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Discussion in 'Group C - Germany, Ukraine, Poland, N.Ireland' started by White/Blue_since1860, Jun 14, 2016.
Game Day Thread
Poland vs Germany last 5 years:
2:2, 0:0, 2:0, 1:3
Not so one sided as one could think. Hopefully it will be a good, tough game.
Yes I remember seeing the Poles beat the Germans in Poland during this qualifying phase, they were brilliant.
I also remember watching the clash at World Cup 2006 from a hotel in Liepzig - the clash on the field ended 1-0 with a Neuville goal, the clash on the streets of Liepzig that was another matter.
Hoping for a great game and no fan unrest....
Hummels is back
I hate this ref.
That was stupid from Khedira. It's only the third minute and now he has to be ultra cautious all game
45 minutes - 0 attempts on goal
It is clear to me what this game needs
Wow what a miss
Germany have lost their X Factor
Germany always underperform in the second game. 2014 World Cup, 2010 World Cup. Don't let this game fool you.
They look lifeless and have done so in the whole qualifying campaign since the WC.
No leaders. Klose, Bastien, Lahm haven't been replaced in the starting 11. No direction with the attack. Of course their still better than most teams in the tournament but I'd fancy Italy, England, France, Croatia, Spain to all get the better of them.
Another shutout for Poland ... Glik is one of the better center backs in Europe right now and will likely find a bigger club than Torino to move to. I expected Pazdan to be a weak link, but he's also making a name for himself and should move to a better league after this tournament ...
Look for Poland to beat a deflated Ukraine with another shutout and storm into knockout rounds with all the confidence in the world. It'll take a special team to eliminate Poland this tournament ...
Kamil Glik is going to move after this Euros, would love for him to stay in Serie A, he could really help Roma or Milan improve their defensive side of the ball.
Pazdan was really good as well. Kryschowiak had another great game, he is like a one-man midfield at times. Curious to see his next move....
Speaking of Serie A, I've seen Milik linked to several clubs like Roma, Lazio and Inter.
Will be an interesting summer for Polish players, several of them are in the shop window, including the young ones. I've seen Kapustka linked to Bundesliga and Zielinski linked to Liverpool or Napoli.
I've even seen Krychowiak linked to Barcelona, but these days Barcelona keeps an eye on all the good players out there.
England? I don't think so. They have been terrible. Even though they beat Wales, it was far from comfortable. The rest of the teams maybe though, although still not so sure against Croatia.
Yep, Pazdan is insecure as hell, he even made big mistake in N.Ireland game that led to one on one against GK situation. However yesterday he played like a world class player.
Germany attack is shit, Gotze as false nine is disaster, Draxler is meh, and noone knows what Muller tasks are, he is wandering around the pitch. Of course with Ozil, Kross they will still be creating some nice situations, but they have to step up to win tournament.
I think England showed great unity in coming back. Apart from Joe Hart blunder they played classic English style football. Didn't see much wrong with the performance. I think they'll grow in confidence from here.
Would love to see Milik join a Serie A club - a move to somewhere like Lazio where he'd be the main striker and really get a chance to breakout.
Zielinski deal has been agreed to Napoli between the clubs, but Zielinski seems to want to go to Liverpool.
Maybe Fiorentina as well, because they are in Europa League.
Kamil Glik is probably leaving Torino. I think it could be a busy transfer window for the Polish players if they keep performing well.
Fiorentina already has Rossi and Gomez to return to decide their futures, plus Babacar and Kalinic.
Lazio on the other hand have a shortage of forwards - Klose and Matri gone, Djordevic only the true forward remaining unless Keita Balde gets to play through the midfield.