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Australia crushed by Germany 4-0 victory

Germany booked a definite win over Australia with a 4-0 victory. Once again, Germany proves that they're ready for the World Cup and remain one of the favourites for the title. Australia played poorly overall and lost Cahill to a red card in the second half of the game, while Germany remained strong and made some excellent plays. Podolski opened the goal scoring for Germany in the first half, closely followed by a goal from Klose. A third goal from Miller and fourth from substitute Cacau, both in the second half of the game, finished play with a decisive victory for the Germans.Set once again to be the favourites to win the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Germany are on top form while Australia lag behind. With the high number of goal chances opened by some outstanding play from Germany's top players, Germany appears to be on top form this year.Buy World Cup Tickets, World Cup Final (2010) Tickets, and other tickets including World Cup Quarter Final Tickets, and tickets for other games including Slovenia vs. England securely at Live Football Tickets. Germany: Neuer, Friedrich, Lahm, Holger Badstuber, Mertesacker, Khedira, Ozil (Gomez, 73), Klose (Cacau, 69), Podolski (Marin, 81), Schweinsteiger and Muller.Australia: Neill, Moore, Schwarzer, Chipperfield, Cahill (red card), Emerton (Jedinak, 74), Grella (Holman, 46), Garcia (Rukavytsya, 64), Valeri, Culina and Wilkshire.