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Date:June 27th 2019Kick-off time:5.00pmVenue:StadioRenato DallAra, Bologna
Romania has a GDP per capita of $24,500, while in Germany, the GDP per capita is $50,400.
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Romania had a strong qualifying campaign, winning a tough Group 7 with Portugal, Slovakia, Hungary, Azerbaijan and Liechtenstein. The Romanians impressed, never losing and winning seven times, including a big upset in Porto after defeating Portugal thanks to a late goal scored by Dorinel Munteanu. In Bucharest, the score finished 11.
Artful No. 10 Ianis Hagi and in-form striker George Puscas are the danger men for Romania. Germany's strength comes from a midfield underpinned by the industry of Borussia Dortmund's Mahmoud Dahoud.
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As of 7 June 2014, the five youngest debutants for Romania are:
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In the Round of 16 knockout stage they faced Argentina in Los Angeles who were shorn of Diego Maradona who was thrown out of the tournament for taking drugs. Rducioiu, suspended, was hardly missed, as coach Anghel Iordnescu pushed Dumitrescu forward to play as a striker and the player responded by scoring twice in the first 20 minutes, one a superbly subtle left foot flick from a right-wing Hagi cross slotted between the Argentine defenders. In between, Gabriel Batistuta scored a penalty, but after half-time Romania netted a superb third on the counterattack, with Hagi beating goalkeeper Luis Islas. Abel Balbo pulled one back, but Romania held on for a shock win.
Romania were confident of qualifying for the tournament, drawn in Group 2 with seeds Denmark, Norway, Bosnia and Herzegovina and minnows Luxembourg, with Anghel Iordanescu back as coach. Despite a good start a 30 win away to Bosnia in Sarajevo Romania stuttered. Steffen Iversen's late goal gave Norway a surprise win in Bucharest and they were stunned at home by the Danes, 52, with Thomas Gravesen scoring a spectacular goal from around 50 yards out, despite leading twice. They recovered slightly, completing a double over the Bosnians and earning a point in Oslo, but conceded a cutting injury time equalizer in Denmark to draw 22. It was decisive, as they now required Norway to fail to win at home to Luxembourg to stand any realistic chance of qualifying. Eventually, the Danes got a point in Bosnia to scrape through a tight group, with Norway going to a play-off with Spain.
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As of 15 June 2016, the ten players with the most caps for Romania are:
Defending UEFA European Under-21 Championship holders Germany face a potentially tricky semi-final encounter against a Romania side who have impressed in making it through to this stage of the tournament for the first time in their history. Both teams were full of goals in their opening two matches before doing just what they needed to qualify in their final group games. With the attacking threat from Luca Waldschmidt and Marco Richter of Germany and George Puca and Ianis Hagi of Romania there is plenty of reason to believe that there will be goals in this match. Germany are predicted to make it through to the final but they will be pushed hard against a Romanian side who can take great credit from their performances so far.