All discussion here.
All discussion here.
Germany have looked much better so far in the knockout stages but this Spain midfield can run rings around Schweinsteiger and Khedira if they play upto potential and Del Bosque picks the right combination. Hopefully they and the Dutch can make it a "typical World Cup underachievers" clash in the final.
Jerry by plenty. Spain already choking hard.
Germany's movement is a thing of beauty too, tbh. Look so much the better team.
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Not much changed since the Euro final. Germany still playing the brand of football they have since 06, lovely to look at but ultimately comes up short.
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Originally Posted by Adolf Grünbaum
Germany, and I hope they win the lot, and I suspect if they polish off Spain then they will. Have surely got enough in the tank to see off Holland or Uruguay.
Last edited by sledger; 03-07-2010 at 05:34 PM.
i don't care what anyone says i think germany has a good chance to win the world cup.
Got Germany in my works sweeps. Love to see Spain Holland final, but money makes me want Germany.
Originally Posted by Partyush
Spain are practically running on empty, and have come into this tournament with all their major players bar Villa nursing injuries.
On paper Spain should win, but the form of the two teams coming into the match for me makes the Germans slight favourites.
I can't believe Bastian Schweinsteiger is only 25, I would of wagered that he was older then that. Guy's been around for a while.
25 years to be exact....
He's got 70 odd caps already, should be odds on to beat the German caps record no problem.
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