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    Kazakhstan

    0

    Austria

    0

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    Croatia

    2

    Latvia

    0

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    Georgia

    1

    Greece

    2

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    Germany

    3

    Belgium

    1

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    Malta

    0

    Israel

    2

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    Turkey

    1

    Azerbaijan

    0

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    Macedonia

    1

    Slovakia

    1

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    Rep of Ire

    2

    Armenia

    1

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    Russia

    6

    Andorra

    0

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    Albania

    1

    Romania

    1

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    Hungary

    0

    Finland

    0

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    Moldova

    4

    San Marino

    0

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    Bulgaria

    0

    Wales

    1

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    Denmark

    2

    Portugal

    1

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    Norway

    3

    Cyprus

    1

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    Sweden

    3

    Netherlands

    2

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    Switzerland

    2

    Montenegro

    0

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    Italy

    3

    N Ireland

    0

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    Lithuania

    1

    Czech Rep

    4

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    Slovenia

    1

    Serbia

    0

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    Spain

    3

    Scotland

    1

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    France

    1

    Bosnia-Herz

    1

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFYING

Espirit Arena

Referee: Svein Oddvar Moen | Attendance: 52000

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Germany

  • Mesut Özil 30'
  • Andre Schürrle 33'
  • Mario Gomez 48'

3 - 1

FT

Belgium

  • Marouane Fellaini 86'
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Germany keep 100% record intact

Germany completed a perfect Euro 2012 qualifying record with their 10th win from 10 games by beating Belgium 3-1 in Dusseldorf tonight.

Two goals in the space of three first-half minutes from Mesut Ozil and Andre Schurrle put the hosts on course for yet another victory, with Mario Gomez adding a third just after the interval.

Marouane Fellaini grabbed a consolation in the 86th minute but it was not enough for Belgium to finish second in Group A.

They needed Turkey to lose at home to Azerbaijan but were left disappointed as Guus Hiddink's side clinched second spot with a 1-0 win.

Belgium knew that a win would be enough to assure them of a place in the play-offs for Euro 2012 and, with that in mind, they started brightly in Dusseldorf.

They spent most of the first 10 minutes inside the Germany half, but failed to find any way through.

Germany thus grew in confidence, taking on more of the possession, and there was no looking back after the opening goal after half an hour.

Toni Kroos' corner was met by Sami Khedira, whose shot was blocked. However, the Real Madrid midfielder did not give up and he squared the ball to Ozil, who drilled a shot in from just outside the penalty area.

Three minutes later, Schurrle made it two, practically ending the Belgians' hopes of reaching Euro 2012 - or at least taking their destiny out of their own hands.

Mario Gomez launched a quick counter-attack before feeding the Bayer Leverkusen midfielder, who comfortably beat Simon Mignolet in a one-on-one situation.

Gomez almost made it three on the stroke of half-time but, after a neat one-two with Khedira to get in around the back of the Belgium defence, his shot was blocked by Mignolet.

The Bayern Munich striker did not have to wait too long for his goal, though.

He scored Germany's third in the 48th minute after being put through by Ozil and taking the ball past Vincent Kompany before leaving Mignolet no chance with a shot from the edge of the area.

Fellaini grabbed a consolation with a header from Axel Witsel's corner, but it was too little too late for Belgium as the defeat ended their hopes of qualifying for Euro 2012.

Scoring Summary

  • Germany
  • Belgium

Match Stats

  • Germany
  • Belgium
6(4) Shots (on goal) 14(7)
6 Fouls 15
3 Corner kicks 10
1 Offsides 3
50% Time of Possession 50%
1 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
7 Saves 3

Teams

  • Germany
  • Belgium
Substitutes
Substitutions
Yellow Cards
Sami Khedira (76')
Axel Witsel (84')