Two-time winners Germany knocked out of World Cup

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Two-time world champions Germany were sent crashing out of the Women’s World Cup group stages in the biggest shock of the tournament thanks to a draw with South Korea.

It is the first time in Germany’s history they have failed to reach the knockout stages.

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South Korea

  1. Squad number18Player nameKim Jung-Mi

  2. Squad number2Player nameChoo Hyo-Joo

  3. Squad number20Player nameKim Hye-Ri

  4. Squad number4Player nameShim Seo-Yeon

  5. Squad number16Player nameJang Sel-Gi

  6. Squad number17Player nameLee Young-Ju

  7. Squad number15Player nameChun Ga-Ram

  8. Squad number8Player nameCho So-Hyun

  9. Squad number10Player nameJi So-Yun

  10. Squad number11Player nameChoe Yu-Ri

  11. Squad number19Player namePhair

  1. Squad number12Player nameMoon Mi-Ra

  2. Squad number13Player namePark Eun-Sun

  3. Squad number23Player nameKang Chae-Rim

Germany

  1. Squad number1Player nameFrohms

  2. Squad number9Player nameHuth

  3. Squad number3Player nameHendrich

  4. Squad number5Player nameHegering

  5. Squad number2Player nameHagel

  6. Squad number6Player nameOberdorf

  7. Squad number13Player nameDäbritz

  8. Squad number22Player nameBrand

  9. Squad number11Player namePopp

  10. Squad number19Player nameBühl

  11. Squad number7Player nameSchüller

  1. Squad number8Player nameLohmann

  2. Squad number14Player nameLattwein

  3. Squad number16Player nameAnyomi

Line-ups

South Korea

Formation 4-1-4-1

  • 18Kim
  • 2Choo
  • 20Kim
  • 4Shim
  • 16Jang
  • 17Lee
  • 15ChunSubstituted forParkat 63′minutes
  • 8ChoSubstituted forKangat 90+10′minutes
  • 10Ji
  • 11Choe
  • 19PhairSubstituted forMoonat 86′minutes

Substitutes

  • 1Yoon
  • 3Hong
  • 5Kim
  • 7Son
  • 12Moon
  • 13Park
  • 14Jeon
  • 22Bae
  • 23Kang

Germany

Formation 4-2-3-1

  • 1Frohms
  • 9Huth
  • 3Hendrich
  • 5HegeringBooked at 90mins
  • 2Hagel
  • 6Oberdorf
  • 13DäbritzSubstituted forLattweinat 64′minutes
  • 22BrandSubstituted forAnyomiat 84′minutes
  • 11Popp
  • 19BühlSubstituted forLohmannat 64′minutes
  • 7Schüller

Substitutes

  • 4Kleinherne
  • 8Lohmann
  • 10Freigang
  • 12Berger
  • 14Lattwein
  • 15Nüsken
  • 16Anyomi
  • 17Rauch
  • 18Leupolz
  • 20Magull
  • 21Johannes
  • 23Doorsoun

Referee:
Anna-Marie Keighley

Attendance:
38,945

Live Text

  1. Match ends, Korea Republic 1, Germany 1.

  2. Second Half ends, Korea Republic 1, Germany 1.

  3. Foul by Lea Schüller (Germany).

  4. Kim Hye-Ri (Korea Republic) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

  5. Lena Oberdorf (Germany) wins a free kick on the left wing.

  6. Foul by Kang Chae-Rim (Korea Republic).

  7. Attempt missed. Sydney Lohmann (Germany) right footed shot from outside the box is too high. Assisted by Lena Oberdorf.

  8. Attempt missed. Sydney Lohmann (Germany) right footed shot from outside the box is close, but misses to the left.

  9. Kathrin Hendrich (Germany) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

  10. Foul by Moon Mi-Ra (Korea Republic).

  11. Attempt blocked. Park Eun-Sun (Korea Republic) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked.

  12. Delay over. They are ready to continue.

  13. Substitution, Korea Republic. Kang Chae-Rim replaces Cho So-Hyun because of an injury.

  14. Delay in match because of an injury Cho So-Hyun (Korea Republic).

  15. Marina Hegering (Germany) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

  16. Foul by Marina Hegering (Germany).

  17. Cho So-Hyun (Korea Republic) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

  18. Delay over. They are ready to continue.

  19. Delay in match because of an injury Ji So-Yun (Korea Republic).

  20. Delay over. They are ready to continue.

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