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Germany 7-1 Brazil: 'The Game of the Century' book released

We take a look back at the 7-1 beating Germany gave Brazil in the World Cup.

German football writer Christian Eichler, an author for the broadsheet Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, has published a 285-page book about the 2014 World Cup semifinal between Germany and Brazil.

The book released earlier this week is called "7-1: The Game of the Century," while the tagline reads: "When the Brazilian myth broke and Germany's fourth star began to rise," and each chapter recounts one minute of the match.

The semifinal between hosts Brazil and eventual World Cup winners Germany has...

Bayern Munich's Holger Badstuber: No Joachim Low Germany contact

Bayern Munich defender Holger Badstuber has targeted a return to the German national team after spending two years on the injury list.
ESPN FC analyst Gabriele Marcotti talks about how comfortable Robert Lewandowski is in Bayern's set up.

Holger Badstuber continued his impressive comeback in Bayern Munich's 4-1 victory over Koln on Friday, but has not been in touch with Joachim Low over a possible Germany comeback.

Badstuber, 25, last featured for the German national side in October 2012 in the historic 4-4 draw with Sweden in Berlin.

Just over a month later he suffered an anterior cruciate ligament tear in Bundesliga action, and only returned to Bayern's starting XI following several injury setbacks.

Three games into his comeback...

German football chief says clubs need compensation for winter World Cup

It's just over 24 hours since a FIFA taskforce recommended shifting the 2022 World Cup to November and December, but the proposed move is already being questioned.

The president of the German Football League [DFL] has said that he will not accept FIFA's stance to not compensate European clubs for disruption to their seasons, following the FIFA task force recommendation to stage the 2022 World Cup in November and December.

FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke on Wednesday said that breaking with the traditional World Cup dates "is not perfect, we know that," but said that the world football's governing body still allowed enough time for domestic leagues...