2006 FIFA World Cup Group A - Germany Vs Poland

Germany Vs Poland

14 June 2006
Germany 1–0 Poland FIFA WM Stadion Dortmund, Dortmund
Attendance: 65,000
Referee: Luis Medina Cantalejo (Spain)
Neuville 90+1' Report
Germany Poland

GK 1 Jens Lehmann
RB 3 Arne Friedrich 64'
CB 17 Per Mertesacker
CB 21 Christoph Metzelder 70'
LB 16 Philipp Lahm
RM 19 Bernd Schneider
CM 8 Torsten Frings
CM 13 Michael Ballack (c) 58'
LM 7 Bastian Schweinsteiger 77'
CF 11 Miroslav Klose
CF 20 Lukas Podolski 71'
MF 22 David Odonkor 68' 64'
FW 10 Oliver Neuville 71'
MF 18 Tim Borowski 77'
Jürgen Klinsmann

GK 1 Artur Boruc 89'
RB 4 Marcin Baszczyński
CB 19 Bartosz Bosacki
CB 6 Jacek Bąk (c)
LB 14 Michał Żewłakow 83'
CM 7 Radosław Sobolewski 28', 75'
CM 16 Arkadiusz Radomski
RW 21 Ireneusz Jeleń 90+1'
AM 15 Euzebiusz Smolarek
LW 8 Jacek Krzynówek 3' 77'
CF 9 Maciej Żurawski
DF 18 Mariusz Lewandowski 77'
DF 17 Dariusz Dudka 83'
FW 23 Paweł Brożek 90+1'
Paweł Janas
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Man of the Match:
Philipp Lahm (Germany)

Assistant referees:
Victoriano Giraldez Carrasco (Spain)
Pedro Medina Hernández (Spain)
Fourth official:
Khalil Al Ghamdi (Saudi Arabia)
Fifth official:
Fathi Arabati (Jordan)

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