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World Cup: Second-Round game summaries (June 29)
June 29th, 1998 12AM

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June 29 in Montpellier Germany 2 Mexico 1. Goals: Klinsmann 75, Bierhoff 86; Hernandez 47. Germany -- Koepke, Matthaeus, Babbel, Woerns, Heinrich (Moeller, 58), Hamann, Helmer (Ziege, 38), Tarnat, Haessler (Kirsten, 74), Klinsmann, Bierhoff. Mexico -- Campos, Suarez, Pardo, Davino, Garcia Aspe (Pelaez, 87), Villa, Bernal (Carmona, 46), Lara, Blanco, Hernandez, Palencia (Arellano, 53). Yellow cards: Germany -- Babbel 45, Matthaeus 57, Tarnat 78, Hamann 89; Mexico -- Davino 58, Blanco 88. Referee: Manuel Melo Pereira (Portugal). Att.: 35,500. June 29 in Toulouse Netherlands 2 Yugoslavia 1. Goals: Bergkamp 38, Davids 90; Komljenovic 49. Netherlands -- Van Der Sar, Reiziger, Stam, F.De Boer, Numan, R.De Boer, Seedorf, Davids, Overmars, Cocu, Bergkamp. Yugoslavia -- Kralj, Mirkovic, Petrovic, Djorovic, Mihajlovic (Saveljic, 79), Komljenovic, Jokanovic, Brnovic, Jugovic, Stojkovic (Savicevic, 57), Mijatovic. Yellow cards: Yugoslavia -- Stojkovic 38, Mirkovic 53, Djorovic 73. Referee: Jose Maria Garcia Aranda (Spain). Att.: 37,500.


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