France vs Germany: ESPN, Sony Six, PTV Sports live streaming info and highlights: Fifa 2014 World Cup Quarter Final

July 4, 2014, By M Sohini

Kicking off the FIFA World Cup quarter-final, France and Germany will clash against one another on June 7, 2014 at Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.

The game starts at 9:30 pm IST.

Watch the match live on ARD, ZDF Networks in Germany and on TF1, beIN Sports, and France Télévisions6 in France. Indian viewers can watch the match live on Sony Six.

PTV Sports will be telecasting and also be streaming the match live at its website for viewers in Pakistan.

France vs GermanyWatch the live streaming of the Match only on ESPN Player (http://cdn.espni.go.com/selectcountry/index.html) and on BBC iPlayer in UK (http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/live/bbcone).

This clash gives the chance to France to beat Germany after more than five decades in FIFA- an opportunity that they wouldn’t want to miss by any chance.

Follow the Germany vs France match live here.

France has worked hard to beat Nigeria and come up till here, and their hopes are high on their goal keeper Hugo Lloris.

Last time the teams came together was a friendly match back in early 2014, where Mathieu Valbuena lead France. Germany did snatch the match yet again, thanks to do goals by Thomas Müller and Sami Khedira.

Watch the live streaming online here.

For Germany, this can be quite an interesting tour of FIFA. They can be the first nation to make it to the semi finals for four times in succession.

Watch the highlights videos:

This can be a historic clash, although none would want to take a chance. France leans much on Mamadou Sakho, the Liverpool defender, along with Laurent Koscielny, one of who may have to leave. Also, Olivier Giroud is there when needed to partner with Karim Benzema.

For Germany, Christoph Kramer and Mats Hummels have missed the last one against Algeria, so there’s a lot to be seen today.

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