6.26.2008

Germany – Spain: final preview

Spain vs Germany, Germany vs Spain. The last match of this EURO Cup will be played at Stadion Tivoli NEU, in Innsbruck, Austria.

Talking about history, Germany doesn’t “lose” any historical head-to-head. In that case, the stats says that The Mannschaft have won eight matches against Spain and tied six times. Spain won five meetings.

The Iberians won the first one, held in Köln. Germany have won four of last 10 matches, while Spain won two.

All matches since 1935

12.02.2003 Palma de Mallorca (SPA) Spain - Germany 3:1 (1:1)
16.08.2000 Hannover Germany - Spain 4:1 (1:0)
22.02.1995 Jerez de la Frontera (SPA) Spain - Germany 0:0 (0:0)
World Cup 21.06.1994 Chicago (USA) Germany - Spain 1:1 (0:1)
EURO 17.06.1988 München (GER) Germany - Spain 2:0 (1:0)
15.10.1986 Hannover (GER) Germany - Spain 2:2 (0:1)
EURO 20.06.1984 Paris (FRA) Germany - Spain 0:1 (0:0)
World Cup 02.07.1982 Madrid (SPA) Germany - Spain 2:1 (0:0)
EURO 22.05.1976 München (GER) Germany - Spain 2:0 (2:0)
EURO 24.04.1976 Madrid (ESP) Spain - Germany 1:1 (1:0)
23.02.1974 Barcelona (SPA) Spain - Germany 1:0 (1:0)
24.11.1973 Stuttgart (GER) Germany - Spain 2:1 (2:0)
11.02.1970 Sevilla (SPA) Spain - Germany 2:0 (2:0)
World Cup 20.07.1966 Birmingham (ENG) Germany - Spain 2:1 (1:1)
19.03.1958 Frankfurt (GER) Germany - Spain 2:0 (1:0)
28.12.1952 Madrid (SPA) Spain - Germany 2:2 (1:2)
12.04.1942 Berlin (GER) Germany - Spain 1:1 (0:0)
23.02.1936 Barcelona (SPA) Spain - Germany 1:2 (1:1)
12.05.1935 Köln (GER) Germany - Spain 1:2 (1:2)

9 comments:

Devo said...

España maravilló. Mucho me gusto este equipo, supo

jugarle a una Rusia que no supo doblegar a Casillas.

Solo Pavlyuchenko en la 1era parte, despues poco y

nada por parte de los dirigidos por Hiddink.

Me gusto mucho Cesc, volvio a ser el de siempre. Al

igual que Iniesta, que demostro ser el que todos

conocen, el del barça.
Güiza es un matador del area, mucha conviccion y goles

para el pichichi de el Mallorca.

Ahora veremos un España-Alemania, tal como predecia

Löw. Espero ver un triunfo de mis amigos ibericos, se

lo merecen por todo lo que estan dando.

Felicidades y a festejar, se viene la gran final el

domingo.

Saludos

Devo

mohit said...

Spain played beautifully in semis against Russia. They deserve to be a Euro 2008 champions.

Waiting to see a tough battle between Spain and Germany in Final.

Thanks&Regards,
Mohit Kumar

http://euro2008fanzone.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Hope and pray that Spain wins and that Torres will shine

Chady said...

Germany may have history on their side, but it may not be enough to defeat Spain.

Curious: Who do you think will win in the finals?
http://myguesstimate.com/UserHome.aspx

Anonymous said...

It will be a great game! May the best team win. It could go either way.

John T a.k.a Lil' Jizzay said...

It should be a great game featuring two really good teams. I am hoping Spain would win it. It is time for Torres shine in the Euro08. Go Spain.

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goalcentre said...

Everybody seems to favor Spain after their convincing performance against Russia. I will personally pick Germany for the Championship because of their big match experience. The Germans always do well when they are overlooked! :)

Patricia said...

that's gonna be an interesting one. spain's gaime is beautiful to look at and they are very energetic. germany has the better nerves though (an asset that should not be underestimated). as the spanish team is an emotional one I believe the team who scores the first goal will win.the match.the competiton.

kenan said...

Their game was so epic. I love to see their game again. athlete nutrition