Germany Vs Georgia Telecast In India, IST Time | Euro 2016 Qualifier: After last defeat at the hands of Republic of Ireland, the world champions will now face Georgia in the second leg of Euro 2016 qualifier. Die Mannschaft have assured at least qualifier play off round, but they are desperate to qualify directly into the finals of Euro 2016 France. They are just one point away from to do so. Other side [Georgia] has been eliminated from qualifying as they have collected only nine points in nine games. The telecast channels and IST time of this game are given below.
Germany Vs Georgia IST Time In India
|Competition||Euro 2016 Qualifiers|
|Date||11 Oct [Local], 12 Oct [India]|
|Time||6:45 pm [GMT], 12:15 am [IST]|
|Stadium||Red Bull Arena, Leipzig|
|Seating capacity||25,189 spectators|
Germany vs Georgia will begin at 12:15 am on 12th of October 2015 according to Indian Standard Time. The Indian fans can watch it live on TV telecast channels on Liv Sports Live.
Germany vs Georgia Telecast In India
India: Liv Sports Live
Germany: RTL Television
Argentina: DIRECTV Play Deportes, DIRECTV Sports Argentina
Canada: Sportsnet World Now, Sportsnet Pacific, Sportsnet West
Chile: DIRECTV Sports Chile, DIRECTV Play Deportes
Denmark: EMKVAL, 6’eren
Hong Kong: Super Soccer channel 61, Cable TV Channel 201 HD
Japan: Sukachan 0, Sky PerfectTV Live
Netherlands: Sport1 Voetball
New Zealand: ESPN Australia, ESPN Pacific Rim
Norway: MAX Norge
Portugal: Sport TV1
Sweden: Kanal 9 Sweden
Switzerland: RTL Television
United Kingdom: Sky Go UK, Sky Sports 5 / HD, NOW TV UK, Sky Go Extra
United States: Fox Sports 1, Fox Soccer 2Go, Fox Deportes, Fox Sports Go
Germany’s defender Mat Hummels confirmed that he is angry his team. The player told “We were clearly not in a good mood. We are all annoyed at the defeat, and that fact that we have not managed a perfect qualifying.”
He later said “I don’t think we played badly, but it’s frustrating we couldn’t score to capitalise on our superiority. Now we know it can get very tight in the last game and we have to be dominant against Georgia and not let anything happen.”
Germany have to win the last game of qualifiers to qualify directly into the finals. A draw between Ireland and Poland and a defeat for Germany in the final round of matches could yet see Joachim Low’s side slip out of the automatic qualifying spots.
Georgia have been already eliminated from the tournament, but they can cause danger to the world champions. Can Germany qualify for the finals automatically? Have your say in the comment box below.