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Bundesliga: Dzeko, Muller and the best strike partnerships of all time

Bundesliga: Dzeko, Muller and the best strike partnerships of all time - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Bundesliga have been blessed with its fair share of good strikers down the years and today we look at some its  best strike partnerships. Rivalries have been the most congenial part of the game since football established itself as the most beautiful sport in the world...
Via Soccerlens
January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Klose’s retirement: Is this the end of the “6 yard box striker”?

Klose’s retirement: Is this the end of the “6 yard box striker”? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com It only takes a glance at the sixteen goals scored by Klose in World Cups to understand what kind of forward he is. All goals were finished from inside the area. Almost every single one was executed perfectly from within 12 yards, and almost half were headers. He seems able...
Via Soccerlens
August 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Germany crashes Brazil’s party to make it to the Final

In the first of two semi-final matches, the Brazil National Team took on the Germany National Team. These nations had played each other 22 times in the past, with Brazil winning 12, Germany 4, and 5 draws. Brazil came in to the match without their captain Thiago Silva (suspension), and star-man Neymar (injury.) Lineups: BRA (4-2-3-1): 12. Julio Cesar (GK); 23. Maicon, 4. David...
Via Universal Takeover Sports Network
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Thomas Muller’s Unconventional Style Produces Goals For Germany

Thomas Muller has raised his game again in the World Cup and has been outstanding, except for his blunder on a free kick attempt against Algeria. For the Germans to beat continental rivals France on Thursday, Muller needs to continue his goal scoring prowess. “He has instinct for creating dangerous situations and scores in situations where you don’t expect it. Thomas is a very...
Via World Soccer Talk
July 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Most Exciting World Cup Moments: Number 21 – Total Football

No. 21: Total Football, (Germany, 1974) Every so often, one team can capture the imagination of the watching world. Typically, they are sides that play in a striking style, with unique ideas and ultimately, sample their fair degree of success. In 1974, the Dutch national team—competing at their first World Cup in 36 years—did exactly that. With Rinus Michels at the helm, the...
Via World Soccer Talk
May 22, 2014  |  Discuss
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