Germany vs Poland Match Report, Highlights

The World Champion Germany and the Poland Match went Drawn and they both wont able to do any goal in the match. The match went Goal Less. The Both Teams Belongs to Group C and the match was scheduled for Stade de France which is situated at Paris. Poland who managed Germany and not gave them to Goal. The Poland had the world ranking of 27th No. in the FIFA. Which made Germany not to enter the 2nd stage of the Tournament after 1986.Germany and Poland who stands 1st and 2nd on the Group C standings with 4 points each had there Quater finals on 17th June at 12:30 AM Indian Timmings. Where as others team who got disqualified Northern Ireland and Ukarine with 3 and 4 points.

1 GERMANY 2 1 1 0 2 0 2 4
2 POLAND 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 4
3 NORTHERN IRELAND 2 1 0 1 2 1 1 3
4 UKRAINE 2 0 0 2 0 4 -4 0


Euro Cup 2016 GER vs POL Match Result

If We look at the results there is nothing as the Match went Goal less But we have to appreciate Poland who prevent there goal and managed to make the Game score less. Poland did well enough they got many chances from Arkadiusz Milik but he slip off on th 2nd while Lewandowski got his first Shot in th Tournament but got blocked by Germany player Boateng.The Both team will again seen on Tuesday. When There will be match of Poland Vs Ukraine and Germany Vs Northern Ireland.The first Half went Very Dull but there was a energetic play in the Second half where Milik Slipped off when he was trying to take the Goal. Still No Score

Germany vs Poland Goalscorers & Player of the match

There were no players of the match and the match went so dull in the first half were there was no chances found where the game was going and easy going game for Poland. In the second half a energetic game play was seen all though the match went Goal less but went quite interesting for the fans to see how Poland defended its self and managed Germany to do Goals. well These Team will face off again on Tuesday where Poland will take on Ukraine and Germany will be over Northern Ireland. So mark your Calendar for 28th June.