A fair draw for both

It was a very fair draw for both teams which are leading the competition for the 9th place.

Two completely different styles competed today for the most probable 9th place. But Germany were in front in the 27' thanks to Marco Geilser. Spain tried to get the draw during the first half but some good saves from Rene Heine avoided their chances to put the draw on the score board.

The second half started with some Spanish control, finishing with their first and only goal in the 37' through Noe Adell who also played an excellent match in the Spanish defense. Both teams tried until the end to get the victory but neither of them were able to score again in most of cases because of the good job from the goal keepers.

Germany
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
1
FT5 C
60'
3
FT2 C
60'
6
FT2 R
60'
8
FT2 R
60'
27'
9
FT7 C
60'
10
FT2 R
60'
2
FT1 R
0'
5
FT7 RFD
0'
7
FT2 R
0'
13
FT5 C
0'
Head coach: Thomas Pfannkuch
Spain
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
3
FT3 C
31'
31'
4
FT5 C
60'
5
FT2 R
60'
37'
39'
7
FT3 C
60'
8
FT7 C
55'
55'
9
FT2 C
60'
60'
2
FT6 RFD
0'
6
FT2 R
0'
60'
11
FT2 C
5'
55'
12
FT2 R
0'
60'
Head coach: Jorge Peleteiro Rubio