Key players

Keeper Manuel Neuer is the undisputed number 1, while many experts believe he is the real deal, equipped not only to follow in the footsteps of Oliver Kahn and Jens Lehmann, but also to develop into one of the best in the world. Full-back Philipp Lahm and schemer Bastian Schweinsteiger earned their international spurs long ago: each has reached 100 caps but are still at their peak.

The next generation of players appear immensely promising too. Former Real Madrid starlet Mesut Ozil, who now laces his boots at Arsenal was just 21 when he thrilled the crowds at the 2010 FIFA World Cup and is a gifted creative player with passing ability to match the best in the world. Up front, Thomas Muller won the adidas Golden Boot and was named Best Young Player at the 2010 finals, while youngsters Marco Reus, Andre Schurrle, Toni Kroos and Mario Gotze keep getting better and better.







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  1. seftiani June 27, 06:09

    Good job guys…
    Keep on moving,,
    Best of luck for u all..

  2. pl sahni June 29, 12:24

    You guys realy play a wonderful game…keep it n be of luck to all of u..

  3. ross July 12, 10:37

    U guys Re great rawr

  4. VinayMohite August 10, 18:23

    My favourite team!
    Love you guys!
    Most toughest team in the world!

  5. Joseph mungai September 5, 07:21

    Great men fantastic results always.kip it up.

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