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Gibraltar

By ESPN Staff
Nov 14, 2014

Low unhappy with 4-0 win

Germany coach Joachim Low was not happy with his side's performance, despite a 4-0 win over Gibraltar.

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Thomas Muller scores twice as Germany ease past Gibraltar

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Thomas Muller helped himself to a pair of goals in an easy win for the world champions.

Germany picked up their obligatory group win over Gibraltar but the expected flurry of goals failed to arrive as they only managed to score four without reply in Nuremberg.

Thomas Muller was on target twice with Mario Gotze raising Germany's lead to three before half-time

An own goal from Yogan Santos midway through the second half made it four but World Cup winners Germany were unable to add any more.

Gibraltar played, as expected, with 10 men behind the ball, leaving just Liam Walker to wait for...

Joachim Low eyes 102-year Germany goalscoring record against Gibraltar

Joachim Low hopes Germany can set a new goalscoring record in their Euro 2016 qualifier against Gibraltar on Friday, saying he will field the most attack-minded side possible.

Three games into the qualification campaign for the 2016 tournament in France, World Cup winners Germany have only picked up four points. They won at home to Scotland but lost in Poland and were held to a draw by Republic of Ireland in October.

In 1912, Die Nationalmannschaft put 16 goals past Russia at the Olympics in Stockholm...

Gibraltar goalkeeper hopes to let in less than seven goals in Germany

World Cup winners Germany say they will not be complacent going into their Euro 2016 qualifier against Gibraltar.

Gibraltar goalkeeper Jordan Perez has said he hopes his side do not concede more than six goals against Germany as the minnows prepare for their 2016 European Championship qualifier against the World Cup winners on Friday.

"I'll be pleased when we concede less than seven goals," Perez, who was substituted for Jamie Robba in Gibraltar's 7-0 defeat against Republic of Ireland and did not start the 3-0 defeat to Georgia, told Sport Bild.

"We'd be able to say that we are better than Brazil [who lost...

By ESPN Staff
Nov 12, 2014

Germany not taking Gibraltar lightly

World Cup winners Germany say they will not be complacent going into their Euro 2016 qualifier against Gibraltar.

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