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Monday, 28 June 2010

Two Wins for Germany

As Germany cruised past England in the World Cup last 16, Sebastian Vettel led home two Brits in the Grand Prix at Valencia.

England equalised with a disallowed but clear Lampard goal. It seemed an incident that will finally silence the shouts of 'Kein Tor' in the 1966 World Cup final. That was a far less clear cut goal so maybe the books are balanced at last.

Meanwhile Mark Webber's Red Bull truly gave him wings as he launched off the back of Kovalainen's Lotus and disappeared into the air.

Germany spotted the frequent disappearance of England's full backs as being a hole to be filled. Our would be wingers seem to forget they are defenders and were caught out by intelligent counter attacking - unable to run back to their duties for the third and fourth Germany goals.

What can be learned from all this? Stay on the ground, do what your job description dictates. Generally less battles will then be lost.

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