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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