bastian schweinsteiger

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Argentina vs Germany (0-4) Goal Müller

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Germany leads Argentina 1-0 after 15 minutes CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) — Thomas Mueller's goal has given Germany a 1-0 lead over Argentina after 15 minutes of their World Cup quarterfinal match. Mueller headed in a Bastian Schweinsteiger free kick three minutes into the game, after Lukas Podolski was fouled on the left wing. It was Mueller's fourth goal of the World Cup. Germany had most of the possession early in the match, with Mesut Oezil looking to push forward from the midfield. Argentina's forward line of Lionel Messi, Carlos Tevez and Gonzalo Higuain hadn't touched the ball much. Brazil vs Netherlands 1-2 world cup 2010 Brazil vs. Netherlands: Dutch stun five-time champions in World Cup quarterfinals Iran Holland آلمان آرژانتین - پاراگوئه اسپانیا اروگوئه -- غنا برزیل مقابل هلند البرزیل الهلند حسن کامرانی‌فر به عنوان کمک داور ذخیره، تیم داوری دیدار برزیل - هلند را همراهی خواهد کرد. -- Brazil vs Holland World Cup QF: 1-2, Netherlands in Semi-final On Friday afternoon, the Netherlands team defeated Brazil in the quarter-finals of the 2010 World Cup football at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth by 2-1. IN ONE of the biggest match in FIFA World Cup 2010, the Dutch team sends the Samba team back to their country, to concentrate for the World Cup Football in 2014. On Tuesday, July 6, Holland will play against the winner of Uruguay vs Ghana at the Green Point Stadium, Cape Town in the first semi-final of World Cup football 2010. On Friday afternoon, the Netherlands team defeated Brazil in the quarter-finals of the 2010 World Cup football at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth by 2-1. With this victory, the Dutch player took revenge from the Brazilians of the previous defeats in the World Cup football. In the 8th minute of the game, Brazil scored first goal in the quarter-final of World Cup football 2010 against Holland. Brazil striker Robinho scored goal for his country. Felipe Melo showed full control on ball and passed it to Robinho. He didn't make any mistake to kick the ball inside the net. Holland goal-keeper Maarten Stekelenburg was no choice other than to see the 0-1 behind the favorite Brazil in the first quarter-final of World Cup football 2010. During the half way of the game between Brazil vs Holland, score was 1-0 in favor of Brazil. The Samba boys were looking the more dangerous. In the 54th minute of the game, Holland scored an equalizer. Brazil's Felipe Melo became the villain for his team and scored a self goal. On a Netherland's free kick, unfortunately Melo's self defense header placed on their net and score become 1-1 in the first quarter-final of FIFA World Cup 2010. In the 68th minute of the game, Wesley Sneijder scored second and decisive goal for the Netherlands in the 2010 World Cup football first quarter-final game. In a beautiful in swinging ball clipped in from the right by Robben, Kuyt gets the flick-on at the front post and Sneijder heads direct stopped in the Brazil net. At the 73rd minute of the game, Brazilian striker Felipe Melo was shown red card by referee Yuichi Nichimura from Japan. At the end of the game, Holland won by 2-1 and reached the semi-final of World Cup football 2010. Now it is expected that two European Country, Holland and Spain may play for the FIFA trophy at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth on July 11. As the Brazilian team prepares to face the Netherlands in the quarter final showdown on Friday, back at home many Brazilian businesses are resigned to the fact they will have to shut down during the match. As Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from Sao Paulo, when the national team hits the pitch, it's time for factories to hit the off switch all around the country. (July 02, 2010)