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Neuer is playing two positions: keeper and defender.
Swiss (well German) army knife Lahm isn't bad either: Left, right, midfield, offensive, defensive. A "Boudewijn Zenden" version 2.0
Algeria is playing the best game in their history. It's as simple as that.
EDIT: GIVE US A KLOSEEEEEEEEEEEEE
EDIT 2: They hadto wait overtime to do this. It's already midnight here, I'm supposed to wake up at 05:30. Tomorrow is Belgium-USA at the same hour and then I'm supposed to wake up again at 05:30 on wednesday. WC is bad for my health
Last edited by zelllogan; June 30, 2014 at 04:59 PM.
Lucky bastards! XD
However, the game has yet to end.
If Germany end up winning, it doesn't change the fact that they suffered. Badmouth Brazil now is pointless.
Holy sh#t, look at Algeria!
Didn't watch all of it but...what a game !
It looked like it could have gone the other way until the very end. Awesome match from the Algerian, I feel a bit bad for them.
I think it was the best game of the cup so far
Hats off to Algeria. World class effort. Played better than most teams so far. Seriously. I say that because (despite what all the proud Germans might say...) Germany played pretty well, but couldn't break through for a loong time.
Also hats of to Neuer, that german talented bastard. I felt like I was playing Captain Tsubasa 2 where the German keeper was a huge wall...
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Last edited by Leoat12; June 30, 2014 at 05:40 PM.
that was some fine slapstick
aiight we'll crush germany np
More than France and Germany, today was the day of Nigeria and Algeria, they did very well.
The funniest is still Spain vs. Netherlands though.
If we play like this against France it will probably the end of the line.
Kudos to Algeria, they put in a fantastic shift to not only keep the germans at bay, but give as good as they got. The fact that the game wasn't still decided until that second goal, speaks volume for the team. I'm glad they got rewarded with that goal in the end.
I'm a bit concerned about the german defence, especially the central pair; Algeria had a dangerous situation with a straight pass that split the defense and nearly got through if it wasn't for Boateng's late intervention. They'll have to stay focused against France; though I'd still edge them over Les Bleus.