Germany claim record victory

Published: Tuesday 17 November 2009, 22.45CET
San Marino 0-11 Germany
Mats Hummels scored a hat-trick and eight others found the net as the holders recorded their biggest competitive Under-21 win.
Germany claim record victory
Mats Hummels (left) scores one of his three goals in Germany's record-breaking win ©Getty Images

Match statistics

San MarinoGermany

Goals scored0
11
Yellow cards4
 
2
Red cards0
 
0
Goal attempts1
 
44
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners3
 
13
Fouls committed19
 
13

Matches

Published: Tuesday 17 November 2009, 22.45CET

Germany claim record victory

San Marino 0-11 Germany
Mats Hummels scored a hat-trick and eight others found the net as the holders recorded their biggest competitive Under-21 win.

Defending champions Germany remain in contention in Group 5 of 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying after beating San Marino 11-0 to record their biggest competitive victory at this level.

Hummels hat-trick
Germany had collected just four points from their opening three fixtures to trail the Czech Republic and Iceland by eight points. While they remain eight adrift of the Czechs, 2-1 victors over Northern Ireland, Rainer Adrion's side are now five behind Iceland with a game in hand on both. It took just four minutes for Mats Hummels – who later added the seventh and tenth goals to claim a hat-trick – to open the scoring with a header. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, Daniel Schwaab from the penalty spot, Holger Badstuber and André Schürrle all got in on the act to give the visitors a 5-0 half-time lead.

Bargfrede's eleventh
Five became six when Sidney Sam turned in from close range four minutes after the break, before Hummels scored his second and his team's seventh. FC Bayern München's Thomas Müller and substitute Richard Sukuta-Pasu both beat Eros Gobbi prior to Hummels completing his hat-trick and Philipp Bargfrede adding the eleventh with eight minutes to play. Northern Ireland visit San Marino in March, when Germany host Iceland.

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Last updated: 17/11/09 22.56CET

Related information

Team profiles

Lineup

San Marino

San Marino

Germany

Germany

1Eros Gobbi (GK)1Tobias Sippel (GK)
2Raffaele Carlini2Daniel Schwaab
Goal31'
3Alex Della Valle
Yellow Card57'
3Stefan Reinartz
Substitution46'
4Matteo Coppini5Felix Bastians
5Matteo Giannoni8André Schürrle
Goal44'
Substitution62'
6Pier Filippo Mazza
Yellow Card70'
11Eric Choupo-Moting
Goal11'
7Nicola Canini
Substitution46'
15Mats Hummels (C)
Goal4'
Goal56'
Goal71'
8Maicol Berretti
Yellow Card54'
18Sidney Sam
Goal49'
9Andrea Venerucci
Substitution68'
22Philipp Bargfrede
Yellow Card78'
Goal82'
10Matteo Vitaioli (C)
Yellow Card30'
25Thomas Müller
Goal58'
11Alessandro Bianchi
Substitution80'
28Holger Badstuber
Yellow Card17'
Goal33'
Substitution46'

Substitutes

12Michele Berardi (GK)12Sven Ulreich (GK)
13Alessandro Canini
Substitution68'
14Richard Sukuta-Pasu
Substitution62'
Goal69'
14Achille Della Valle
Substitution46'
16Sebastian Rudy
Substitution46'
15Lorenzo Capicchioni24Sebastian Langkamp
Substitution46'
16Lorenzo Gasperoni29Marcel Schmelzer
17Davide Mularoni
Substitution80'
33Alexander Bittroff
18Marco Rosti34Björn Kopplin

Coach

Massimo Agostini (ITA) Rainer Adrion (GER)

Referee

Igor Ishchenko (UKR)

Assistant referees

Oleksandr Yakymenko (UKR), Oleksandr Shamych (UKR)

Fourth official

Oleg Derevinsky (UKR)

Legend:

  • GoalsGoals
  • Own goalOwn goal
  • PenaltiesPenalties
  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
  • reds_cardRed cards
  • yellow_cardsYellow cards
  • yellow_red_cardsYellow/red card
  • SubstitutionSubstitution

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