Germany make changes, but still ease past Greeks
Miroslav Klose scored one and made one, for 10 Fantasy League points, as Germany eased to a 4-2 win over Greece to book their place in the last-four.
Greece forward Dimitrios Salpingidis also scored 10 points, and Georgios Samaras scored six.
German midfielder Mesut Ozil helped himself to eight points, courtesy of two assists, while Marco Reus and Sami Khedira scored six points each for their goals.
The Germans chose to rest top scorer Mario Gomez, as well as wingers Lukas Podolski and Thomas Muller for the game, but still had more than enough to go through.
Skipper Philipp Lahm opened the scoring, and earned four points for the match, with a brilliant strike midway through the first half.
Samaras scored a shock equaliser just after the break, converting Salpingidis' low cross and that seems to spur Germany into life.
Khedira volleyed in Jerome Boateng's cross to restore the lead before Klose headed in Ozil's free-kick to make the game safe.
Reus crashed in a fourth, after Klose's shot had been parried, and then Salpingidis scored a late consolation from the spot for Greece.