Euro 2012: Germany v Greece

Mutsu was not much surprised with the Germany win. He also apologises for writing just about the match.

“Quarterfinal day 2, having spent the night (and part of the early morning) at the Warsaw Central station, I took the first train out to Gdansk. At the Gdansk station, the small number of blue and white jerseyes were were overpowered by the Germans desperately looking for extra tickets. A microcosm of the current EU economic status.

As for the match, Germany dominated the first half but only mustered a goal going into halftime. I was on the opposite end for Samaras’s equaliser, but the silence which took over the German supporters right after the goal was somewhat satisfying. After that, difference in talent was too much for the Greeks and the Germans won 4-2. Their next opponent will be either Italy or England. Which team will be able to fly from Warsaw to Kiev next week…”

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