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Game summary: Germany-USA (4-2)
March 28th, 2002 12AM

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International Friendly March 27 in Rostock, Germany Germany 4 USA 2 Goals: Ziege 44, Neuville 61, Bierhoff (Schneider) 65, Frings (Bierhoff) 68; Mathis (Kirovski) 17, Mathis (Joe-Max Moore) 71. Germany -- Rost (Butt, 46), Baumann, Linke, Ramelow, Jeremies (Heinrich, 69), Frings, Hamman, Schneider (Asamoah, 75), Ziege (Boehme, 61), Bierhoff, Neuville (Brdaric, 80). USA -- Keller, Cherundolo (Sanneh, 72), Agoos (Berhalter, 72), Pope, Regis, Armas, Lewis (Jones, 69), Stewart, Donovan, Mathis, Kirovski (Moore, 59). Stats: GER-USA Shots: 18-9 Saves: 0-7 Corner Kicks: 8-4 Fouls: 12-10 Offside: 3-2 Yellows: 0-0 Reds: 0-0 Att.: 29,000 Referee: Berhard Brutger (Austria) Weather: 40 degrees; clear, cool


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