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Northern Ireland 0-2 Germany: Halstenberg stunner breaks Windsor Park resistance

SoccerNews.com Monday, 9 September 2019 ()
A fine strike from Marcel Halstenberg ended Northern Ireland’s spirited resistance and helped Germany to a much-needed 2-0 win in Euro 2020 qualifying on Monday. Having been beaten 4-2 at home by Netherlands last Friday, another defeat at Windsor Park would have left Joachim Low’s side six points behind Northern Ireland at the top of […]

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Northern Ireland face Germany at Windsor Park on Monday night and one young Irish fan is surprisingly rooting for the visitors.

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