World Cup

1990 FIFA World Cup Italy Semi-finals
Germany FR - England 1:1 a.e.t. (1:1, 0:0) 4:3 PSO
Match Date Time Venue / Stadium Attendance
50 04 July 1990 20:00 Turin / Delle Alpi 62628

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Match Officials
Referee
Jose RAMIZ WRIGHT (BRA)
Assistant Referee 1
Joel QUINIOU (FRA)
Assistant Referee 2
Armando PEREZ HOYOS (COL)
Goals scored
Andreas BREHME (FRG) 60', Gary LINEKER (ENG) 80'
Germany FR
Line-up
[1] Bodo ILLGNER (GK)
[3] Andreas BREHME
[4] Juergen KOHLER
[5] Klaus AUGENTHALER
[6] Guido BUCHWALD
[8] Thomas HAESSLER (-66')
[9] Rudi VOELLER (-38')
[10] Lothar MATTHAEUS (C)
[14] Thomas BERTHOLD
[18] Juergen KLINSMANN
[20] Olaf THON
Substitute(s)
[2] Stefan REUTER (+66')
[7] Pierre LITTBARSKI
[11] Frank MILL
[12] Raimond AUMANN
[13] Karlheinz RIEDLE (+38')
[15] Uwe BEIN
[16] Paul STEINER
[17] Andreas MOELLER
[19] Hans PFLUEGLER
[21] Guenther HERMANN
[22] Andreas KOEPKE
Coach
Franz BECKENBAUER (GER)
England
Line-up
[1] Peter SHILTON (GK)
[3] Stuart PEARCE
[5] Des WALKER
[6] Terry BUTCHER (C) (-70')
[8] Chris WADDLE
[9] Peter BEARDSLEY
[10] Gary LINEKER
[12] Paul PARKER
[14] Mark WRIGHT
[17] David PLATT
[19] Paul GASCOIGNE
Substitute(s)
[2] Gary STEVENS
[4] Neil WEBB
[7] Bryan ROBSON
[11] John BARNES
[13] Chris WOODS
[15] Tony DORIGO
[16] Steve McMAHON
[18] Steve HODGE
[20] Trevor STEVEN (+70')
[21] Steve BULL
[22] Dave BEASANT
Coach
Bobby ROBSON (ENG)
Cautions
Paul PARKER (ENG) 65', Paul GASCOIGNE (ENG) 98', Andreas BREHME (FRG) 110'
Expulsions
Penalty Shoot-out
Andreas BREHME 3Goal
Lothar MATTHAEUS 10Goal
Karlheinz RIEDLE 13Goal
Olaf THON 20Goal
Gary LINEKER 10Goal
Peter BEARDSLEY 9Goal
David PLATT 17Goal
Stuart PEARCE 3Saved
Chris WADDLE 8Missed

Turin (ITA) | 04.07.1990 |
Deutschland - England 5:4 (0:0, 1:1, 1:1) n.E.
WM-Halbfinale
Aufstellung:
Deutschland

Illgner
Augenthaler
Buchwald, Kohler
Th. Berthold, Hassler (67. Reuter), Matthaus, Thon, Brehme
Voller (38. Riedle), Klinsmann
England

Shilton
Walker, Wright, Butcher (70. Steven), Pearce
Parker, Waddle, Gascoigne, Platt
Beardsley, Lineker
Tore:

1:0 Brehme (60.)
1:1 Lineker (81.)
Karten:

Brehme
Parker, Gascoigne (2)

Schiedsrichter:
Jose Ramiz Wright (Brasilien)
Zuschauer:
62.628
Besondere Vorkommnisse:
Elfmeterschiessen:

1:2 Lineker

2:2 Brehme

2:3 Beardsley

3:3 Matthaus

3:4 Platt

4:4 Riedle

Illgner halt gegen Pearce

5:4 Thon

Waddle verschiesst

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England line up:-
22.Peter Shilton
12.Mick Mills(Capt)
17.Kenny Sansom
18.Phil Thompson
4.Terry Butcher
16.Bryan Robson
5.Steve Coppell
19.Ray Wilkins
11.Paul Mariner
8.Trevor Francis
15.Graham Rix

sub:Kenny Sansom for Phil Neal

France:-
22.Jean-Luc Ettori
3.Patrick Battiston
8.Marius Tresor
6.Christian Lopez
4.Maxime Bossis
13.Jean-Francois Larios
11.Rene Girard
12.Alain Giresse
18.Dominque Rocheteau
10.Michel Platini(Capt)
20.Gerard Soler

subs:Didier Six for Dominique Rocheteau,Jean Tigana for Jean-Francois Larios

England scorers:Bryan Robson 2, Paul Mariner
France goalscorer:Gerard Soler

att:44,172

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Quarter-finals
Leon / Nou Camp - Estadio Leon
Referee
Norberto Angel COEREZZA (ARG)
Germany
Maier -- Vogts, Schnellinger, Fichtel, Hottges -- Seeler, Beckenbauer, Overath -- Libuda, G.Muller, Lohr
Coach: Helmut Schon

England
Bonetti -- Newton, B. Moore, Labone, Cooper -- Ball, B.Charlton, Mullery, Peters -- F.Lee, Hurst
Coach: Alf Ramsey
Goals scored
Alan MULLERY (ENG) 31',
Martin PETERS (ENG) 49',
Franz BECKENBAUER (FRG) 68',
Uwe SEELER (FRG) 82',
Gerd MUELLER (FRG) 108'

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