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Germany Kill Off Sweden With Sliding Circus Shot Goal

And thus the German machine charges on. Germany dominated Sweden for nearly the entire 90 minutes in the Round of 16, save a brief spell late on when, leading 3-0, Sweden threatened to make a game of it by scoring once and spurning a golden 1 v. 1 with the keeper. Nevertheless, Germany came right back to squelch any budding comeback by restoring their three goal lead.

Above, Dzsenifer Marozsán pretty much slide tackles a low cross from a corner, hitting a perfect (and absolutely lucky) looper that beat Sweden’s keeper. Germany are on to the quarterfinals where they’ll face the winner of tomorrow’s France-South Korea match. (It will be France. And it will be great.)

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