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    17.06.2016 10:45 - in: Other competitions S

    Khedira's Germany held by Poland

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    World champions Germany hold out to secure point against Poland at the Stade de France. Juventus’ Sami Khedira features for the full 90 minutes for the second match in a row

    Sami Khedira featured for the full 90 minutes for the second game in a row as World Champions Germany played out a tense 0-0 draw with Poland in Euro 2016 Group C at the Stade de France.

    In a cagey affair contested by the two firm favourites to advance to the knockout stages, Khedira and co. were fortunate to escape with a draw with the Poles’ Arkadiusz Milik guilty of spurning two gilt-edged second-half chances.

    Die Mannschaft on the other hand, despite struggling to reach the heights of their opening victory over Ukraine, know that following last night’s result a win over Northern Ireland in Paris next Tuesday will guarantee them of top spot in Group C. 

    Today sees as many as eight Bianconeri go in search of consecutive tournament victories as Italy - counting Gianluigi Buffon, Andrea Barzagli, Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini, Stefano Sturaro and Simone Zaza among their ranks –take on Sweden (15.00 CEST), Mario Mandzukic’s Croatia meet Czech Republic (18.00) and Alvaro Morata’s Spain face Turkey (21.00).

    On the other side of the Atlantic meanwhile. Juan Cuadrado’s Colombia will be in New Jersey as they play Peru in the Copa America quarter-finals (02.00). 

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