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Germany vs France 0-2 All Goals & Highlights - Semifinal Euro 2016 HD

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Germany vs France 0-2 Goals & Highlights Semi- final Euro 2016 HD


Antoine Griezmann scored twice as France beat Germany 2-0 at the Stade Velodrome to set up a Euro 2016 final with Portugal in Paris, on Sunday.

Germany enjoyed almost 70 per cent possession during a frantic first-half in Marseille but it was France who broke the deadlock in injury time at the end of the first period after Patrice Evra's header was adjudged to have hit the arm of Bastian Schweinsteiger.

Griezmann made no mistake from the spot (45+2) and the tournament's leading goalscorer was again celebrating in the 72nd minute after he capitalised on mistakes from Joshua Kimmich and Manuel Neuer to score his sixth goal of the competition to send Didier Deschamps' side to the final.

France had the luxury of naming the same starting line up in consecutive Euros matches for the first time in the country's history following their 5-2 quarter-final victory over Iceland, while Germany made three changes with Schweinsteiger, Emre Can and Julian Draxler replacing the suspended Mats Hummels and the injured duo of Sami Khedira and Mario Gomez.

The first big chance of the match fell to Griezmann in the seventh minute after he danced his way through the Germany defence, but his right-footed shot could not beat the dive of Neuer.

France looked the sharper of the two sides but Germany gradually worked their way into the contest with Thomas Muller snatching at a first-time effort after being picked out by Can.

The Liverpool midfielder was involved again minutes later as his deflected shot looked to be heading for the bottom corner before Hugo Lloris got down to his right to palm the ball to safety.

France went close to extending their advantage with four minutes remaining but Griezmann fluffed his lines in search of a hat-trick, firing his effort straight at a grateful Neuer.

It proved to be the Atletico Madrid forward's last action and he was replaced by Yohan Cabaye after getting a standing ovation from all four sides of the ground.

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Antoine Griezmann scored twice to send France to the Euro 2016 final
Antoine Griezmann scored twice to send France to the Euro 2016 final
Antoine Griezmann scored twice as France beat Germany 2-0 at the Stade Velodrome to set up a Euro 2016 final with Portugal in Paris, on Sunday.

Germany enjoyed almost 70 per cent possession during a frantic first-half in Marseille but it was France who broke the deadlock in injury time at the end of the first period after Patrice Evra's header was adjudged to have hit the arm of Bastian Schweinsteiger.


Germany-France talking points
Antoine Griezmann and Paul Pogba feature in our talking points from the Euro 2016 semi-final
Griezmann made no mistake from the spot (45+2) and the tournament's leading goalscorer was again celebrating in the 72nd minute after he capitalised on mistakes from Joshua Kimmich and Manuel Neuer to score his sixth goal of the competition to send Didier Deschamps' side to the

Griezmann of France celebrates scoring his team's second goal with Andre-Pierre Gignac

France, who become the first host nation to reach the Euros final twice, now have the opportunity to win their first major tournament since Euro 2000 and evoke memories of the side Deschamps captained to World Cup glory in 1998.

Griezmann is happy he managed to get over his Champions League heartbreak by scoring a penalty in France's Euro 2016 semi-final against Germany
France had the luxury of naming the same starting line up in consecutive Euros matches for the first time in the country's history following their 5-2 quarter-final victory over Iceland, while Germany made three changes with Schweinsteiger, Emre Can and Julian Draxler replacing the suspended Mats Hummels and the injured duo of Sami Khedira and Mario Gomez.

Germany had one final chance to pull one back as Kimmich turned the ball goalwards but Lloris kept his clean sheet intact with a tremendous diving stop to sum up Germany's evening.

TEAMS

Germany: Neuer, Hector, Howedes, Boateng (Mustafi, 61), Kimmich, Schweinsteiger (Sane, 79), Ozil, Draxler, Can (Gotze, 67), Kroos, Muller

France: Lloris, Sagna, Koscielny, Umtiti, Evra, Pogba, Matuidi, Payet (Kante, 71), Sissoko, Griezmann (Cabaye, 90+2), Giroud (Gignac, 78).

Man of Match: Antoine Griezmann