Germany Goals

Bayern Skipper, Lahm Set for Retirement at the End of Season
Already ending his international career with Germany right after their latest World Cup success, Bayern Munich defender, Philipp Lahm is ready to officially step back from the playing field as well.
Thumbnail
Neuer Honored With German Captaincy Role
Following Bastian Schweinsteiger's decision to retire from international football, German national team have just appointed goal keeper, Manuel Neuer as the official captain ahead of upcoming World Cup 2018 .
Thumbnail
Schweinsteiger Retiring from International Football
Manchester United midfielder, Bastian Schweinsteiger has officially announced his retirement from international football, stating on social media that he won't be participating any more games for German national team.
Thumbnail
Germany Bemoans Euro 2016 Format
Germany's exit from Euro 2016 semifinal following their 2-0 defeat against host nation France apparently still leaving some bitter taste for their players along with head coach, Joachim Low.
Thumbnail
Germany vs France (0-2)
Germany: Neuer, Kimmich, Boateng, Howedes, Hector, Can, Schweinsteiger, Ozil, Kroos, Draxler, Muller. Subs: Leno, Mustafi, Khedira, Schurrle, Podolski, Weigl, Tah, Gotze, Sane, Gomez, Ter Stegen.
Thumbnail
Griezmann Double Sent France Into Euro 2016 Final
Antoine Griezmann's excellent performance for France in Euro 2016 continue as he scored two goals to sent his nation into a final meeting against Portugal. The Atletico Madrid striker was touted to be Les Blues' potential threat against Germany and he prove it in the best possible fashion in that semifinal tie.
Thumbnail
France Eager to Beat Germany
Already reaching the semifinal of Euro 2016, host nation, France  are targeting more as they are determined in reaching the final stage and winning it all. Facing a side that possessed impressive historic record in major tournament, Germany, Les Blues are not scared as their head coach, Didier Deschamps, they are even more determined to beat Joachim Low's men.
Thumbnail
Germany Ready to Give Their All Against France
World Champion, Germany are aiming to reach another major tournament final as they face up against Euro 2016 host nation, France this Thursday. Keen on combining their recent world cup trophy with the Euro, Die Mannschaft's head coach, Joachim Low stated that his side will give their all to reach the final, which can only happen by defeating Les Bleus.
Thumbnail
France Striker, Giroud Doesn’t Use Benzema’s Absence as Motivation
France striker, Olivier Giroud finally felt the affection of Les Blues fans following his two goals against Iceland which prompted questions, whether he was out to prove that they were not missing Real Madrid star, Karim Benzema.
Thumbnail
Italy’s Zaza Apologize for Penalty Howler
The penalty shoot out between Italy and Germany during Euro 2016 quarter finals were filled with many interesting stuff, including one ridiculous miss by Azzurri's striker, Simone Zaza.
Thumbnail
Germany’s Muller to Take a Short Break from Taking Penalties
Germany international attacker, Thomas Muller made an interesting revelation as he vowed not to take any penalties during a match for the next two weeks. Muller seemingly stated that following his failure in converting his spot kick during a shoot out against Italy, in which Die Mannschaft won 6-5 (1-1).
Thumbnail
Germany vs Italy (6-5)
Germany (3-4-2-1) Neuer; Boateng, Hummels, Howedes; Kimmich, Khedira, Kroos, Hector; Muller, Ozil; Gomez. Substitutes: Leno, ter Stegen, Mustafi, Schweinsteiger, Schurrle, Podolski, Draxler, Can, Weigl, Tah, Gotze, Sane.
Thumbnail
Germany End Italy Hoodoo After Shoot Out Win
Germany finally ending their curse of never beating Italy in competitive games as Joachim Low's men defeated the Azzurri via an intense penalty shoot out. The two sides were drawing 1-1 during regular time and no more goals were scored during 2x15, forcing them to settle things via lottery shoot out.
Thumbnail