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Arp's goal in the 2-1 win over Costa Rica in their tournament opener in India - his 15th goal in his 17th cap for Germany U-17 - might still prove the difference between Germany progressing to the knockouts and not, but he has come to India to fulfill his personal ambition. "We will look into this in the coming games". But they were bogged down by two penalty goals which came off in the 24th and 29th minute respectively. In the opening match against eventual table-toppers Iran, Guinea had 16 shots to the Iran's 23, but that ratio increasingly skewed towards them in subsequent games - 40 shots to Costa Rica's seven, and 22 to Germany's 17. "We want to stay cool". With fifth and final change in the XI, the intelligent playmaker Elias Abouchabaka pushing forward into what often looked more like a 4-1-1-4 than a 4-2-3-1, Germany brought some mistakes to bear on the Guinean defence, and Arp capitalised on one such error to give Germany an early goal. "So it is our request that the yellow card is cancelled", he said. Costa Rica and Guinea finished the group stage with one point each.
Guinea kicked off the second half and started it strongly as they had ended the first half, but slowly Germany got hold of the match and started to attack relentlessly. "We have not capitalized on the chances that we got throughout the tournament, we had got almost 30 chances in but we failed to convert most of it".
"I think we have a team who is very strong in the offence".
Costa Rica coach Breansse Camacho felt it was hard for his team to cope with the physically stronger Iran team.
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"It's a do or die battle for us now and our boys know it", stated Costa Rica coach Breansse Camacho.
After the match, Guinean coach Souleymane Camara accepted that the better team won the match.
With the win, Germany have set up a Round of 16 clash against Colombia in New Delhi on Monday. "This was the point from the last game against Iran;many players were surprised about the strength of Iran", says head coach Christian Wuck, after the team spent the evening getting used to the lights, the turf, and perhaps most importantly the humidity of Kochi. "In the second half we tried to take some initiative but they (iran) made our life hard in the game". "First we have to sleep and recuperate over the next two days". The German coach hailed the pitch at Kochi and said the "pitch could be compared to European standards, and the players were able to play better here". My players played better here, and it is something I can't explain.
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