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Social Media Agrees: Germany Deserves Win

by Elizabeth Eckhart

It seems to be the general consensus that yesterday’s match – while enthralling until the end – surprised no one. Though it is often difficult to pinpoint which team “deserves” a World Cup win more than another, there was no doubt across social media from both fans and competitors that the German win was a […]

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Argentina vs Germany – Statistical Preview

by Bundesliga Fanatic Staff

These two giants of football meet in the World Cup final for a third time with more on the line than ever before. Germany will look to to capture their first international trophy in almost two decades while Lionel Messi can cement his legacy with a World Cup medal. The final pits against one another […]

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A Personalized Blueprint: How Germany can beat France in the World Cup Quarterfinals

by Rahul Rangarajan

The moment that Franck Ribéry was deemed unfit to participate in Brazil, France took the first step forward in their pursuit to achieve international glory. Having initially struggled to come to terms with the loss of Bayern Munich’s talisman, Les Bleus have finally managed to hurdle through the daunting shadow of the attacker’s absence by […]

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Germany 2 – 1 Algeria: Schürrle and Özil’s extra-time goals drag Germany into quarterfinals

by Daniel Jefferson

Well what a scintillating game of football this was and a great advertisement for the beautiful game but at times it was a big struggle for Jogi Löw’s team. Brave and heroic is just a few words you cloud use to explain Algeria but overall the powerful Germans were just too strong for their North […]

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Germany’s performance against Ghana leaves Jogi Löw with plenty of work to do

by Leon Weber

The clock had already ticked past the 90-minute mark in Germany’s 2-2 draw with Ghana, when Jogi Löw could no longer contain his frustration: visibly angry that his team gifted Ghana the chance to score the winning goal on the break just before the end of the match, the DFB coach kicked the Brazuca, which […]

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We Teach Them, We Train Them, You Take Them – On Germany’s Dual Nationals

by Rick Joshua

The United States’ Fabian Johnson. Cameroon’s Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting. Bosnia-Herzegovina’s Sead Kolašinac. Can you make the connection? Yes, they all play in the Bundesliga: Johnson for TSG 1899 Hoffenheim (soon to be Borussia Mönchengladbach), Choupo-Moting for FSV Mainz 05 and Kolašinac for Schalke 04. Anything else? Yes, they were all born in different parts of Germany: […]

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Where Germany Stand Following Cameroon Draw

by Cristian Nyari

Well it wasn’t the most inspiring performance. Germany’s 2-2 draw against Cameroon in Mönchengladbach was more of a typical preparation match for Die Mannschaft; largely spotty, brief moments of quality but also far from the way the team and players are actually capable of playing. For Jogi Löw it was a good opportunity to get […]

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Chewing gum in the Bundesliga

by Niklas Wildhagen

Chewing gum has been used by used for over 3,000 years and it comes in all shapes and forms these days. Every now and then the public is warned about the possible unpleasant side effects the overuse may have, but despite all the migraine warnings which have been issued over the years chewing gum has […]

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Champions League Preview – Arsenal vs Bayern Munich

by Alex Chaffer

Bayern Munich v Arsenal (19th Feb-11th Mar) It’s been the same old story for Bayern this season, extending their unbeaten league run to 46 games and losing just once in the group stages. Bayern will be hoping to go past Arsenal just like they did last year, but it certainly won’t get any easier for […]

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Germany end World Cup qualifying campaign with 8-goal thriller

by Cristian Nyari

Joachim Löw’s Germany finished one of their best ever qualifying campaigns with a highly entertaining 5-3 win against Sweden in Stockholm.  Germany finish as group winners, unbeaten in their ten games and with the best offense in UEFA qualifying.  Andre Schürrle was the standout player on the day, scoring a 19-minute hatrick.  Also on the […]

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