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Some France possession now as we look to close out the first half.
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They're passing with intent just outside the box. Floats in, and it's met by Throw in on the other side of the pitch. Sagna blocks a distant Germany cross, and somehow it's deflected off and gone for a corner. Giroud sticks a foot in and wins the ball back for his side. They attempt to counter, but Germany are back in numbers quickly and they can't create much. And Pogba hits it! Straight into the hands on Neuer.Honda Euro Meet 2015 - HEM#6
Easy stuff for the German shotstopper. And another silly freekick is given away by Can but this time it's from around 30 metres out -- a dangerous position when you considering France's setpiece takers. Similar to the early freekick opportunity, and France will have a go here.
Kroos fouls Pogba in the centre circle and France have the freekick. Giroud attempts to offload Griezmann on the edge of the box with his back to goal, but his pass is poor and Germany manage to clear. Fair play to France though, a couple of passes and their just touching the Germany box -- a reminder to France that they are still there. Dangerous looking ball into the box from Kimmich, but Umtiti just about manages to get their before Muller and clear it away.
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That being said, in terms of genuine, proper chances, Germany haven't had one. A couple of long efforts here and there, but in terms of goalscoring opportunities, they haven't created any Germany continuing to smother the France.
I'm honestly struggling to remember when France last got beyond their defensive third with the ball. The Germans are absolutely bossing this game, France look completely out of their comfort zone. More possession for the men wearing white. And France don't get far before Germany pinch possession back again. Long range Schweinsteiger shot from 25 metres out is dipping in and France have to call on Lloris to tip it over -- close one! Germany corner but they can't create much out of after the cross into the danger zone, and France look to escape their half.
Payet shoots from the setpiece, but Neuer -- unsurprisingly -- collects easily. They've just earnt a freekick too after Schweinsteiger fouls Payet. Shooting chance, but 30 metres to the goal! Penalty appeal from Germany! Strange defending from France as both Umtiti and Pogba seemed to fall into Kroos at the same time, who was already in the process of scuffing his shot on the edge of the penalty area.
Not a penalty, though. It's swung but then headed clear with ease by Koscielny. Textbook corner defending from the Arsenal man. Hard work from Muller down the left flank earns his side the corner. Kroos' crossfield ball finds Kimmich, who opts for simple ball back inside to Ozil. It's just simple but effective stuff from the Germans. France are getting completely over run in the midfield at the moment, Ozil's enjoying some much space.
Deschamps' side are missing Kante. France counterattack involving Payet and Pogba doesn't result in much. Superb defending from Kimmich and he earns the freekick as Payet pushes him over in frustration. Long range shot from Muller rolls into the hands of Lloris. Never looked like threatening. Griezmann looks to pounce on a stray Germany pass, but he's outmuscled by Boateng. The Bianconeri look to use the same outlet moments later, but Pjanic nods beyond the upright.
The hosts are looking to keep their good run going with an unlikely win against the champions tonight, and based on the first half's evidence, both will need to dream up better offensive ideas to find a breakthrough goal. Both sides go in goalless at the break, with plenty of free-kicks not leading to heaps of good chances. Donnarumma and Buffon have both been busy, and Pjanic has had one goal chalked off, with the Bianconeri looking slightly the more likely to take the lead at San Siro.
The Brazilian midfielder shoots from around 25 yards out, but can only send the ball zipping beyond the left-hand upright. Allegri continues to applaud his side's efforts, even if the quality hasn't quite been there offensively tonight. Pressure is alleviated slightly when Suso is brought down on the edge of the Rossoneri box. Kucka Yellow Card 44' Kucka gets the third yellow card of the game, after jumping into an aerial challenge with Hernanes very late indeed.
Hernanes shoots from range, but strikes a defender, with Pjanic then caught offside - ironically. Milan continue to weather the storm, with the Bianconeri struggling to force Donnarumma into anything more than routine saves. Free-kicks have been fracturing play quite a lot, which has seen a fantastic opening 30 minutes slow down slightly.
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Pjanic's would-be goal has been the biggest point of controversy though, by far! The Bosnia international curls a free-kick delivery into the box, which takes one bounce and creeps inside the far post! Milan's players are claiming that an offside player impeded Donnarumma's view - and the assistant agrees with them! Goal chalked off for Juventus.
Moments later, Juve pick up a free-kick around 30 yards from goal. Milan aren't pulling out of any challenges here. Dybala 33' Cuadrado is brought into the game, as Dybala limps off with an injury complaint. He really did pull up after that terrible attempt! Higuain is left wondering what his compatriot was trying there, with the ex-Palermo man rubbing his thigh as though he tweaked it.
That might be a bit of playacting! Bonucci Yellow Card 30' Bonucci gets the first yellow card of the evening, after a number of niggling fouls. With only half an hour on the clock, both goalkeepers have been incredibly busy, with both youth and experience looking solid at either end of the field. Both are quickly back to their feet, but are more interested in why their opponents weren't booked. The danger doesn't disappear, however, with Paletta following up and seeing a shot deflected behind for a second set-piece.
Niang whips in this one, but Bonaventura sees an attempted square ball hooked away. The Frenchman is held up well by Barzagli, before a cross from De Sciglio is nodded behind for a corner by Bonucci. Higuain meets this one, but Dybala goes for the same ball, resulting in a half-hearted effort which heads straight down Donnarumma's throat.
Thus far, Montella's side haven't been able to force Buffon into more than one stop, but the Colombian striker has buzzed around brightly up top. Alves and Alex Sandro have been key thus far, with the wing-backs stretching Milan's system well.
The latter whips in yet another delivery, but Niang tracks back to head to safety. Milan have recovered from a slow start and are now showing the threat that they have been carrying in recent weeks on the counter-attack. Juve need to make their pressure count. Hernanes opens play out to the same flank, and the ex-Barca man dutifully delivers again, but Alex Sandro can only direct a header straight at Donnarumma.
Niang is the target of a clever ball over the top of Barzagli, but Buffon is alert to the danger and races off his line to take the pass away from the awaiting Frenchman. The ball is set back to Suso on the edge of the box and the Spaniard curls an effort towards the bottom-left corner. Buffon has to dive full-stretch to push the ball around the post!
The aforementioned corner is taken short, but a few players queuing up at the back post can't make contact with the ball. Bonucci goes down, after being manhandled by Paletta, but the referee isn't interested in awarding a penalty. Juve reply immediately, with Dybala dumped onto the turf by Bonaventura, with Khedira also down injured after a collision with De Sciglio.
Both are okay to continue. Pjanic takes aim from the resulting free-kick, but a deflection takes it behind. Donnarumma has to parry a save away from an Alex Sandro header, but play is pulled back for an earlier offside decision. Milan respond with a quick counter, but Hernanes hooks a Niang clearance away from the danger zone.
The Brazilian clips a diagonal pass towards the back post, which Alex Sandro meets, but the ex-Porto defender can only drag a low volley well wide of the left-hand post! Alex Sandro whips a cross in from the left-hand side, which the young Italian goalkeeper prevents from creeping inside his first post after a touch from Dybala. Moments later, Pjanic creeps into the box, but Romagnoli steps out to make a great tackle.
Juventus need to keep their winning form going in order to keep pulling clear of Roma in the table, but a win for Milan would see Montella's men threaten to hang onto the Old Lady's coat-tails.
Juventus starting line-up Milan starting line-up Claudio Marchisio is only fit enough to make the bench for the away side, with Hernanes needing to prove his worth in the middle of midfield tonight. Giorgio Chiellini is still injured, but Mehdi Benatia is able to step into the back three, with Dani Alves and Alex Sandro providing the wide threat. Gonzalo Higuain partners his compatriot Paulo Dybala up top. Vincenzo Montella's back four remain unchanged.
The Rossoneri are unbeaten in their last five Serie A games, and have won three of their last four matches on home soil. Juve, however, have won their last six consecutive games in all competitions, conceding just one goal in the process.