World Cup 2010: Uruguay vs. Germany Live Stream [UPDATED]
After the frustration of narrowly losing their respective semi-final matches, Uruguay and Germany take on each other this evening at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth for the third place deciding game of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Die Mannschaft looked dominant in thrashing England 4-1 and Argentina 4-0 before being defeated by European champions Spain 1-0 in the final four. Uruguay, on the other hand, was the last South American side to stay alive, before it lost 3-2 to Holland.
Oscar Tabarez’s men probably desire more to finish third as they have entered the semifinals for the first time since 1970. However, the Germans have never lost to La Celeste, compiling a 6-0-2 record, and they are heavily favored once more.
All eyes will be on Bayern Munich hitman Miroslav Klose, now just a goal behind the all-time World Cup record of 15 set by Ronaldo of Brazil. But his appearance is in doubt after suffering a back problem against La Roja on Wednesday.
The 32-year-old striker is also just one goal behind the tournament leading five goals of David Villa and Wesley Sneijder in the race to be the Golden Boot recipient. This will probably be Klose’s last ever game on football’s grandest event, and he claims that winning the third place is more important than personal records.
The game starts at 20:30 CET. For more of Uruguay vs Germany Live Stream, visit Dailycontributor.com.