Germany - Sweden 2:0 (2:0)

Match Number:	777
Date:		24 Jun 2006
Location:	München
Competition:	World Cup 2006, Round 2

A. Friedrich, Mertesacker, Metzelder, Lahm
B. Schneider, Frings (85. Kehl), Ballack, Schweinsteiger (72. Borowski)
Klose, Podolski (74. Neuville)

Edman, Lucic, Mellberg, Alexandersson
Jonson (52. Wilhelmsson), Källström (39. Hansson), Linderoth, Ljungberg
Ibrahimovic (72. Allbäck), Larsson

Attendance: 	66,000 (sold out)
1:0 Podolski (4.)
2:0 Podolski (12.)

Referee: 	Carlos Simon (Brasil)
Yellow cards: 	Frings - Jonson, Allbäck
Yellow/red: 	Lucic (35., repeated fouls)
This game was over quickly: two strikes by "Prinz Poldi" and then a Swede got his ass tossed. Germany dominated throughout the match and coasted. The Swedes were basically lame and never had a chance, even veterna striker henrik Larsson failed to convert a somewhat dodgy penalty.
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