Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger praised the qualities of Mesut Ozil following the Gunners’ 4-1 win over CSKA Moscow in the Europa League quarter-final first-leg. The north London side produced a dominant first-half performance with four goals scored, and Ozil played an influential role with three assists.
Germany international Emre Can has said that he is grateful to Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, who has transformed him into a regular for club and country. The 24-year-old had struggled to win over the fans during his initial years at Anfield, but the confidence placed on him by Klopp has done wonders to improve his overall game.
Speaking in an interview with German television show Sport 1, Can explained that he has no regrets of leaving Bayern Munich as a youngster, and admits he has developed a lot under the guidance of Klopp, he said: “Why did I leave Bayern? I was very young and I needed to play. I spoke frankly with Guardiola and he explained that he could not guarantee continuity, which is why I chose Leverkusen. At Liverpool, I’ve developed a lot under Jurgen Klopp. I am very grateful to him, and it is a lot of fun to work with him. I want to become a world-class player. Maybe once in the world selection. That would be great.” Continue reading
Russia 2018 will be Germany’s 19th appearance at a World Cup and they’ll line up as four-time champions. Joachim Low’s side won planet football’s biggest prize in Brazil four years ago and are fancied by bookmakers to defend their crown and seal two-in-a-row.
DFB oozed class during qualification without ever getting out of first gear. A perfect 10-game record – 43 goals scored against just four conceded – had them convincing winners of Group C ahead of Northern Ireland and the Czech Republic.
With domestic seasons working towards a finish across Europe, fans can now turn their attentions towards this summer’s international football betting where they’ll find Germany chalked up at 9/2 with bet365 to complete the double. That price has them as narrow second favourites behind Brazil’s 4/1.
Fancy a bet on the action? There’s no lack of markets offered by major firms designed to give punters an interest from the first kick to the final cheer including outright winner, top goalscorer, match betting and team specials.
Here are three ways to bet on Germany… Continue reading