• 30 Jun 2014, Kick Off 9:00pm
  • Ref: Sandro Meira Ricci
  • Competition: World Cup
  • Estadio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre
Germany
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Algeria
120' Mesut Özil
92' André Schürrle
 
Result
121' Abdelmoumene Djabou
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    • 1Neuer
    • 21Mustafi
    • 17Mertesacker
    • 20Boateng
    • 4Höwedes
    • 7Schweinsteiger
    • 16Lahm
    • 18Kroos
    • 8Özil
    • 13Müller
    • 19Götze
    • 23M'Bolhi
    • 20Mandi
    • 4Belkalem
    • 5Halliche
    • 3Ghoulam
    • 22Mostefa
    • 8Lacen
    • 10Feghouli
    • 15Soudani
    • 19Taïder
    • 13Slimani
    • 3Ginter
    • 14Draxler
    • 6Khedira
    • 15Durm
    • 10Podolski
    • 12Zieler
    • 11Klose
    • 22Weidenfeller
    • 2Großkreutz
    • 23Kramer
    • 9Schürrle
    • 7Yebda
    • 1Mohamed
    • 17Cadamuro
    • 6Mesbah
    • 14Bentaleb
    • 21Mahrez
    • 11Brahimi
    • 9Ghilas
    • 16Zemmamouche
    • 2Bougherra
    • 18Djabou
    • 12Medjani

    Germany

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-3-3
    • 1 M. Neuer
    • 21 S. Mustafi (Khedira '70)
    • 17 P. Mertesacker
    • 20 J. Boateng
    • 4 B. Höwedes
    • 7 B. Schweinsteiger (Kramer '109)
    • 16 P. Lahm
    • 18 T. Kroos
    • 8 M. Özil
    • 13 T. Müller
    • 19 M. Götze (Schürrle '45)

    Algeria

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 23 R. M'Bolhi
    • 20 A. Mandi
    • 4 E. Belkalem
    • 5 R. Halliche (Bougherra '97)
    • 3 F. Ghoulam
    • 22 M. Mostefa
    • 8 M. Lacen
    • 10 S. Feghouli
    • 15 E. Soudani (Djabou '100)
    • 19 S. Taïder (Brahimi '78)
    • 13 I. Slimani
    Substitutes
    • 3 M. Ginter
    • 14 J. Draxler
    • 6 S. Khedira
    • 15 E. Durm
    • 10 L. Podolski
    • 12 R. Zieler
    • 11 M. Klose
    • 22 R. Weidenfeller
    • 2 K. Großkreutz
    • 23 C. Kramer
    • 9 A. Schürrle
    Substitutes
    • 7 H. Yebda
    • 1 C. Mohamed
    • 17 L. Cadamuro
    • 6 D. Mesbah
    • 14 N. Bentaleb
    • 21 R. Mahrez
    • 11 Y. Brahimi
    • 9 N. Ghilas
    • 16 M. Zemmamouche
    • 2 M. Bougherra
    • 18 A. Djabou
    • 12 C. Medjani
    • 2 Goals 1
    • 14 Shots On Target 4
    • 9 Shots Off Target 4
    • 1 Yellow Cards 1
    • 11 Fouls 20
    • 4 Offsides 4
    • 1 Hand Balls 2
    • 66.2 Possession % 33.8
    • 801 Total Passes 392
    • 691 Accurate Passes 265
    • 27 Crosses 23
    • 7 Accurate Crosses 2
    • 10 Corners 4
    • 16 Tackles Won 25
    • 18 Total Tackles 30
    • 2 Blocks 6
    • 5 Blocked Scoring Attempts 2
    • 11 Interceptions 23
    • 37 Clearances 32
    • 37 Effective Clearances 32
    • 15 Headed Clearances 16
    • 3 Keeper Saves 10
    • 10 Keeper Throws 3
    • 9 Accurate Keeper Throws 3
    • 8 Goal Kicks 13
    • 8 Accurate Goal Kicks 5

    Germany vs Algeria

    Germany have lost both of their previous meetings with Algeria in all competitions, scoring once and conceding four times.

    Their most notable meeting came in the 1982 World Cup Group Stage when Algeria beat West Germany 2-1. However, the African team were eliminated by West Germany’s mutually beneficial 1-0 win over Austria that saw both teams advance to the next round.

    That remains Algeria’s only victory over a European opponent at the World Cup, drawing three and losing four since then.

    Algeria are the sixth African team to reach the knockout stages of a World Cup (after Morocco, Cameroon, Senegal, Nigeria and Ghana).

    Germany have reached the semi-finals of the last three World Cups. No nation has ever made the last four in four successive tournaments.

    Joachim Löw’s side attempted 1999 passes (incl. crosses and corners) in the group stage, more than any other side.

    Thomas Müller has scored nine goals in nine World Cup appearances, including four in three so far in 2014.

    Müller has a shot conversion rate of 66.7% so far in the tournament, having scored four times from six shots.

    Algeria’s six goals have been scored by five different players. Only Colombia (6) had more scorers during the group stages of the World Cup than Algeria.

    Germany have scored the opening goal in all three of their games so far in the competition. Algeria opened the scoring twice in Group H.

    Miroslav Klose needs one more goal to be the World Cup’s highest scorer. He is currently joint-top with Ronaldo (15 goals).

    No team has scored more headed goals than Algeria at the tournament so far (2).