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Germany at World Cup 2018: Stage of Elimination

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Germany is the most frightening team to face for any nation in the World Cup in recent history. Because no matter who you are and where you come from, Germans don't care at all. They won't show any kind of respect to their opponents and try their best to demolish the team if possible. And most of the time they accomplish to do so too. The real reason behind their continuous success doesn't only rely on their talented players. Because many teams have similar group of talented players but still fail to immolate the success of the German. The reason behind others failure is because they don't have the setup like German football. Thus the talent is not used as efficiently like the Germans.

From top to bottom German has quality in their squad. Moreover, there is ample backup in each and every position. So even if a vital player is out of form, there is still an option to feel up that void. Moreover, German squad is not young nor old. It has the perfect balance of experience and youth. So, the German team possesses the quality of both age groups. Behind the scene, they also have a great tactical mind in the managerial position. The name of that genius is Joachim Löw. He was instrumental in their recent success and should be praised for building a team which is capable of sustaining the success too. So, it looks like there is talent not only inside the team but also surrounding it too. Thus no matter what happens Germany will fight like they deserve the World Cup again in Russia.

Germany’s possible lineup:

Goalkeeper: Manuel Neuer.

Defense: Joshua Kimmich, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector.

Midfield: Sebastian Rudy, Toni Kroos, (c) Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil, Julian Draxler.

Attack: Timo Werner.

Formation: 4-5-1