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Germany wins Euro '96
June 30th, 1996 12AM

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June 30 in London

Germany 2 Czech Republic 1. Goals: Bierhoff 73, 95; Berger (pen.) 59.

Germany wins European Championship.

Czech Republic -- Kouba, Hornak, Kadlec, Suchoparek, Rada, Bejbl, Berger, Nemec, Nedved, Poborsky (Smicer, 88), Kuka.

Germany -- Koepke, Sammer, Helmer, Babbel, Strunz, Haessler, Eilts (Bode, 46), Ziege, Scholl (Bierhoff, 69), Kuntz, Klinsmann.

Yellow cards: Czech Republic -- Hornak 47; Germany -- Helmer 63, Sammer 69, Ziege 91.

Referee: P. Pairetto.

Att.: 76,000.



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