Germany’s Victory over Australia (Photos, Video)

June 13, 2010

Germany defeated Australia, becoming the highest scoring team at the 2010 World Cup. Keep reading to know this full story plus check out the photo and videos below.

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Germany was missing Michael Ballack since he suffered an injury that left him out of the World Cup, but they were ready to take the field and be victorious and they were, no doubt about that, and check out this final score 4-0 vs. Australia – freaking Awesome!!

Not only did the German team control the ball and the game but their four goals made them the highest scoring team so far. While we expected the goals would come just from Mueller, Miroslav Klose Cacau and Lukas Podolski were the ones who opened and close the score while Mueller and Klose made one for their own too, together they defeated Australia 4-0.

Australia’s Tim Cahill might be facing the end of his appearance at this 2010 World Cup, he received a direct red card from Marco Rodriguez (Mexico) that will sit him on the bench for two games after he tackled Bastian Schweinsteiger. Rodriguez’a red card was not just booed by the Australian team but by the whole audience at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, in Durban, South Africa.

Germany Coach Joachim Loew was looking for powerful names in the front line, many had their hopes on Klose while eyes were on Sami Khdire now with Ballack gone. And Loew chose well, I bet he wasn’t expecting his replacing man Cacau would add the fourth goal for Germany.

In general every German player was outstanding, so connected with each other, fast and it would be way too hard to name who played the best, but if I have to give my pick it would be Mesut Ozil and Mario Gomez who were superb, but all the guys deserve an ovation they were all incredible, But do you have any favorites? Any thoughts about Australia? Leave us your comments and while you do that check out these photos and video below.

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Germany vs. Australia Video.

Photos: News Pictures, Joerg Carstensen

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