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Germany 2008 EURO Home kit XL

Germany 2008 EURO Home kit XL

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Condition: ★★★★★

The fanela that carried ''Mannschaft'' in the final of the 2008 Euro is in excellent condition. It contains Adidas Clima Cool technology and it's in size XL.

Germany had a strong performance in the 2008 UEFA European Championship, also known as Euro 2008, which was hosted by Austria and Switzerland. Here's a summary of their performance in the tournament:

  1. Group Stage:

    • Germany was drawn into Group B along with Croatia, Poland, and co-hosts Austria.
    • They began their campaign with a 2-0 victory over Poland, with Lukas Podolski and Michael Ballack scoring the goals.
    • In their second group match, they faced Croatia and suffered a 2-1 defeat.
    • In the final group match, Germany defeated Austria 1-0, securing their place in the knockout stage.
  2. Knockout Stage:

    • In the quarter-finals, Germany faced Portugal and won 3-2 in a thrilling match. They advanced to the semi-finals.
  3. Semi-Finals:

    • In the semi-finals, Germany played against Turkey and won 3-2 in the closing moments of the match, earning them a place in the final.
  4. Final:

    • Germany faced Spain in the final, which took place on June 29, 2008, in Vienna, Austria.
    • Germany lost to Spain 1-0 in the final, with Fernando Torres scoring the only goal of the match.
    • As a result, Germany finished as the runner-up in the tournament.

Although they didn't win the tournament, Germany's performance in Euro 2008 was highly commendable, reaching the final and narrowly losing to Spain. It was a strong showing by the German national team in the competition.

Some of the standout players for Germany in that tournament included:

  1. Michael Ballack: The experienced midfielder and team captain was a key figure for Germany in Euro 2008. He provided leadership on the field and contributed with both goals and assists.

  2. Lukas Podolski: Podolski was an important attacker for the German team. He scored crucial goals during the tournament and was a constant threat with his pace and shooting ability.

  3. Miroslav Klose: Klose was a prolific striker who had a strong presence in the penalty area. He scored important goals for Germany in Euro 2008 and has been a top scorer in multiple international tournaments.

  4. Philipp Lahm: Lahm, who played as a full-back, was known for his defensive solidity and his ability to support the attack. He was a key part of the German defense and provided valuable assists.

  5. Bastian Schweinsteiger: Schweinsteiger played in midfield and was known for his passing ability and work rate. He played a vital role in controlling the midfield and setting up attacks.

  6. Jens Lehmann: The experienced goalkeeper was a reliable presence between the posts and made important saves throughout the tournament.

These players, along with the rest of the German squad, formed a strong and competitive team during Euro 2008, reaching the final of the competition.

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