Goodbye Kroos as Spain beat Germany in Euro 24 Q/finals

Toluwani Lasisi
For durable Real Madrid and German player, Toni Kross, it is goodbye to EURO as Spain eliminated his country on Friday.
They beat them 2-1, signalling the end of the eventful road for Kross who had vowed to retire after the EURO competition.
beat  his host country 2-1 on rmany to qualify to the semi finals of the Euro 24
 The football maestro hanged his boot after the loss, which is the first time Germany defeat at a quarter finals at a major competition.
Germany faced a team who had not lost any match with only one goal conceded at the EURO.
The Jules Nalgesmann-managed host team  played well but could not do to much damage on the Spanish team.
The match started with  Spain  pressing high off the pitch and making Germany’s keeper, Manuel Neuer, make a safe early.
In the eighth minute, Spanish midfielder Pedri Gonzalez was forced to come off as a substitute after a harsh and late challenge of Toni Kroos.
The first half ended barren.
The second started with Spain starting a counter attack in the 51st minute following which they got a goal through As Dani Olmo with  an assist from Lamine Yamal
Germany pressed high as they hit the crossbar from Fulkbrug’s shot.
Second half substitute Florian Wirtz got a goal for Germany at the 89th minute, drawing the match to extra time.
In the dying minutes of the extra half, however, Olmo got a cross toGerman box and Michael Merino headed itin to Manuel Neuer net, thus eternally snatching the win for Spain.
Spain are going to play the winner of France vs Portugal in the Semi finals at the EURO 24.


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