Germany enjoys a 3-0 win over Slovakia, moves to Euro 2016 quarterfinals
Germany beat Slovakia 3-0 and showed some skills as World Champion moving forward to the quarterfinals, where it will play Spain or Italy.
Centre-back Jerome Boateng gave the world champions an eighth-minute lead with a superb 25-yard volley before Mario Gomez poked in the second.
Julian Draxler, who provided a superb assist for the second, made it 3-0 with a near-post volley after the break.
Mesut Ozil also missed a penalty for Germany in the 14th minute.
Slovakia’s best chance fell to Juraj Kucka, whose header was brilliantly tipped over by Manuel Neuer.
The last-eight tie between Joachim Low’s side and one of the other fancied teams takes place in Bordeaux next Saturday.
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