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Two German teams win glory for their country

by John Deng (writer), NewYork, March 17, 2012

The contention games for the last eight of Europe League in 2011/12 season have come to an end after a long time.

The contention games for the last eight of Europe League in 2011/12 season have come to an end after a long time. The two German teams including Hannover and Schalke 04 are unbeaten to promote. Among the eight teams, there are two German teams. There is no doubt that the German is the very excellent in soccer all over the world. German soccer jersey is a symbol of the football spirit for the German fans.

Hannover won over Standard Liege with a great score 4 to 0. In the first leg the two teams came to a 2-2 draw. Before the game, the both team players kept silence to mourn for the 28 Belgian victims in a car accident happed in Swiss tunnel. At the 4th minute Jan Schlaudraff passed the ball to Labbe from restricted area right side, and then Labbe shot to break before the small restricted area. A few minutes later, Van Damme head goal hit the right column, and Hal Robson Kanu missed the opportunities for tip shot. At the 58th minute, the visiting team striker Serge Gakpe was sent off for accumulation two yellow cards. At the73 minute, Conan scored in the small restricted area from the right side but it was saved by Bolat, but the ball unfortunately hit Robson Kanu who again scored an own goal. At the 93th minute, Conan forward pass, Pinto score in restricted area from the right of with small-angle. Eventually, Hanover enters into the last eight of the Europe League with a total score 6-2.

And the same time, another German team is fighting for his quality for the promoting. Schalke 04 home team won over Netherlands FC Twente with score 4 to 2. In the first leg Schalke was behind one goal. At 14th minute Twente scored the away goal, by Jensen with the assist of Chaidari at the edge of the area. To get a reversal Schalke must at least scored three goals. The first 29 minute, Drake Chrysler passed precisely, Klaas Jan Huntelaar scored from the right of restricted area. At the 57th minute, because of the opponent’s handball foul, Klaas Jan Huntelaar got a penalty.
71 minutes, Jones scored from left side. The first 81 minute, with Jones’s assists, Huntelaar scored one, which was 37th goal in this season, scoring 13goals for the Europa League and leading in the shooter chart. Schalke 04 enters the last eight of Europe League with a total score 4-2. It is another German team to get the glory.



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John Deng is a writer for BrooWaha. For more information, visit the writer's website.
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