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Olympiastadion (Munich)

Saturday, September 1st, 2001

kickoff at 19:30

World Cup Qualifier - Group 9
Attendance: 63,000
 

Germany

England
1
5

Carsten Jancker (6)
 
Michael Owen (13), Steven Gerrard (45), Michael Owen (48, 66), Emile Heskey (74)

Dietmar Hamann (78)
 
Emile Heskey (54)
     
     

Managers
  Sven-Goran Eriksson

Players
 
GERMANY
 
1Oliver Khan (Capt.)
2Christian Worns 45
3Jorg Bohme
4Thomas Linke
5Jens Nowotny
6Dietmar Hamann 78
7Marko Rehmer
8Michael Ballack 67
9Carsten Jancker (6)
10Sebastian Deisler
11Oliver Neuville 77

Subs
Gerald Asamoah 45
Miroslav Klose 67
Sebastian Kehle 77
ENGLAND
 
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 01  David Seaman (G)
Cap number 66
Arsenal
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 02  Gary Neville (FB)
Cap number 46
Manchester United
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 03  Ashley Cole (D)
Cap number 5
Arsenal
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 05  Rio Ferdinand (D)
Cap number 16
Leeds United
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 06  Sol Campbell (CD)
Cap number 41
Arsenal
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 04  Steven Gerrard (M)
Cap number 6
Liverpool
 45
 77
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 07  David Beckham (Capt.) (M)
Cap number 44
Manchester United
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 08  Paul Scholes (M)
Cap number 37
Manchester United
 82
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 09  Emile Heskey (F)
Cap number 17
Liverpool
 74
 54
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 10  Michael Owen (F)
Cap number 31
Liverpool
 13
 48
 66
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 11  Nicky Barmby (F)
Cap number 21
Liverpool
 64

Subs
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Jamie Carragher (D)
Cap number 5
Liverpool
 82
 
Owen Hargreaves (M)
Cap number 2
Bayern Munich
 77
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Steve McManaman (W)
Cap number 35
Real Madrid
 64
2001 /02

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Teams GERMANY: Kahn, Rehmer, Worns (Asamoah 46 mins), Nowotny, Linke, Bahme, Hamann, Deisler, Ballack (Klose 67 mins), Jancker, Neuville (Kehl 78 mins). Subs Not Used: Lehmann, Bierhoff, Frank Baumann, Ziege. ENGLAND: Seaman, G Neville, Ferdinand, Campbell, Ashley Cole, Beckham, Gerrard (Hargreaves 78 mins), Scholes (Carragher 83 mins), Barmby (McManaman 65 mins), Owen, Heskey. Subs Not Used: Southgate, Martyn, Fowler, Andy Cole. (Full Squad) Match Details Germany Goal: Jancker (6 mins) England Goals: Owen (13, 48 & 66 mins), Gerrard (45 mins), Heskey (74 mins) England Caution: Heskey Referee: P Collina (Italy) Attendance: 63,000
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Awesome England thrash Germany Owen celebrates as his hat-trick sinks Germany Germany 1-5 England Michael Owen blasted a stunning hat-trick as England came from behind to thrash Germany in Munich. Sven Goran Eriksson''s team are now on course to qualify for the World Cup next year, following a result that will send shockwaves through the international game. Germany had only ever lost one World Cup qualifier at home in their history - but suddenly they were torn apart by an England team playing slick football with a clinical edge up front. Owen will win the headlines, but there were heroes all over the pitch for England - with captain David Beckham and rejuvenated goalkeeper David Seaman in particularly fine form.   - Key moments 6 mins: Jancker bundles the Germans in front 12 mins: Owen hauls England level from Barmby''s knock-down 45 mins: Gerrard crucially fires England in front on the stroke of half-time 47 mins: Owen''s clinical strike gives England a two-goal cushion 66 mins: Owen completes a stunning hat-trick, blazing home following Gerrard''s pass 73 mins: Heskey completes the rout with a neat finish from Scholes'' pass The win means Eriksson''s men are three points behind leaders Germany in Group Nine - but they have a game in hand and, crucially, their goal difference is now substantially superior. A win against Albania next Wednesday would take them to the top of the group. Such a prospect looked fanciful when Carsten Jancker fired the Germans in front within six minutes. But England''s young Lions roared back in menacing fashion to destroy Germany''s proud record. And the much-heralded German engine room was completely out-paced by Owen''s go-faster stripes, as England moved into pole position in the race for World Cup qualification.
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