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Gha V Uru - 1st Half - Bbc.mp4


Gha V Uru - 1st Half - Bbc.mp4

GOOOALLLLLLLL!!! SOUTH KOREA SCORESS!!! THEY HAVE DONE IT!! HEE CHAN-CHANG SCORES!! Son with a wonderful run from his own-half. He does extremely well to hold on to the ball. He releases the ball just in time for Chan who does well to time his run. Once Chan gets the ball, he makes no mistake in slotting the ball inside the net

Centre half Danilo Pereira is sidelined with broken ribs so 39-year-old defender Pepe is likely to keep his place and be tasked with marking South Korean striker Cho Gue-sung, who scored twice in three minutes against Ghana.

OK, that's all from me. Thanks for your time and your emails. If you can catch the second half of this match on some highlights package or other, I would highly recommend that you do so. The first half? I wouldn't bother, if I were you. A tip of the hat to Miroslav Klose, who scored in his fourth World Cup to join Ronaldo at the top of the all time World Cup goalscorers' list. You might be interested to know that he celebrated this milestone with a somersault. Miroslav Klose is 36 years old.

Peep! Peep! Peep! The referee ends the match after a marvellous second half that exploded into life after Germany went ahead through Mario Goetze. Ghana came from behind to take the lead courtesy of goals from Andrew Ayew and Asamoah Gyan, only for Germany to make it all square through Miroslav Klose.

Second half: Ghana get the ball rolling against a Germany side that has made a change. Jerome Boateng has been withdraw and has been replaced by Skhodran Mustafi, who once played part of a Europa League match for Everton, apparently.

21 min: Mertesacker intercepts a pass from Muntari to Gyan on the halfway line and plays the ball forward. The ball's moved on to Mesut Ozil on the right and he sends in a cross. Thomas Muller gets between two defenders and attempts to finish from six yards, but puts his effort wide under pressure from an excellent challenge from John Boye. The folks on Walton Mountain will be mighty proud.

17 min: Meh! Thisz match has yet to spark into life. It's early afternoon in Fortaleza and sweltering hot, by all accounts, so I suppose the players can be forgiven for taking it easy and not picking up the tempo. Germany squander a half-decent chance when Sami Khedira picks up a Mesut Ozil on the right and drills the ball low and hard towards the bottom right-hand corner from distance. Fatawu Dauda saves fairly comfortably.

3 min: Sami Khedira concedes a free-kick just outside the centre circle in his own half, with a late challenge. Sulley Muntari stands over the ball and his delivery is poor. Germany win a free-kick deep inside their own half.

Ghana's national anthem is played and it's a lot more upbeat than its German counterpart. It ends, the teams go through the ritual handshakes and interestingly, Kevin-Prince Boateng greets Mesut Ozil with a far warmer embrace than that which he extends to his half brother Jerome.

How the teams fared in their opening games. Due in no small part to the first half tomfoolery of pantomime villainy's Pepe, Germany's first excursion amounted to little more than a training session. They fired four past Portugal in Salvador, where Paul Wilson was The Guardian's eyes, ears and furiously typing fingers in the press box. This is how he saw it.

Most of the panels you see are aluminium, fixed to the carbon composite tub. That's been the principle for 'entry' McLarens for a while. But the all-new tub involves the safety cells for both people and battery, and the upper front wishbone mounts, while the lower mounts are part of the aluminium crash structure. The tub is made of four different new material sub-types. Right from the start of the project, target kerb weight has been 'under a tonne and a half'. The final figure is 1,498kg. There must have been some tense engineering meetings.

Now. Permit me to go a little self-referential for half a paragraph. Custom and practice when writing features about new cars we hav


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