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soccerates2010-05-04 06:50:13 +0000 #1
To all the hateres, the ignoramuses (including RM7 ) and others that claimed a German victory.... come out from your hiding and defend yourselves

Will the

trolls show up? for their requisite beating?

Seriously, I love you all. You all try so hard, and it's all in good fun

After Klinsman and Ballack both openly said that this was an important match, and that Germany needed a victory over a respectable European side it's back to the drawing board for the Germans

This German team was outclassed in every single way. Only when the Mattress was inserted did Lippi try to even the score a little, because up to that point the angle that the German players were taking (even Ballack) was to break every ankle of the Italians that they could. Especially that fouling Huth (Hack) and Frings (Whack) and then Mertsecker (Smack). Huth kicks Toni after a whistle is blown. Smack kicks DP's ankle when the ball is about 20 feet away from him...and Whack was finally warned with a yellow, should have been a after three brutal fouls.

Even their superstar Ballack was reduced to slide tacking De Rossi and Pirlo completely marked him out of the game...a man half his size

Germany only scored when Mattress was inserted, and how ironic that our donkey gave their donkey the opportunity after they were both doing their best mating impression by hugging each other. I was afraid a mule would come out the other end.

All in all, Lippi has proven himself to me. He's a masterful tactician. OH

AND haters...smoke on this

Italy did not stop attacking till the 80th minute or so when the subs were made. Abominus...I hope you watched the game you pathetic troll...

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1' Germany opens off and tries to penetrate Grosso's side but it goes out of touch

2' Italia match with DP on the left bringing it down and getting "sacked" down by Mertsacker

3' Grosso get's tripped up by Diesler...DP curls it in, Gilardino get's on the rebound and ITALIA 1 - Germania 0

6' OMG 2-0 Gilardino and Toni find themselves behind the German defense all by themselves. Gila passes to Toni who is tripped up but not before getting the 2nd!

9' Germany trying to mount something here, but it's just physical play. Ballack elbows Pirlo.

11' Diesler tries from distance...wide of the net

12' DP hacked down again on the left side...but curls one in just wide of Gilardino

13-15' Italy continue to press and maintain a high midfield position

17' Frings tries another long ball very high of the net.

18' corner Germany...Italy clear...but Frings gets another long ball on Buffon - easy save

20' Corner Italia - nothing manifests from it.

23' Excellent save from Buffon. First time Germany threatens...Buffon makes a diving save!

26' Germany trying from crosses but finding no one...Italy maintaining high midfield pressure.

27' WOW! DP playing like a man possessed. After this performance he must be guaranteed a shirt for the cup. Good pressure...easily one of our best players when the Germans aren't hacking him down!

28' Mertsecker is one dirty SOB...taking Gilardino down with a nice hip check then landing on him.

30' Gilardino is set free but chips just high of the net.

32' Finally a yellow card shown to fouling Frings...he hacks DP to the ground after DP dummies him!

33' German Huth keeps up the fouling by kicking Toni after the whistle. Whistle blown after Huth tries to provide himself as a jacket for Toni after trying to cover him.

35' Damn, even Ballack hacks down De Rossi...what is up?

37' Toni penetrates...Germany clear....

38' DE ROSSIIIIIIIII 3-0. Camo takes a cross heads it towards De Rossi...De Rossi heads it in!!!

40' DP hacked down again by Mertsecker...***k that guys is beginning to annoy me!!!!

43' Another Friggen FOUL off the ball, outside of the play. Lippi raises his hands in disgust, asking WTF?!?

4' [1 - 0] A. Gilardino

7' [2 - 0] L. Toni

39' [3 - 0] D.D. Rossi

--------------------Half time--------------------

Wow. What a performance by the Azzurri so far. DP is making a meal out of the Germans, who in turn are trying their best to break every bone in his body. Lovely...DP keeps dribbling them. Very nice!

2nd Half kicks off

Changes:

Germany - Asamoah in, Podolski out.

Italia - none

2' Gilardino get's behind the D but he is offside.

4' Asamoah tries to dribble Cannavarro, but is stumped

5' Gilardino get's kicked in the ankle, Perrotta warms up.

6' Diesler gets a warning from the ref for being rough

7' Klose tries to get around Cannavarro. Canna shuts him down, so Klose slides at his ankles.

9' Corner won by Asamoah, Crossed in but Toni clears. Sent back in by Mert and Ballack heads over the bar.

11' Schneider tries a half volley from outside the box, but it also goes over the bar. Buffon looking comfortable right now.

13' Del Piero, despite having about 6 attempts at breaking his ankles by the foulers...scores his goal for the Azzurri. One of our more dominant players today...Gilardino dribbles Mertsecker..crosses in for Camo, who heads to DP who heads in.

Camo another brilliant assist!!

4 - 0 Italia!!!

15' Klose trips DP - another attack on our brilliant #10 for today!

17' Ballack on te left unmarked, tries a shot, but it goes about 20 ft wide.

18' Gilardino subbefd for Perrotta - good idea Lippi! Perrotta will bring more midfield pressure and push DP up higher.

24' World Class save by Buffon. Germany came close, except it was almost an own-goal by Toni, but Buffon was positioned and made a superb reflex save on a miss kick by Toni!!

27' Germany try another shot from out wide. Can't remember the name of the player but it's about 40 ft wide.

33' Camoranesi penetrate. Lehmann makes a diving save, knocking it out into touch. DP takes the corner, but Germany clear. Zaccardo wins it back to Camo who runs his man and crosses in. It's dropped back to DP who cracks it but blocked by a German.... 73'rd minute and ITALIA IS STILL ATTACKING....

35' Nesta out, Maerazzi in.... hmmmm.... but OK...give him some playing time. DP Out too, Iaquinata in. Good moves Lippi!!!

37' I take that back, our donkey Materazzi is made an ass by Germans donkey Huth and Huth scores on the corner... Donkey Materazzi!!! Seriously, Mattress was hugging Huth, it looked like two Donkey's mating.

42' The Mattress fouls another German giving them a FK outside the 18. He makes me nervous that Donkey of ours. Huth cracks it again...tries to get his own rebound and goes head to head with the other Mule - Mattress.... These donkeys really like each other it seems.

43' Pasqual in, Camo out...good move as Matterazzi sux

44' Grosso makes a run up field but Huth body checks him into touch...gee, quelle surprise huh? Not.

46' Final corner by Germania...no go...Pasqual clears...and the ref blows the whistle. Germany got doused!


soccerates2010-05-04 07:03:09 +0000 #2
RM7, Nachi, Pfiefe, 90210, where art tho

1-Midfield was Italia's and Ballack couldn't do anything there. Pirlo rendered him ineffective...

2-Defence was very great, before getting Mr. Materazzi in in Minute 80, when the German goal came in...

3-Spectacular playing by most of the players, especially Del Piero, Grosso, Buffon, De Rossi, Camoranesi and Gilardino...

4-Iaquinta's calling for such a match is still not understandable, at least to me...

5- Italian players came to enjoy and not to fight, unlike the German counterparts....Great spirit indeed...

6 - Buffon is back. Made a world class reflex save on Toni

of all people. Toni tried to clear a ball but almost slotting it into his own net, but Buffono was there with a diving save!
valdanito2010-05-04 07:17:49 +0000 #3
incredible. all i have to comment.
r0naldo4life2010-05-04 07:48:58 +0000 #4
haha what a wooping, great game ...

looks like them germans cant count themselves as shared favorites alongside brazil anymore ey

beautiful game by italy. if only totti was there, wonder what the score wouldve been then LOL
soccerates2010-05-04 07:38:31 +0000 #5
Hmm...two games without Totti and with Del Piero and Italy put on impressive attacking displays against both Holland and Germany. With or without Totti we are going to do our best to challenge for the cup. Either way I'm confident we can put up teams strong enough to do it.
RaulMadrid72010-05-04 07:31:55 +0000 #6
soccerates, I never hated Italy or loved Germany.

But I guess Germany just doesn't have what it takes anymore, even with Totti gone Italy taught Germany a lesson.

Anyways I was watching Argentina lose 2-3 to Croatia.
soccerates2010-05-04 08:44:15 +0000 #7
Quote:

Originally Posted by RaulMadrid7

soccerates, I never hated Italy or loved Germany.

But I guess Germany just doesn't have what it takes anymore, even with Totti gone Italy taught Germany a lesson.

Anyways I was watching Argentina lose 2-3 to Croatia.

Don't worry, you can take what I say about you with a grain of salt...I recognize that you just don't know better I'm just reminding you of your 2-3 Germany win over Italia prediction

which was wrong, as per usual, when you predict games Italy is involved with

Wot about them Iranians huh? Think they'll make a move in the cup? And wots op with Svierge?
RaulMadrid72010-05-04 09:47:01 +0000 #8
Quote:

Originally Posted by soccerates

Don't worry, you can take what I say about you with a grain of salt...I recognize that you just don't know better I'm just reminding you of your 2-3 Germany win over Italia prediction

which was wrong, as per usual, when you predict games Italy is involved with

Wot about them Iranians huh? Think they'll make a move in the cup? And wots op with Svierge?

Iran 3-2 Costa Rica. Easy game for Iran but still a confidence booster.

Sweden spanked by the Irish. That's all I have to say.

Anyways I just saw the highlights for Italy-Germany.

Gilardino, Toni, DelPiero, De Rossi all scoring shows Italy isn't relying on defenders to score anymore, they have finally refreshed.

But Germany... Huth?

I was seriously expecting more for Germany, but to see them hack down Italians of all people, just shows there is something wrong in their confidence with the coach and have almost no idea of what they are doing on the field against a team that breaks them apart.

Anyways, let's hope Italy can do that in the World Cup because Germany isn't exactly the biggest competition to prove yourself against.

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