World Cup Tactics : Chapter 12

WRITTEN BY ALEX STEWART PRODUCED BY TIFO STUDIOS

Germany, the 2014 World Cup holders, qualified top of their group in UEFA qualification, winning every game and amassing a goal difference of plus 39. Germany shared the goal-scoring around as well – Thomas Muller and Sandro Wagner, who did not make the squad for the finals, scored five each; Julian Draxler, Serge Gnabry, Timo Werner, and Leon Goretzka all managed three.

Die Mannschaft are considered favourites by many for Russia 2018. We tactically preview the 2014 World Champions, Germany.

Series: World Cup Tactics

World Cup | Tactical Preview | Group A World Cup | Tactical Preview | Group B World Cup | Tactical Preview | Spain World Cup | Tactical Preview | Group C World Cup | Tactical Preview | Group D World Cup | Tactical Preview | France World Cup | Tactical Preview | Group E World Cup | Tactical Preview | Group F World Cup | Tactics Explained | England’s 3-5-2 World Cup | Tactical Preview | Group G World Cup | Tactical Preview | Group H World Cup | Tactical Preview | Germany World Cup | Tactics Explained | Belgium’s 3-4-2-1 World Cup | Tactics Explained | Why Is Kyle Walker Playing Centre Back World Cup | Tactics Explained | How Portugal Maximise Cristiano Ronaldo’s Influence
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