Germany VS Uruguay Free Live Stream Online | World Cup 2010

Germany VS Uruguay Live Stream | World Cup 2010 Live Stream – The match for third-place will see Germany and Uruguay fighting for pride and… More Below… Posted by on Jul 10th, 2010 and filed under World Cup 2010.

Germany VS Uruguay Live Stream | World Cup 2010 Live Stream – The match for third-place will see Germany and Uruguay fighting for pride and the chance for it’s players to catch up with Spain’s David Villa for the Golden Boot award.

Uruguay’s Diego Forlan is still in the running for the Golden Boot with his four goals currently one short of David Villa and Wesley Sneijder. Luis Suarez makes his return to the pitch after his suspension for the deliberate handball which denied Ghana a goal in the quarterfinals.

Suarez declared that the infamous “Hand of God” now belongs to him. “The Hand of God now belongs to me. Mine is the real Hand Of God,” said Suárez. “I made the best save of the tournament. Sometimes in training I play as a goalkeeper so it was worth it. There was no alternative but for me to do that and when they missed the penalty I thought ‘It is a miracle and we are alive in the tournament’.

“Now we are in the semi-finals although I was very sad because no one likes to be sent off. The celebration afterwards was impressive, but very quiet because nobody gave us a chance but, with courage, we move forward.”

Germany’s Miroslav Klose is also after the Golden Boot and hopes to overtake Brazil’s Ronaldo as the World Cup’s greatest ever goalscorer if he can overcome a back injury. Klose needs two goals to beat Ronaldo’s record and only needs one more to enter the record books.

Germany’s assistant coach Hansi Flick said: “It’s Miro who will decide if he feels better and if he can start. He can go down in history if he scores one or two goals. The whole team wants to help him do it.”

Germany may field a younger lineup after a flu outbreak left several senior players and coach Joachim Low bedridden.

Watch the Germany VS Uruguay Free Live Stream online HERE, or HERE. (The match will start 2:20 PM ET)

Thanks to ESPN.

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