Thursday, July 8, 2010

All square in Durban at Half time

Half time 

Spain 0 - Germany 0

Spain had the best of the semi-final first-half against Germany as Carles Puyol and David Villa went close, but both sides were disappointing in attack.

This is the fourth consecutive semi-final involving Germany that has been 0-0 at half-time, but there has never been a 0-0 draw in a World Cup semi-final at full time.

King makers in action.. Play makers Schweinsteiger and Iniesta

Germany managing to defend resolutely in the first half. Portugal and Paraguay also made it to half time level, before David Villa ended their World Cup hopes...

Germany have not conceded a second-half goal in this World Cup. Both of Spain's conceded goals have come after 45 minutes.

Germany entered the match leading the tournament in goals scored (13), far surpassing Spain's six. Germany are one of only three teams in World Cup history to average more than two goals scored per match (along with Brazil and Hungary).

The semi final is yet to catch light, we need a goal. It'll come...

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