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- Analysis: Germans go back to basics to get back on track at World CupSoccer ·
November 27, 2022
Any job is easier when you use the right tools, and on Sunday a bruised Germany bounced off the World Cup ropes to come from behind in their Group E match with Spain to earn a priceless 1-1 draw and boost their chances of reaching the knockout phase.