).
Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (DEN). Attendance: 35.900.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Group E - The Third and last Match:

11.6.2002, Shizuoka (JPN) - Stadium Ecopa.
Cameroon (CMR) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow (Second Yellow Card - 40.),
Christoph Metzelder - Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Christian Ziege -
Bernd Schneider (80. Jens Jeremies), Michael Ballack - Carsten Jancker (46. Marco Bode),
Miroslav Klose (84. Oliver Neuville) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 Marco Bode (50.) and 0:2 Miroslav Klose (79.).
Referee: Antonio Jesús López Nieto (ESP). Attendance: 47.100.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Second Round:

15.6.2002, Seogwipo (KOR) - Jeju World Cup Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Paraguay (PAR)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Torsten Frings, Marko Rehmer (46. Sebastian Kehl),
Thomas Linke, Christoph Metzelder (60. Frank Baumann) - Bernd Schneider,
Jens Jeremies, Michael Ballack, Marco Bode - Oliver Neuville (90. Gerald Asamoah) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goal: 1:0 Oliver Neuville (88.).
Referee: Carlos Alberto BATRES González (GUA). Attendance: 25.200.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Quarter-Final:

21.6.2002, Ulsan (KOR) - Munsu Football Stadium.
Germany (GER) - United States (USA)  1:0 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke, Sebastian Kehl, Christoph Metzelder -
Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Christian Ziege - Bernd Schneider (60. Jens Jeremies),
Michael Ballack - Oliver Neuville (79. Marco Bode), Miroslav Klose (88. Oliver Bierhoff) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goal: 1:0 Michael Ballack (39.).
Referee: Hugh Dallas (SCO). Attendance: 37.300.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

25.6.2002, Seoul (KOR) - World Cup Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Republic of Korea (KOR)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Torsten Frings, Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow,
Christoph Metzelder - Bernd Schneider (85. Jens Jeremies), Dietmar Hamann,
Michael Ballack, Marco Bode - Miroslav Klose (70. Oliver Bierhoff),
Oliver Neuville (88. Gerald Asamoah) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goal: 1:0 Michael Ballack (75.).
Referee: Urs Meier (SUI). Attendance: 65.600.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Final:

30.6.2002, Yokohama (JPN) - International Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Brazil (BRA)  0:2 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow, Christoph Metzelder -
Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Jens Jeremies (77. Gerald Asamoah),
Marco Bode (84. Christian Ziege) - Bernd Schneider - Miroslav Klose (74. Oliver Bierhoff),
Oliver Neuville - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 RONALDO Luís Nazário de Lima (67.) and 0:2 RONALDO Luís Nazário de Lima (79.).
Referee: Dr. Pierluigi Collina (ITA). Attendance: 69.000.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Torsten Frings, Jens Jeremies, Oliver Kahn, Miroslav Klose, Thomas Linke,
Christoph Metzelder and Bernd Schneider - 6 Matches: Michael Ballack, Marco Bode,
Dietmar Hamann and Oliver Neville - 5 Matches: Oliver Berhoff, Carsten Ramelow and
Christian Ziege - 3 Matches: Gerald Asamoah and Carsten Jancker -
2 Matches: Sebastian Kehl - 1 Match: Frank Baumann and Marko Rehmer.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Miroslav Klose - 3 Goals: Michael Ballack - 1 Goal: Oliver Bierhoff, Marco Bode,
Carsten Jancker, Thomas Linke, Oliver Neuville and Bernd Schneider.

2004

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The First Match:

7.9.2002, Kaunas (LIT) - S. Darius & S. Girenas Sport C.
Lithuania (LIT) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow, Christoph Metzelder - Torsten
Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Jörg Böhme - Bernd Schneider (86. Jens Jeremies), Michael Ballack -
Miroslav Klose, Carsten Jancker (69. Oliver Neuville) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 Michael Ballack (27.) and 0:2 Marius Stankevicius (59., Own goal).
Referee: Graham Poll (ENG). Attendance: 8.500.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Second Match:

16.10.2002, Hannover (GER) - AWD-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Faroe Islands (FAR)  2:1 (1:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Carsten Ramelow (46. Slawomir Paul 'Slawo' Freier),
Christian Wörns - Jens Jeremies, Dietmar Hamann, Torsten Frings - Bernd Schneider
(87. Sebastian Kehl), Michael Ballack - Carsten Jancker (69. Oliver Neuville),
Miroslav Klose - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Ballack (2., Penalty), 1:1 Arne Friedrich (45., Own goal) and
       2:1 Miroslav Klose (59.).
Referee: Dani Koren (ISR). Attendance: 36.600.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Third Match:

29.3.2003, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Lithuania (LIT)  1:1 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Torsten Frings, Arne Friedrich, Christian Wörns, Tobias Rau
(82. Slawomir Paul 'Slawo' Freier) - Carsten Ramelow, Dietmar Hamann - Bernd Schneider,
Jörg Böhme (46. Marko Rehmer) - Miroslav Klose, Fredi Bobic (72. Kevin Kuranyi) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Carsten Ramelow (8.) and 1:1 Tomas Razanauskas (73.).
Referee: Victor José Esquinas Torres (ESP). Attendance: 40.800.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Fourth Match:

7.6.2003, Glasgow (SCO) - Hampden Park.
Scotland (SCO) - Germany (GER)  1:1 (0:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Carsten Ramelow, Christian Wörns - Torsten Frings,
Jens Jeremies, Tobias Rau (57. Slawomir Paul 'Slawo' Freier) - Bernd Schneider (85. Sebastian
Kehl), Michael Ballack - Fredi Bobic, Miroslav Klose (73. Oliver Neuville) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 Fredi Bobic (22.) and 1:1 Kenny Miller (69.).
Referee: Domenica Messina (ITA). Attendance: 52.000.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Fifth Match:

11.6.2003, Tórshavn (FRA) - Tórsvøllur.
Faroe Islands (FAR) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn (46. Frank Rost) - Arne Friedrich, Carsten Ramelow, Christian Wörns -
Slawomir Paul 'Slawo' Freier, Jens Jeremies (65. Miroslav Klose), Sebastian Kehl,
Tobias Rau (72. Michael Hartmann) - Bernd Schneider - Fredi Bobic, Oliver Neuville -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 Miroslav Klose (89.) and 0:2 Fredi Bobic (90.).
Referee: Jan Willem Wegereef (HOL). Attendance: 6.500.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Sixth Match:

6.9.2003, Reykjavík (ISL) - Laugardalsvöllur.
Iceland (ISL) - Germany (GER)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Christian Wörns, Frank Baumann - Carsten Ramelow,
Michael Ballack, Sebastian Kehl, Christian Rahn (60. Michael Hartmann) - Bernd Schneider
(69. Sebastian Deisler) - Miroslav Klose, Oliver Neuville (46. Kevin Kuranyi) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goal: None.
Referee: Graham P Barber (ENG). Attendance: 15.000.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Seventh Match:

10.9.2003, Dortmund (GER) - Westfalenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Scotland (SCO)  2:1 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Carsten Ramelow, Christian Wörns - Arne Friedrich,
Frank Baumann, Tobias Rau - Bernd Schneider (81. Sebastian Kehl), Michael Ballack -
Fredi Bobic (76. Miroslav Klose), Kevin Kuranyi - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Fredi Bobic (25.), 2:0 Michael Ballack (50., Penalty) and 2:1 Neil McCann (60.).
Referee: Anders Frisk (SWE). Attendance: 67.000.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Eighth and last Match:

11.10.2003, Hamburg (GER) - AOL-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Iceland (ISL)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Carsten Ramelow, Christian Wörns - Andreas Hinkel,
Frank Baumann, Christian Rahn - Bernd Schneider, Michael Ballack - Fredi Bobic (71. Miroslav
Klose), Kevin Kuranyi (85. Oliver Neuville) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Ballack (9.), 2:0 Fredi Bobic (60.) and 3:0 Kevin Kuranyi (79.).
Referee: Valentin Ivanov (RUS). Attendance: 50.800.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

8 Matches: Oliver Kahn (4 - 4), Miroslav Klose (4 - 4), Carsten Ramelow (4 - 4) and Bernd
Schneider (4 - 4) - 7 Matches: Arne Friedrich (4 - 3) and Christian Wörns (4 - 3) -
6 Matches: Michael Ballack (3 - 3) and Oliver Neuville (2 - 4) - 5 Matches: Fredi Bobic (3 - 2) and
Sebastian Kehl (2 - 3) - 4 Matches: Slawomir Paul 'Slawo' Freier (2 - 2), Torsten Frings (2 - 2),
Jens Jeremies (1 - 3), Kevin Kuranyi (3 - 1) and Tobias Rau (2 - 2) - 3 Matches: Frank Baumann (2 - 1) and
Dietmar Hamann (2 - 1) - 2 Matches: Jörg Böhme (1 - 1), Michael Hartmann (0 - 2), Carsten Jancker (1 - 1),
Christian Rahn (1 - 1) and Marko Rehmer (2 - 0) - 1 Match: Sebastian Deisler (0 - 1),
Andreas Hinkel (1 - 0), Thomas Linke (0 - 1), Christoph Metzelder (0 - 1) and Frank Rost (0 - 1).

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

4 Goals: Michael Ballack (3 - 1) and Fredi Bobic (2 - 2) - 2 Goals: Miroslav Klose (1 - 1) -
1 Goal: Kevin Kuranyi (1 - 0) and Carsten Ramelow (1 - 0).

Plus the Own goal from Marius Stankevicius (LIT - 0 - 1). 


The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Final Tournament -
The Group D - The First Match:

15.6.2004, Porto (POR) - Estádio do Dragão.
Germany (GER) - Netherlands (HOL)  1:1 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Christian Wörns, Jens Nowotny, Philipp Lahm -
Dietmar Hamann, Frank Baumann - Bernd Schneider (68. Bastian Schweinsteiger),
Michael Ballack, Torsten Frings (79. Fabian Ernst) - Kevin Kuranyi (85. Fredi Bobic) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Torsten Frings (30.) and 1:1 Ruudgers Johannes Martinus 'Ruud' Van
       Nistelrooy (81.).
Referee: Anders Frisk (SWE). Attendance: 52.000.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Final Tournament -
The Group D - The Second Match:

19.6.2004, Porto (POR) - Estádio do Bessa.
Latvia (LAT) - Germany (GER)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Christian Wörns, Frank Baumann, Philipp Lahm -
Dietmar Hamann - Bernd Schneider (46. Bastian Schweinsteiger), Michael Ballack,
Torsten Frings - Kevin Kuranyi (78. Thomas Brdaric), Fredi Bobic (67. Miroslav Klose) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: None.
Referee: Michael Riley (ENG). Attendance: 22.300.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Final Tournament -
The Group D - The Third and last Match:

23.6.2004, Lisboa (POR) - Estádio de José Alvalade Século XXI.
Germany (GER) - Czech Republic (CZE)  1:2 (1:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Jens Nowotny, Christian Wörns, Philipp Lahm -
Torsten Frings (46. Lukas Podolski), Dietmar Hamann (79. Miroslav Klose) -
Bernd Schneider, Michael Ballack, Bastian Schweinsteiger (86. Jens Jeremies) -
Kevin Kuranyi - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Ballack (21.), 1:1 Marek Heinz (30.) and 1:2 Milan Baros (77.).
Referee: Terje Hauge (NOR). Attendance: 46.300.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

3 Matches: Michael Ballack, Arne Friedrich, Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann,
Oliver Kahn, Kevin Kuranyi, Philipp Lahm, Bernd Schneider, Bastian Schweinsteiger and
Christian Wörns - 2 Matches: Frank Baumann, Fredi Bobic, Miroslav Klose and
Jens Nowotny - 1 Match: Thomas Brdaric, Fabian Ernst, Jens Jeremies and Lukas Podolski.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

1 Goal: Michael Ballack and Torsten Frings. 

2005

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The German National Team (GER) -
The Match Details:

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The Group A - The First Match:

15.6.2005, Frankfurt am Main (GER) - Waldstadion.
Germany (GER) - Australia (AUS)  4:3 (2:2).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Robert Huth, Thomas Hitzlsperger -
Torsten Frings - Bernd Schneider (76. Sebastian Deisler),
Bastian Schweinsteiger (83. Fabian Ernst) - Michael Ballack -
Kevin Kuranyi (68. Gerald Asamoah), Lukas Podolski - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 1:0 Kevin Kuranyi (17.), 1:1 Josip Skoko (21.), 2:1 Per Mertesacker (23.),
       2:2 John Aloisi (31.), 3:2 Michael Ballack (60., Penalty),
       4:2 Lukas Podolski (88.) and 4:3 John Aloisi (90.).
Referee: Carlos AMARILLA Demarqui (PAR). Attendance: 48.000.

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The Group A - The Second Match:

18.6.2005, Köln (GER) - FIFA WM Stadion Köln.
Tunisia (TUN) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Robert Huth,
Thomas Hitzlsperger (68. Bernd Schneider) - Sebastian Deisler, Torsten Frings,
Michael Ballack, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Gerald Asamoah (62. Kevin Kuranyi),
Lukas Podolski (87. Mike Hanke) - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 0:1 Michael Ballack (74., Penalty), 0:2 Bastian Schweinsteiger (80.) and
       0:3 Mike Hanke (89.).
Referee: Peter Prendergast (JAM). Attendance: 44.300.

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The Group A - The Third and Last Match:

21.6.2005, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Argentina (ARG) - Germany (GER) 2:2 (1:1).
Germany: Timo Hildebrand - Andreas Hinkel, Per Mertesacker, Robert Huth,
Thomas Hitzlsperger - Fabian Ernst - Sebastian Deisler,
Bastian Schweinsteiger (70. Marco Engelhardt) - Bernd Schneider (46. Torsten Frings) -
Gerald Asamoah (58. Mike Hanke), Kevin Kuranyi - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 0:1 Kevin Kuranyi (29.), 1:1 Juan Ramón Riquelme (33.), 1:2 Gerald Asamoah (51.) and
       2:2 Esteban Matías CAMBIASSO Deleau (74.).
Referee: Luboš Michel (SVK). Attendance: 42.100.

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The Semi-Final:

25.6.2005, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Brazil (BRA)  2:3 (2:2).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Robert Huth, Bernd Schneider -
Torsten Frings, Fabian Ernst (87. Tim Borowski) - Michael Ballack -
Sebastian Deisler (83. Mike Hanke) - Kevin Kuranyi (63. Gerald Asamoah),
Lukas Podolski - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 0:1 ADRIANO Leite Ribeiro (21.), 1:1 Lukas Podolski (23.),
       1:2 RONALDINHO Ronaldo de Assis Moreia (43., Penalty),
       2:2 Michael Ballack (45., Penalty) and 2:3 ADRIANO Leite Ribeiro (76.).
Referee: Carlos CHANDIA Alarcon (CHI). Attendance: 42.200.

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The Third Place Play-Off:

29.6.2005, Leipzig (GER) - Zentralstadion.
Germany (GER) - Mexico (MEX) 4:3 (3:3, 2:1) after extra-time.
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Andreas Hinkel, Per Mertesacker, Robert Huth, Bernd Schneider -
Torsten Frings - Sebastian Deisler (67. Gerald Asamoah),
Bastian Schweinsteiger (83. Fabian Ernst) - Michael Ballack -
Mike Hanke (Red Card - 54.), Lukas Podolski (74. Kevin Kuranyi) - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 1:0 Lukas Podolski (37.), 1:1 José Francisco FONSECA Guzmán (40.),
       2:1 Bastian Schweinsteiger (41.), 2:2 Jared Francisco Borgetti (58.),
       3:2 Robert Huth (79.), 3:3 Jared Francisco Borgetti (85.) and
       4:3 Michael Ballack (97.).
Referee: Matthew Christopher Breeze (AUS). Attendance: 43.300.

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The German National Team (GER) -
The Appearances:

5 Matches: Gerald Asamoah, Sebastian Deisler, Torsten Frings, Robert Huth,
Kevin Kuranyi, Per Mertesacker and Bernd Schneider - 4 Matches: Michael Ballack,
Fabian Ernst, Mike Hanke, Lukas Podolski and Bastian Schweinsteiger -
3 Matches: Arne Friedrich and Thomas Hitzlsperger - 2 Matches: Andreas Hinkel,
Oliver Kahn and Jens Lehmann - 1 Match: Tim Borowski, Marco Engelhardt and
Timo Hildebrand.

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The German National Team (GER) -
The Scorers:

4 Goals: Michael Ballack - 3 Goals: Lukas Podolski - 2 Goals: Kevin Kuranyi and
Bastian Schweinsteiger - 1 Goal: Gerald Asamoah, Mike Hanke, Robert Huth and
Per Mertesacker.

2006

 
The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Group A - The First Match:

9.6.2006, München (GER) - FIFA WM Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Costa Rica (CRC)  4:2 (2:1).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Torsten Frings, Tim Borowski (72. Sebastian Kehl) -
Bernd Schneider (90. David Odonkor), Bastian Schweinsteiger -
Miroslav Klose (79. Oliver Neuville), Lukas Podolski - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 1:0 Philipp Lahm (6.), 1:1 Paulo César WANCHOPE Watson (12.),
       2:1 Miroslav Klose (17.), 3:1 Miroslav Klose (61.),
       3:2 Paulo César WANCHOPE Watson (73.) and 4:2 Torsten Frings (87.).
Referee: Horacio Marcelo Elizondo (ARG). Attendance: 59.400.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Group A - The Second Match:

14.6.2006, Dortmund (GER) - FIFA WM Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Poland (POL)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich (63. David Odonkor), Per Mertesacker,
Christoph Metzelder, Philipp Lahm - Bernd Schneider, Torsten Frings,
Michael Ballack, Bastian Schweinsteiger (77. Tim Borowski) - Miroslav Klose,
Lukas Podolski (70. Oliver Neuville) - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goal: 1:0 Oliver Neuville (90.).
Referee: Luis Medina Cantalejo (ESP). Attendance: 65.000.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Group A - The Third and Last Match:

20.6.2006, Berlin (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Ecuador (ECU) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:2).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Robert Huth, Philipp Lahm -
Torsten Frings (66. Tim Borowski) - Bernd Schneider (73. Gerald Asamoah),
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Michael Ballack - Miroslav Klose (66. Oliver Neuville),
Lukas Podolski - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 0:1 Miroslav Klose (4.), 0:2 Miroslav Klose (44.) and
       0:3 Lukas Podolski (57.).
Referee: Valentin Ivanov (RUS). Attendance: 72.000.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Second Round:

24.6.2006, München (GER) - FIFA WM Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Sweden (SWE)  2:0 (2:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Bernd Schneider, Torsten Frings (85. Sebastian Kehl),
Michael Ballack, Bastian Schweinsteiger (72. Tim Borowski) - Miroslav Klose,
Lukas Podolski (74. Oliver Neuville) - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 1:0 Lukas Podolski (4.) and 2:0 Lukas Podolski (12.).
Referee: Carlos Eugênio Símon (BRA). Attendance: 66.000.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Quarter-Final:

30.6.2006, Berlin (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - Argentina (ARG)  1:1 (1:1, 0:0) after extra-time. Penalty Shoot-out: 4:2.
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Bernd Schneider (62. David Odonkor), Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack,
Bastian Schweinsteiger (74. Tim Borowski) - Miroslav Klose (86. Oliver Neuville),
Lukas Podolski - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 0:1 Roberto Fabian Ayala (49.) and 1:1 Miroslav Klose (80.).
Penalty Shoot-out: 1:0 Oliver Neuville, 1:1 Julio Ricardo Cruz, 2:1 Michael Ballack,
                   2:1 Roberto Fabian Ayala (saved), 3:1 Lukas Podolski,
                   3:2 Maximiliano Rubén 'Maxi' Rodríguez, 4:2 Tim Borowski and
                   4:2 Esteban Matías CAMBIASSO Deleau (saved).
Referee: Luboš Michel (SVK). Attendance: 72.000.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Semi-Final:

4.7.2006, Dortmund (GER) - FIFA WM Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Italy (ITA)  0:2 (0:0, 0:0) after extra-time.
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Bernd Schneider (83. David Odonkor), Sebastian Kehl, Michael Ballack,
Tim Borowski (73. Bastian Schweinsteiger) - Miroslav Klose (111. Oliver Neuville),
Lukas Podolski - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 0:1 Fabio Grosso (119.) and 0:2 Alessandro Del Piero (120.).
Referee: Benito Armando Archundia Tellez (MEX). Attendance: 65.000.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Third Place Play-Off:

8.7.2006, Stuttgart (GER) - Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Portugal (POR)  3:1 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Philipp Lahm, Jens Nowotny, Christoph Metzelder,
Marcell Jansen - Bernd Schneider, Torsten Frings, Sebastian Kehl,
Bastian Schweinsteiger (79. Thomas Hitzlsperger) - Miroslav Klose (65. Oliver Neuville),
Lukas Podolski (71. Mike Hanke) - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 1:0 Bastian Schweinsteiger (56.), 2:0 PETIT Armando Gonçalves Teixeira (61., Own goal),
       3:0 Bastian Schweinsteiger (78.) and 3:1 NUNO Miguel Soares Pereira Ribeiro GOMES (88.).
Referee: Toru Kamikawa (JPN). Attendance: 52.000.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Miroslav Klose, Philipp Lahm, Oliver Neuville, Lukas Podolski,
Bernd Schneider and Bastian Schweinsteiger - 6 Matches: Tim Borowski,
Arne Friedrich, Torsten Frings, Jens Lehmann, Christoph Metzelder and
Per Mertesacker - 5 Matches: Michael Ballack - 4 Matches: Sebastian Kehl and
David Odonkor - 1 Match: Gerald Asamoah, Mike Hanke, Thomas Hitzlsperger,
Robert Huth, Marcell Jansen Oliver Kahn and Jens Nowotny.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Miroslav Klose - 3 Goals: Lukas Podolski - 2 Goals: Bastian Schweinsteiger -
1 Goal: Torsten Frings, Philipp Lahm and Oliver Neuville.

Plus the Own goal from PETIT Armando Gonçalves Teixeira (POR). 

2008

The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The First Match:
 
2.9.2006, Stuttgart (GER) - Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Republic of Ireland (IRL)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Philipp Lahm, Arne Friedrich, Manuel Friedrich,
Marcell Jansen - Bernd Schneider (84. Tim Borowski), Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack,
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Miroslav Klose, Lukas Podolski (76. Oliver Neuville) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 1:0 Lukas Podolski (57.).
Referee: Luis Medina Cantalejo (ESP). Attendance: 53.200.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Second Match:
 
6.9.2006, Serravalle (SMR) - Stadio Olimpico.
San Marino (SMR) - Germany (GER)   0:13 (0:6).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Philipp Lahm, Arne Friedrich, Manuel Friedrich,
Marcell Jansen - Bernd Schneider, Torsten Frings (62. Thomas Hitzlsperger),
Michael Ballack (46. David Odonkor), Bastian Schweinsteiger -
Miroslav Klose (46. Gerald Asamoah), Lukas Podolski - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Lukas Podolski (12.), 0:2 Bastian Schweinsteiger (29.),
       0:3 Miroslav Klose (30.), 0:4 Michael Ballack (35.), 0:5 Lukas Podolski (43.),
       0:6 Miroslav Klose (45.), 0:7 Bastian Schweinsteiger (47.),
       0:8 Lukas Podolski (64.), 0:9 Thomas Hitzlsperger (66.),
       0:10 Lukas Podolski (71.), 0:11 Thomas Hitzlsperger (73.),
       0:12 Manuel Friedrich (87.) and 0:13 Bernd Schneider (90., Penalty).
Referee: SELÇUK Dereli (TUR). Attendance: 5.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Third Match:
 
11.10.2006, Bratislava (SVK) - Tehelné pole.
Slovakia (SVK) - Germany (GER)   1:4 (0:3).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Clemens Fritz, Arne Friedrich, Manuel Friedrich, Philipp Lahm -
Bernd Schneider (76. David Odonkor), Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack,
Bastian Schweinsteiger (76. Piotr Trochowski) - Miroslav Klose,
Lukas Podolski (85. Mike Hanke) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Lukas Podolski (13.), 0:2 Michael Ballack (25.),
       0:3 Bastian Schweinsteiger (36.), 1:3 Stanislav Varga (58.) and
       1:4 Lukas Podolski (72.).
Referee: Terje Hauge (NOR). Attendance: 21.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Fourth Match:
 
15.11.2006, Nicosia (CYP) - GS Pancypria.
Cyprus (CYP) - Germany (GER)   1:1 (1:1).
Germany: Timo Hildebrand - Clemens Fritz, Arne Friedrich, Manuel Friedrich,
Philipp Lahm - David Odonkor (80. Thomas Hitzlsperger), Torsten Frings,
Michael Ballack, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Miroslav Klose,
Oliver Neuville (62. Mike Hanke) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Michael Ballack (15.) and 1:1 Yiannakis Okkas (43.).
Referee: Peter Fröjdfeldt (SWE). Attendance: 15.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Fifth Match:
 
24.3.2007, Praha (CZE) - Toyota Arena.
Czech Republic (CZE) - Germany (GER)   1:2 (0:1).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Phillip Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Marcell Jansen - Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack - Bernd Schneider,
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Kevin Kuranyi, Lukas Podolski (89. Thomas Hitzlsperger) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Kevin Kuranyi (41.), 0:2 Kevin Kuranyi (62.) and 1:2 Milan Baroš (76.).
Referee: Roberto Rosetti (ITA). Attendance: 18.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Sixth Match:
 
2.6.2007, Nürnberg (GER) - easyCredit-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - San Marino (SMR)  6:0 (1:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Phillip Lahm (70. Patrick Helmes), Per Mertesacker,
Christoph Metzelder, Marcell Jansen - Torsten Frings -
Roberto Hilbert (59. Clemens Fritz), Thomas Hitzlsperger - Bernd Schneider -
Miroslav Klose, Kevin Kuranyi (59. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Kevin Kuranyi (45.), 2:0 Marcell Jansen (52.),
       3:0 Torsten Frings (54., Penalty), 4:0 Mario GÓMEZ García (63.),
       5:0 Mario GÓMEZ García (65.) and 6:0 Clemens Fritz (67.).
Referee: Tony Asumaa (FRA). Attendance: 44.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Seventh Match:
 
6.6.2007, Hamburg (GER) - AOL-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Slovakia (SVK)  2:1 (2:1).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Phillip Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Marcell Jansen - Torsten Frings - Clemens Fritz, Thomas Hitzlsperger -
Bernd Schneider (90. Simon Rolfes) - Miroslav Klose (74. Piotr Trochowski),
Kevin Kuranyi (65. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Ján Durica (10., Own goal), 1:1 Christoph Metzelder (20., Own goal) and
       2:1 Thomas Hitzlsperger (43.).
Referee: OLEGÁRIO Manuel Bartolo Faustino BENQUERENÇA (POR). Attendance: 51.500.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Eighth Match:
 
8.9.2007, Cardiff (WAL) - Millenium Stadium.
Wales (WAL) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Christian Pander (46. Piotr Trochowski) - Thomas Hitzlsperger - Roberto Hilbert,
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Marcell Jansen - Kevin Kuranyi (73. Lukas Podolski),
Miroslav Klose (87. Patrick Helmes) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Miroslav Klose (5.) and 0:2 Miroslav Klose (60.).
Referee: Manuel Enrique Mejuto González (ESP). Attendance: 31.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Ninth Match:
 
13.10.2007, Dublin (IRL) - Croke Park.
Republic of Ireland (IRL) - Germany (GER)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Marcell Jansen - Bastian Schweinsteiger (18. Simon Rolfes), Torsten Frings -
Clemens Fritz, Piotr Trochowski (90. Gonzalo CASTRO Randon) - Kevin Kuranyi,
Mario GÓMEZ García (64. Lukas Podolski) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: None.
Referee: Martin Hansson (SWE). Attendance: 67.495.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Tenth Match:
 
17.10.2007, München (GER) - Allianz Arena.
Germany (GER) - Czech Republic (CZE)  0:3 (0:2).
Germany: Timo Hildebrand - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker,
Christoph Metzelder (46. Clemens Fritz), Marcell Jansen -
Bastian Schweinsteiger (65. Mario GÓMEZ García), Torsten Frings -
David Odonkor, Piotr Trochowski (46. Simon Rolfes) - Kevin Kuranyi,
Lukas Podolski - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Libor Sionko (2.), 0:2 Marek Matejovsky (23.) and
       0:3 Jaroslav Plašil (64.).
Referee: Howard Melton Webb (ENG). Attendance: 66.400.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Eleventh Match:
 
17.11.2007, Hannover (GER) - AWD-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Cyprus (CYP)  4:0 (2:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Phillip Lahm - Thomas Hitzlsperger - Clemens Fritz (77. Roberto Hilbert),
Piotr Trochowski (66. Tim Borowski), Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose,
Mario GÓMEZ García (73. Mike Hanke) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Clemens Fritz (2.), 2:0 Miroslav Klose (20.), 3:0 Lukas Podolski (53.) and
       4:0 Thomas Hitzlsperger (82.).
Referee: Peter Rasmussen (DEN). Attendance: 45.016.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Twelfth and Last Match:
 
21.11.2007, Frankfurt (GER) - Commerzbank-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Wales (WAL)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Gonzalo CASTRO Randon (56. Roberto Hilbert), Per Mertesacker,
Christoph Metzelder, Phillip Lahm - Tim Borowski,
Thomas Hitzlsperger (46. Simon Rolfes) - Clemens Fritz, Lukas Podolski -
Mario GÓMEZ García (71. Oliver Neuville), Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: None.
Referee: Pavel Cristian Balaj (ROM). Attendance: 49.262.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:
 
10 Matches: Jens Lehmann (5 - 5) - 9 Matches: Torsten Frings (4 - 5),
Miroslav Klose (5 - 4), Philipp Lahm (5 - 4) and Lukas Podolski (4 - 5) -
8 Matches: Arne Friedrich (3 - 5), Clemens Fritz (5 - 3), Thomas Hitzlsperger (4 - 4),
Marcell Jansen (4 - 4), Per Mertesacker (5 - 3), Christoph Metzelder (5 - 3) and
Bastian Schweinsteiger (2 - 6) - 6 Matches: Mario GÓMEZ García (5 - 1),
Kevin Kuranyi (3 - 3), Bernd Schneider (3 - 3) and Piotr Trochowski (3 - 3) -
5 Matches: Michael Ballack (1 - 4) - 4 Matches: Manuel Friedrich (1 - 3),
Roberto Hilbert (3 - 1), David Odonkor (1 - 3) and Simon Rolfes (3 - 1) -
3 Matches: Tim Borowski (3 - 0), Mike Hanke (1 - 2) and Oliver Neuville (2 - 1) -
2 Matches: Gonzalo CASTRO Randon (1 - 1), Patrick Helmes (1 - 1) and
Timo Hildebrand (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Gerald Asamoah (0 - 1) and Christian Pander (0 - 1).
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:
 
8 Goals: Lukas Podolski (2 - 6) - 5 Goals: Miroslav Klose (1 - 4) -
4 Goals: Thomas Hitzlsperger (2 - 2) - 3 Goals: Michael Ballack (0 - 3),
Kevin Kuranyi (1 - 2) and Bastian Schweinsteiger (0 - 3) -
2 Goals: Clemens Fritz (2 - 0) and Mario GÓMEZ García (2 - 0) -
1 Goal: Manuel Friedrich (0 - 1), Torsten Frings (1 - 0), Marcell Jansen (1 - 0) and
Bernd Schneider (0 - 1).
 
Plus the Own goal from Ján Durica (SVK - 1 - 0).


The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The Group B - The First Match:
 
8.6.2008, Klagenfurt (AUT) - Wörtherseestadion.
Germany (GER) - Poland (POL)  2:0 (1:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Marcell Jansen - Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack - Clemens Fritz (55. Bastian Schweinsteiger),
Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose (90. Kevin Dennis Kuranyi),
Mario GÓMEZ García (75. Thomas Hitzlsperger) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Lukas Podolski (20.) and 2:0 Lukas Podolski (72.).
Referee: Tom Henning Øvrebø (NOR). Attendance: 30.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The Group B - The Second Match:
 
12.6.2008, Klagenfurt (AUT) - Wörtherseestadion.
Croatia (CRO) - Germany (GER)  2:1 (1:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Marcell Jansen (46. David Odonkor) - Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack -
Clemens Fritz (82. Kevin Dennis Kuranyi), Lukas Podolski -
Mario GÓMEZ García (65. Bastian Schweinsteiger - Red Card - 90.),
Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Darijo Srna (24.), 2:0 Ivica Olic (62.) and 2:1 Lukas Podolski (79.).
Referee: Frank De Bleeckere (BEL). Attendance: 30.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The Group B - The Third and Last Match:
 
16.6.2008, Wien (AUT) - Ernst-Happel-Stadion.
Austria (AUT) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack - Clemens Fritz (90. Tim Borowski),
Lukas Podolski (83. Oliver Neuville) - Miroslav Klose,
Mario GÓMEZ García (60. Thomas Hitzlsperger) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Michael Ballack (49.).
Referee: Manuel Enrique Mejuto González (ESP). Attendance: 51.428.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The Quarter-Final:
 
19.6.2008, Basel (SUI) - St. Jakob-Park.
Portugal (POR) - Germany (GER)  2:3 (1:2).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Thomas Hitzlsperger (73. Tim Borowski), Simon Rolfes -
Bastian Schweinsteiger (83. Clemens Fritz), Michael Ballack, Lukas Podolski -
Miroslav Klose (89. Marcell Jansen) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Bastian Schweinsteiger (22.), 0:2 Miroslav Klose (26.),
       1:2 NUNO Miguel Soares Pereira Ribeiro GOMES (40.), 1:3 Michael Ballack (61.) and
       2:3 HÉLDER Manuel Marques POSTIGA (87.).
Referee: Peter Fröjdfeldt (SWE). Attendance: 39.730.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:
 
25.6.2008, Basel (SUI) - St. Jakob-Park.
Germany (GER) - Turkey (AUS)  3:2 (1:1).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Simon Rolfes (46. Torsten Frings), Thomas Hitzlsperger -
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Michael Ballack, Lukas Podolski -
Miroslav Klose (90. Marcell Jansen) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 UGUR Boral (22.), 1:1 Bastian Schweinsteiger (26.), 2:1 Miroslav Klose (79.),
       2:2 SEMIH Sentürk (86.) and 3:2 Philipp Lahm (90.).
Referee: Massimo Bussaca (SUI). Attendance: 39.374.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The Final:
 
29.6.2008, Wien (AUT) - Ernst-Happel-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Spain (ESP)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm (46. Marcell Jansen) - Torsten Frings,
Thomas Hitzlsperger (50. Kevin Dennis Kuranyi) - Bastian Schweinsteiger,
Michael Ballack, Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose (79. Mario GÓMEZ García) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 FERNANDO José TORRES Sanz (33.).
Referee: Roberto Rosetti (ITA). Attendance: 51.428.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:
 
6 Matches: Michael Ballack, Miroslav Klose, Philipp Lahm, Jens Lehmann, Per Mertesacker,
Christoph Metzelder and Lukas Podolski - 5 Matches: Torsten Frings, Thomas Hitzlsperger,
Marcell Jansen and Bastian Schweinsteiger - 4 Matches: Arne Friedrich, Clemens Fritz and
Mario GÓMEZ García - 3 Matches: Kevin Dennis Kuranyi - 2 Matches: Tim Borowski and
Simon Rolfes - 1 Match: Oliver Neuville and David Odonkor.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:
 
3 Goals: Lukas Podolski - 2 Goals: Michael Ballack, Miroslav Klose and
Bastian Schweinsteiger - 1 Goal: Philipp Lahm.

2010

 
The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The First Match:

6.9.2008, Vaduz (LIE) - Rheinpark.
Liechtenstein (LIE) - Germany (GER)  0:6 (0:1).
Germany: Robert Enke - Clemens Fritz, Serdar Tasçi, Heiko Westermann, Philipp Lahm –
Simon Rolfes (69. Marko Marin) - Bastian Schweinsteiger, Thomas Hitzlsperger,
Piotr Trochowski - Miroslav Klose (65. Mario GÓMEZ García),
Lukas Podolski (76. Kevin Dennis Kuranyi) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Lukas Podolski (21.), 0:2 Lukas Podolski (48.), 0:3 Simon Rolfes (65.),
0:4 Bastian Schweinsteiger (66.), 0:5 Thomas Hitzlsperger (76.) and 0:6 Heiko Westermann (86.).
Referee: Duarte Nuno Pereira Gomes (POR). Attendance: 6.127.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Second Match:

10.9.2008, Helsinki (FIN) - Olympiastadion.
Helsinki (FIN) - Germany (GER)  3:3 (2:2).
Germany: Robert Enke - Clemens Fritz (82. Andreas Hinkel), Serdar Tasçi,
Heiko Westermann, Philipp Lahm - Simon Rolfes (82. Patrick Helmes),
Thomas Hitzlsperger (69. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Bastian Schweinsteiger,
Piotr Trochowski - Miroslav Klose, Lukas Podolski - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Jonatan Lillebror Johansson (32.), 1:1 Miroslav Klose (38.),
2:1 Mika Väyrynen (43.), 2:2 Miroslav Klose (45.), 3:2 Daniel Sjölund (53.) and
3:3 Miroslav Klose (83.).
Referee: Viktor Kassai (HUN). Attendance: 38.000.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Third Match:

11.10.2008, Dortmund (GER) - Signal-Iduna-Park.
Germany (GER) - Russia (RUS)  2:1 (2:0).
Germany: René Adler - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Heiko Westermann, Philipp Lahm –
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Michael Ballack, Thomas Hitzlsperger (90. Simon Rolfes),
Piotr Trochowski (83. Torsten Frings) - Miroslav Klose (71. Mario GÓMEZ García),
Lukas Podolski - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Lukas Podolski (9.), 2:0 Michael Ballack (28.) and
2:1 Andrei Sergeyevich Arshavin (51.).
Referee: Peter Fröjdfeldt (SWE). Attendance: 65.607.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Fourth Match:

15.10.2008, Mönchengladbach (GER) - Stadion im Borussia-Park.
Germany (GER) - Wales (WAL)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: René Adler - Arne Friedrich (64. Clemens Fritz), Per Mertesacker,
Heiko Westermann, Philipp Lahm - Bastian Schweinsteiger, Michael Ballack,
Thomas Hitzlsperger, Piotr Trochowski - Miroslav Klose (46. Patrick Helmes),
Lukas Podolski (82. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 1:0 Piotr Trochowski (72.).
Referee: Laurent Duhamel (FRA). Attendance: 44.500.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Fifth Match:

28.3.2009, Leipzig (GER) - Zentralstadion.
Germany (GER) - Liechtenstein (LIE)  4:0 (2:0).
Germany: Robert Enke - Andreas Beck, Per Mertesacker, Serdar Tasçi, Phillip Lahm –
Michael Ballack, Thomas Hitzlsperger (78. Marko Marin) –
Bastian Schweinsteiger (88. Simon Rolfes), Marcell Jansen (64. Patrick Helmes) –
Mario GÓMEZ García, Lukas Podolski - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Ballack (4.), 2:0 Marcell Jansen (9.),
3:0 Bastian Schweinsteiger (48.) and 4:0 Lukas Podolski (50.).
Referee: Ihor Ishchenko (UKR). Attendance: 43.000.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Sixth Match:

1.4.2009, Cardiff (WAL) - Millenium Stadium.
Wales (WAL) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Robert Enke - Andreas Beck, Per Mertesacker, Serdar Tasçi, Phillip Lahm –
Simon Rolfes (79. Heiko Westermann), Thomas Hitzlsperger –
Bastian Schweinsteiger (86. Patrick Helmes), Michael Ballack,
Lukas Podolski (72. Piotr Trochowski) - Mario GÓMEZ García - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Michael Ballack (11.) and 0:2 Ashley Errol Williams (48., Own goal).
Referee: Terje Hauge (NOR). Attendance: 26.064.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Seventh Match:

12.8.2009, Baki (AZB) - Tofik Bakhramov Stadium.
Azerbaijan (AZB) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Robert Enke - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Serdar Tasçi, Marcel Schäfer –
Michael Ballack, Thomas Hitzlsperger - Bastian Schweinsteiger,
Piotr Trochowski (77. Marcell Jansen) –
Miroslav Klose (75. CACAU Jeronimo Maria Barreto Claudemir da Silva),
Mario GÓMEZ García (84. Mesut Özil) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Bastian Schweinsteiger (12.) and 0:2 Miroslav Klose (54.).
Referee: Alan Kelly (IRL). Attendance: 30.000.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Eighth Match:

9.9.2009, Hannover (GER) - AWD-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Azerbaijan (AZB)  4:0 (1:0).
Germany: René Adler - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Heiko Westermann,
Marcel Schäfer (46. Andreas Beck) - Michael Ballack, Thomas Hitzlsperger –
Bastian Schweinsteiger (67. Piotr Trochowski), Mesut Özil, Lukas Podolski –
Mario GÓMEZ García (46. Miroslav Klose) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Ballack (14., Penalty), 2:0 Miroslav Klose (55.),
3:0 Miroslav Klose (66.) and 4:0 Lukas Podolski (71.).
Referee: Anastasios Kakos (GRE). Attendance: 35.369.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Ninth Match:

10.10.2009, Moskva (RUS) - Luzhniki Stadium.
Russia (RUS) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: René Adler - Jérôme Boateng (Second Yellow Card - 69.), Per Mertesacker,
Heiko Westermann, Philipp Lahm - Michael Ballack, Simon Rolfes - Bastian Schweinsteiger,
Mesut Özil (72. Arne Friedrich), Lukas Podolski (86. Piotr Trochowski) –
Miroslav Klose (89. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Miroslav Klose (34.).
Referee: Massimo Bussaca (SUI). Attendance: 75.000.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Tenth and Last Match:

14.10.2009, Hamburg (GER) - HSH Nordbank Arena.
Germany (GER) - Finland (FIN)  1:1 (0:1).
Germany: René Adler - Andreas Beck, Arne Friedrich, Heiko Westermann, Philipp Lahm –
Thomas Hitzlsperger (46. Christian Gentner) - Michael Ballack (46. Mesut Özil),
Piotr Trochowski - CACAU Jeronimo Maria Barreto Claudemir da Silva,
Mario GÓMEZ García (77. Miroslav Klose), Lukas Podolski - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Jonatan Lillebror Johansson (11.) and 1:1 Lukas Podolski (90.).
Referee: Martin Atkinson (ENG). Attendance: 51.500.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

10 Matches: Mario GÓMEZ García (5 - 5) and Philipp Lahm (5 - 5) –
9 Matches: Thomas Hitzlsperger (5 - 4), Lukas Podolski (5 - 4),
Bastian Schweinsteiger (4 - 5) and Piotr Trochowski (4 - 5) –
8 Matches: Michael Ballack (5 - 3), Miroslav Klose (4 - 4) and
Heiko Westermann (4 - 4) - 7 Matches: Per Mertesacker (4 - 4) –
6 Matches: Simon Rolfes (2 - 4) - 5 Matches: René Adler (4 - 1),
Robert Enke (1 - 4) and Serdar Tasçi (1 - 4) - 4 Matches: Andreas Beck (3 - 1),
Arne Friedrich (3 - 1), Patrick Helmes (2 - 2) and Mesut Özil (2 - 2) –
3 Matches: Clemens Fritz (1 - 2) - 2 Matches: CACAU Jeronimo Maria Barreto Claudemir da Silva (1 - 1),
Marcell Jansen (1 - 1), Marko Marin (1 - 1) and Marcel Schäfer (1 - 1) –
1 Match: Jérôme Boateng (0 - 1), Torsten Frings (1 - 0), Christian Gentner (1 - 0),
Andreas Hinkel (0 - 1) and Kevin Dennis Kuranyi (0 - 1).

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

7 Goals: Miroslav Klose (2 - 5) - 6 Goals: Lukas Podolski (4 - 2) –
4 Goals: Michael Ballack (3 - 1) - 3 Goals: Bastian Schweinsteiger (1 - 2) –
1 Goal: Thomas Hitzlsperger (0 - 1), Marcell Jansen (1 - 0), Simon Rolfes (0 - 1),
Piotr Trochowski (1 - 0) and Heiko Westermann (0 - 1).

Plus the Own goal from Ashley Errol Williams (WAL - 0 - 1).
 

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group D - The First Match:

13.6.2010, Durban (RSA) - Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Australia (AUS)  4:0 (2:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich,
Holger Badstuber - Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller,
Mesut Özil (74. Mario GÓMEZ García), Lukas Podolski (81. Marko Marin) -
Miroslav Klose (68. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Lukas Podolski (8.), 2:0 Miroslav Klose (26.), 3:0 Thomas Müller (68.) and
       4:0 CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto (70.).
Referee: Marco Antonio Rodríguez Moreno (MEX). Attendance: 62.660.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group D - The Second Match:

18.6.2010, Port Elizabeth (RSA) - Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Serbia (SRB)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich,
Holger Badstuber (77. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger -
Thomas Müller (70. Marko Marin), Mesut Özil (70. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto),
Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose (Second Yellow Card - 37.) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Milan Jovanović (38.).
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco (ESP). Attendance: 38.294.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group D - The Third and Last Match:

23.6.2010, Johannesburg (RSA) - Soccer City.
Ghana (GHA) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich,
Jérôme Boateng (73. Marcell Jansen) - Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger (81. Toni Kroos) -
Thomas Müller (67. Piotr Trochowski), Lukas Podolski - Mesut Özil -
CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Mesut Özil (60.).
Referee: Carlos Eugênio Simon (BRA). Attendance: 83.391.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Second Round:

27.6.2010, Bloemfontein (RSA) - Free State Stadium.
Germany (GER) - England (ENG)  4:1 (2:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich, Jérôme Boateng -
Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (72. Piotr Trochowski),
Lukas Podolski - Mesut Özil (83. Stefan Kießling) - Miroslav Klose (72. Mario GÓMEZ García) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (20.), 2:0 Lukas Podolski (37.), 2:1 Matthew James Upson (37.),
       3:1 Thomas Müller (67.) and 4:1 Thomas Müller (70.).
Referee: Jorge Luis LARRIONDA Pietrafesa (URU). Attendance: 40.150.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Quarter-Final:

3.7.2010, Cape Town (RSA) - Cape Town Stadium.
Argentina (ARG) - Germany (GER)  0:4 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich,
Jérôme Boateng (72. Marcell Jansen) - Sami Khedira (77. Toni Kroos),
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (84. Piotr Trochowski), Mesut Özil,
Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Müller (3.), 0:2 Miroslav Klose (67.), 0:3 Arne Friedrich (74.) and
       0:4 Miroslav Klose (88.).
Referee: Ravshan Sayfiddinovich Irmatov (UZB). Attendance: 64.100.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Semi-Final:

7.7.2010, Durban (RSA) - Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Spain (ESP)  0:1 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich,
Jérôme Boateng (52. Marcell Jansen) - Sami Khedira (81. Mario GÓMEZ García),
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Piotr Trochowski (62. Toni Kroos), Mesut Özil,
Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Carles PUYOL i Saforcada (73.).
Referee: Viktor Kassai (HUN). Attendance: 60.960.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Third Place Play-Off:

10.7.2010, Port Elizabeth (RSA) - Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
Uruguay (URU) - Germany (GER)  2:3 (1:1).
Germany: Hans-Jörg Butt - Jérôme Boateng, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich,
Dennis Aogo - Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller,
Mesut Özil (90. Serdar Tasçi), Marcell Jansen (81. Toni Kroos) -
CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto (73. Stefan Kießling) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Müller (19.), 1:1 Edinson Roberto CAVANI Gómez (28.),
       2:1 Diego Martín FORLÁN Corazo (51.), 2:2 Marcell Jansen (56.) and
       2:3 Sami Khedira (82.).
Referee: Benito Armando ARCHUNDIA Téllez). Attendance: 36.254.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Arne Friedrich, Sami Khedira, Per Mertesacker, Mesut Özil and
Bastian Schweinsteiger - 6 Matches: Philipp Lahm, Thomas Müller,
Manuel Neuer and Lukas Podolski - 5 Matches: Jérôme Boateng and Miroslav Klose -
4 Matches: CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto, Mario GÓMEZ García, Marcell Jansen,
Toni Kroos and Piotr Trochowski - 2 Matches: Holger Badstuber, Stefan Kießling and
Marko Marin - 1 Match: Dennis Aogo, Hans-Jörg Butt and Serdar Tasçi.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Thomas Müller - 4 Goals: Miroslav Klose - 2 Goals: Lukas Podolski -
1 Goal: CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto, Arne Friedrich, Marcell Jansen,
Sami Khedira and Mesut Özil.

2012

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The First Match:

3.9.2010, Bruxelles (BEL) - Stade Roi Baudouin.
Belgium (BEL) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Holger Badstuber,
Marcell Jansen (46. Heiko Westermann) - Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger -
Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil (88. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto),
Lukas Podolski (70. Toni Kroos) - Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Miroslav Klose (51.).
Referee: Terje Hauge (NOR). Attendance: 47.000.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Second Match:

7.9.2010, Köln (GER) - RheinEnergieStadion.
Germany (GER) - Azerbaijan (AZB)  6:1 (3:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Sascha Riether, Per Mertesacker (11. Heiko Westermann),
Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm - Sami Khedira,
Bastian Schweinsteiger (78. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto) -
Thomas Müller (62. Marko Marin), Mesut Özil, Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Heiko Westermann (28.), 2:0 Lukas Podolski (45.), 3:0 Miroslav Klose (45.),
       4:0 Resad Ferhad oglu Sadiqov (53., Own goal), 4:1 Vaqif Füzuli oglu Cavadov (57.),
       5:1 Holger Badstuber (86.) and 6:1 Miroslav Klose (90.).
Referee: Markus Strömbergsson (SWE). Attendance: 43.751.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Third Match:

8.10.2010, Berlin (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - Turkey (TUR)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Holger Badstuber, Heiko Westermann -
Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil (90. Marko Marin),
Lukas Podolski (86. Christian Träsch) - Miroslav Klose (90. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (42.), 2:0 Mesut Özil (79.) and 3:0 Miroslav Klose (87.).
Referee: Howard Melton Webb (ENG). Attendance: 74.244.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Fourth Match:

12.10.2010, Astana (KAZ) - Astana Arena.
Kazakhstan (KAZ) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Holger Badstuber,
Heiko Westermann - Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller (70. Marko Marin),
Mesut Özil (79. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto), Lukas Podolski -
Miroslav Klose (55. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Miroslav Klose (48.), 0:2 Mario GÓMEZ García (76.) and 0:3 Lukas Podolski (85.).
Referee: Alexandru Dan Tudor (ROM). Attendance: 20.000.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Fifth Match:

26.3.2011, Kaiserslautern (GER) - Fritz-Walter-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Kazakhstan (KAZ)  4:0 (3:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Holger Badstuber, Dennis Aogo -
Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger (78. Toni Kroos) - Thomas Müller (78. Mario Götze),
Mesut Özil, Lukas Podolski (65. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (3.), 2:0 Thomas Müller (25.), 3:0 Thomas Müller (43.) and
       4:0 Miroslav Klose (88.).
Referee: Aleksandar Stavrev (MAC). Attendance: 47.849.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Sixth Match:

3.6.2011, Wien (AUT) - Ernst-Happel-Stadion.
Austria (AUT) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (1:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Arne Friedrich, Mats Hummels, Marcel Schmelzer -
Sami Khedira (69. Holger Badstuber), Toni Kroos (90. Dennis Aogo) - Thomas Müller,
Mesut Özil, Lukas Podolski (67. André Schürrle) - Mario GÓMEZ García - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Mario GÓMEZ García (44.), 1:1 Arne Friedrich (50., Own goal) and
       1:2 Mario GÓMEZ García (90.).
Referee: Massimo Bussaca (SUI). Attendance: 47.500.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Seventh Match:

7.6.2011, Baki (AZB) - Tofiq B?hramov adina Respublika Stadionu.
Azerbaijan (AZB) - Germany (GER)  1:3 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Benedikt Höwedes, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber, Dennis Aogo -
Philipp Lahm, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller (88. Lewis Holtby), Mesut Özil (81. Mario Götze),
Lukas Podolski (76. André Schürrle) - Mario GÓMEZ García - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Mesut Özil (30.), 0:2 Mario GÓMEZ García (41.),
       1:2 Murad Saidovich Hüseynov (89.) and 1:3 André Schürrle (90.).
Referee: Michael Koukoulakis (GRE). Attendance: 30.000.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Eighth Match:

2.9.2011, Gelsenkirchen (GER) - VELTINS-Arena
Germany (GER) - Austria (AUT)  6:2 (3:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Benedikt Höwedes (46. Jérôme Boateng), Holger Badstuber,
Mats Hummels, Philipp Lahm - Bastian Schweinsteiger, Toni Kroos (85. Mario Götze) -
Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil, Lukas Podolski (74. André Schürrle) - Miroslav Klose -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (8.), 2:0 Mesut Özil (23.), 3:0 Lukas Podolski (28.),
       3:1 Marko Arnautovic (42.), 4:1 Mesut Özil (47.), 4:2 Martin Harnik (51.),
       5:2 André Schürrle (84.) and 6:2 Mario Götze (89.).
Referee: Paolo Tagliavento (ITA (ITA). Attendance: 53.313.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Ninth Match:

7.10.2011, Istanbul (TUR) - Türk Telekom Arena.
Turkey (TUR) - Germany (GER)  1:3 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng (74. Benedikt Höwedes), Per Mertesacker,
Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm - Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller,
Mario Götze (90. Marco Reus), Lukas Podolski (62. André Schürrle) -
Mario GÓMEZ García - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Mario GÓMEZ García (35.), 0:2 Thomas Müller (66.),
       1:2 HAKAN Kadir BALTA (79.) and 1:3 Bastian Schweinsteiger (86., Penalty).
Referee: Martin Atkinson (ENG). Attendance: 50.000.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Tenth Match:

11.10.2011, Düsseldorf (GER) - ESPRIT arena.
Germany (GER) - Belgium (BEL)  3:1 (2:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Benedikt Höwedes, Mats Hummels, Per Mertesacker,
Philipp Lahm (84. Ilkay Gündogan) - Sami Khedira - Thomas Müller (71. Marco Reus),
Mesut Özil, Toni Kroos, André Schürrle -
Mario GÓMEZ García (77. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Mesut Özil (30.), 2:0 André Schürrle (33.), 3:0 Mario GÓMEZ García (48.) and
       3:1 Marouane Fellaini-Bakkioui (86.).
Referee: Svein Oddvar Moen (NOR). Attendance: 48.483.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

10 Matches: Philipp Lahm (5 - 5), Thomas Müller (5 - 5) and Manuel Neuer (5 - 5) -
9 Matches: Holger Badstuber (4 - 5), Mesut Özil (5 - 4) and Lukas Podolski (4 - 5) -
8 Matches: Sami Khedira (4 - 4) and Toni Kroos (4 - 4) -
7 Matches: Per Mertesacker (4 - 3) - 6 Matches: Mario GÓMEZ García (2 - 4) and
Miroslav Klose (4 - 2) - 5 Matches: CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto (3 - 2),
André Schürrle (2 - 3) and Bastian Schweinsteiger (3 - 2) -
4 Matches: Mario Götze (2 - 2), Benedikt Höwedes (2 - 2), Mats Hummels (2 - 2) and
Heiko Westermann (2 - 2) - 3 Matches: Dennis Aogo (1 - 2) and Marko Marin (2 - 1) -
2 Matches: Jérôme Boateng (1 - 1) and Marco Reus (1 - 1) -
1 Match: Arne Friedrich (0 - 1), Ilkay Gündogan (1 - 0), Lewis Holtby (0 - 1),
Marcell Jansen (0 - 1), Sascha Riether (1 - 0), Marcel Schmelzer (0 - 1) and
Christian Träsch (1 - 0).

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

9 Goals: Miroslav Klose (7 - 2) - 6 Goals: Mario GÓMEZ García (1 - 5) -
5 Goals: Mesut Özil (4 - 1) - 3 Goals: Thomas Müller (2 - 1), Lukas Podolski (2 - 1) and
André Schürrle (2 - 1) - 1 Goal: Holger Badstuber (1 - 0), Mario Götze (1 - 0),
Bastian Schweinsteiger (0 - 1) and Heiko Westermann (1 - 0).

Plus the Own goal from Resad Ferhad oglu Sadiqov (AZB - 1 - 0).


The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The Group B - The First Match:

9.6.2012, Lviv (UKR) - Arena Lviv.
Germany (GER) - Portugal (POR)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm -
Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (90. Lars Bender),
Mesut Özil (87. Toni Kroos), Lukas Podolski - Mario GÓMEZ García (80. Miroslav Klose) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 1:0 Mario GÓMEZ García (72.).
Referee: Stéphane Laurent Lannoy (FRA). Attendance: 32.990.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The Group B - The Second Match:

13.6.2012, Kharkiv (UKR) - Metalist Oblast Sports Complex.
Netherlands (HOL) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm -
Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (90. Lars Bender),
Mesut Özil (81. Toni Kroos), Lukas Podolski - Mario GÓMEZ García (72. Miroslav Klose) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Mario GÓMEZ García (24.), 0:2 Mario GÓMEZ García (38.) and
       1:2 Robin van Persie (73.).
Referee: Jonas Eriksson (SWE). Attendance: 37.750.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The Group B - The Third and Last Match:

17.6.2012, Lviv (UKR) - Arena Lviv.
Denmark (DEN) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (1:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Lars Bender, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm -
Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (84. Toni Kroos), Mesut Özil,
Lukas Podolski (64. André Schürrle) - Mario GÓMEZ García (74. Miroslav Klose) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Lukas Podolski (19.), 1:1 Michael Krohn-Dehli (24.) and 1:2 Lars Bender (80.).
Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo (ESP). Attendance: 32.990.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The Quarter-Final:

22.6.2012, Gdańsk (POL) - PGE Arena Gdańsk.
Germany (GER) - Greece (GER)  4:2 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm -
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Sami Khedira - Marco Reus (80. Mario Götze), Mesut Özil,
André Schürrle (67. Thomas Müller) - Miroslav Klose (80. Mario GÓMEZ García) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Philipp Lahm (39.), 1:1 Georgios Samaras (55.), 2:1 Sami Khedira (61.),
       3:1 Miroslav Klose (68.), 4:1 Marco Reus (74.) and 4:2 Dimitris Salpingidis (89., Penalty).
Referee: Damir Skomina (SLO). Attendance: 38.751.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

29.6.2012, Warszawa (POL) - Stadion Narodowy w Warszawie.
Germany (GER) - Italy (ITA)  1:2 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng (71. Thomas Müller), Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber,
Philipp Lahm - Bastian Schweinsteiger, Sami Khedira - Mesut Özil, Toni Kroos,
Lukas Podolski (46. Marco Reus) - Mario GÓMEZ García (46. Miroslav Klose) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Mario Barwuah Balotelli (20.), 0:2 Mario Barwuah Balotelli (36.) and
       1:2 Mesut Özil (90., Penalty).
Referee: Stéphane Laurent Lannoy (FRA). Attendance: 55.540.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

5 Matches: Holger Badstuber, Mario GÓMEZ García, Mats Hummels, Sami Khedira,
Miroslav Klose, Philipp Lahm, Thomas Müller, Manuel Neuer, Mesut Özil and
Bastian Schweinsteiger - 4 Matches: Jérôme Boateng, Toni Kroos and Lukas Podolski -
3 Matches: Lars Bender - 2 Matches: Marco Reus und André Schürrle - 1 Match: Mario Götze.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Mario GÓMEZ García - 1 Goal: Lars Bender, Sami Khedira, Miroslav Klose,
Philipp Lahm, Mesut Özil, Lukas Podolski and Marco Reus.

2014

 
The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The First Match:

7.9.2012, Hannover (GER) - AWD-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Faroe Islands (FAR)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber -
Sami Khedira - Thomas Müller (68. André Schürrle), Mario Götze (87. Julian Draxler),
Mesut Özil, Marco Reus - Miroslav Klose (75. Lukas Podolski) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Mario Götze (28.), 2:0 Mesut Özil (54.) and 3:0 Mesut Özil (71.).
Referee: Robert 'Bobby' Madden (SCO). Attendance: 32.769.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Second Match:

11.9.2012, Wien (AUT) - Ernst-Happel-Stadion.
Austria (GER) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber, Marcel Schmelzer -
Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil, Marco Reus (46. Mario Götze) -
Miroslav Klose (75. Lukas Podolski) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Marco Reus (44.), 0:2 Mesut Özil (52., Penalty) and 1:2 Zlatko Junuzović (57.).
Referee: Björn Kuipers (HOL). Attendance: 47.000.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Third Match:

12.10.2012, Dublin (IRL) - Aviva Stadium.
Republic of Ireland (IRL) - Germany (GER)  1:6 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Per Mertesacker, Holger Badstuber, Marcel Schmelzer -
Sami Khedira (46. Toni Kroos), Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil,
Marco Reus (66. Lukas Podolski) - Miroslav Klose (72. André Schürrle) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Marco Reus (32.), 0:2 Marco Reus (40.), 0:3 Mesut Özil (55., Penalty),
       0:4 Miroslav Klose (58.), 0:5 Toni Kroos (61.), 0:6 Toni Kroos (83.) and
       1:6 Andrew Declan 'Andy' Keogh (90.).
Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (ITA). Attendance: 40.000.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Fourth Match:

16.10.2012, Berlin (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - Sweden (SWE)  4:4 (3:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Per Mertesacker, Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm -
Toni Kroos, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (67. Mario Götze), Mesut Özil,
Marco Reus (88. Lukas Podolski) - Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (8.), 2:0 Miroslav Klose (15.), 3:0 Per Mertesacker (39.),
       4:0 Mesut Özil (55.), 4:1 Zlatan Ibrahimović (62.), 4:2 Carl Mikael Lustig (64.),
       4:3 Johan Erik Calvin Elmander (76.) and 4:4 Rasmus Cristoffer Elm (90.).
Referee: PEDRO PROENÇA Oliveira Alves Garcia (POR). Attendance: 72.369.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Fifth Match:

22.3.2013, Astana (KAZ) - Astana Arena.
Kazakhstan (KAZ) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Benedikt Höwedes, Marcel Schmelzer -
Sami Khedira (82. İlkay Gündoğan), Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (82. André Schürrle),
Mesut Özil, Julian Draxler (19. Lukas Podolski) - Mario Götze - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Müller (20.), 0:2 Mario Götze (22.) and 0:3 Thomas Müller (74.).
Referee: Anastassios Kakos (GRE). Attendance: 30.000.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Sixth Match:

26.3.2013, Nürnberg (GER) - Grundig Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Kazakhstan (KAZ)  4:1 (3:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Jérôme Boateng, Marcel Schmelzer -
Sami Khedira, İlkay Gündoğan - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil, Marco Reus (90. Marcell Jansen) -
Mario Götze - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Marco Reus (23.), 2:0 Mario Götze (27.), 3:0 İlkay Gündoğan (32.),
       3:1 Heinrich Schmidtgal (46.) and 4:1 Marco Reus (90.).
Referee: HALIS Özkahya (TUR). Attendance: 43.500.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Seventh Match:

6.9.2013, München (GER) - Allianz-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Austria (AUT)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Jérôme Boateng,
Marcel Schmelzer (46. Benedikt Höwedes) - Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller,
Mesut Özil, Marco Reus (90. Julian Draxler) - Miroslav Klose (82. Sven Bender) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (33.), 2:0 Toni Kroos (51.) and 3:0 Thomas Müller (88.).
Referee: Milorad Mažić (SRB). Attendance: 68.000.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Eighth Match:

10.9.2013, Tórshavn (FAR) - Tórsvøllur.
Faroe Islands (FAR) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Jérôme Boateng, Marcel Schmelzer -
Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller (84. Sidney Sam), Mesut Özil,
Julian Draxler (75. André Schürrle) - Miroslav Klose (79. Max Kruse) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Per Mertesacker (22.), 0:2 Mesut Özil (74., Penalty) and 0:3 Thomas Müller (84.).
Referee: Gediminas Mažeika (LIT). Attendance: 4.818.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Ninth Match:

11.10.2013, Köln (GER) - RheinEnergieStadion.
Germany (GER) - Republic of Ireland (IRL)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Jérôme Boateng, Marcell Jansen -
Sami Khedira (82. Max Kruse), Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (88. Sidney Sam),
Toni Kroos, André Schürrle (86. Mario Götze) - Mesut Özil - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Sami Khedira (12.), 2:0 André Schürrle (58.) and 3:0 Mesut Özil (90.).
Referee: Serge Gumienny (BEL). Attendance: 46.237.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Tenth and last Match:

15.10.2013, Solna (SWE) - Friends Arena.
Sweden (SWE) - Germany (GER)  3:5 (2:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Marcell Jansen -
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller (46. Mario Götze),
Mesut Özil (82. Julian Draxler), André Schürrle - Max Kruse (75. Benedikt Höwedes) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Tobias Hysén (6.), 2:0 Alexander Kačaniklić (42.), 2:1 Mesut Özil (45.),
       2:2 Mario Götze (53.), 2:3 André Schürrle (57.), 2:4 André Schürrle (66.),
       3:4 Tobias Hysén (69.) and 3:5 André Schürrle (76.).
Referee: William Collum (SCO). Attendance: 49.251.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

10 Matches: Thomas Müller (5 - 5), Manuel Neuer (5 - 5) and Mesut Özil (5 - 5) -
9 Matches: Philipp Lahm (5 - 4) - 8 Matches: Sami Khedira (4 - 4) and Per Mertesacker (5 - 3) -
7 Matches: Jérôme Boateng (4 - 3), Mario Götze (4 - 3) and Toni Kroos (3 - 4) -
6 Matches: Miroslav Klose (3 - 3), Marco Reus (4 - 2), Marcel Schmelzer (2 - 4) and
André Schürrle (4 - 2) - 5 Matches: Julian Draxler (2 - 3), Lukas Podolski (2 - 3) and
Bastian Schweinsteiger (2 - 3) - 4 Matches: Holger Badstuber (2 - 2) -
3 Matches: Benedikt Höwedes (1 - 2), Mats Hummel (1 - 2), Marcell Jansen (2 - 1) and
Max Kruse (1 - 2) - 2 Matches: İlkay Gündoğan (1 - 1) and Sidney Sam (1 - 1) -
1 Match: Sven Bender (1 - 0).

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

8 Goals: Mesut Özil (4 - 4) - 5 Goals: Marco Reus (2 - 3) - 4 Goals: Mario Götze (2 - 2),
Miroslav Klose (3 - 1), Thomas Müller (1 - 3) and André Schürrle (1 - 3) -
3 Goals: Toni Kroos (1 - 2) - 2 Goals: Per Mertesacker (1 - 1) -
1 Goal: İlkay Gündoğan (1 - 0) and Sami Khedira (1 - 0).


The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) -
The Match Details:

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Group G - The First Match:

16.6.2014, Salvador (BRA) - Arena Fonte Nova.
Germany (GER) - Portugal (POR)  4:0 (3:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Per Mertesacker, Mats Hummels (73. Shkodran Mustafi),
Benedikt Höwedes - Philipp Lahm - Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Mesut Özil (63. André Schürrle),
Mario Götze - Thomas Müller (82. Lukas Podolski) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Thomas Müller (12., Penalty), 2:0 Mats Hummels (32.), 3:0 Thomas Müller (45.) and
       4:0 Thomas Müller (78.).
Referee: Milorad Mažić (SRB). Attendance: 51.081.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Group G - The Second Match:

21.6.2014, Fortaleza (BRA) - Estádio Governador Plácido Castelo.
Germany (GER) - Ghana (GHA)  2:2 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng (46. Shkodran Mustafi), Per Mertesacker, Mats Hummels,
Benedikt Höwedes - Philipp Lahm - Sami Khedira (69. Bastian Schweinsteiger), Toni Kroos -
Mesut Özil, Mario Götze (69. Miroslav Klose) - Thomas Müller - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Mario Götze (51.), 1:1 André Morgan Rami Ayew (54.), 1:2 Asamoah Gyan (63.) and
       2:2 Miroslav Klose (71.).
Referee: Sandro Meira Ricci (BRA). Attendance: 59.621.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Group G - The Third and Last Match:

26.6.2014, Recife (BRA) - Arena Pernambuco.
United States (USA) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Per Mertesacker, Mats Hummels, Benedikt Höwedes -
Philipp Lahm - Bastian Schweinsteiger (76. Mario Götze), Toni Kroos -
Mesut Özil (89. André Schürrle), Lukas Podolski (46. Miroslav Klose) - Thomas Müller -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Thomas Müller (55.).
Referee: Ravshan Sayfiddinovich Irmatov (UZB). Attendance: 41.876.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Second Round:

30.6.2014, Porto Alegre (BRA) - Estádio José Pinheiro Borda.
Germany (GER) - Algeria (ALG)  2:1 (0:0, 0:0) after extra-time.
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Shkodran Mustafi (70. Sami Khedira), Per Mertesacker, Jérôme Boateng,
Benedikt Höwedes - Philipp Lahm - Bastian Schweinsteiger (109. Christoph Kramer),
Toni Kroos - Mesut Özil, Mario Götze (46. André Schürrle) - Thomas Müller - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 André Schürrle (92.), 2:0 Mesut Özil (119.) and 2:1 Abdelmoumene Djabou (120.).
Referee: Sandro Meira Ricci (BRA). Attendance: 43.063.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Quarter-Final:

4.7.2014, Rio de Janeiro (BRA) - Estádio Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho (Maracanã).
France (FRA) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Benedikt Höwedes -
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos (90. Christoph Kramer) -
Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil (83. Mario Götze) - Miroslav Klose (69. André Schürrle) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Mats Hummels (12.).
Referee: Néstor Fabián Pitana (ARG). Attendance: 74.240.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

8.7.2014, Belo Horizonte (BRA) - Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto (Mineirão).
Brazil (BRA) - Germany (GER)  1:7 (0:5).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels (46. Per Mertesacker),
Benedikt Höwedes - Bastian Schweinsteiger - Sami Khedira (76. Julian Draxler), Toni Kroos -
Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil - Miroslav Klose (58. André Schürrle) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Müller (11.), 0:2 Miroslav Klose (23.), 0:3 Toni Kroos (24.),
       0:4 Toni Kroos (26.), 0:5 Sami Khedira (29.), 0:6 André Schürrle (69.),
       0:7 André Schürrle (79.) and 1:7 OSCAR dos Santos Emboaba Júnior (90.).
Referee: Marco Antonio Rodríguez Moreno (MEX). Attendance: 58.141.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Final:

13.7.2014, Rio de Janeiro (BRA) - Estádio Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho (Maracanã).
Germany (GER) - Argentinia (ARG)  1:0 (0:0, 0:0) after extra-time.
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Benedikt Höwedes -
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Christoph Kramer (32. André Schürrle), Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller,
Mesut Özil (120. Per Mertesacker) - Miroslav Klose (88. Mario Götze) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 1:0 Mario Götze (113).
Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (ITA). Attendance: 74.738.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Jérôme Boateng, Benedikt Höwedes, Toni Kroos, Philipp Lahm, Thomas Müller,
Manuel Neuer and Mesut Özil - 6 Matches: Mario Götze, Mats Hummels, Per Mertesacker,
André Schürrle and Bastian Schweinsteiger - 5 Matches: Sami Khedira and Miroslav Klose -
3 Matches: Christoph Kramer and Shkodran Mustafi - 2 Matches: Lukas Podolski -
1 Match: Julian Draxler.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Thomas Müller - 3 Goals: André Schürrle - 2 Goals: Mario Götze, Mats Hummels,
Miroslav Klose and Toni Kroos - 1 Goal: Sami Khedira and Mesut Özil.

2016

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group D - The First Match:

7.9.2014, Dortmund (GER) - SIGNAL IDUNA PARK.
Germany (GER) - Scotland (SCO)  2:1 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Sebastian Rudy, Jérôme Boateng, Benedikt Höwedes, Erik Durm -
Christoph Kramer, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, Marco Reus (90. Matthias Ginter),
André Schürrle (83. Lukas Podolski) - Mario Götze - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Thomas Müller (18.), 1:1 Ikechi Anya (66.) and 2:1 Thomas Müller (70.).
Referee: Svein Oddvar Moen (NOR). Attendance: 60.209.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group D - The Second Match:

11.10.2014, Warszawa (POL) - Stadion Narodowy w Warszawie.
Poland (POL) - Germany (GER)  2:0 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Antonio Rüdiger (83. Max Kruse), Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels,
Erik Durm - Christoph Kramer (71. Julian Draxler), Toni Kroos - Karim Bellarabi,
Mario Götze, André Schürrle (77. Lukas Podolski) - Thomas Müller - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Arkadiusz Milik (51.) and 2:0 Sebastian Mila (88.).
Referee: PEDRO PROENÇA Oliveira Alves Garcia (POR). Attendance: 56.934.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group D - The Third Match:

14.10.2014, Gelsenkirchen (GER) - VELTINS-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Republic of Ireland (IRL)  1:1 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Antonio Rüdiger, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Erik Durm -
Matthias Ginter (46. Lukas Podolski), Toni Kroos - Karim Bellarabi (86. Sebastian Rudy),
Mario Götze, Julian Draxler (70. Max Kruse) - Thomas Müller - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Toni Kroos (71.) and 1:1 John Francis O'Shea (90.).
Referee: Damir Skomina (SLO). Attendance: 51.204.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group D - The Fourth Match:

14.11.2014, Nürnberg (GER) - Grundig Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Gibraltar (GIB)  4:0 (3:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Shkodran Mustafi, Jérôme Boateng, Erik Durm (72. Jonas Hector) -
Toni Kroos (79. Lars Bender) - Sami Khedira (60. Kevin Volland), Mario Götze -
Karim Bellarabi, Lukas Podolski - Thomas Müller, Max Kruse - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Thomas Müller (12.), 2:0 Thomas Müller (29.), 3:0 Mario Götze (38.) and
       4:0 Yogan Santos (67., Own goal).
Referee: Alexandru Dan Tudor (ROM). Attendance: 44.308.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group D - The Fifth Match:

29.3.2015, Tbilisi (GEO) - Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena.
Georgia (GEO) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Sebastian Rudy, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector -
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller (86. André Schürrle), Mesut Özil,
Marco Reus - Mario Götze (87. Lukas Podolski) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Marco Reus (39.) and 0:2 Thomas Müller (44.).
Referee: Clément Turpin (FRA). Attendance: 54.549.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group D - The Sixth Match:

13.6.2015, Faro/Loulé (POR) - Estádio Algarve.
Gibraltar (GIB) - Germany (GER)  0:7 (0:1).
Germany: Roman Weidenfeller - Sebastian Rudy, Jérôme Boateng, Jonas Hector -
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Patrick Herrmann (56. Lukas Podolski), Mesut Özil,
İlkay Gündoğan (67. Sami Khedira), Karim Bellarabi - Mario Götze (36. Max Kruse),
André Schürrle - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 André Schürrle (28.), 0:2 Max Kruse (47.), 0:3 İlkay Gündoğan (51.),
       0:4 Karim Bellarabi (57.), 0:5 André Schürrle (65.), 0:6 André Schürrle (71.) and
       0:7 Max Kruse (81.).
Referee: Clayton Pisani (MLT). Attendance: 7.464.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group D - The Seventh Match:

4.9.2015, Frankfurt am Main (GER) - Commerzbank-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Poland (POL)  3:1 (2:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Emre Can, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector -
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil,
Karim Bellarabi (53. İlkay Gündoğan) - Mario Götze (90. Lukas Podolski) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Thomas Müller (12.), 2:0 Mario Götze (19.), 2:1 Robert Lewandowski (36.) and
       3:1 Mario Götze (82.).
Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (ITA). Attendance: 48.500.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group D - The Eighth Match:

7.9.2015, Glasgow (SCO) - Hampden Park.
Scotland (SCO) - Germany (GER)  2:3 (2:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Emre Can, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector -
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, İlkay Gündoğan,
Mesut Özil (90. Christoph Kramer) - Mario Götze (86. André Schürrle) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Müller (18.), 1:1 Mats Hummels (28., Own goal), 1:2 Thomas Müller (34.),
       2:2 James McArthur (43.) and 2:3 İlkay Gündoğan (54.).
Referee: Björn Kuipers (HOL). Attendance: 50.735.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group D - The Ninth Match:

8.10.2015, Dublin (IRL) - Aviva Stadium.
Republic of Ireland (IRL) - Germany (GER)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter (77. Karim Bellarabi), Jérôme Boateng,
Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector - İlkay Gündoğan (84. Kevin Volland), Toni Kroos - Mesut Özil,
Marco Reus - Thomas Müller - Mario Götze (35. André Schürrle) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 1:0 Shane Patrick Long (70.).
Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo (ESP). Attendance: 50.604.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group D - The Tenth and Last Match:

11.10.2015, Leipzig (GER) - Red Bull Arena.
Germany (GER) - Georgia (GEO)  2:1 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector -
İlkay Gündoğan, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil, Marco Reus (90. Karim Bellarabi) -
André Schürrle (76. Max Kruse) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Thomas Müller (50., Penalty), 1:1 Jaba Kankava (53.) and 2:1 Max Kruse (79.).
Referee: Pavel Královec (CZE). Attendance: 43.630.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

10 Matches: Jérôme Boateng (5 - 5) - 9 Matches: Mario Götze (4 - 5), Toni Kroos (5 - 4),
Thomas Müller (5 - 4) and Manuel Neuer (5 - 4) - 7 Matches: Karim Bellarabi (4 - 3),
Jonas Hector (3 - 4), Mats Hummels (3 - 4), Lukas Podolski (4 - 3) and André Schürrle (2 - 5) -
6 Matches: Mesut Özil (2 - 4) - 5 Matches: İlkay Gündoğan (2 - 3) and Max Kruse (3 - 2) -
4 Matches: Erik Durm (3 - 1), Matthias Ginter (3 - 1), Marco Reus (2 - 2),
Sebastian Rudy (2 - 2) and Bastian Schweinsteiger (1 - 3) - 3 Matches: Christoph Kramer (1 - 2) -
2 Matches: Emre Can (1 - 1), Julian Draxler (1 - 1), Sami Khedira (1 - 1),
Antonio Rüdiger (1 - 1) and Kevin Volland (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Lars Bender (1 - 0),
Patrick Herrmann (0 - 1), Benedikt Höwedes (1 - 0), Shkodran Mustafi (1 - 0) and
Roman Weidenfeller (0 - 1).

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

9 Goals: Thomas Müller (6 - 3) - 3 Goals: Mario Götze (3 - 0), Max Kruse (1 - 2) and
André Schürrle (0 - 3) - 2 Goals: İlkay Gündoğan (0 - 2) - 1 Goal: Karim Bellarabi (0 - 1),
Toni Kroos (1 - 0) and Marco Reus (0 - 1).

Plus the Own goal from Yogan Santos (GIB - 1 - 0).


The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group B - The First Match:

12.6.2016, Lille (FRA) - Stade Pierre-Mauroy.
Germany (GER) - Ukraine (UKR)  2:0 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Benedikt Höwedes, Jérôme Boateng, Shkodran Mustafi,
Jonas Hector - Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil,
Julian Draxler (78. André Schürrle) - Mario Götze (90. Bastian Schweinsteiger) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Shkodran Mustafi (19.) and 2:0 Bastian Schweinsteiger (90.).
Referee: Martin Atkinson (ENG). Attendance: 43.035.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group B - The Second Match:

16.6.2016, Saint-Denis (FRA) - Stade de France.
Germany (GER) - Poland (POL)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Benedikt Höwedes, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector -
Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil, Julian Draxler (71. Mario GÓMEZ García) -
Mario Götze (66. André Schürrle) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: None.
Referee: Björn Kuipers (HOL). Attendance: 73.648.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group B - The Third and Last Match:

21.6.2016, Paris (FRA) - Parc des Princes.
Northern Ireland (NIR) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Joshua Kimmich, Jérôme Boateng (76. Benedikt Höwedes),
Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector - Sami Khedira (69. Bastian Schweinsteiger), Toni Kroos -
Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil, Mario Götze (55. André Schürrle) - Mario GÓMEZ García -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Mario GÓMEZ García (30.).
Referee: Clément Turpin (FRA). Attendance: 44.125.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Round of 16:

26.6.2016, Lille (FRA) - Stade Pierre-Mauroy.
Germany (GER) - Slovakia (SVK)  3:0 (2:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Joshua Kimmich, Jérôme Boateng (72. Benedikt Höwedes),
Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector - Sami Khedira (76. Bastian Schweinsteiger), Toni Kroos -
Mesut Özil, Thomas Müller, Julian Draxler (72. Lukas Podolski) - Mario GÓMEZ García -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Jérôme Boateng (8.), 2:0 Mario GÓMEZ García (43.) and 3:0 Julian Draxler (63.).
Referee: Szymon Marciniak (POL). Attendance: 44.312.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Quarter-Final:

2.7.2016, Bordeaux (FRA) - Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux.
Germany (GER) - Italy (ITA)  1:1 (1:1, 0:0) after extra-time. Penalty Shoot-out: 6:5.
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Benedikt Höwedes, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels - Joshua Kimmich,
Jonas Hector - Sami Khedira (16. Bastian Schweinsteiger), Toni Kroos - Mesut Özil,
Thomas Müller - Mario GÓMEZ García (72. Julian Draxler) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Mesut Özil (65.) and 1:1 Leonardo Bonucci (78., Penalty).
Penalty Shoot-out: 0:1 Lorenzo Insigne, 1:1 Toni Kroos, 1:1 Simone Zaza (missed),
                   1:1 Thomas Müller (saved), 1:2 Andrea Barzagli, 1:2 Mesut Özil (missed),
                   1:2 Graziano Pellè (missed), 2:2 Julian Draxler, 2:2 Leonardo Bonucci (saved),
                   2:2 Bastian Schweinsteiger (missed), 2:3 Emanuele Giaccherini,
                   3:3 Mats Hummels, 3:4 Marco Parolo, 4:4 Joshua Kimmich,
                   4:5 Mattia De Sciglio, 5:5 Jérôme Boateng, 5:5 Matteo Darmian (saved) and
                   6:5 Jonas Hector.
Referee: Viktor Kassai (HUN). Attendance: 38.764.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Semi-Final:

7.7.2016, Marseille (FRA) - Stade Vélodrome.
Germany (GER) - France (FRA)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Joshua Kimmich, Jérôme Boateng (61. Shkodran Mustafi),
Benedikt Höwedes, Jonas Hector - Bastian Schweinsteiger (79. Leroy Sané) -
Emre Can (67. Mario Götze), Toni Kroos - Mesut Özil, Julian Draxler - Thomas Müller -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Antoine Griezmann (45., Penalty) and 0:2 Antoine Griezmann (72.).
Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (ITA). Attendance: 64.078.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

6 Matches: Jérôme Boateng, Jonas Hector, Benedikt Höwedes, Toni Kroos, Thomas Müller,
Manuel Neuer and Mesut Özil -5 Matches: Julian Draxler, Sami Khedira and
Bastian Schweinsteiger - 4 Matches: Mario GÓMEZ García, Mario Götze, Mats Hummels and
Joshua Kimmich - 3 Matches: André Schürrle - 2 Matches: Shkodran Mustafi -
1 Match: Emre Can, Lukas Podolski and Leroy Sané.

The XIII. UEFA European Championship 2016 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

2 Goals: Mario GÓMEZ García - 1 Goal: Jérôme Boateng, Julian Draxler, Shkodran Mustafi,
Mesut Özil and Bastian Schweinsteiger.

2017

The X. FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 in Russia (RUS) - The German National Team (GER) -
The Match Details:

The X. FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 in Russia (RUS) - The Group B - The First Match:

19.6.2017, Sochi (RUS) - Fisht Olympic Stadium.
Australia (AUS) - Germany (GER)  2:3 (1:2).
Germany: Bernd Leno - Joshua Kimmich, Shkodran Mustafi, Antonio Rüdiger, Jonas Hector -
Sebastian Rudy - Julian Brandt (63. Niklas Süle), Leon Goretzka, Julian Draxler -
Lars Stindl (78. Emre Can), Sandro Wagner (57. Timo Werner) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Lars Stindl (5.), 1:1 Tomas Petar 'Tom' Rogić (41.), 1:2 Julian Draxler (44., Penalty),
       1:3 Leon Goretzka (48.) and 2:3 Tomislav 'Tomi' Jurić (56.).
Referee: Mark Geiger (USA). Attendance: 28.605.

The X. FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 in Russia (RUS) - The Group B - The Second Match:

22.6.2017, Kazan (RUS) - Kazan Arena.
Germany (GER) - Chile (CHI)  1:1 (1:1).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Matthias Ginter, Shkodran Mustafi, Niklas Süle -
Joshua Kimmich, Sebastian Rudy, Emre Can, Jonas Hector - Leon Goretzka, Julian Draxler -
Lars Stindl - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 ALEXIS Alejandro SÁNCHEZ Sánchez (6.) and 1:1 Lars Stindl (41.).
Referee: Alireza Faghani (IRN). Attendance: 38.222.

The X. FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 in Russia (RUS) - The Group B - The Third and Last Match:

25.6.2017, Sochi (RUS) - Fisht Olympic Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Cameroon (CMR)  3:1 (0:0).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Matthias Ginter, Niklas Süle, Antonio Rüdiger -
Joshua Kimmich, Sebastian Rudy (74. Benjamin Henrichs), Emre Can, Marvin Plattenhardt -
Kerem Demirbay (77. Julian Brandt), Julian Draxler (80. Amin Younes) - Timo Werner -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Kerem Demirbay (48.), 2:0 Timo Werner (66.), 2:1 Vincent Paté Aboubakar (78.) and
       3:1 Timo Werner (81.).
Referee: Wilmar Alexander Roldán Pérez (COL). Attendance: 30.230.

The X. FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 in Russia (RUS) - The Semi-Final:

29.6.2017, Sochi (RUS) - Fisht Olympic Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Mexico (MEX)  4:1 (2:0).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Joshua Kimmich, Antonio Rüdiger, Matthias Ginter -
Benjamin Henrichs, Leon Goretzka (67. Emre Can), Sebastian Rudy, Jonas Hector -
Lars Stindl (79. Julian Brandt), Julian Draxler (81. Amin Younes) - Timo Werner -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Leon Goretzka (6.), 2:0 Leon Goretzka (8.), 3:0 Timo Werner (59.),
       3:1 MARCO Jhonfai FABIÁN de la Mora (89.) and 4:1 Amin Younes (90.).
Referee: Néstor Fabián Pitana (ARG). Attendance: 37.923.

The X. FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 in Russia (RUS) - The Final:

2.7.2017, Sankt-Peterburg (RUS) - Stadion Sankt-Peterburg.
Chile (CHI) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Matthias Ginter, Shkodran Mustafi, Antonio Rüdiger -
Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka (90. Niklas Süle), Sebastian Rudy, Jonas Hector -
Lars Stindl, Julian Draxler - Timo Werner (79. Emre Can) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Lars Stindl (20.).
Referee: Milorad Mažić (SRB). Attendance: 57.268.

The X. FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 in Russia (RUS) - The German National Team (GER) -
The Appearances:

5 Matches: Emre Can, Julian Draxler, Joshua Kimmich and Sebastian Rudy -
4 Matches: Matthias Ginter, Leon Goretzka, Jonas Hector, Antonio Rüdiger,
Lars Stindl, Niklas Süle, Marc-André ter Stegen and Timo Werner -
3 Matches: Julian Brandt and Shkodran Mustafi - 2 Matches: Benjamin Henrichs and
Amin Younes - 1 Match: Kerem Demirbay, Bernd Leno, Marvin Plattenhardt and Sandro Wagner.

The X. FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 in Russia (RUS) - The German National Team (GER) -
The Scorers:

3 Goals: Leon Goretzka, Lars Stindl and Timo Werner - 1 Goal: Kerem Demirbay,
Julian Draxler and Amin Younes.

2018

 
The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The First Match:

4.9.2016, Oslo (NOR) - Ullevaal Stadion.
Norway (NOR) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Joshua Kimmich, Benedikt Höwedes, Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector -
Sami Khedira (84. Julian Weigl), Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil,
Julian Draxler (85. Max Meyer) - Mario Götze (73. Julian Brandt) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Müller (15.), 0:2 Joshua Kimmich (45.) and 0:3 Thomas Müller (60.).
Referee: William 'Willie' Collum (SCO). Attendance: 26.793.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Second Match:

8.10.2016, Hamburg (GER) - Volksparkstadion.
Germany (GER) - Czech Republic (CZE)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Joshua Kimmich, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels,
Jonas Hector (68. Benedikt Höwedes) - Toni Kroos (76. İlkay Gündoğan),
Sami Khedira - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil, Julian Draxler (80. Julian Brandt) -
Mario Götze - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Thomas Müller (13.), 2:0 Toni Kroos (49.) and 3:0 Thomas Müller (65.).
Referee: Ovidiu Alin Haţegan (ROM). Attendance: 51.299.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Third Match:

11.10.2016, Hannover (GER) - HDI-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Northern Ireland (NIR)  2:0 (2:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Joshua Kimmich, Jérôme Boateng (69. Shkodran Mustafi),
Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector (81. Kevin Volland) - Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos -
Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil (46. İlkay Gündoğan), Julian Draxler - Mario Götze -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Julian Draxler (13.) and 2:0 Sami Khedira (17.).
Referee: Paolo Tagliavento (ITA). Attendance: 42.132.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Fourth Match:

11.11.2016, Serravalle (SMR) - San Marino Stadium.
San Marino (SMR) - Germany (GER)  0:8 (0:3).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Benjamin Henrichs, Joshua Kimmich, Mats Hummels,
Jonas Hector - Sami Khedira (77. Leon Goretzka), İlkay Gündoğan - Thomas Müller,
Mario Götze (71. Max Meyer), Serge David Gnabry - Mario GÓMEZ García (71. Kevin Volland) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Sami Khedira (7.), 0:2 Serge David Gnabry (9.), 0:3 Jonas Hector (32.),
       0:4 Serge David Gnabry (58.), 0:5 Jonas Hector (65.), 0:6 Serge David Gnabry (76.),
       0:7 Mattia Stefanelli (82., Own goal) and 0:8 Kevin Volland (85.).
Referee: Artyom Kuchin (KAZ). Attendance: 3.851.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Fifth Match:

26.3.2017, Bakı (AZB) - Tofik Bakhramov Stadium.
Azerbaijan (AZB) - Germany (GER)  1:4 (1:3).
Germany: Bernd Leno - Joshua Kimmich, Benedikt Höwedes, Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector -
Toni Kroos (89. Sebastian Rudy), Sami Khedira - Thomas Müller,
Julian Draxler (84. Leroy Aziz Sané), André Schürrle - Mario GÓMEZ García (61. Mesut Özil) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 André Schürrle (19.), 1:1 Dimitri Valentin oğlu Nəzərov (31.), 1:2 Thomas Müller (36.),
       1:3 Mario GÓMEZ García (45.) and 1:4 André Schürrle (81.).
Referee: Daniele Orsato (ITA). Attendance: 31.000.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Sixth Match:

10.6.2017, Nürnberg (GER) - Stadion Nürnberg.
Germany (GER) - San Marino (SMR)  7:0 (4:0).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Joshua Kimmich, Shkodran Mustafi,
Jonas Hector (55. Marvin Plattenhardt) - Emre Can - Leon Goretzka,
Julian Draxler (76. Diego Demme) - Julian Brandt, Amin Younes -
Lars Stindl (55. Timo Werner) - Sandro Wagner - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Julian Draxler (11.), 2:0 Sandro Wagner (16.), 3:0 Sandro Wagner (29.),
       4:0 Amin Younes (38.), 5:0 Shkodran Mustafi (47.), 6:0 Julian Brandt (72.) and
       7:0 Sandro Wagner (85.).
Referee: Radu Marian Petrescu (ROM). Attendance: 32.467.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Seventh Match:

1.9.2017, Praha (CZE) - EDEN ARÉNA.
Czech Republic (CZE) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (0:1).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Joshua Kimmich, Mats Hummels, Matthias Ginter -
Julian Brandt (61. Antonio Rüdiger), Toni Kroos, Jonas Hector - Thomas Müller,
Mesut Özil - Lars Stindl (67. Julian Draxler), Timo Werner (79. Emre Can) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Timo Werner (4.), 1:1 Vladimír Darida (78.) and 1:2 Mats Hummels (88.).
Referee: Sergei Gennadyevich Karasev (RUS). Attendance: 18.093.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Eighth Match:

4.9.2017, Stuttgart (GER) - Mercedes-Benz Arena.
Germany (GER) - Norway (NOR)  6:0 (4:0).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Joshua Kimmich, Antonio Rüdiger, Mats Hummels,
Jonas Hector - Sebastian Rudy (61. Sami Khedira), Toni Kroos -
Thomas Müller (46. Leon Goretzka), Mesut Özil, Julian Draxler -
Timo Werner (66. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Mesut Özil (10.), 2:0 Julian Draxler (17.), 3:0 Timo Werner (21.),
       4:0 Timo Werner (40.), 5:0 Leon Goretzka (50.) and 6:0 Mario GÓMEZ García (79.).
Referee: Gediminas Mažeika (LIT). Attendance: 53.814.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Ninth Match:

5.10.2017, Belfast (NIR) - Windsor Park.
Northern Ireland (NIR) - Germany (GER)  1:3 (0:2).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Joshua Kimmich, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels,
Marvin Plattenhardt - Sebastian Rudy, Toni Kroos - Julian Draxler (72. Leroy Aziz Sané),
Thomas Müller (83. Lars Stindl), Leon Goretzka (66. Emre Can) - Sandro Wagner -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Sebastian Rudy (2.), 0:2 Sandro Wagner (21.), 0:3 Joshua Kimmich (86.) and
       1:3 Joshua Brendan David 'Josh' Magennis (90.).
Referee: Danny Desmond Makkelie (HOL). Attendance: 18.104.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Tenth and Last Match:

8.10.2017, Kaiserslautern (GER) - Fritz-Walter-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Azerbaijan (AZB)  5:1 (1:1).
Germany: Bernd Leno - Joshua Kimmich, Shkodran Mustafi (36. Matthias Ginter),
Niklas Süle (22. Antonio Rüdiger) - Emre Can - Julian Brandt,
Thomas Müller (70. Amin Younes), Leon Goretzka, Leroy Aziz Sané - Sandro Wagner,
Lars Stindl - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Leon Goretzka (8.), 1:1 Ramil Teymur oğlu Şeydayev (34.), 2:1 Sandro Wagner (54.),
       3:1 Antonio Rüdiger (64.), 4:1 Leon Goretzka (66.) and 5:1 Emre Can (81.).
Referee: Andris Treimanis (LAT). Attendance: 37.613.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

10 Matches: Joshua Kimmich (5 - 5) - 9 Matches: Thomas Müller (4 - 5) -
8 Matches: Julian Draxler (4 - 4), Jonas Hector (4 - 4) and Mats Hummels (3 - 5) -
7 Matches: Toni Kroos (3 - 4) - 6 Matches: Sami Khedira (3 - 3) and Mesut Özil (3 - 3) -
5 Matches: Julian Brandt (3 - 2), Leon Goretzka (3 - 2) and Marc-André ter Stegen (2 - 3) -
4 Matches: Emre Can (2 - 2), Mario Götze (2 - 2) and Lars Stindl (2 - 2) -
3 Matches: Jérôme Boateng (2 - 1), Mario GÓMEZ García (1 - 2), İlkay Gündoğan (2 - 1),
Benedikt Höwedes (1 - 2), Shkodran Mustafi (3 - 0), Manuel Neuer (2 - 1),
Antonio Rüdiger (2 - 1), Sebastian Rudy (1 - 2), Leroy Aziz Sané (1 - 2),
Sandro Wagner (2 - 1) and Timo Werner (2 - 1) - 2 Matches: Matthias Ginter (1 - 1),
Bernd Leno (1 - 1), Max Meyer (0 - 2), Marvin Plattenhardt (1 - 1), Kevin Volland (1 - 1) and
Amin Younes (2 - 0) - 1 Match: Diego Demme (1 - 0), Serge David Gnabry (0 - 1),
Benjamin Henrichs (0 - 1), André Schürrle (0 - 1), Niklas Süle (1 - 0) and Julian Weigl (0 - 1).

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Thomas Müller (2 - 3) and Sandro Wagner (4 - 1) - 3 Goals: Julian Draxler (3 - 0),
Serge David Gnabry (0 - 3), Leon Goretzka (3 - 0) and Timo Werner (2 - 1) -
2 Goals: Mario GÓMEZ García (1 - 1), Jonas Hector (0 - 2), Sami Khedira (1 - 1),
Joshua Kimmich (0 - 2) and André Schürrle (0 - 2) - 1 Goal: Julian Brandt (1 - 0),
Emre Can (1 - 0), Mats Hummels (0 - 1), Toni Kroos (1 - 0), Shkodran Mustafi (1 - 0),
Mesut Özil (1 - 0), Antonio Rüdiger (1 - 0), Sebastian Rudy (0 - 1),
Kevin Volland (0 - 1) and Amin Younes (1 - 0).

Plus the Own goal from Mattia Stefanelli (SMR - 0 - 1).


The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The Final Tournament - The Group F -
The First Match:

17.6.2018, Moskva (RUS) - Luzhniki Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Mexico (MEX)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Joshua Kimmich, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels,
Marvin Plattenhardt (79. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Sami Khedira (60. Marco Reus),
Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil, Julian Draxler -
Timo Werner (86. Julian Brandt) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Hirving Rodrigo LOZANO Bahena (35.).
Referee: Alireza Faghani (IRN). Attendance: 78.011.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The Final Tournament - The Group F -
The Second Match:

23.6.2018, Sochi (RUS) - Fisht Olympic Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Sweden (SWE)  2:1 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Joshua Kimmich, Jérôme Boateng (Second Yellow Card - 82.),
Antonio Rüdiger, Jonas Hector (87. Julian Brandt) - Sebastian Rudy (31. İlkay Gündoğan),
Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, Marco Reus, Julian Draxler (46. Mario GÓMEZ García) -
Timo Werner - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Nils Ola Toivonen (32.), 1:1 Marco Reus (48.) and 2:1 Toni Kroos (90.).
Referee: Szymon Marciniak (POL). Attendance: 44.287.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The Final Tournament - The Group F -
The Third and Last Match:

27.6.2018, Kazan (RUS) - Kazan Arena.
South Korea (KOR) - Germany (GER)  2:0 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Joshua Kimmich, Niklas Süle, Mats Hummels,
Jonas Hector (78. Julian Brandt) - Sami Khedira (58. Mario GÓMEZ García),
Toni Kroos - Leon Goretzka (63. Thomas Müller), Mesut Özil, Marco Reus -
Timo Werner - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Kim Young-gwon (90.) and 2:0 Son Heung-min (90.).
Referee: Mark William Geiger (USA). Attendance: 41.385.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

3 Matches: Julian Brandt, Mario GÓMEZ García, Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos, Thomas Müller,
Manuel Neuer, Marco Reus and Timo Werner - 2 Matches: Jérôme Boateng, Julian Draxler,
Jonas Hector, Mats Hummels, Sami Khedira and Mesut Özil - 1 Match: Leon Goretzka,
İlkay Gündoğan, Marvin Plattenhardt, Antonio Rüdiger, Sebastian Rudy and Niklas Süle.

The XXI. FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (RUS) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

1 Goal: Toni Kroos and Marco Reus.

2019

The I. UEFA Nations League 2019 - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The I. UEFA Nations League 2019 - The League A - The Group 1 - The First Match:

6.9.2018, München (GER) - Allianz Arena.
Germany (GER) - France (FRA)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels,
Antonio Rüdiger - Joshua Kimmich - Leon Goretzka (66. İlkay Gündoğan),
Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, Timo Werner - Marco Reus (83. Leroy Aziz Sané) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: None.
Referee: Daniele Orsato (ITA). Attendance: 67.485.

The I. UEFA Nations League 2019 - The League A - The Group 1 - The Second Match:

13.10.2018, Amsterdam (HOL) - Johan Cruijff ArenA.
Netherlands (HOL) - Germany (GER)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector -
Joshua Kimmich - Emre Can (57. Julian Draxler), Toni Kroos -
Thomas Müller (57. Leroy Aziz Sané), Timo Werner -
Mark-Alexander Uth (68. Julian Brandt) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Virgil van Dijk (30.), 2:0 Memphis Depay (87.) and
       3:0 Georginio Gregion Emile Wijnaldum (90.).
Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (TUR). Attendance: 52.536.

The I. UEFA Nations League 2019 - The League A - The Group 1 - The Third Match:

16.10.2018, Saint-Denis (FRA) - Stade de France.
France (FRA) - Germany (GER)  2:1 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter (83. Julian Brandt), Niklas Süle,
Mats Hummels - Thilo Kehrer, Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos, Nico Schulz - Timo Werner,
Serge David Gnabry (88. Thomas Müller), Leroy Aziz Sané (75. Julian Draxler) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Toni Kroos (14., Penalty), 1:1 Antoine Griezmann (62.) and
       2:1 Antoine Griezmann (80., Penalty).
Referee: Milorad Mažić (SRB). Attendance: 75.000.

The I. UEFA Nations League 2019 - The League A - The Group 1 - The Fourth and Last Match:

19.11.2018, Gelsenkirchen (GER) - VELTINS-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Netherlands (HOL)  2:2 (2:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Niklas Süle, Mats Hummels, Antonio Rüdiger - Thilo Kehrer,
Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos, Nico Schulz - Timo Werner (63. Marco Reus),
Serge David Gnabry (66. Thomas Müller), Leroy Aziz Sané (80. Leon Goretzka) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Timo Werner (9.), 2:0 Leroy Aziz Sané (20.),
       2:1 Quincy Anton Promes (85.) and 2:2 Virgil van Dijk (90.).
Referee: Ovidiu Alin Hațegan (ROM). Attendance: 42.186.

The I. UEFA Nations League 2019 - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

4 Matches: Mats Hummels (2 - 2), Joshua Kimmich (2 - 2), Toni Kroos (2 - 2),
Thomas Müller (2 - 2), Manuel Neuer (2 - 2), Leroy Aziz Sané (2 - 2) and
Timo Werner (2 - 2) - 3 Matches: Matthias Ginter (1 - 2) - 2 Matches: Jérôme Boateng (1 - 1),
Julian Brandt (0 - 2), Julian Draxler (0 - 2), Serge David Gnabry (1 - 1),
Leon Goretzka (2 - 0), Thilo Kehrer (1 - 1), Marco Reus (2 - 0), Antonio Rüdiger (2 - 0),
Nico Schulz (1 - 1) and Niklas Süle (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Emre Can (0 - 1),
İlkay Gündoğan (1 - 0), Jonas Hector (0 - 1) and Mark-Alexander Uth (0 - 1).

The I. UEFA Nations League 2019 - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

1 Goal: Toni Kroos (0 - 1), Leroy Aziz Sané (1 - 0) and Timo Werner (1 - 0).

2021

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Qualifying Tournament - The Group C -
The First Match:

24.3.2019, Amsterdam (HOL) - Johan Cruijff ArenA.
Netherlands (HOL) - Germany (GER)  2:3 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter, Niklas Süle, Antonio Rüdiger - Thilo Kehrer,
Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos, Nico Schulz - Leon Goretzka (70. İlkay Gündoğan),
Serge David Gnabry (88. Marco Reus), Leroy Aziz Sané - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Leroy Aziz Sané (15.), 0:2 Serge David Gnabry (34.), 1:2 de Matthijs de Ligt (48.),
       2:2 Memphis Depay (63.) and 2:3 Nico Schulz (90.).
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano (ESP). Attendance: 51.694.

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Qualifying Tournament - The Group C -
The Second Match:

8.6.2019, Barysaw (BLS) - Barysaw Arena.
Belarus (BLS) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Niklas Süle - Matthias Ginter, Jonathan Glao Tah - Joshua Kimmich,
İlkay Gündoğan (81. Leon Goretzka) - Lukas Klostermann, Nico Schulz -
Marco Reus (76. Julian Brandt), Serge David Gnabry (71. Julian Draxler),
Leroy Aziz Sané - Coach: Marcus Sorg.
Goals: 0:1 Leroy Aziz Sané (13.) and 0:2 Marco Reus (62.).
Referee: Srđan Jovanović (SRB). Attendance: 12.510.

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Qualifying Tournament - The Group C -
The Third Match:

11.6.2019, Mainz (GER) - OPEL ARENA.
Germany (GER) - Estonia (EST)  8:0 (5:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Thilo Kehrer, Matthias Ginter, Niklas Süle,
Nico Schulz (46. Marcel Halstenberg) - Joshua Kimmich - Leon Goretzka,
İlkay Gündoğan (53. Julian Draxler) - Leroy Aziz Sané, Serge David Gnabry,
Marco Reus (65. Timo Werner) - Coach: Marcus Sorg.
Goals: 1:0 Marco Reus (10.), 2:0 Serge David Gnabry (17.), 3:0 Leon Goretzka (20.),
       4:0 İlkay Gündoğan (26.), 5:0 Marco Reus (37.), 6:0 Serge David Gnabry (62.),
       7:0 Timo Werner (79.) and 8:0 Leroy Aziz Sané (88.).
Referee: Ali Palabıyık (TUR). Attendance: 26.050.

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Qualifying Tournament - The Group C -
The Fourth Match:

6.9.2019, Hamburg (GER) - Volksparkstadion.
Germany (GER) - Netherlands (HOL)  2:4 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter (84. Julian Brandt), Niklas Süle,
Jonathan Glao Tah - Lukas Klostermann, Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos, Nico Schulz -
Timo Werner (61. Kai Havertz), Serge David Gnabry, Marco Reus (61. İlkay Gündoğan) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Serge David Gnabry (9.), 1:1 Frenkie de Jong (59.),
       1:2 Jonathan Glao Tah (59., Own goal), 2:2 Toni Kroos (73., Penalty),
       2:3 Donyell Malen (79.) and 2:4 Georginio Gregion Emile Wijnaldum (90.).
Referee: Artur Manuel Ribeiro Soares Dias (POR). Attendance: 51.299.

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Qualifying Tournament - The Group C -
The Fifth Match:

9.9.2019, Belfast (NIR) - National Football Stadium at Windsor Park.
Northern Ireland (NIR) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Lukas Klostermann, Matthias Ginter (40. Jonathan Glao Tah),
Niklas Süle, Marcel Halstenberg - Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos - Serge David Gnabry,
Marco Reus (85. Emre Can), Julian Brandt - Timo Werner (68. Kai Havertz) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Marcel Halstenberg (48.) and 0:2 Serge David Gnabry (90.).
Referee: Daniele Orsato (ITA). Attendance: 18.104.

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Qualifying Tournament - The Group C -
The Sixth Match:

13.10.2019, Tallinn (EST) - A. Le Coq Arena.
Estonia (EST) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Lukas Klostermann, Emre Can (Red Card - 14.), Niklas Süle,
Marcel Halstenberg - İlkay Gündoğan, Joshua Kimmich - Kai Havertz,
Marco Reus (77. Suat Serdar), Julian Brandt (86. Nadiem Amiri) -
Gian-Luca Waldschmidt (66. Timo Werner) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 İlkay Gündoğan (51.), 0:2 İlkay Gündoğan (57.) and 0:3 Timo Werner (71.).
Referee: Georgi Nikolov Kabakov (BUL). Attendance: 12.062.

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Qualifying Tournament - The Group C -
The Seventh Match:

16.11.2019, Mönchengladbach (GER) - BORUSSIA-PARK.
Germany (GER) - Belarus (BLS)  4:0 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Lukas Klostermann, Matthias Ginter, Robin Koch, Nico Schulz -
Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos - İlkay Gündoğan - Leon Goretzka,
Timo Werner (68. Julian Brandt) - Serge David Gnabry (84. Gian-Luca Waldschmidt -
90. Sebastian Rudy) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Matthias Ginter (42.), 2:0 Leon Goretzka (49.), 3:0 Toni Kroos (55.) and
       4:0 Toni Kroos (83.).
Referee: Orel Grinfeld (ISR). Attendance: 33.164.

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Qualifying Tournament - The Group C -
The Eighth and Last Match:

19.11.2019, Frankfurt am Main (GER) - COMMERZBANK ARENA.
Germany (GER) - Northern Ireland (NIR)  6:1 (2:1).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Lukas Klostermann (65. Niklas Stark), Emre Can,
Jonathan Glao Tah, Jonas Hector - Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos - İlkay Gündoğan -
Leon Goretzka (73. Suat Serdar), Julian Brandt - Serge David Gnabry (80. Nadiem Amiri) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Michael Smith (7.), 1:1 Serge David Gnabry (19.), 2:1 Leon Goretzka (43.),
       3:1 Serge David Gnabry (47.), 4:1 Serge David Gnabry (60.),
       5:1 Leon Goretzka (73.) and 6:1 Julian Brandt (90.).
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande (ESP). Attendance: 42.855.

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

8 Matches: Joshua Kimmich (4 - 4) - 7 Matches: Serge David Gnabry (4 - 3),
İlkay Gündoğan (4 - 3) and Manuel Neuer (3 - 4) - 6 Matches: Julian Brandt (3 - 3),
Matthias Ginter (3 - 3), Lukas Klostermann (3 - 3), Marco Reus (2 - 4) and
Niklas Süle (2 - 4) - 5 Matches: Leon Goretzka (3 - 2), Toni Kroos (3 - 2),
Nico Schulz (3 - 2) and Timo Werner (3 - 2) - 4 Matches: Jonathan Glao Tah (2 - 2) -
3 Matches: Emre Can (1 - 2), Marcel Halstenberg (1 - 2), Kai Havertz (1 - 2) and
Leroy Aziz Sané (1 - 2) - 2 Matches: Nadiem Amiri (1 - 1), Julian Draxler (1 - 1),
Thilo Kehrer (1 - 1), Suat Serdar (1 - 1) and Gian-Luca Waldschmidt (1 - 1) -
1 Match: Jonas Hector (1 - 0), Robin Koch (1 - 0), Antonio Rüdiger (0 - 1),
Sebastian Rudy (1 - 0), Niklas Stark (1 - 0) and Marc-André ter Stegen (1 - 0).

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

8 Goals: Serge David Gnabry (6 - 2) - 4 Goals: Leon Goretzka (4 - 0) -
3 Goals: İlkay Gündoğan (1 - 2), Toni Kroos (3 - 0), Marco Reus (2 - 1) and
Leroy Aziz Sané (1 - 2) - 2 Goals: Timo Werner (1 - 1) - 1 Goal: Julian Brandt (1 - 0),
Matthias Ginter (1 - 0), Marcel Halstenberg (0 - 1) and Nico Schulz (0 - 1).

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Final Tournament -
The Group F - The First Match:

15.6.2021, München (GER) - Allianz-Arena.
France (FRA) - Germany (GER)  1:0 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter (88. Emre Can), Mats Hummels,
Antonio Rüdiger - Joshua Kimmich, İlkay Gündoğan, Toni Kroos,
Robin Everardus Gosens (88. Kevin Volland) - Kai Havertz (74. Leroy Aziz Sané),
Thomas Müller - Serge David Gnabry (74. Timo Werner) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 1:0 Mats Hummels (20., Own goal).
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande (ESP). Attendance: 13.000.

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Final Tournament -
The Group F - The Second Match:

19.6.2021, München (GER) - Allianz-Arena.
Portugal (POR) - Germany (GER)  2:4 (1:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter, Mats Hummels (62. Emre Can),
Antonio Rüdiger - Joshua Kimmich, İlkay Gündoğan (73. Niklas Süle),
Toni Kroos, Robin Everardus Gosens (62. Marcel Halstenberg) -
Kai Havertz (73. Leon Goretzka), Thomas Müller -
Serge David Gnabry (83. Leroy Aziz Sané) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 CRISTIANO RONALDO dos Santos Aveiro (15.),
       1:1 RÚBEN dos Santos Gato Alves DIAS (35., Own goal),
       1:2 RAPHAËL Adelino José GUERREIRO (39., Own goal),
       1:3 Kai Havertz (51.), 1:4 Robin Everardus Gosens (60.) and
       2:4 DIOGO JOTA José Teixeira da Silva (67.).
Referee: Anthony Taylor (ENG). Attendance: 12.926.

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Final Tournament -
The Group F - The Third and Last Match:

23.6.2021, München (GER) - Allianz-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Hungary (HUN)  2:2 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter (82. Kevin Volland), Mats Hummels,
Antonio Rüdiger - Joshua Kimmich, İlkay Gündoğan (58. Leon Goretzka), Toni Kroos,
Robin Everardus Gosens (82. Jamal Musiala) - Kai Havertz (67. Timo Werner),
Leroy Aziz Sané - Serge David Gnabry (67. Thomas Müller) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Ádám Szalai (11.), 1:1 Kai Havertz (66.), 1:2 András Schäfer (68.) and
       2:2 Leon Goretzka (84.).
Referee: Sergei Gennadyevich Karasev (RUS). Attendance: 12.413.

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Final Tournament -
The Round of 16:

29.6.2021, London (ENG) - Wembley Stadium.
England (ENG) - Germany (GER)  2:0 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter (87. Emre Can), Mats Hummels,
Antonio Rüdiger - Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka, Toni Kroos,
Robin Everardus Gosens (87. Leroy Aziz Sané) - Kai Havertz,
Thomas Müller (90. Jamal Musiala) - Timo Werner (69. Serge David Gnabry) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Raheem Shaquille Sterling (75.) and 2:0 Harry Edward Kane (86.).
Referee: Danny Desmond Makkelie (HOL). Attendance: 41.973.

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

4 Matches: Matthias Ginter, Serge David Gnabry, Robin Everardus Gosens,
Kai Havertz, Mats Hummels, Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos, Thomas Müller,
Manuel Neuer, Antonio Rüdiger and Leroy Aziz Sané - 3 Matches: Emre Can,
Leon Goretzka, İlkay Gündoğan and Timo Werner - 2 Matches: Jamal Musiala and
Kevin Volland - 1 Match: Marcel Halstenberg and Niklas Süle.

The XIV. UEFA European Championship 2021 - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

2 Goals: Kai Havertz - 1 Goal: Leon Goretzka and Robin Everardus Gosens.

Plus the Own goals from RÚBEN dos Santos Gato Alves DIAS (POR) and
RAPHAËL Adelino José GUERREIRO (POR).
 

2021

The II. UEFA Nations League 2021 - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The II. UEFA Nations League 2021 - The League A - The Group 4 - The First Match:

3.9.2020, Stuttgart (GER) - Mercedes-Benz Arena
Germany (GER) - Spain (ESP)  1:1 (0:0).
Germany: Kevin Trapp - Emre Can, Niklas Süle, Antonio Rüdiger - Thilo Kehrer,
İlkay Gündoğan (74. Suat Serdar), Toni Kroos, Robin Everardus Gosens -
Julian Draxler - Leroy Aziz Sané (63. Matthias Ginter), Timo Werner (90. Robin Koch) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Timo Werner (51.) and 1:1 José Luis GAYÀ Peña (90.).
Referee: Daniele Orsato (ITA). Attendance: None.

The II. UEFA Nations League 2021 - The League A - The Group 4 - The Second Match:

6.9.2020, Basel (SUI) - St. Jakob-Park.
Switzerland (SUI) - Germany (GER)  1:1 (0:1).
Germany: Bernd Leno - Matthias Ginter, Niklas Süle (62. Jonathan Glao Tah),
Antonio Rüdiger - Thilo Kehrer, İlkay Gündoğan, Toni Kroos,
Robin Everardus Gosens (78. Emre Can) - Julian Draxler -
Leroy Aziz Sané (46. Julian Brandt), Timo Werner - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 İlkay Gündoğan (14.) and 1:1 Silvan Widmer (58.).
Referee: Michael Oliver (ENG). Attendance: None.

The II. UEFA Nations League 2021 - The League A - The Group 4 - The Third Match:

10.10.2020, Kyiv (UKR) - National Sport Komplex Olimpiyskyi.
Ukraine (UKR) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter, Niklas Süle, Antonio Rüdiger -
Lukas Klostermann (90. Emre Can), Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos, Marcel Halstenberg -
Leon Goretzka, Julian Draxler (80. Timo Werner) - Serge David Gnabry (90. Kai Havertz) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Matthias Ginter (20.), 0:2 Leon Goretzka (49.) and
       1:2 Ruslan Volodymyrovych Malinovskyi (76.).
Referee: Orel Grinfeld (ISR). Attendance: 17.573.

The II. UEFA Nations League 2021 - The League A - The Group 4 - The Fourth Match:

13.10.2020, Köln (GER) - RheinEnergieStadion.
Germany (GER) - Switzerland (SUI)  3:3 (1:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Lukas Klostermann, Matthias Ginter (77. Emre Can),
Antonio Rüdiger, Robin Everardus Gosens (57. Marcel Halstenberg) - Joshua Kimmich,
Toni Kroos - Kai Havertz (77. Julian Draxler), Leon Goretzka, Serge David Gnabry -
Timo Werner - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Mario Gavranović (5.), 0:2 Remo Freuler (26.), 1:2 Timo Werner (28.),
       2:2 Kai Havertz (55.), 2:3 Mario Gavranović (57.) and 3:3 Serge David Gnabry (60.).
Referee: Ruddy Buquet (FRA). Attendance: None.

The II. UEFA Nations League 2021 - The League A - The Group 4 - The Fifth Match:

14.11.2020, Leipzig (GER) - Red Bull Arena.
Germany (GER) - Ukraine (UKR)  3:1 (2:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter, Niklas Süle, Antonio Rüdiger, Philipp Max -
Robin Koch, Leon Goretzka, İlkay Gündoğan - Leroy Aziz Sané (86. Gian-Luca Waldschmidt),
Serge David Gnabry, Timo Werner (76. Julian Brandt) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Roman Olehovych Yaremchuk (11.), 1:1 Leroy Aziz Sané (23.),
       2:1 Timo Werner (33.) and 3:1 Timo Werner (64.).
Referee: Ovidiu Alin Hațegan (ROM). Attendance: None.

The II. UEFA Nations League 2021 - The League A - The Group 4 - The Sixth and Last Match:

17.11.2020, Sevilla (ESP) - Estadio de La Cartuja.
Spain (ESP) - Germany (GER)  6:0 (3:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Matthias Ginter, Niklas Süle (46. Jonathan Glao Tah),
Robin Koch, Philipp Max - İlkay Gündoğan, Toni Kroos -
Leon Goretzka (61. Florian Neuhaus) - Leroy Aziz Sané (61. Gian-Luca Waldschmidt),
Serge David Gnabry, Timo Werner (76. Benjamin Henrichs) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Álvaro Borja MORATA Martín (17.), 2:0 FERRAN TORRES García (33.),
       3:0 RODRI Rodrigo Hernández Cascante (38.), 4:0 FERRAN TORRES García (55.),
       5:0 FERRAN TORRES García (71.) and 6:0 Mikel OYARZABAL Ugarte (89.).
Referee: Lars Christian Andreas Ekberg (SWE). Attendance: None.

The II. UEFA Nations League 2021 - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

6 Matches: Matthias Ginter (3 - 3) and Timo Werner (3 - 3) - 5 Matches: Toni Kroos (2 - 3),
Antonio Rüdiger (2 - 3) and Niklas Süle (2 - 3) - 4 Matches: Emre Can (2 - 2),
Julian Draxler (2 - 2), Serge David Gnabry (2 - 2), Leon Goretzka (2 - 2),
İlkay Gündoğan (2 - 2), Manuel Neuer (2 - 2) and Leroy Aziz Sané (2 - 2) -
3 Matches: Robin Everardus Gosens (2 - 1) and Robin Koch (2 - 1) -
2 Matches: Julian Brandt (1 - 1), Marcel Halstenberg (1 - 1), Kai Havertz (1 - 1),
Thilo Kehrer (1 - 1), Joshua Kimmich (1 - 1), Lukas Klostermann (1 - 1), Philipp Max (1 - 1),
Jonathan Glao Tah (0 - 2) and Gian-Luca Waldschmidt (1 - 1) -
1 Match: Benjamin Henrichs (0 - 1), Bernd Leno (0 - 1), Florian Neuhaus (0 - 1),
Suat Serdar (1 - 0) and Kevin Trapp (0 - 1).

The II. UEFA Nations League 2021 - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

4 Goals: Timo Werner (4 - 0) - 1 Goal: Matthias Ginter (0 - 1), Serge David Gnabry (1 - 0),
Leon Goretzka (0 - 1), İlkay Gündoğan (0 - 1), Kai Havertz (1 - 0) and Leroy Aziz Sané (1 - 0).


2022

The XXII. FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (QAT) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XXII. FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (QAT) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group J - The First Match:

25.3.2021, Duisburg (GER) - Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Iceland (ISL)  3:0 (2:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Lukas Klostermann, Matthias Ginter, Antonio Rüdiger, Emre Can -
Joshua Kimmich - Leon Goretzka (71. Florian Neuhaus), İlkay Gündoğan -
Kai Havertz (78. Jamal Musiala), Leroy Aziz Sané (78. Timo Werner) -
Serge David Gnabry (86. Amin Younes) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 1:0 Leon Goretzka (3.), 2:0 Kai Havertz (7.) and 3:0 İlkay Gündoğan (56.).
Referee: Srđan Jovanović (SRB). Attendance: None.

The XXII. FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (QAT) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group J - The Second Match:

28.3.20211, București (ROM) - Arena Națională.
Romania (ROM) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Lukas Klostermann, Matthias Ginter, Antonio Rüdiger, Emre Can -
Joshua Kimmich - Leon Goretzka, İlkay Gündoğan - Kai Havertz (77. Timo Werner),
Serge David Gnabry (90. Florian Neuhaus), Leroy Aziz Sané (86. Amin Younes) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Serge David Gnabry (16.).
Referee: Clément Turpin (FRA). Attendance: None.

The XXII. FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (QAT) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group J - The Third Match:

31.3.2021, Duisburg (GER) - Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena.
Germany (GER) - North Macedonia (MAC)  1:2 (0:1).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Matthias Ginter (89. Jamal Musiala), Antonio Rüdiger,
Emre Can, Robin Everardus Gosens (56. Amin Younes) - Joshua Kimmich - Leon Goretzka,
İlkay Gündoğan - Kai Havertz (56. Timo Werner) - Leroy Aziz Sané, Serge David Gnabry -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Goran Pandev (45.), 1:1 İlkay Gündoğan (63., Penalty) and 1:2 Eljif Elmas (85.).
Referee: Sergei Gennadyevich Karasev (RUS). Attendance: None.

The XXII. FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (QAT) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group J - The Fourth Match:

2.9.2021, Sankt Gallen (SUI) - kybunpark.
Liechtenstein (LIE) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Bernd Leno - Bote Ridle Nzuzi Baku (60. Jonas Hofmann), Thilo Kehrer,
Niklas Süle, Robin Everardus Gosens - Joshua Kimmich (82. Florian Wirtz),
İlkay Gündoğan (73. Leon Goretzka) - Jamal Musiala (60. Marco Reus),
Kai Havertz (60. Serge David Gnabry), Leroy Aziz Sané - Timo Werner -
Coach: Hans-Dieter 'Hansi' Flick.
Goals: 0:1 Timo Werner (41.) and 0:2 Leroy Aziz Sané (77.).
Referee: Fábio Veríssimo (POR). Attendance: 7.958.

The XXII. FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (QAT) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group J - The Fifth Match:

5.9.2021, Stuttgart (GER) - Mercedes-Benz Arena.
Germany (GER) - Armenia (ARM)  6:0 (4:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jonas Hofmann, Niklas Süle, Antonio Rüdiger,
Thilo Kehrer (83. David Raum) - Joshua Kimmich (61. İlkay Gündoğan), Leon Goretzka -
Serge David Gnabry (71. Karim-David Adeyemi), Marco Reus (61. Florian Wirtz),
Leroy Aziz Sané (61. Jamal Musiala) - Timo Werner - Coach: Hans-Dieter 'Hansi' Flick.
Goals: 1:0 Serge David Gnabry (6.), 2:0 Serge David Gnabry (15.), 3:0 Marco Reus (35.),
       4:0 Timo Werner (44.), 5:0 Jonas Hofmann (52.) and 6:0 Karim-David Adeyemi (90.).
Referee: William 'Willie' Collum (SCO). Attendance: 18.086.

The XXII. FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (QAT) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group J - The Sixth Match:

8.9.2021, Reykjavík (ISL) - Laugardalsvöllur.
Iceland (ISL) - Germany (GER)  0:4 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jonas Hofmann (46. Lukas Klostermann),
Niklas Süle (60. Robin Everardus Gosens), Antonio Rüdiger, Thilo Kehrer -
Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka (80. Florian Wirtz) - Serge David Gnabry (46. Kai Havertz),
İlkay Gündoğan, Leroy Aziz Sané (60. Jamal Musiala) - Timo Werner -
Coach: Hans-Dieter 'Hansi' Flick.
Goals: 0:1 Serge David Gnabry (4.), 0:2 Antonio Rüdiger (24.), 0:3 Leroy Aziz Sané (56.) and
       0:4 Timo Werner (89.).
Referee: Lars Christian Andreas Ekberg (SWE). Attendance: 3.600.

The XXII. FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (QAT) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group J - The Seventh Match:

8.10.2021, Hamburg (GER) - Volksparkstadion.
Germany (GER) - Romania (ROM)  2:1 (0:1).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Jonas Hofmann (85. Lukas Klostermann), Niklas Süle,
Antonio Rüdiger, Thilo Kehrer - Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka - Serge David Gnabry,
Marco Reus (67. Kai Havertz), Leroy Aziz Sané (89. Karim-David Adeyemi) -
Timo Werner (67. Thomas Müller) - Coach: Hans-Dieter 'Hansi' Flick.
Goals: 0:1 Ianis Hagi (9.), 1:1 Serge David Gnabry (52.) and 2:1 Thomas Müller (81.).
Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (TUR). Attendance: 25.000.

The XXII. FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (QAT) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group J - The Eighth Match:

11.10.2021, Skopje (MAC) - National Arena Toše Proeski.
North Macedonia (MAC) - Germany (GER)  0:4 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Lukas Klostermann, Niklas Süle, Thilo Kehrer, David Raum -
Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka (61. Florian Wirtz) - Serge David Gnabry (74. Jonas Hofmann),
Thomas Müller (80. Florian Nehaus), Kai Havertz (61. Karim-David Adeyemi) -
Timo Werner (74. Jamal Musiala) - Coach: Hans-Dieter 'Hansi' Flick.
Goals: 0:1 Kai Havertz (50.), 0:2 Timo Werner (70.), 0:3 Timo Werner (73.) and
       0:4 Jamal Musiala (83.).
Referee: Danny Desmond Makkelie (HOL). Attendance: 16.000.

The XXII. FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (QAT) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group J - The Ninth Match:

11.11.2021, Wolfsburg (GER) - Volkswagen Arena.
Germany (GER) - Liechtenstein (LIE)  9:0 (4:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jonas Hofmann (46. Lukas Nmecha), Thilo Kehrer (72. Matthias Ginter),
Antonio Rüdiger, Christian Günter - Leon Goretzka (46. Florian Neuhaus),
İlkay Gündoğan (64. Maximilian Arnold) - Bote Ridle Nzuzi Baku, Thomas Müller,
Marco Reus, Leroy Aziz Sané (64. Kevin Volland) - Coach: Hans-Dieter 'Hansi' Flick.
Goals: 1:0 İlkay Gündoğan (11., Penalty), 2:0 Daniel Kaufmann (20., Own goal),
       3:0 Leroy Aziz Sané (22.), 4:0 Marco Reus (23.), 5:0 Leroy Aziz Sané (49.),
       6:0 Thomas Müller (76.), 7:0 Bote Ridle Nzuzi Baku (80.), 8:0 Thomas Müller (86.) and
       9:0 Maximilian Göppel (89., Own goal).
Referee: Ivana Martinčić (CRO). Attendance: 25.984.

The XXII. FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (QAT) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group J - The Tenth and Last Match:

14.11.2021, Yerevan (ARM) - Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium.
Armenia (ARM) - Germany (GER)  1:4 (0:2).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Thilo Kehrer, Matthias Ginter, Jonathan Glao Tah,
David Raum - Florian Neuhaus (73. Kevin Volland), İlkay Gündoğan (60. Maximilian Arnold) -
Jonas Hofmann (84. Bote Ridle Nzuzi Baku), Leroy Aziz Sané (60. Julian Brandt) -
Thomas Müller (60. Lukas Nmecha) - Kai Havertz - Coach: Hans-Dieter 'Hansi' Flick.
Goals: 0:1 Kai Havertz (15.), 0:2 İlkay Gündoğan (45., Penalty), 0:3 İlkay Gündoğan (50.),
       1:3 Henrikh Hamleti Mkhitaryan (59., Penalty) and 1:4 Jonas Hofmann (64.).
Referee: François Letexier (FRA). Attendance: 12.000.

The XXII. FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (QAT) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

9 Matches: Leon Goretzka (5 - 4) and Leroy Aziz Sané (5 - 4) - 8 Matches: Serge David Gnabry (4 - 4),
İlkay Gündoğan (4 - 4), Kai Havertz (3 - 5), Joshua Kimmich (4 - 4) and Timo Werner (4 - 4) -
7 Matches: Jonas Hofmann (3 - 4), Thilo Kehrer (3 - 4) and Antonio Rüdiger (5 - 2) -
6 Matches: Jamal Musiala (3 - 3) and Manuel Neuer (3 - 3) - 5 Matches: Matthias Ginter (3 - 2),
Lukas Klostermann (2 - 3), Florian Neuhaus (2 - 3) and Niklas Süle (2 - 3) -
4 Matches: Thomas Müller (2 - 2), Marco Reus (3 - 1) and Florian Wirtz (1 - 3) -
3 Matches: Karim-David Adeyemi (2 - 1), Bote Ridle Nzuzi Baku (1 - 2), Emre Can (2 - 1),
Robin Everardus Gosens (1 - 2), David Raum (1 - 2), Marc-André ter Stegen (2 - 1) and
Amin Younes (2 - 1) - 2 Matches: Maximilian Arnold (1 - 1), Lukas Nmecha (1 - 1) and
Kevin Volland (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Julian Brandt (0 - 1), Christian Günter (1 - 0),
Bernd Leno (0 - 1) and Jonathan Glao Tah (0 - 1).

The XXII. FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar (QAT) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Serge David Gnabry (3 - 2), İlkay Gündoğan (3 - 2) and Timo Werner (1 - 4) -
4 Goals: Leroy Aziz Sané (2 - 2) - 3 Goals: Kai Havertz (1 - 2) and Thomas Müller (3 - 0) -
2 Goals: Jonas Hofmann (1 - 1) and Marco Reus (2 - 0) - 1 Goal: Karim-David Adeyemi (1 - 0),
Bote Ridle Nzuzi Baku (1 - 0), Leon Goretzka (1 - 0), Jamal Musiala (0 - 1) and
Antonio Rüdiger (0 - 1).

Plus the Own goals from Maximilian Göppel (LIE - 1 - 0) and Daniel Kaufmann (LIE - 1 - 0).


2023

The III. UEFA Nations League 2023 - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The III. UEFA Nations League 2023 - The League A - The Group 3 - The First Match:

4.6.2022, Bologna (ITA) - Stadio Renato Dall'Ara.
Italy (ITA) - Germany (GER)  1:1 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Benjamin Henrichs (59. Jonas Hofmann), Niklas Süle,
Antonio Rüdiger, Thilo Kehrer - Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka (69. İlkay Gündoğan),
Serge David Gnabry (80. David Raum), Thomas Müller (70. Kai Havertz),
Leroy Aziz Sané (59. Jamal Musiala) - Timo Werner - Coach: Hans-Dieter Flick.
Goals: 1:0 Lorenzo Pellegrini (70.) and 1:1 Joshua Kimmich (73.).
Referee: Srđan Jovanović (SRB). Attendance: 23.754.

The III. UEFA Nations League 2023 - The League A - The Group 3 - The Second Match:

7.6.2022, München (GER) - Allianz-Arena.
Germany (GER) - England (ENG)  1:1 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Lukas Klostermann, Antonio Rüdiger, Nico Schlotterbeck,
David Raum - İlkay Gündoğan (83. Leroy Aziz Sané), Joshua Kimmich -
Jonas Hofmann (65. Serge David Gnabry), Thomas Müller (75. Leon Goretzka),
Jamal Musiala (65. Timo Werner) - Kai Havertz - Coach: Hans-Dieter Flick.
Goals: 1:0 Jonas Hofmann (51.) and 1:1 Harry Edward Kane (88., Penalty).
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande (ESP). Attendance: 66.289.

The III. UEFA Nations League 2023 - The League A - The Group 3 - The Third Match:

11.6.2022, Budapest (HUN) - Puskás Aréna.
Hungary (HUN) - Germany (GER)  1:1 (1:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Thilo Kehrer, Niklas Süle, Nico Schlotterbeck, David Raum -
Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka (69. İlkay Gündoğan) - Jonas Hofmann (85. Lukas Nmecha),
Kai Havertz (85. Karim-David Adeyemi), Jamal Musalia (78. Julian Brandt) -
Timo Werner (78. Thomas Müller) - Coach: Hans-Dieter Flick.
Goals: 1:0 Zsolt Nagy (6.) and 1:1 Jonas Hofmann (9.).
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez (ESP). Attendance: 67.000.

The III. UEFA Nations League 2023 - The League A - The Group 3 - The Fourth Match:

14.6.2022, Mönchengladbach (GER) - BORUSSIA-PARK.
Germany (GER) - Italy (ITA)  5:2 (2:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Lukas Klostermann, Niklas Süle (87. Jonathan Glao Tah),
Antonio Rüdiger, David Raum - İlkay Gündoğan (87. Anton Levi Stach), Joshua Kimmich -
Jonas Hofmann (64. Serge David Gnabry), Thomas Müller (75. Jamal Musiala), Leroy Aziz Sané -
Timo Werner (75. Lukas Nmecha) - Coach: Hans-Dieter Flick.
Goals: 1:0 Joshua Kimmich (10.), 2:0 İlkay Gündoğan (45., Penalty), 3:0 Thomas Müller (51.),
       4:0 Timo Werner (68.), 5:0 Timo Werner (69.), 5:1 Degnand Wilfried Gnonto (78.) and
       5:2 Alessandro Bastoni (90.).
Referee: István Kovács (ROM). Attendance: 44.144.

The III. UEFA Nations League 2023 - The League A - The Group 3 - The Fifth Match:

23.9.2022, Leipzig (GER) - Red Bull Arena.
Germany (GER) - Hungary (HUN)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Jonas Hofmann, Niklas Süle, Antonio Rüdiger, David Raum -
Joshua Kimmich, İlkay Gündoğan (69. Jamal Musiala) - Serge David Gnabry (46. Thilo Kehrer),
Thomas Müller (85. Lukas Nmecha), Leroy Aziz Sané - Timo Werner (70. Kai Havertz) -
Coach: Hans-Dieter Flick.
Goal: 0:1 Ádám Csaba Szalai (17.).
Referee: Slavko Vinčić (SLO). Attendance: 39.513.

The III. UEFA Nations League 2023 - The League A - The Group 3 - The Sixth and Last Match:

26.9.2022, London (ENG) - Wembley Stadium.
England (ENG) - Germany (GER)  3:3 (0:0).
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen - Thilo Kehrer, Niklas Süle, Nico Schlotterbeck,
David Raum (68. Robin Everardus Gosens) - Joshua Kimmich, İlkay Gündoğan -
Jonas Hofmann (46. Timo Werner), Jamal Musiala (79. Thomas Müller),
Leroy Aziz Sané (68. Serge David Gnabry) - Kai Havertz (90. Armel Bella-Kotchap) -
Coach: Hans-Dieter Flick.
Goals: 0:1 İlkay Gündoğan (52., Penalty), 0:2 Kai Havertz (67.), 1:2 Luke Paul Hoare Shaw (72.),
       2:2 Mason Tony Mount (75.), 3:2 Harry Edward Kane (83., Penalty) and 3:3 Kai Havertz (87.).
Referee: Danny Desmond Makkelie (HOL). Attendance: 78.949.

The III. UEFA Nations League 2023 - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

6 Matches: İlkay Gündoğan (3 - 3), Jonas Hofmann (3 - 3), Joshua Kimmich (3 - 3),
Thomas Müller (3 - 3), Jamal Musiala (3 - 3), David Raum (3 - 3) and Timo Werner (3 - 3) -
5 Matches: Serge David Gnabry (3 - 2), Kai Havertz (2 - 3), Leroy Aziz Sané (3 - 2) and
Niklas Süle (2 - 3) - 4 Matches: Thilo Kehrer (1 - 3), Manuel Neuer (2 - 2) and
Antonio Rüdiger (3 - 1) - 3 Matches: Leon Goretzka (1 - 2), Lukas Nmecha (2 - 1) and
Nico Schlotterbeck (1 - 2) - 2 Matches: Lukas Klostermann (2 - 0) and
Marc-André ter Stegen (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Karim-David Adeyemi (0 - 1),
Armel Bella-Kotchap (0 - 1), Julian Brandt (0 - 1), Robin Everardus Gosens (0 - 1),
Benjamin Henrichs (0 - 1), Anton Levi Stach (1 - 0) and Jonathan Glao Tah (1 - 0).

The III. UEFA Nations League 2023 - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

2 Goals: İlkay Gündoğan (1 - 1), Kai Havertz (0 - 2), Jonas Hofmann (1 - 1),
Joshua Kimmich (1 - 1) and Timo Werner (2 - 0) - 1 Goal: Thomas Müller (1 - 0).



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