FIFA World Cup: Germany defeats Argentina in U-17

Friday, October 23, 2015

On Wednesday, the Germany national youth football team defeated the Argentina national under-17 football team 4–0 in a 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup group stage match. The match was held in Estadio Municipal Nelson Oyarzún Arenas stadium in the city of Chillán, Chile.

Estadio Municipal Nelson Oyarzún Arenas
Image: Mi Planeta Personal.

Germany had greater ball possession than the Argentines.

A total of five players were yellow carded–three cards for Argentina and two for Germany. 32 fouls were committed in the match.

Janelt scored the first goal in the opening minutes of the game which was assisted by Köhlert.

In the 32nd minute, Eggestein scored a goal assisted by Passlack.

Germany was awarded a penalty kick in the 45th minute because of a foul committed by Ferreyra. He was booked for the foul, and Passlack scored the penalty. The first half ended 3–0 with three yellow cards issued.

At the beginning of the second half, two substitutions for Argentina and one for Germany took place.

In the 67th minute, Janelt assisted Schmidt and the score-board was 4–0.

Germany, in Group C, is at the top of its group table and has advanced to the knockout stage.

October 21, 2015
20:00 (UTC-3)
Argentina 0 – 4 Germany Estadio Municipal Nelson Oyarzún Arenas, Chillán
Attendance: 8469
Referee: Montero Ricardo
G. Mancuso Booked after 43 minutes 43'
J. Ferreyra Booked after 45 minutes 45'
G. Berterame Booked after 49 minutes 49'
V. Janelt Scored after 5 minutes 5'
J. Eggestein Scored after 32 minutes 32'
F. Passlack Scored after 45+2 minutes 45+2' (p.)
N. SchmidtScored after 67 minutes 67'
S. Özcan Booked after 12 minutes 12'
D. Burnic Booked after 59 minutes 59'

Match statistics


Argentina Germany


61 73

  Dangerous attacks

17 30

  Free kicks

11 23

  Goal kicks

8 9

  Throw ins

23 29


23 9
3 2
0     0