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Ozil's exit worse than any World Cup loss

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Berlin's near-deserted fan park

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Will Ozil continue to play for Germany?

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Germany's lack of goals point to tactical shortcomings, not poor strikers

Nico Schulz marked his Germany debut with the decisive goal in a come-from-behind victory over Peru.
Ian Darke and the ESPN FC crew explain why Germany are in need of a fresh start following their goalless draw against France.

A more pragmatic setup in midfield as well as a new defensively minded defence, replete with "safety-first full-backs," has helped Joachim Low's Germany find a semblance of stability after the chaos of the World Cup. But the 0-0 draw against France and a 2-1 win against Peru also showed that the job is at best two-thirds done.

Solid improvements at the back and in the centre have sadly not been matched in the final third, where problems predate the embarrassment in Russia. A mere 10 goals in 11...

Joshua Kimmich recast in midfield epitomises Germany's post-World Cup rehabilitation

Germany's Joachim Low insists his side showed they are still among the world's best after a poor World Cup with the attitude they showed in their 0-0 draw with France.
Ian Darke and the ESPN FC crew explain why Germany are in need of a fresh start following their goalless draw against France.

Stage One of the grand post-World Cup rehabilitation exercise ended in a draw (0-0 vs. France) but nevertheless produced one clear, unlikely winner. Bayern Munich's Joshua Kimmich, widely blamed for his reckless attacking runs on the right side of defence in Russia, emerged as the steady, calmly beating heart of Joachim Low's new Germany on Thursday.

The 23-year-old, the national team's right-back sine Euro 2016, later revealed that he couldn't suppress a smile when the Bundestrainer told him...

Germany, France goalless draw shows UEFA Nations League's limitations

France goalkeeper Alphonse Areola produced a string of fantastic saves on his international debut against Germany in the UEFA Nations League.

MUNICH -- Three thoughts on Germany and France's 0-0 draw in the UEFA Nations League.

1. Nations League makes uninspired bow

It might have been the heavyweight clash of UEFA's dreams to launch the inaugural Nations League competition, but as the rain poured down in Munich, Germany vs. France had all the edge of a friendly on a wet Thursday night.

On paper, this game had everything required to kick-start the European governing body's initiative to eradicate the scourge of meaningless friendlies from...

Toni Kroos example is Leroy Sane's path to Manchester City, Germany redemption

For a player that had just been dropped from the Manchester City squad for the Premier League clash with Newcastle United, Leroy Sane looked remarkably unperturbed.

He chatted with injured teammates Kevin De Bruyne, Danilo and Philippe Sandler on the touchline as the rest of the squad warmed up. During the game he retired to a luxury box, relaxing with his feet rested on a rail as City struggled to a 2-1 victory.

Pep Guardiola insisted after the game that he had no worries about Sane's attitude...

Joachim Low plots counter-revolution, but Germany incapable of fundamental change

ESPN FC's Julien Laurens and Raf Honigstein outline what to expect from the UEFA Nations League opener between France and Germany on Thursday.

Speaking to his players ahead of this round of fixtures, Joachim Low detected "a sense of positive impatience" to get back to winning ways after the ignominious group-stage exit in Russia. "Positive impatience" might also be a good way to describe the Germany manager's intended modification of the team's playing style. The slow, laborious build-up game of the World Cup is supposed to give way to a more dynamic, incisive approach, combined with added defensive application.

"We want to reestablish...

Joachim Low, Germany begin difficult task of resetting after tumultuous summer

Under normal circumstances, a football manager admitting that he had adopted the wrong tactics in a fit of "almost arrogance" and that he had also wholly failed "to light the touch paper" when it came to the right attitude in the dressing room would have been forced to resign his position. But Wednesdays' 110 minute-news conference in Munich turned the usual dynamic on its head. Joachim Low's public and visibly uncomfortable mea culpa was the high price the 2014 World Cup winner had to pay for being...