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Live Reporting

Gary Rose

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  1. Go again

    Deja vu for Germany and Chile as the two sides meet again in Sunday's final.

    World class players, attacking flair, questionable defending. It should be a belter.

    See you later.

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    Jide Yusuf: Trust Germany to come with their A-game! For Mexico it's too little and too late! Let's have a sweet final come on Chile!

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    We're just about done here but if you fancy a bit more live football then the Europa League first-qualifying round games are going strong.

    Follow them here.

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    Germany hosted the Confederations Cup back in 2005 but this is the first time they have reached the final of the tournament. They look strong, but Chile have Alexis Sanchez. Should be a tasty encounter.

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    Portugal may be in the third-place play-off but Cristiano Ronaldo won't be sticking around for that one. He's been allowed to leave Russia to see his new-born twins.

    Ronaldo confirmed the news on Facebook, saying: "I'm very happy, finally, to be with my children for the first time."

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    Fabian Pavez the Dre: So looks like teams from the same group will face again in the final and third place playoff.

    Good spot, Fabian. The third-place play-off sees Portugal up against Mexico. The two sides drew 2-2 in the group stage.

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    Germany 4-1 Mexico

    Germany will know all about Chile - and vice versa - they faced each other just seven days ago in the group stage of this tournament. That match ended 1-1 with Lars Stindl cancelling out Alexis Sanchez's opener.

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    Ayo Obit: Germany's second team is walking this #ConfederationsCup2017 . Next year's #Russia2018 will be a stroll!


    Germany 4-1 Mexico

    Actually, you can rule out another goal because that's it. Germany are through to the Confederations Cup final, where they will meet Chile on Sunday.

    Germany celebrate
  10. CLOSE!

    Germany 4-1 Mexico

    My word, what a finish!

    Two chances in quick succession for Mexico now as Javier Hernandez's shot kisses the far post and then Raul Jimenez heads just wide.

    Don't rule out another goal yet...

    Raul Jimenez
  11. GOAL - Germany 4-1 Mexico

    Amin Younes

    Now it's definitely too late for Mexico.

    As their opponents pushed up in a desperate attempt to get another goal back Germany score through Amin Younes, who pokes in from Emre Can's pass.

    Amin Younes
  12. GOAL - Germany 3-1 Mexico

    Marco Fabian

    What a shot!

    Out of nothing, Marco Fabian pulls one back for Mexico with an absolute powerdrive from over 30 yards.

    Marc-Andre Ter Stegen can only watch the ball whistle past his head and into the net.

    Surely too late for Mexico though?

    Marco Fabian
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    Germany 3-0 Mexico

    First proper showing of Hirving Lazano's pace since he came on as he gets away from tired Germany defenders down the right and crosses for Javier Hernandez. Matthias Ginter is there to it first, though.

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    Germany 3-0 Mexico

    Corner number 348 for Mexico. Miguel Layun takes it and Rafael Marquez gets his 38-year-old head on it, straight at Marc-Andre Ter Stegen.

    That's Mexico's 21st shot on goal and seventh on target. Can't say they haven't had chances.

    Miguel Layun

    Germany 3-0 Mexico

    Final change for Germany as skipper Julian Draxler makes way for Ajax winger Amin Younes.

    Julian Draxler
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    Germany 3-0 Mexico

    Lazy effort by Hector Herrera as he launches a shot well over. Looks like Mexico have accepted their fate.


    Germany 3-0 Mexico

    Second change for Germany as Bayer Leverkusen winger Julian Brandt comes on for his 10th international appearance. He replaces Lars Stindl for the closing stages.


    Germany 3-0 Mexico

    Now the woodwork denies Mexico as Raul Jimenez rattles the crossbar. That ball just won't go in for them.


    Germany 3-0 Mexico

    A battle between two recent substitutes sees Emre Can get his challenge wrong as he stands on Rafael Marquez's foot. Straight in the book for that one.

    Emre Can

    Germany 3-0 Mexico

    Big chance, big save.

    Mexico work the ball from left to right for Miguel Layun, who is unmarked with a clear sight on goal. He smashes a powerful first-time drive towards the near post but Marc-Andre Ter Stegen thumps it clear.

    Marc-Andre Ter Stegen