Germany v Italy, 02 July 2016

Score1-1 :: penalties 6-5 to Germany
RefereeViktor Kassai
CompetitionUEFA European Championship Quarter-final
VenueStade Matmut Atlantique, Bordeaux
Attendance38,764
Kick-off: 9.00pm local (8.00pm BST). Germany won 6-5 on penalties. After extra time - 1-1 at 90 minutes. Assistant referees: György Ring (Hungary) Vencel Tóth (Hungary) Fourth official: Szymon Marciniak (Poland) Additional assistant referees: Tamás Bognár (Hungary) Ádám Farkas (Hungary) Reserve assistant referee: Paweł Sokolnicki (Poland) Man of the Match: Manuel Neuer (Germany) Germany had not beaten Italy in eight previous major tournament meetings. Bastien Schweinsteiger came on after an injury to Sami Khedira, equalling the record for appearances at European Championships and World Cups finals held by fellow countryman Miroslav Klose with 37 appearances. Mesut Ozil put Germany ahead on 65 minutes. Germany looked the better side until Jerome Boateng gave away a penalty, with an unfortunate handball, which Leonardo Bonucci put away to even up the scores. As the game drifted into extra time, penalties seemed inevitable - and perhaps inevitably the Germans won, although both sets of players served up some appalling penalty misses. In reaching the semi-finals for the 13th time in their last 18 major tournaments, Germany extended their record of winning each of their last six penalty shoot-outs in the Euro and World Cup finals since 1976. That was despite missing more penalties in this shoot-out than they had in the whole of the last 40 years. In their final game under coach Antonio Conte as he departed to Chelsea, despite their impressive showing, this was the seventh time that Italy had lost a penalty shoot-out at a major tournament; now more than any other country.

1 (6)  Germany

Manager: Joachim Löw

1 (5)  Italy

Manager: Antonio Conte

Goals:

Mesut Özil 65 G

Goals:

Leonardo Bonucci penalty 78 P

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer (captain)
Defender Jérôme Boateng
Defender Jonas Hector
Defender Mats Hummels
Defender/Midfielder Joshua Kimmich
Midfielder Sami Khedira
Midfielder Toni Kroos
Midfielder Mesut Özil
Midfielder/Forward Thomas Müller
Forward Mario Gómez

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon (captain)
Defender Andrea Barzagli
Defender Leonardo Bonucci
Defender/Midfielder Alessandro Florenzi
Midfielder Marco Parolo
Midfielder Stefano Sturaro
Forward Éder
Forward Graziano Pelle

Substitutions:

Bastian Schweinsteiger for Sami Khedira 16
Julian Draxler for Mario Gómez 72

Substitutions:

Matteo Darmian for Alessandro Florenzi 86
Lorenzo Insigne for Éder 108
Simone Zaza for Giorgio Chiellini 120

Cards:

Mats Hummels 90 Y
Bastian Schweinsteiger 112 Y

Cards:

Stefano Sturaro 56 Y
Mattia De Sciglio 57 Y
Marco Parolo 59 Y
Graziano Pelle 91 Y
Emanuele Giaccherini 103 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Bernd Leno
Defender Shkodran Mustafi
Defender Jonathan Tah
Defender/Midfielder Emre Can
Midfielder Julian Weigl
Midfielder/Forward Julian Draxler
Midfielder/Forward Mario Götze
Midfielder/Forward Leroy Sané
Forward Lukas Podolski

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Frederico Marchetti
Goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu
Defender Matteo Darmian
Defender Angelo Ogbonna
Midfielder Antonio Candreva
Midfielder Daniele De Rossi
Midfielder Stephan El Shaarawy
Midfielder/Forward Federico Bernardeschi
Forward Ciro Immobile
Forward Lorenzo Insigne
Forward Simone Zaza

Comments:

Penalty shoot-out details (Germany went second ) 1 - Tony Kroos [scored] 2 - Thomas Muller [saved] 3 - Mesut Ozil [missed] 4 - Julian Draxler [scored] 5 - Bastian Schweinsteiger [missed] 6 - Mats Hummels [scored] 7 - Joshua Kimmich [scored] 8 - Jerome Boateng [scored] 9 - Jonas Hector [scored]

Comments:

Penalty shoot-out details (Italy went first) 1 - Lorenzo Insigne [scored] 2 - Simone Zaza [missed] 3 - Andrea Barzagli [scored] 4 - Graziano Pelle [missed] 5 - Leonardo Bonucci [saved] 6 - Emanuele Giaccherini [scored] 7 - Marco Parolo [scored] 8 - Mattia De Sciglio [scored] 9 - Matteo Darmian [saved]