Friendly: Germany vs France by Isaiah
Germany played impressive football to their latest official games and scored with such tremendous comfort. France remains unbeaten in the last 17 games, but they give the toughest game so far. Germany has not encountered any problems in the qualifying stage of Euro. Having ten wins in all ten matches, they are in Euro with distinctive comfort as they took first place so easy. The young ensemble that Joachim Low created, gives tremendous pace in their matches, and only a few teams can follow their pace. Great comfort also when scoring goals, having scored at least three times in the last four games. The Germans never won against France from time they play as united Germany, and they have the opportunity to do this tonight, as in five matches against France they have managed to get just one draw. They will not have at their disposal Schweinsteiger, Philipp Lahm, Mario Gotze, Sven Bender, Per Mertesacker and Lukas Podolski, however, they have a very deep bench and can easily find solutions testing also some players with less playing time. Klose, Cacau and Mario Gomez can do the damage in front line, while their midfield line will filled with Khedira, Ozil and Muller.
France managed to get the qualification to Euro even though they met strong resistance from Bosnia. After the disastrous involvement in World Cup 2010 they lost the two other games that followed. However now they appear better structured under the guidance of Blanc and are unbeaten for 17 matches. Benzema and Remy have not followed the squad to Germany because of injuries, the same goes for Diarra, Diaby. Amalfitano will play his first game at national team, also Saha was called. Giroud is expected to be to the strike line after his great performances with Montpellier. France will have problem to the high game against the Germans, with the heights of Ribery, Nasri and Giroud in front line, they will try to play some low passing game.
Germany : Wiese-Howedes, Hummels, Badstuber, Aogo-Khedira, Kroos-Reus, Ozil, Schurrle-Klose
France : Lloris-Debuchy, Mexes, Rami, Evra-Diarra, M'Vila-Valbuena, Nasri, Ribery-Giroud
The Germans have shown a very good image lately. The youthful team Low created shows good football combined with good results. The French will test their strengths and their unbeaten run to Bremen knowing that only if they will manage to defend well they will have a chance for a positive result.
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