Apparently the German did a tremendous job in the World Cup this year. Germany crushed its rival Argentina to move within two victories of its first World Cup title since way back in 1990. Football fans are turning out in the tens of thousands on the streets of Munich and Berlin to watch one of the best and highly-skilled German soccer teams ever put together.
Recently, Germany beat Argentina by storm 4-0. The beating was happened last Saturday and this means that Germany will now move on to the 2010 World Cup Semi-finals. Carlos Tevez, Argentine forward, said that they did their best and what they knew they were capable of doing. On the other hand, Diego Maradona, Argentine coach, simply said that he felt like he was just hit by Muhammad Ali.
Miroslav Klose, German striker, demonstrated his skills and scored two of the goals in the victory. This now brings the amount of goals that he has scored for this World Cup career up to 14 and ties the German record held by Gerd Mueller. This also means that Klose is just one goal shy of tying the World Cup record for most goals, which is currently held by Brazil’s Ronaldo. The German Klose has a good shot at beating this record.
Thomas Mueller and Arne Friedrich contributed a single goal to ensure the victory of the Germans. Germany handed the entire game and never looked back to see if Argentina was still even in the game. The German coach said that was a motivated and tactically flawless performance.