Tournament favourites Germany take on World Cup finalists Netherlands, with the Dutch out to avenge their shock opening day defeat by Denmark. Bert van Marwijk, the Dutch head coach, argued afterwards his side should have had a penalty in that match, but debating with referees won't change anything. Just ask Neil Lennon. His side will have to be more proficient in front of goal if they are to reinvigorate their campaign, but that won't be easy against a resilient German defence.
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