Uploaded on Jul 9, 2011
Match 3: Germany 4 - 1 Andorra.
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The Mannschaft's pulse did not shake in their opening game in front of their crowd, and edged Andorra to earn first points of the season in this Euro Beach Soccer League they are playing at home. They will try to make the most of it to open the door to Moscow's Promotion Final next month, and to begin, they ran over the Pyrenean side. It was not all that easy, though, as Andorra are eager to grow in the game and fought all their options.
With the first hit by Dos Santos by mid first period, Germany seemed to quickly stepping on the right path, and kept controlling the ball and enjoying good chances in the following minutes. But what the 'Mannschaft' could not expect was Moreno's amazingly sending a brilliant overhead kick in for the equalizer in the 9th minute of the second period. Fortunately for the hosts, Ulle decisively deflected a shoot by Olli to recover the advantage immediately, right before their opponents realized the next steps to take to turn the hosts evening darker.
Once understood that one goal advantage was way too little, the German side went to increase that gap, something they managed doing thanks to third period hits by Torde and Dos Santos. These three points secure the German reaching the decision day on Sunday with all in their hands to lift the Division B cup in this Euro Beach Soccer League they are hosting, what immediately would mean the chance of fighting for promotion to Division A in Moscow.
Goals: 1-0: Dos Santos, min.6 (1); 1-1: Moreno, min. 3 (2); 2-1: Ulle, min. 3 (2); 3-1: Torde, min. 10 (3); 4-1: Dos Santos.
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