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Discussion in '2016 Olympic Women's Soccer Tournament' started by exref, Aug 19, 2016.
Crush them Germany show the toothless Americans and Brazilians how to roast a swede
I guess, by causing this own-goal, Maroszan just won Ballon d'Or 2016. What do you say, guys?
Oy vey...always a cruel way to go down another goal.
Not quite..but the race will be wide open, that's for sure.
And Sweden just said the game is not over!
Business is picking up
I'm cheering every goal. I don't give a f*ck! Yay, Sweden.
2-1. Well, it's a much more entertaining match than I was expecting, for sure.
65' 0-2 Germany mazy short-ping at box top right, tap back to Marozsán at 24m mid-right. One-touch(?) chip high to 8m center, Popp back-cuts the defense and stands under it, waiting -- volleys high wide right.
66' 0-2 Sweden subs in (2 of 3) #19 Pauline Hammarlund for #9 Kosovare Asllani.
67' 1-2 Asllani(?) passes from 25m center to Schough at 14m mid-right, one-touch pass to 5m center. Blackstenius lunge-slides past her mark and pokes past Schult, into 1/3 left.
68' 1-2 Germany longball from midfield wide left to arc top, Marozsán(?) chests ball facing away. Pass right to Leupolz at 14m mid-right, shoots to center low, Lindahl blocks with body but ball rebounds to 6-top. Sweden collect and clear.
70' 1-2 Germany subs in (1 of 3) #8 Lena Goeßling for #7 Melanie Behringer.
70' 1-2 Sweden subs in (3 of 3) #6 Magdalena Eriksson for #16 Elin Rubensson.
Why Bartusiak goes forward, leaving defense basically uncovered? Could have been a bad situation for Germany...
"Fischer anticipates before the pass." Of course, she does, she's Nilla.
76' 1-2 Marozsán ground cross from 5m wide right, stopped by Sembrandt(?) at mid-right. Maier collects, spins away to 8m, shoots left foot to center low, Lindahl smothers it.
78' 1-2 Seger swim-moves Maier aside with arms and hops past her, Maier slide-tackles and toe-pokes Seger in the shins. Foul on Seger.
82' 1-2 Popp lifts left knee to settle/poke a high ball at arc top mid-left, hooks that foot around Sembrandt's and trips past her. Foul, yellow card on Sembrandt.
83' 1-2 Germany subs in (2 of 3) #19 Svenja Huth for #13 Sara Däbritz.
84' 1-2 Germany fk at arc top mid-left, to 1/4 right high, Lindahl pushes it over.
85' 1-2 Schult distributes wide left toward Bartusiak stranded at circle back wide left -- Schelin intercepts, chases down to 10m wide right. Kemme recovers and harasses, Schelin cuts through 12m box right. Cross deflects high to 15m center, Seger settles but can't turn-and-shoot, steps forward and shot deflects wide right.
Let's go Mustard!!
I'll hand it to Chenard: she gives out cards when they are warranted. GF has been rather consistent tonight.
This match is lit: Germany dishing it and Sweden pushing back.
Ne1 got a good link to this... I'm on a bus in the middle of Colombian with wifi and trying to pick the game up somehow...
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Come on Sweden! Let's get OT!
87' 1-2 Sweden longball up wide left, Schelin chases alone to 15m, pulls up in a 1-v-1. Schelin drives to 3m mid-left, cross outswings to 9m mid-right. Schough settles, swings left roundhouse -- whiff 2nd shot blocked, Germany clear into far touch. Where is Germany's backline? They can't close out a game, either
89' 1-2 Germany serve toward 8m 1/3 left, bicycled away. 2nd serve to spot, Popp jumps and back-heads on-frame, Lindahl catches face-high.
89' 1-2 Schelin turns through box top mid-left to 10m, slide-tackled over.
90' 1-2 Schough left ck, to 4m 1/3 right, Schult slaps it away. Schough regains at 6m box left, jukes Maier to 2m mid-left -- cross drifts too far right, misses everybody, into far touch. Deflected? +2'.
90+1' (of +2') 1-2 Sweden right ck, high to 8m right post. Crazy sequence, ball leaks to Schelin at 6-top right, she can't turn-and-shoot -- ball trickles back to Schough at 9m, she can't turn either. Schough steps through the wall, pokes to Schelin -- they mark each other Germany clear.
arrgh! Sweden getting each other's ways! Yikes.
Sweden certainly has had their chances! Yeesh.
Yay, Germany! Yay, Sweden!
I ain't bitter. That was a fantastic display of football.
Auf Weidersehen, Silvia!
Good Match......Congrats Germany.......now go for the double.
Congrats, Germany! First-time Olympic gold medalists!
Sweden and Germany, thanks to both for entertaining us!
At least Sweden, has the chance to get a new manager!
Pia is now the winningest coach in the Olympics.
Two Golds and a Silver.
Congrats to Germany.