There's four, and it's a cracking volley by Marco Reus too. Miroslav Klose rushes in on Michail Sifakis and looks for his second of the game, but his low effort is well kept out by the goalkeeper. Unfortunately for Greece, the rebound fell straight to Reus, and instead of controlling the former Borussia Monchengladbach man simply belts it in off the crossbar with his right foot. That's not an easy skill, that, and he took it absolutely perfectly.
So yeah, this game is done. It's so done, in fact, that Joachim Loew is going to ease up on the Greeks by introducing Marios Gomez and Goetze, which... uh... actually, that seems quite mean. Gomez comes on for Klose, Goetze in place of Reus. That double substitution is a hilarious demonstration of just how much talent Germany have at their disposal. Anyway, 4-1.
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