Germany Vs France Live Streaming Quarter Final 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup
The FIFA Women’s World Cup quarterfinal battle will kicked off from 26th June with the match of Germany vs France. Both teams will take against each other on Olympic Stadium, Montréal. The third ranked France sealed their quarterfinal place by defeating South Korea 3–0 while number one ranked Germany thrashed Sweden with 4–1 and easily qualified to the quarterfinal. Germany vs France match have now become one of the most eagerly match of the competition as two top sides will clash to make their spot to top four. Enjoy here the live streaming of Germany vs France match online and don’t miss a single moment of high pressure game.
Germany Vs France Live Streaming | Quarter Final | 2015 FWWC
Date: 27th June 2015
Time: 8:00 pm [GMT]
Venue: Olympic Stadium, Montréal
TV Telecast channels: Eurosport International, ORF Sport Plus, CTV, TSN2,RDS
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Germany Vs France 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Match Preview
The world champion side Germany announced their arrival with 10–0 victory over Ivory Coast in the opening game but Norway side hold the ranked no. 1 side to the 1–1 scoreline in the second group game.
But team didn’t stopped here and once again they roared 4–0 win over Thailand. In the round of 16, they thrashed Sweden 4–1 and booked their seat comfortably in the 1st quarterfinal of the World Cup.
The third ranked side France started to the World Cup with 1–0 victory against England. They win all their group matches against Colombia and France respectively.
In the round of 16, they defeated South Korea easily with 3–0 and sealed the spot in the 1st quarterfinal against world champion Germany.
Germany: Angerer, Schmidt, Bartusiak, Maier, Krahn, Laudehr, Behringer, Bremer, Lotzen, Marozsan, Mittag, Schult, Sasic, Peter, Cramer, Leupolz, Henning, Popp, Petermann, Goebling, Benkarth, Kemme, Dabritz
France: Deville, Renard, Boulleau, Georges, Delannoy, Henry, Dali, Houara, Sommer, Abily, Lavogez, Thomis, Diani, Necib, Bussaglia, Bouhaddi, Thiney, Delie, Bathy, Butel, Gerard, Majri, Hamraoui