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CAIRO – 29 June 2017: Germany managed to qualify for the final after beating Mexico 4-1 on June 29 in the semi-finals of the Confederations Cup being held in Russia from June 17 to July 2.
Germany started the match looking for a quick goal in order to take the lead. The Germans didn’t wait for long and were able to score their first goal in the sixth minute of the game with Leon Goretzka. The attacking player Goretzka scored his second goal in the match just two minutes after the first to make the score 2-0 for Germany. The Mexicans had several chances to score, but were faced by the German goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen who made sure Germany held onto their lead by the end of the first half.
The Germans entered the second half looking to score a third goal in order to make it impossible for Mexico to come back. Germany was able to score their third goal through RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner. The Mexicans looked to score a goal in order to lessen the margin, while Germany went on counter attacks in order to score their fourth goal. Mexico managed to score their opening goal in the match in the 89th minutes with a Marco Fabian shot. Germany had a quick response by their attacking player Amin Younes in the 90th minute to end the score at a 4-1 victory to Germany.
With this result, Germany will play “the Champions of South America” Chile in the final of the Confederations Cup on July 2.