World Cup 2010, Argentina Vs. Germany: Thomas Mueller Puts Germany Up In Third Minute

Germany easy converted a set piece in the third minute to take a 1-0 lead over Argentina in the teams' 2010 World Cup quarterfinal match-up.

Bastian Schweinsteiger service from the left flank, a dead ball won by Lukas Podolski against Nicolás Otamendi, was curled toward the near post where Thomas Müller was running clear of his man (Otamendi) to easily head the opening goal past Sergio Romero.

The 20-year-old attacker is now tied for the tournament lead in goals with four.

The match is now in the seventh minute with  Germany leading 1-0.

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