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How Germany Was Able to Nullify France in World Cup Quarterfinal

Watch the following tactical analysis video to better understand how Germany was able to nullify France and prevent them from getting back into the game after Germany scored the early goal in the World Cup quarterfinal.

During the video below, there are several key points made that better illustrate how Germany excelled, and how Die Mannschaft was able to frustrate the France national team, and prevent them from becoming as much of a threat as they were in the earlier rounds.

Tactics Corner is presented by PixiClip. Whether you’re a soccer coach or fan, PixiClip is an interactive whiteboard that allows you to upload images, draw sketches, and share replays with friends. PixiClip is free and easy to use.

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Reza

    July 5, 2014 at 9:16 am

    hi
    i am a young coach and willing to know more about tactical analysis of matches but i dont know how to access this.plz help me
    with best regards

    • Christopher Harris

      July 5, 2014 at 10:17 am

      You can find the free software at PixiClip.com.

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