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German sides' tendency to win big games right at the end, and often unjustly, is connected with the way German speakers have to wait for the main verb at the end of a sentence, thus developing habits of patience and concentration. That characteristic German goal in the 80-oddth minute is a verb.
This time the goal came in the 98-oddth minute, and did not seem terribly unjust. | back to top