Unbelievable but true! Germany led 4-0 against Sweden, but Joachim Low’s players were seen equaled in the third minute of overtime!
Germans went to the gun, leading 2-0 after the first quarter of an hour, thanks to a successful double signed by the veteran Miroslav Klose, who riched to only one goal distance from all-time top scorer of Germany, the famous football legend, Gerd Muller. Mertesacker has tripled their advantage in the 39th minute, and Mesut Ozil made it 4-0 in the 56th minute.
Although they lived in fear of disaster, the Swedes have not abandoned. Ibrahimovic called awakening in the 62nd minute, as Lustig to reduce the difference after just 120 seconds. On the wave and with almost half an hour left to play, Sweden pulled acceleration and gave emotion to Berlin fans when Elmander in the 76th minute brought the national football team coached by Erik Hamren to a single goal diference.
And Olympia Stadium was to freeze of all in the third minute of overtime, when Rasmus Elm has produced the unbelievable, scoring for 4-4!
After this match, Germany are first in Group C of the World Cup 2014 qualifying, with 10 points after four matches, followed by Sweden with 7 points and a game less.