If you need a demonstration that football is indeed a game of two halves, look no further than Germany’s 6-1 demolition of Armenia in their final World Cup preparation match. The first half was a dull, goalless affair notable only for German star Marco Reus being worryingly carried off with an ankle injury, then after the restart, the hosts sprung to life to smash their visitors.
It took less than 10 minutes for Germany to create their first clear-cut chance of the match, with Philipp Lahm’s cross glancing wide on a point-blank shot by André Schürrle. Within five minutes, they’d given Armenia another scare, this time Marco Reus seeing an effort hooked off the goalline after he was threaded through by a perfect Thomas Müller pass. But for much of the half, the hosts created remarkably little in a disappointingly flat performance. With their passing lacking purpose and their opponents looking untroubled, Germany looked distinctly un-German.
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