Das ist der Spielbericht zur Begegnung Deutschland gegen England am WM-Quali Europa. Deutschland GER. Gruppe 9 Uhr. (). Aufstellung Deutschland - England (WM-Quali. Europa /, Gruppe 9). Gesamtstatistik. 36 Spiele. (25 Testspiele, 2 EM-Quali, 2 WMQ-Europa, 5 WM, 2 EM). Deutschland 7. England Tore.
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It's bad news for us, I'm afraid. Even cephalopods think Mesut Ozil will cause Fabio Capello's men problems then? I live in Frankfurt and i can tell you that the Germans expect to win.
They started slowly and there was a lot of pressure on them but they have come through that, improved their performance and I think they are meeting Germany at the right time.
Germany are a good side, but they have lost a match and shown they are vulnerable. I think it will be tight but I think England have a very, very good chance of winning.
I'm predicting a victory in 90 minutes! Rooney to score! I got the result right vs Slovenia so trust me twitfam!
From aaron "Bring on the Germans! They haven't convinced me at all yet, a good win against a poor side, then a defeat and a narrow win.
Rooney has not scored for England in a competitive match for nine months, and has not always looked at his best during this World Cup but his captain Steven Gerrard believes he will come good against Germany.
He played well in the last game and looks really sharp in training. England have got to play their normal style and set the tempo.
I think the balance of the side is right and the key is down the two sides, Gerrard and Cole on the left and Milner and Johnson on the right.
I would not change the team from the one that faced Slovenia. As you would expect, the back pages of today's papers in England are dominated by talk of today's game which you can watch live on BBC One and this website in the UK.
The Sunday Times, Mail on Sunday and the Observer all lead with Fabio Capello's calls for his England players to "make history" by forgetting the past and beating Germany, while the Sunday Express go with "your country needs Roo" after Fabio Capello backed Wayne Rooney to find his goalscoring touch.
Taking chances is vital - and I think that if England score the first goal then, with the players they have got, they should not lose this game. And if they go up, the Germans will have to take more risks and England can make it The tension is going to be unbearable but it should be a truly great game and I think we can just about edge this one.
There is another game going on today you know? An important one too. Let's not even think about England v Diego Maradona's Argentina just yet though folks - there is a lot of football to be played first.
Uruguay and Ghana beat South Korea and the United States to become the first two teams into the last eight, and looked very impressive too - are any of you still wishing England played Ghana by the way?
After getting the view from the English papers, it's only fair we do the same with the German media or some of it anyway. Bild, who you might remember got a little carried away with the way Joachim Loew's side beat Australia in their opening game, are in confident mood again this morning too, running with the headline: "England, you are going down!
They are a strong team and more experienced, and probably have more talent in their team so I expect them to prevail. England had a very difficult team at the beginning of the tournament but I'm sure that has made them stronger.
From sjeuk: "Re I just tested the oracle octopus' prediction of a Germany win with the household pets. Sad to say both cats and the dog chose the screwed up tissue that represented Germany over the one that represented England.
I do hope they are wrong! Drop him a question if you want to get involved. If you are feeling a bit edgy about England's prospects, then Harry Redknapp's thoughts should give you a boost.
The Tottenham boss has backed Spurs striker Jermain Defoe to be England's matchwinner again today, just like he was against Slovenia on Wednesday.
You never know in a knockout. England have got the players to win the match but they just need to play well. From blueboyrob: "The biggest problem, as always with England is mental.
If we can convince ourselves that we have a better team than Germany and are capable of beating them, then I see us winning. Please let us play with some arrogance, fire out of the blocks and hit them hard fast and early.
The Lions will go home today - the Germans are superior in the midfield and in attack. Fabio Capello will soon answer the only selection question left - namely who will partner John Terry in central defence?
He may well be tempted to leave well alone after the win against Slovenia, but Jamie Carragher and Ledley King will be hoping otherwise.
Cautious optimism. Germany coach Joachim Loew has a few decisions to make in terms of his team selection ahead of kick-off. Striker Cacau is out injured, so Miroslav Klose will definitely return after his suspension but midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger hamstring and defender Jerome Boateng calf muscle are doubts and face late fitness tests.
Schweinsteiger, in particular, would be badly missed. There will be 15, England fans at the Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein, while 30m are expected to watch the game on TV in England, including thousands on a big screen at Glastonbury.
Troops in Helmand, Afghanistan, will watch a recording of the match later. Germany is also in the grip of World Cup fever - , fans are expected to watch the match on outdoor screens in the centre of Berlin.
They write: "Jubeln, chillen, England grillen," Celebrate, chill out and grill England. Hello summer! Good-bye England.
Some bad news to report ahead of kick-off. The commentary was in German, so I'm not sure how much stick they are giving us about it, but the vuvuzelas in the background are a very nice touch.
That means Fabio Capello, for the first time in his England career, will name the same side in successive games.
I hear a few people are using Paul the psychic octopus's tip and heading for the bookies because they think they might be squids in.
I'll get my coat So, where are you watching today - and who with? Any mixed Anglo-German World Cup parties going on? Come on!! Otherwise dreading work on Monday!
From Bunteh: "Wayne Rooney needs to step up and play today. He was better agaisnt Slovenia but hopefully today is when he finally plays like we all know he can.
Gareth Barry needs to improve also, if we lose the ball to the Germans they won't be as kind as the Slovenians were.
All-round Germany legend and their former manager Jurgen Klinsmann says he wishes this game was taking place in the semi-final or final, not the second round.
He says expectations are high back home, despite everybody trying to play down German hopes but is worried that Wayne Rooney might come to life in this game.
I think that means he rates him. When we see England I say they have got to play better and now they are meeting it is going to be touch and go again.
I'm going for to England but I'm afraid it will be after extra-time. From Freddie: "Hi Chris, I'm at Glastonbury, had an amazing weekend, now we're all heading over to 'football field' where they're showing the match.
Only one result cou ld make the weekend perfect!! Come on England!!! From anon: "After the psychic octopus prediction, I decided to put everything I have on a Germany win.
All my worldly possessions are now with the prawnbrokers. We call it arrogance but they are just very, very confident - they really believe in themselves.
I was reading Lucas Podolski's interview and he says that it's a fantastic changing room, it's a young team but experience counts for nothing - look at France.
It's all positive, they never think about what could happen if they lose. I like that about the Germans, I've got a lot of respect for them. It's team with a lot of fighting spirit and very strong mentally, with incredible experience.
I think they just assume they will win if it comes to a shoot-out they are already singing "England's going home" to the tune of Three Lions.
Still, it won't come to that will it? Or will it? From Sam in Brixton: "My father lives in Berlin and he says that most of the German population are very worried about facing England.
So why are we all so worried. We can, and I believe will, win this. England expects. Bodes well, doesn't it? Just over two hours until kick-off You have to think of all the good things that can happen to you.
From anon: "I'm at Glastonbury with my german friend Dina. About to watch the game shortly, Dina in her germany shirt and me in my england shirt. It's been a great weekend but only one of us can be happy after this game!
At least I know the crowd will be with me! We will be happy with whoever wins but so hope for a good game with both teams playing their very best and positively and that we have a result at full time!
Wish I had the same feeling! I think we've already done fantastically well so let's see how we go. Right, that's all from me for now - I'll be back later on for Argentina v Mexico though.
Over to Jonathan Stevenson to take you through the rest of the build-up to England v Germany and the all-important match itself.
Thought not. Hey there. The two words that best sum me up today? Proud and emotional. And so it begins. Refresh your page and let's get going.
Can Mesut Ozil maintain his sparking form - and can Wayne Rooney rediscover his? The clock is ticking to the time when we will find out.
As the Stuart Pearce mock-up poster says, your country needs you. C Join up and join in on Geoff in Middlesbrough: "I have got a really good feeling about today.
The Germany defence is weak as Ghana proved when they opened them up on several occasions. As long a we keep Ozil does anyone else think he looks like Beaker from the muppets?
Some of the England players are first out on to the Free State Stadium pitch in Bloemfontein to have a look around. The cheeky putter escaped a fine from the tournament director.
For England, this day has been a very long time in coming. It is 44 years since they beat West Germany in the World Cup and since then it has not been much fun playing their old rivals.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter: "Leaving for Bloemfontein for the next chapter in a match which has created World Cup history - 66, 70, 90 and On Twitter: "I've filmed video inside stadium.
Lots of English flags flying. But I would also realise that the first goal will be so, so important. I know there is loads of history between England and Germany, but that will not affect the players on Sunday.
Half the squad will not even remember Just look at the players, they have players who can really make a difference. They will give us a big fight on Sunday.
From wildsnooker: "Ozil is being over hyped by non-English fans. I don't fear him at all. England have this won. We are better, and I am adament we will get a min result.
Our friends from Infostrada Sports have come up with a gem once more. Here it is: England goalkeeper David James has conceded five penalty goals in regulation for England, and two have been missed.
He has not physically saved any of the seven in total. He also faced seven penalties in the Euro shootout v Portugal - six were scored and one put over the bar by Rui Costa.
So in total, he has faced 14 penalties in an England shirt - 11 scored, three off target and none actually saved. Referee: Jorge Larrionda Uruguay.
So, England are unchanged for the first time in Fabio Capello's game reign.Am 1. September traf Deutschland in der Qualifikationsphase der Weltmeisterschaft im Olympiastadion in München auf England. England gewann das Spiel , unterstützt durch einen Hattrick von Michael Owen. Die beiden Mannschaften hatten. Spielschema der Begegnung zwischen Deutschland und England () WM-Qualifikation (Europa), /01, Gruppe 9 am Samstag, September Albtraum für die deutsche Fußball-Nationalelf: In München gewinnt England Die direkte WM-Qualfikation ist in weiter Ferne. Gesamtstatistik. 36 Spiele. (25 Testspiele, 2 EM-Quali, 2 WMQ-Europa, 5 WM, 2 EM). Deutschland 7. England Tore. WM-QualifikationDeutschland - England ()Olympia-Stadion München, Carsten Jancker, Michael Owen, Steven Gerrard, On 1 September Germany met England during the qualifying stages of the World Cup, at the Olympiastadion in Munich. England won the game 5–1, helped by a hat-trick from Michael Owen. The two teams had met most recently in , in the final match at the old Wembley stadium. Just as there was no doubt this was England's finest hour for over a decade - winning in Munich surely ranks above beating Holland at Wembley in - it was certainly Germany's darkest. The defeat of Germany has set an enormous number of records straight and a new generation of players and fans are moving on - unburdened by the weight of history and believing that England are good enough to play and beat anyone, anywhere. Victory against Albania in the next qualifying game is a must. For law students at German universities, a similar system to the 1 to 5 scale is used that comprises one more grade that is inserted between 2 (gut) and 3 (befriedigend), named vollbefriedigend. This is because the grades 2 (gut) and 1 (sehr gut) are extremely rare, so an additional grade was created below gut to increase differentiation.