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World Cup 98 Live

Synopsis

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Germany v USA Live coverage of Germany'sfirstgame in Group F, from the Pare des
Princes, Paris (kickoff 8pm). Germany are Europe's most successful side. three-times World Cup winners and the current European champions. Some consider Germany's ageing squad to be past its peak, but the wealth of their experience should still put them among the front runners for the trophy. Their Italian-based striker, Oliver Bierhoff , is likely to be a key man in France, while
Lothar Matthaeus replaces their sweeper Matthias Sammer , who still has a knee injury.
It is the USA's third successive final, having previously not qualified since 1950. They have had a good build up, including a 1-0 win over Brazil and a 3-0 win in Austria, and the feeling within the US camp is that they are capable of reaching the second round.
Tonight's programme also includes highlights of England's openinggame againstTunisia, and today's other Group G match between Romania and Colombia.
Presented by Desmond Lynam , with analysis from Alan Hansen , David Ginola and Ally McCoist and commentary from Barry Davies , with Trevor Brooking , John Motson , David Pleat and Jon Champion.

Contributors

Unknown: Oliver Bierhoff
Unknown: Lothar Matthaeus
Unknown: Matthias Sammer
Presented By: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Alan Hansen
Unknown: David Ginola
Unknown: Ally McCoist
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: Trevor Brooking
Unknown: John Motson
Unknown: David Pleat






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