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89'The game has faded slightly as both teams seem content with a draw, and both going through to the last four on Friday evening.
86'Off, Patrick Ebert. On, Dennis Aogo. A change for Germany as they look to confirm their place in the semi-finals with at least a point.
78'Stearman goes close to putting England into the lead with a volley at the back post. Neuer had failed to claim the corner.
71'Off, Andrew Driver. On, Kieran Gibbs. Gibbs comes on for Andrew Driver, with a shuffle in places in midfield.
68'Off, Anis Ben-Hatira. On, Marko Marin. Marin comes on to provide attacking thrust for Germany.
65'Ozil bursts into life as he steps past two England defenders before seeing his right-footed shot deflect wide for a corner
61'Joe Lewis makes his first proper save as a deflected effort loops towards the top corner.
58'Off, Fraizer Campbell. On, Theo Walcott. Arsenal forward Theo Walcott comes on, and takes his place up front.
56'Driver finds an extra gear as he sails past the German left back, but is unable to get his cross away before being tackled.
53'Ozil remains on the ground after landing awkwardly, Jack Rodwell fires the ball out of play to allow the German forward to receive treatment.
50'Richard Stearman gives away a free-kick after a handball, but despite the promising position it is fired high into the crowd by Germany.
46'England begin the second period with the fans in fine voice in Halmstad.
46'Off, Scott Loach. On, Joe Lewis. Joe Lewis becomes the 23rd and final squad member to appear in Sweden.
40'Rodwell seems embued with confidence having scored England's equaliser. Here he steals the ball in midfield and bursts forward before letting fly from the edge of the area. His shot sails narrowly over.
39'Germany seem to have stuttered since taking the lead and England have gradually taken more and more of their territory.
36'Danny Rose. Rose does his best to meet Andrew Driver's cross but the referee deems it to be handball and gives him a yellow card.
32'Ozil looks to find space behind the England defence but is caught offside by the Three Lions backline.
29'Jack Rodwell. The Everton midfielder Jack Rodwell scores a superb header from Craig Gardner's corner. The second youngest player in the tournament, that will certainly give him a boost.
27'Craig Gardner hits a tremendous crossfield pass to Adam Johnson on the other wing.
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21'Richard Stearman shows fine skill on the right flank and interchanges with Gardner in the area. Claims for a penalty are turned down by referee Rasmussen.
18'Craig Gardner heads firmly, but directly into the arms of Neuer. The chance came after concerted pressure from England and a fine cross from debutant Andrew Driver.
16'England assert their authority once more after German had stunned them with a goal from their first attack. Measured possession the order of the day.
14'A long hopeful ball is not dealt with by Andreas Beck in the German defence, and England win a corner as a result. Rodwell climbs highest but heads over.
08'Mesut Ozil is picked out just behind the English midfield and he attempts to get his shot away, only for Tomkins to make a superb block.
6'Andrew Taylor brings the ball forward on the left flank and delivers a deep cross that is gathered by the German 'keeper.
05'Gonzalo Castro. Castro is played through by Boateng and finishes cooly under Scott Loach to give Germany the lead early in the game.
1'The young Tottenham Hotspur forward Danny Rose gets his first touch of the game and he finds space before crossing to the near post.
KOGermany get the match underway in hazy sunshine in Halmstad, with Germany looking for a point to clinch a semi spot, while England need the same to top the group.