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Already looking forward to France-Germany in Maracana on Friday. If Germany do not play significantly better, France will be in the semis— Oliver Holt (@OllieHolt22) June 30, 2014
Already looking forward to France-Germany in Maracana on Friday. If Germany do not play significantly better, France will be in the semis
Germany 2-1 Algeria after extra time.
Pass accuracy: 86%-71%.
#GER #ALG pic.twitter.com/ucG5IcHppX— Squawka Football (@Squawka) June 30, 2014
Germany 2-1 Algeria after extra time.
Pass accuracy: 86%-71%.
#GER #ALG pic.twitter.com/ucG5IcHppX
Germany (Schurrle, Ozil) 2-1 Algeria (Abdelmoumene Djabou)
WHAT A GAME. Best game of the SWC so far and there has been many.
Algeria falls out of the tournament as Germany progresses to play France in the quarter-final.
Mesut Özil with Germany's second. http://t.co/uDhjqKV0Tz— Football Vines (@Vine_Football) June 30, 2014
Mesut Özil with Germany's second. http://t.co/uDhjqKV0Tz
FIRST-HALF OF ET COMPLETE: #GER 1-0 #ALG Germany ahead through @Andre_Schuerrle's flick #GERALG #WorldCup #joinin - http://t.co/nPMmkoeLAV— FIFAWorldCup (@FIFAWorldCup) June 30, 2014
FIRST-HALF OF ET COMPLETE: #GER 1-0 #ALG Germany ahead through @Andre_Schuerrle's flick #GERALG #WorldCup #joinin - http://t.co/nPMmkoeLAV
70% of the earth is covered by water... the rest is cover by Manuel Neuer. #Neuer— Serious Goalkeeping (@SeriousGoalkeep) June 30, 2014
70% of the earth is covered by water... the rest is cover by Manuel Neuer. #Neuer
#VIDEO GOLAZO! Andre Schurrle gives Germany the lead with great back-heel goal! http://t.co/ei3KTKEtC9— FootballFacts101 (@FootballFact101) June 30, 2014
#VIDEO GOLAZO! Andre Schurrle gives Germany the lead with great back-heel goal! http://t.co/ei3KTKEtC9
Great improvisation from schurrle. Have to feel for algeria. #blatterout— Matt Le Tissier (@mattletiss7) June 30, 2014
Great improvisation from schurrle. Have to feel for algeria. #blatterout
Surely its Klose to that time... #WCgoalmachine— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) June 30, 2014
Surely its Klose to that time... #WCgoalmachine
Everyone saying that Algeria have done well to get to extra time. I disagree they deserve to win and hopefully will win. #ALG— Tim Cahill (@Tim_Cahill) June 30, 2014
Everyone saying that Algeria have done well to get to extra time. I disagree they deserve to win and hopefully will win. #ALG
Doesn't matter if you're a powerhouse like Brazil or Germany: Round of 16 games are hard for everyone.— Grant Wahl (@GrantWahl) June 30, 2014
Doesn't matter if you're a powerhouse like Brazil or Germany: Round of 16 games are hard for everyone.
Whatever happens Algeria have really played like the No.1 team in Africa!!— robertmarawa (@robertmarawa) June 30, 2014
Whatever happens Algeria have really played like the No.1 team in Africa!!
Rais M'Bolhi has made 7 saves already. What a hero. #ALG pic.twitter.com/48CMAtVmgE— Squawka Football (@Squawka) June 30, 2014
Rais M'Bolhi has made 7 saves already. What a hero. #ALG pic.twitter.com/48CMAtVmgE
Nothing is getting past him tonight. http://t.co/vb2Yq2Qxax— Football Vines (@Vine_Football) June 30, 2014
Nothing is getting past him tonight. http://t.co/vb2Yq2Qxax
15 min to go and both teams are really searching for the winner. #GER 0 - 0 #ALG.— SAFA.net (@SAFA_net) June 30, 2014
15 min to go and both teams are really searching for the winner. #GER 0 - 0 #ALG.
The Neuer punt. World class. http://t.co/2bdxYrqztd— Football Vines (@Vine_Football) June 30, 2014
The Neuer punt. World class. http://t.co/2bdxYrqztd
As of the 63rd minute, Germany have not completed a pass inside Algeria's box. #GER #ALG pic.twitter.com/96XDV7rLqj— Squawka Football (@Squawka) June 30, 2014
As of the 63rd minute, Germany have not completed a pass inside Algeria's box. #GER #ALG pic.twitter.com/96XDV7rLqj
The quality of goalkeeping at this World Cup has been extraordinarily high.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) June 30, 2014
The quality of goalkeeping at this World Cup has been extraordinarily high.
Lahm with a thunderous shot but Mbolhi is equal to the task— SAFA.net (@SAFA_net) June 30, 2014
Lahm with a thunderous shot but Mbolhi is equal to the task
Even the nil nils are brilliant at this World Cup.— Tony Barrett (@TonyBarretTimes) June 30, 2014
Even the nil nils are brilliant at this World Cup.
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FULL TIME AFTER EXTRA TIME GERMANY 2-1 ALGERIA: A very impressive Algeria almost snatched an equaliser straight from the kick off as the whistle then blows and Germany just sneak over the line and into a World Cup quarter-final showdown against France.
GERMANY 2-1 ALGERIA: Some justice is done for Algeria as they grab a consolation here as Sofiane Feghouli crosses in from the right of the area and Abdelmoumene Djabou converts at the back post.
GERMANY 2-0 ALGERIA: Germany have finished this now as Andre Schürrle has an effort blocked by Essaïd Belkalem but Mesut Ozil is on hand to smash in the rebound.
Christoph Kramer picks up a return ball from Thomas Müller but his effort from the right of the box is saved by Rais M'Bolhi.
Signs now that Algeria are tiring as their players keep dropping to the turf with cramp setting in.
A close but correct offside shout denies Abdelmoumene Djabou a run at goal.
Bastian Schweinsteiger is limping off to be replaced by Christoph Krame for Germany.
Philipp Lahm is booked as he brings down Yacine Brahimi when he looked to get away from him towards the area. The Algerian takes the free kick but it is straight at Manuel Neuer.
We are back under way as Germany look to get over the line or possibly kill the game as Algeria bid to finally get a goal they will feel their play has warranted.
HALF TIME EXTRA TIME GERMANY 1-0 ALGERIA: Germany are just ahead here but Algeria should not be written off. They will have to push more men forward and that could give Germany more chances to end the tie. While it is 1-0 it is not done and dusted.
We will have one minute of time added on.
Andre Schürrle sees his shot blocked and wins a corner which Algeria clear as Germany look to try and kill the tie off.
It should be 1-1 as Germany don't clear a corner from the left and it drops kindly to Mehdi Mostefa who somehow hits his shot wide from close range and with the goal to aim at.
Abdelmoumene Djabou is coming on for El Arbi Soudani for Algeria.
Sofiane Feghouli fires wide at one end before Thomas Müller curls an effort wide for the Germans. This is not over yet!
Rafik Halliche can't carry on after getting a great tackle to prevent Mesut Ozil getting through on goal and he is replaced by Madjid Bougherra.
Essaïd Belkalem blocks Thomas Müller's strike as he tried to look for a second.
GERMANY 1-0 ALGERIA: Andre Schurrle gets on the end of a Thomas Muller ball in from the left of the box and fires in from close range. The Germans are in front.
We are back under way in extra time here in Porto Alegre. If we can't find a winner in the next half-hour the Germans will probably be happy with penalties.
FULL TIME GERMANY 0-0 ALGERIA: Another last-16 tie is going to extra time as neither side can find the finishing touch in normal time.
Rafik Halliche stretches to deny Philipp Lahm a goal as Germany have a corner. Toni Kroos puts it in and Rais M'Bolhi makes the save.
It looks like another tie going to extra time with four minutes of injury time to play.
Bastian Schweinsteiger can't get any power in his header from a cross into the middle and it is easily held by Rais M'Bolhi.
Manuel Neuer races out of his area for the umpteenth time to clear his lines with Sofiane Feghouli running through on goal.
The elaborate training ground free kick comes to nothing as Thomas Müller slips over running between the wall and an offside flag goes up.
Essaïd Belkalem heads the corner clear before Jerome Boateng's shot is blocked by Sofiane Feghouli's arm. A free kick in a dangerous area for the Germans as Rafik Halliche is back on.
Aissa Mandi blocks a poor MNesut Ozil ball into the box. before the corner can be taken Rafik Halliche is down with cramp.
Thomas Müller thinks he has put Germany in front as he pulls the ball back inside Rafik Halliche but he can't finish in front of goal.
Thomas Müller's close-range header is brilliantly saved by Rais M'Bolhi as Andre Schürrle's follow up is blocked.
Bastian Schweinsteiger gets his head on the end of a right-wing cross here but can't get any direction on the header.
Yacine Brahimi is coming on to replace Saphir Taïder for Algeria.
Another quick break by Algeria but Jerome Boateng gets in the way of El Arbi Soudani's left wing cross.
Sofiane Feghouli fires just wide and then a shot from Islam Slimani is nstraight at Manuel Neuer as Algeria get back into this.
Algeria don't fully clear a German corner into their area and Rais M'Bolhi is grateful as Andre Schürrle fails to beat him from outside the box.
Manuel Neuer comes racing out of his area to head clear with Islam Slimani chasing a long ball forward. The keeper has done that a few times tonight.
Sami Khedira replaces Shkodran Mustafi as Philipp Lahm drops to right-back for Germany.
Algeria take the free kick from the left with Germany down to 10 but Faouzi Ghoulam's cross is cleared by Philipp Lahm.
Shkodran Mustafi went down awkwardly clearing the ball and it looks like he might have to go off.
Rafik Halliche brings down Bastian Schweinsteiger and having already been booked he needs to tread carefully.
Algeria's great first half appears to be catching up with them as Germany look to step things up to try and seal a win in normal time.
Germany have two quick corners now but El Arbi Soudani is on hand to clear both times to keep Germany at bay. They are on top at the moment.
Andre Schürrle puts a dangerous ball into the middle from the right but Aissa Mandi does well to cut it out.
Jerome Boateng does well to block a dangerous looking right-wing ball into the German area from Sofiane Feghouli.
Algeria's best chance will come on the break as Germany are pressing them back more and more at the moment.
Philipp Lahm forces a great save from Rais M'Bolhi and Germany's corner is cleared as the Europeans are making a better fist of things in this half.
A crazy start to the half as Algeria break in numbers but El Arbi Soudani's ball into the middle is blocked by Philipp Lahm before Bastian Schweinsteiger fouls Saphir Taïde but escapes a booking.
Manuel Neuer saves a corner at the second attempt. His big goal kick almost plays in Andre Schürrle who is denied by a last-ditch tackle.
Toni Kroos corner Shkodran Mustafi jumps high but sends his header straight at Rais M'Bolhi.
Good play down the right by Germany as Andre Schürrle hits a shot which hits off a defender and drops just wide of the far post.
We are back up and running with Germany looking to avoid a shock at the hands of Algeria and they have made a switch as Mario Götze is replaced by Andre Schürrle.
HALF TIME GERMANY 0-0 ALGERIA: The whistle ends the opening half and Algeria will feel they should be ahead. The Germans have been all over the place at times and will need to try and find their top gear to avoid a very long night in Porto Alegre.
Germany have gradually crept into this contest but face the break as just one minute goes up.
Toni Kroos tries his luck from outside the area but sees the strike curl away from the top corner of the goal.
Germany respond with their best chance as Toni Kroos' strike is parried by Rais M'Bolhi before the keeper gets down well to block the follow up from Mario Götze.
So close for Algeria here as a long throw gets knocked out to Mehdi Mostefa on the edge of the area and his shot back in hit off Jerome Boateng and rolled just wide of the post.
After a spell of possession Mesut Ozil tests Rais M'Bolhi with a shot the keeper spills to Thomas Müller to the right of goal but the striker inadvertently knocks the ball out of play.
Thomas Müller gets in ahead of Aissa Mandi but heads wide of the back post from a right-wing cross by Shkodran Mustafi.
Sofiane Feghouli tries to curls his free kick into the top corner from the left but hits it high over the bar.
Mario Götze is booked here as he fouls El Arbi Soudani on the edge of his own area.
The loss of Mats Hummels to flu is evidently hurting the Germans at the moment as Per Mertesacker has struggled.
Manuel Neuer races out of his box to clear Germany's lines as more hesitancy at the back very nearly handed Sofiane Feghouli a free run at goal.
The Germans can't even play the ball into the Algeria half of the field at this moment in time.
Mehdi Mostefa clears his lines for Algeria when the subsequent corner from the right eludes everyone in the middle of the area.
Mesut Ozil is picked out on the left and his attempted cross to the back post is tipped over by Rais M'Bolhi.
The lack of pressure on the so-called minnows is perhaps why we are seeing a lot of shock results in this World Cup.
Algeria continue to look like the composed side against the jittery Germans who are struggling here.
Germany are rocking here as Faouzi Ghoulam breaks into the left side of the box and fires a shot just wide of the far post. Great play by Algeria in the build up.
Algeria are denied by a good offside decision as the ball is headed in by Islam Slimani from Faouzi Ghoulam's excellent left-wing cross.
Rais M'Bolhi can only parry a strike from Bastian Schweinsteiger into the air before catching at the second attempt. Algeria then break and instead of teeing up El Arbi Soudani for a simple tap-in, Sofiane Feghouli lashes a drive over from a very tight angle down the right of the German area.
Another attack from Algeria sees Per Mertesacker get in a timely block tackle to halt the run of Islam Slimani who looked to break into the area.
Manuel Neuer races out of his box and is beaten to the ball down the Algeria right by Islam Slimani. However the keeper does well to block his strike from a tight angle. From the corner Jerome Boateng is fouled and the Germans win a free kick.
Mehdi Mostefa is very fortunate to escape a booking as he gives away a cynical free kick by pulling back Toni Kroos.
Rais M'Bolhi races off his line to take the ball after Philipp Lahm tried to play in the run of Thomas Müller inside the area.
Philipp Lahm finds the run of Shkodran Mustafi away down the right flank but he is denied by a poor offside decision.
Germany are just starting to edge their way into the Algeria half of the field in these opening minutes with no doubt one-eye on a game against France.
We are under way in Porto Alegre as Algeria look to pull off a shock and seal a last-eight spot against a German side who have not failed to reach the quarter-finals since 1938.
On paper this World Cup last-16 tie looks like a great draw for the Germans but Algeria will remind us that they have beaten their opponents in the two previous encounters - in a 1964 friendly and in the group stages at the 1982 World Cup in Spain. The Africans have also reminded everyone that they were eliminated from that tournament 32 years ago after Austria rolled over to hand the Germans a 1-0 win which enabled both European sides to progress at their expense. It led to all final group games kicking off at the same time in following World Cups. The Germans will look to avoid being on the end of a third defeat tonight and they come into the match having secured two wins and a draw - against Ghana - from their three Group G matches. There are also two players in their ranks desperate for goals. Thomas Muller will join Colombia's James Rodriguez on five goals if he notches and boost his Golden Boot hopes. Miroslav Klose starts on the bench but, following his goal against Ghana, he now needs just one more to become the World Cup's all-time leading scorer on 16.
Algeria starting XI: Mbolhi, Ghoulam, Belkalem, Halliche, Mandi, Lacen, Soudani, Taider, Mostefa, Feghouli, Slimani.
Djamel Mesbah, Carl Medjani, Nabil Bentaleb, Yacine Brahimi and Abdelmoumene Djabou all drop to the bench as Algeria coach Vahid Halilhodzic brings in Faouzi Ghoulam, El Arbi Soudani, Mehdi Mostefa, Saphir Taïder and Mehdi Lacen to make five changes to the XI which drew 1-1 with Russia and sealed second spot in Group H.
Germany starting XI: Neuer, Mustafi, Mertesacker, Boateng, Howedes, Lahm, Schweinsteiger, Kroos, Ozil, Gotze, Muller.
Shkodran Mustafi and Mario Gotze get the nod in place of Jthe ill Mats Hummels and Lukas Podolski as Germany coach Joachim Low makes two changes from their 1-0 Group G win against the USA on Thursday for this last-16 tie against Algeria in Porto Alegre.