Germany World Cup 2006


After this, their passag to the final became comfortable, first defeating the Ukraine 3-0 in the last eight, courtesy of two goals from Serie A golden boot winner Luca Toni, and then the 2–0 semi-final win over Germany, who were the runners-up in 2002 and also the host nation this time around. Italy netted in both goals in the remaining few minutes of extra time (through Fabio Grosso and Alessandro Del Piero), putting an end to the Germans' record of never losing a match in Dortmund. Following the first goal, the Germans, desperate to level, pushed players further up the field, awarding the Italians with the chance to go two goals up.




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