9 January 2019
It promises to be a reverberating and pulsating affair when both Germany and Spain meet in the world cup international friendlies. This would a tasty clash of the Titans, precisely the battle of champions. History is lit with the exploits of both teams although the last time both teams met at the senior level was 18 years in Hanover in 2000.
Spain has been sparkling in recent years playing a tremendous brand of tantalizing football spiced with the most technical caliber of players like Iniesta, Busquets and others. Having won the World Cup of late as well as conquering Europe on double occasions, Spain has rightly established itself as one of the contemporary leaders of modern day football.
Germany on the other side has been recovering from a relative relapse where a side famous for winning trophies from the ancestral times went over 17 years from 1996 without senior titles. A Mario Gotze goal in the last World Cup was a massive revitalization after a series of close runs.
The modern Germany is built around kingpins like Thomas Mueller, Neuer. Thomas Mueller precisely forms the backbone of the German team. Languid yet a tireless workhorse, there is no sparkling glint in Mueller’s game like the flashy type that typifies the likes of Neymar, Ronaldinho, and Messi, but Thomas Mueller is terribly effective. He gets the work done pretty well, scores goals and allows his team to play.
Enjoying a rejuvenation under the returned Jupp Heckynes after suffering a relapse under Ancelotti, he is back with the goals. But when he meets Spain, he has an audacious block in the goal in the form of the ferocious De Gea. Would he be able to put the ball into the net through De Gea, and would Germany win? William Hill is giving you 10/1 for Thomas Mueller to score and for Germany to win Spain. No big requirements as this offer is both open to new and existing customers. This offer is for a limited time though.