Can Germany Go Through Without a Loss?

Published June 21, 2014 by OCR Editor

Can Germany Go Through Without a Loss?

Ghana's campaign to reach the next round could end tonight at the hand of Ze Germans.

The World Cup in Brazil has let fans down since the first minute of the first game.  The action on the pitch has been a thrill ride and the caliber of soccer we are seeing here is a perfect example of how the sport has evolved throughout the years.  

In the 28th match of the games this year, Germany will be taking on Ghana in Group G.  Ghana are the obvious underdogs going into this one and if Germany continues to have games like the one we saw against Portugal, there will not be much challenge on the way to the knockout round and beyond.  Ghana didn't manage to pick up a point against the US in a stunner. Everyone thought Ghana was to be the victor of the match but "them's the breaks" and they need to at least attempt to draw with Germany tonight.  

Leave it all on the pitch

For Ghana to even have a chance of drawing with Germany, they will need to come out a lot better than they did against the Americans as conceding a goal within the first minute is not the best way to start a game.  Ghana will need to depend on their big names like Andre Ayew, the sole goal scorer against the US and Coach Kwesi Appiah will need to get his team in the right frame of mind before the whistle blows at 9:00pm UK time. 

In their very brief history against one another, there have been 2 games played in which Germany scored 7 goals while conceding only 1.  Watch out for Thomas Muller and Philipp Lahm for Germany as they could be having another high scoring kind of game.  

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