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Germany's new-look team pass another (easy) test. PLUS: Why Zlatan could return to Europe

Zlatan Ibrahimovic doesn't shy away from a joke during his speech after receiving a statue of himself in Malmo.
Germany's new-look team did more than enough to beat Estonia and remain on course for Euro 2020 despite losing Emre Can early on to a red card.

So what if we're in the thick of an international break? It's still Monday and it's still time for another edition of Gab Marcotti's Musings.

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Are Germany firmly back on track?

The problem with qualifying in Europe, at least when it comes to the bigger countries, is that it's really difficult to have any sort of frame of reference of...

German FA backs Gundogan, Can in Tosun Instagram post controversy

Ilkay Gundogan scores twice and assists on the third as Germany beat Estonia. Watch Euro qualifying on ESPN+.

Germany internationals Ilkay Gundogan and Emre Can have been backed by the German FA after controversially liking a post on Cenk Tosun's Instagram account.

Tosun posted a photo showing him and other Turkey internationals saluting fans in support of the Turkish army's offensive against the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces after the Euro 2020 qualifying win against Albania.

Tosun wrote on Instagram: "For our nation, especially for the ones who are risking their lives for our nation."

Several civilians...

Chicago Fire's Bastian Schweinsteiger retires aged 35

Bastian Schweinsteiger has called it a career, and ESPN FC's Julien Laurens assesses where the midfielder ranks among the game's modern greats.

Chicago Fire midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has announced his retirement from professional football.

In a statement released on social media Schweinsteiger announced his decision and thanked his former teams as well as his wife, former tennis player Ana Ivanovic.

"Saying goodbye as an active player makes me feel a little nostalgic, but I am also looking forward to the exciting challenges that await me soon," he said. "I will remain faithful to football. Many, many thanks for the time we spent...