|Latvia||0 - 0||Germany|
|(HT: 0 - 0)|
Bessa Seculo XXI, Porto
Michael Riley (England)
Philip Sharp (England)
Glenn Turner (England)
|Germany were left struggling to qualify from Group D after Latvia earned a deserved draw in Porto.
It could have been even better for the Latvians, but Maris Verpakovskis had two good penalty appeals turned down.
Striker Verpakovskis also produced the highlight of the match with a scorching run in the first half, but his shot was saved by Oliver Kahn.
Germany's Miroslav Klose missed the best chance of the game, but headed way off target in injury time.
The draw at the Estadio do Bessa gave Latvia their first ever tournament point.
|1||Yellow Card||First Half||1||Isakov Aleksandrs|
|2||Yellow Card||First Half||21||Friedrich Arne|
|3||Yellow Card||First Half||42||Hamann Dietmar|
|4||Player Out||Second Half||1||Schneider Bernd|
|5||Substitute In||Second Half||1||Schweinsteiger Bastian|
|6||Yellow Card||Second Half||8||Frings Torsten|
|7||Player Out||Second Half||22||Prohorenkovs Andrejs|
|8||Substitute In||Second Half||22||Pahars Marians|
|9||Player Out||Second Half||22||Bobic Fredi|
|10||Substitute In||Second Half||22||Klose Miroslav|
|11||Player Out||Second Half||25||Lobanovs Valentins|
|12||Substitute In||Second Half||25||Laizans Jurijs|
|13||Player Out||Second Half||33||Kuranyi Kevin|
|14||Substitute In||Second Half||33||Bradric Thomas|
|15||Yellow Card||Second Half||34||Astafjevs Vitalijs|
|16||Player Out||Second Half||45||Verpakovskis Maris|
|17||Substitute In||Second Half||45||Zirnis Dzintars|
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