Balotelli Dwigol Stop Records Germany


WARSAW - Italy finally made sure of the final of Euro 2012 after overthrowing Germany in the semi-finals with a score of 2-1, Friday (06/29/2012). Two goals from Italian striker Mario Balotelli was created, while the German by Mesut Ozil.
This double defeat for the Germans as well as sorrow. Der Panzer achievement unbeaten in 15 games in a row finally stopped.
Played at the Stadium Narodowy, Gli Azzurri forces are not too tight to get enough resistance from the Der Panzer. In fact, the German coach Joachim Low lowering Mario Gomez and Lukas Podolksi from the beginning.
Unfortunately, slick appearance of the first round of direct Balotelli made Gli Azzurri 2-0. Meanwhile, Der Panzer entertainment can scored in injury time penalty kick pass from Ozil.
With this victory Italy are entitled to the Euro 2012 finals. In the final round later Italy will challenge the Spanish who first advanced to the finals after defeating Portugal by a shootout.
First Round:Both teams directly involved in sale and purchase of attacks since the first half kickoff. Italy opened the first chance in the third minute through Mario Balotteli, unfortunately the ball was still able to hold goalkeeper Manuel Neuer.
Meanwhile, Der Panzer began his chances through header Mats Hummels at minute 6. But, Andrea Pirlo and still be able to handle the ball directly secured by Buffon.
Six minutes later turn Bastian Schweinsteiger scored the opening try for the Germans. However, the back row of Gli Azzuri with a swift break the chances of Bayern Munich.
Too cool to attack the Germans even have conceded first counter-attack by Italian players. Antonio Cassano managed to break through the left sector and away from three defenders Germany.
Cassano was immediately release the feed side toward the front of the German goal. Mario Balotelli is located at the mouth of the goal with ease menandukan the ball to the goalkeeper Manuel Neuer in the 20th minute. Meanwhile, Italy winning 1-0 over Germany.
The 35th minute goal Samir Khedira almost replied Italy. However, hard kick from outside the box is still capable ignored Buffon. Balotelli again surprising the German goal in the 36th minute.
Well, Manchester City's German goalkeeper managed to break away after getting feedback from Montolivo. Balotelli is directly off the offside trap to kick firmly into the German goal.
Italy were 2-0 up from Der Panzer troops. Unfortunately, Balotelli should get a yellow card after scoring a goal, because to celebrate with their clothes off. Position until the end of the first half remained 2-0 to Italy.
Second round:Balotelli again opened up opportunities in the second round at the 56th minute. However, his shot from inside the box was wide.
Marco Reus who replaced goalkeeper almost Podolksi Italy through his free-kick. However, once again Buffon is still strong in goal kicking Italy to Reus dismissed in the 61st minute it.
Gli Azzurri back line defense complicate Der Panzer, now turn Claudio Marchisio in the 67th minute. However, hard kick from outside the box was wide to the side of the goal Neuer.
To-75 minutes-longer lag Marchisio scored the opportunity for Gli Azzuri. Unfortunately, these efforts still failed to convert chances into goals. Meanwhile, Germany created the opportunity through a header from a corner kick from the Hummels Kroos, but tandukkannya still soar over the goalkeeper Buffon.
Antonio Di Natale is replacing Balotelli almost scored a third goal for Italy. However, opportunities are created in the 82nd minute it was still far from the goal kick Der Panzer.
Disastrous for Italy came at minute 91 after Federico Balzaretti do hands ball, eventually the referee immediately assign it to the white point. Mesut Ozil is not a penalty and wasted opportunity to make the score 1-2 after the second round.
The composition of players:Germany: 1-Manuel Neuer; 5-Mats Hummels, 14-Holger Badstuber, 16-Philipp Lahm, 20-Jerome Boateng (Thomas Muller'71); 6-Sami Khedira, 7-Bastian Schweinsteiger, Lukas Podolski 10-(Marco Reus '46), 18-Toni Kroos, 8-Mesut Ozil; 23-Mario Gomez (Miroslav Klose'46)
 
Italy: 1-Gianluigi Buffon; 3-Giorgio Chiellini, 6-Federico Balzaretti, 15-Andrea Barzagli, 19-Leonardo Bonucci, 8-Claudio Marchisio, 16 - Daniele De Rossi, 18-Riccardo Montolivo (Thiago Motta '64), 21 -Andrea Pirlo; 9-Mario Balotelli (Antonio Di Natale '70), 10-Antonio Cassano (Alessandro Diamanti '58)

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