quaazi wrote:I wonder if you actually watched the game if you're calling what happened under the umbrella "possession game" terms. Spain bombarded the box with crosses (and it worked), they also constantly released Juanfran and Alba on overlaps. If next someone calls that tiki-taka, then I'm going to have to start punching people in the mouth. That fact is that Spain is a very well rounded side, whose defensive four (in total, I'm not calling anyone a better defender than Boateng here ) easily matches and then some that of the rest of the sides in the tournament. In midfield, none of Kroos, Khedira and Özil can hold a candle to Iniesta in current form. Only in offense do a few question marks remain, I'm not convinced of Nolito's quality for example.
The bottom line, though, is that Germany is facing issues all across the squad that Spain doesn't even come close to. And that's a problem for die Mannschaft with the Bundes-sniffer in charge.
JANCKER wrote:Btw there have been flares from Turkish fans as well which they've thrown after the final whistle... Spanish fans wanted to take some inside too but they were caught. Organizers are failing...Spain fans arrested for carrying neo-Nazi banners and flares ahead of Turkey Euro 2016 clash [source]
JANCKER wrote:There's no other way to pick the third best team than with goal-difference perhaps? What would be the tie-breaker if more 3rd placed teams had the same points, same goal-difference? I'm all for head-to-head over goal-difference.
JANCKER wrote:There's no other way to pick the third best teams than with goal-difference perhaps? What would be the tie-breaker if more 3rd placed teams had the same points, same goal-difference? I'm all for head-to-head over goal-difference.
ramsej84 wrote:Magyar ...
IMO that penalty was a wrong call...
I am only cause this 1-1 will help Portugal
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