Rick Joshua from www.schwarzundweiss.co.uk – the home of analysis on the German NT – looks back at the DFB-elf’s double-header with Kazakhstan last week which was an interesting spectacle for the tactical development of the side.
The DFB-Elf overcame a massive hurdle against their neighbours, France, by winning for the first time against Les Bleus in 26 years.
The DFB-Elf will be without a number of major players for the match against Les Bleus this week meaning head coach Joachim Löw will be shuffle his pack in Paris.
Ahead of tonight’s international friendly, Peter McVitie looks at the Netherlands side which boasts a host of exciting young talents.
Looking back at the recent debacle against Sweden, the answer to the DFB-elf’s defensive problems could lie in Sunday’s historic win for Bayer Leverkusen. Ross Dunbar looks at one performance, in particular.
The Germans looked out of sight in their World Cup Qualifier against Sweden – but it ended on a damp note for the hosts. Stefan Bienkowski re-caps the match.
Sebastian Polter’s late equaliser prevents hosts from qualifying, but Germans lose perfect record in Group 1.
Germany face their neighbours Austria at Vienna’s sold out Ernst Happel stadium on Tuesday night, in a bid to make it two back to back wins in their 2014 World Cup Qualifying campaign.
The Serbian international would like to see a bigger Borussia Dortmund influence in the Germany side.
The Germany U19s and U21s followed a similar pattern to the ‘A-team’, scoring three goals in their respective wins over England and Belarus.