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It's a new era for German football with a lot of the old guard hanging up their international boots. Anyone purchasing German football tickets will no longer see the likes of Phillip Lahm, Lukas Podolski or Bastian Schweinsteiger but instead will be treated to the likes of Toni Kroos, Mesut Ozil and Leroy Sane as they take up the mantle. They will be the guys expected to fill the boots of the past German greats but will they be able to cope with that pressure?
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Rewind back to the summer of 2014 where Germany were facing Argentina in Rio de Janeiro playing out a World Cup final. Both sides were struggling to break the deadlock having slogged out a tiresome 90 minutes of football. The arrival of Mario Gotze changed everything, Germany started attacking with more purpose and in the 113th minute Gotze connected sweetly to an Andre Schurrle cross to give his team an ultimately decisive 1-0 lead and World Cup triumph.
This was quite some moment for Mario Gotze, becoming the first substitute to score a World Cup-winning goal, as well as the youngest player to score in a World Cup Final since 1966.
Mario Gotze will have more of an involvement this summer having progressed as a player for club and country. If you purchase Germany Euro 2016 tickets there's a good chance you will see him in action.
Germany are hot favourites going into this summers tournament but thiscould be a problem area for them heading into Euro 2016. Since winning the World Cup in such unerring fashion in Brazil, Germany no longer have a prize centre forward who they can rely on to be hitting the net every game. The talismanic figure that was Miroslav Klose has now hung up his boots and Germany will be looking for goals elsewhere if they are to have any chance of claiming the second biggest trophy of world football. Goal scoring midfielders Schurrle, Gotze and Ozil will be pivotal to the success of Germany come June. However, it looks like Thomas Muller will be handed the task of filling the boots of Miroslav Klose by leading the line for the Germans after his impressive tally of nine goals during qualification. Germany fans travelling to Euro 2016 will be confident of lifting the trophy, but it may not be plain sailing for the Germans.
One to watch out for
Mesut Ozil has contributed so much to his country from an extremely young age. At present, you can hardly call him old, but Ozil is an experienced player in the German side. Having first broken onto the national stage at 17 he can already boast a World Cup winners medal. If Özil, who is acclaimed for his finesse and improvisation as an attacking midfielder, can have the same influence as he did in Rio, Germany could breeze their way to the final. His style and ability for providing assists was compared to Zidane by ex Real manager Jose Mourinho, who is one of a number of admirers.
Julian Draxler is making quite a name for himself in German football, Wolfsburg got quite an acquisition when securing his signature in the summer from Schalke. At the ripe age of 22 he's made over 150 Bundlesliga appearances and has long been touted as the next best thing in German football. The player will be hoping to add to his fairly low appearances tally for his country and Germans will want this elegant attacking midfielder to add another dimension to their already very talented squad.