Germany

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

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The Real Madrid midfielder's late strike gave the World Cup winners the victory over the European champions on Tuesday night

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The Hoffenheim ace was ecstatic after netting his first international goal in just his second appearance for the Selecao in Tuesday's 2-1 victory over Austria in Vienna

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Joachim Low will be hoping his men can end the year on a high when they take on the reigning European champions at the Estadio de Balaidos on Tuesday night

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The midfielder is reportedly heading for a January exit from the German champions, as he does not fit into boss Pep Guardiola's plans

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The Bayern Munich ace has not featured for his country since starting the 7-1 World Cup semi-final defeat by Germany but denies that he has been mentally scarred by the experience

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The Bayern Munich captain, who recently retired from international duty, injured himself during training with his club

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The 22-year-old says Tuesday's clash will be "special" despite it being an exhibition match while Joachim Low is looking for players to seize their opportunity

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The former Real Madrid midfielder has missed the start of the season following knee surgery and is keen to aid his struggling club climb the Bundesliga table

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The Bundesliga side admit that a transfer for the striker is not financially viable, while the club's president claims his potential return could upset the team's uniformity

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As Lionel Messi prepares to tangle with Cristiano Ronaldo at Old Trafford with national pride on the line, we ask which continent would win a fantasy match-up

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ANALYSIS: As the 2010 winners meet the current champions in a friendly on Tuesday, Goal takes a look at the part played by the Catalan coach in the success of both teams

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The Gunners face crucial fixtures against the Red Devils and Borussia Dortmund and the Wales international has called on Arsene Wenger's side to step it up after defeat to Swansea

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Our man in Spain, Phil Kitromilides, believes la Roja are showing signs of improvement but that the visit of the World Champions means goals are likely at both ends

Monday, November 17, 2014

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The 19-year-old says he needs to make the next step in his career to further his development after two years with the Bundesliga champions

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The Spain international has revealed his admiration for the Germany forward ahead of their friendly meeting on Tuesday, likening him to the Blancos icon

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The German spoke of his chances of beating the holder to the Fifa upcoming award for best player in the world, suggesting it takes more than commercial savviness to win

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The German side's sporting director says that they are not interested in a move for either player and insists that they will not try to sign Xherdan Shaqiri from Bayern Munich

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The former Germany goalkeeper has reinvented himself as a wrestler and appeared in his first show on Saturday night

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EXCLUSIVE: The Spaniard has lavished praise on his coach and revealed he personally called him to convince him to move to the Allianz Arena over the summer