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Friday, 10 November 2017
A Vauxhall friendly international match

England 0 Germany 0 [0-0]

Match Summary
England Squad

Germany Squad

Team Records
   
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The Die Mannschaft Squad for the matches against England and France  November 2017
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
17. Boateng, Jérôme Agyenim 3 September 1988 29 CD FC Bayern München eV 68 1
Boateng withdraws fom the England match because of injury
20. Brandt, Julian 2 May 1996 21 M Bayer 04 Leverkusen eV 12 1
14. Can, Emre 12 January 1994 23 M Liverpool FC, England 18 1
7. Draxler, Julian 20 September 1993 24 AM Paris Saint-Germain, France 38 6
4. Ginter, Matthias Lukas 19 January 1994 23 CD Borussia VfL 1900 Mönchengladbach eV 16 0
19. Götze, Mario 3 June 1992 25 AM BSV Borussia 09 eV Dortmund 62 17
21. Gündoğan, İlkay 24 October 1990 27 M Manchester City FC, England 20 4
25. Halstenberg, Marcel 27 September 1991 26 LB RB Leipzig eV 0 0
5. Hummels, Mats Julian 16 December 1988 30 CD FC Bayern München eV 60 5
6. Khedira, Sami
  سامي خضيرة‎
4 April 1987 30 CM Juventus FC SpA, Italy 71 7
18. Kimmich, Joshua Walter 8 February 1995 22 RB FC Bayern München eV 24 3
8. Kroos, Toni 4 January 1990 27 M Real Madrid FC, Spain 79 12
12. Leno, Bernd 4 March 1992 25 G Bayer 04 Leverkusen 6 0
10. Özil, Mesut 15 October 1988 29 AM Arsenal FC, England 86 22
3. Plattenhardt, Marvin 26 January 1992 25 LB Hertha Berliner SC eV 4 0
16. Rüdiger, Antonio 3 March 1993 24 CD Chelsea FC, England 20 1
23. Rudy, Sebastian 28 February 1990 27 RB FC Bayern München eV 22 1
24. Sané, Leroy Aziz 11 January 1996 21 AM Manchester City FC, England 8 0
13. Stindl, Lars Edi 26 August 1988 29 F Borussia VfL 1900 Mönchengladbach eV 9 3
2. Süle, Niklas 3 September 1995 22 CD FC Bayern München eV 7 0
22. ter Stegen, Marc-André 30 April 1992 25 G FC Barcelona, Spain 17 0
1. Trapp, Kevin 8 July 1990 27 G Paris Saint-Germain, France 1 1 GA
9. Wagner, Sandro 29 October 1987 30 F TSG 1899 Hoffenheim eV 5 5
11. Werner, Timo 6 March 1996 21 F RB Leipzig eV 8 6
15. Younes, Amin 6 August 1993 24 AM Amsterdamsche Ajax, Netherlands 5 2
Younes withdrew from the squad on 8 November because of a knee injury.

Squad details correct up to and including Germany's match against Azerbaijan on 8 October 2017.
Tallies taken from DFB

Diary

Friday, 3 November 2017 - Joachim Löw has announces his 25-man squad for the high profile friendly matches against England and France next week at Wembley and in Cologne. Löw has recalled both Mario Götze and Ilkay Gündogan - 354 days after their last appearance for Die Mannschaft. The youngest ever German to score a game winning goal in a World Cup final as well as the 27-year-old midfielder who is a part of a Manchester City side who are currently leading the Premier League. They will be Die Mannschaft’s last two internationals to be played in 2017. As well as recalling these two familiar faces, Löw has named Marcel Halstenberg in his squad for the first time. When asked about his decision to bring back Götze and Gündogan, Löw said: “Mario Götze and Ilkay Gündogan have settled down after their spells with injury. They’re both playing an important part in the successes of their respective clubs this season and have got themselves back into a good rhythm. They’ve both shown how central they can be to any team when they’re fit. We’re really happy to have them back.” On newly promoted Marcel Halstenberg Löw added: “Marcel Halstenberg has put in consistently good performances for RB Leipzig and has also shown in the Champions League that he is able to hold his own at the international level. We’re excited by his potential and we now have the opportunity to test him against some very strong opponents.”

Tuesday, 7 November 2017 - The squad start arriving at their training camp. Amin Younes withdraws from the squad because of a knee injury.

Wednesday, 8 November
2017 - 
The FC Bayern München defender, Jérôme Boateng, is currently suffering from muscle problems, and after talks with head coach Joachim Löw, he will be rested for the trip to Wembley as a precaution. Boateng will remain with the squad and undergo recovery work. His availability in the following friendly against France in Köln on Tuesday remains uncertain. Three other players were also absent from team training today. Toni Kroos has a stomach bug, Kevin Trapp has an upper respiratory tract infection and Mats Hummels did a regenerative session in the team hotel.

Thursday, 9 November 2017 - The final training session is attended by all of the squad except for Jérôme Boateng.

Germany Form: last six games
W W W W W W  f 21:a 4   success: 100%
- 29 June 2017 - Germany 4 Mexico 1 [2-0]
Fisht Olimpiyskiy stadion, Sochi
Goretzka (2), Werner, Younes
Fabián
Con SF NW
- 2 July 2017 - Chile 0 Germany 1 [0-1]
Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg
Stindl F NW
- 1 September 2017 -
Czech Republic 1 Germany 2
[0-1]
Eden Arena, Praha
Darida
Werner, Hummels
WCP AW
- 4 September 2017 - Germany 6 Norway 0 [4-0]
Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart
Özil, Draxler, Werner (2), Goretzka, Gómez HW
- 5 October 2017 -
Northern Ireland 1 Germany 3
[0-2]
Windsor Park, Belfast
Magennis
Rudy, Wagner, Kimmich
AW
- 8 October 2017 - Germany 5 Azerbaijan 1 [1-1]
Fritz-Walter-Stadion, Kaiserslautern
Gortzka (2), Wagner, Rüdiger, Can
Şeydayev
HW

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