Starting with the time when Germany competed in the World Cup as two distinct sides (East and West), the German national football team has a long and illustrious history at the tournament.

In the 2014 competition, Germany won the title of champion for the fourth time in its history.

The current world champions, Germany, were eliminated in the first round of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. This was the fourth consecutive World Cup in which Germany had averted this humiliating fate.

The German national football team is one of the few teams that has made a habit of competing in this competition year after year. In point of fact, ever since the qualification process was instituted for the World Cup in 1934, Germany has qualified for every tournament that has taken place since then. It was only by invitation that teams could compete in the inaugural World Cup in 1930, and West Germany, along with numerous other European teams, declined the offer for a number of different reasons.

The only one that it did not win was in 1950, when it was prohibited as a result of the events that occurred in the wake of World War II.

In the 1954 World Cup, West Germany was an unseeded team that was making its comeback in the tournament. They left as champions after winning the “Miracle of Bern” final against the finest Hungarian side that has ever been.

The foundation for greatness was laid, and the so-called resiliency of the German people was brought to the forefront for the first time.

The previous three championships that Germany has won occurred under more predictable conditions: in 1974, the team won as hosts; in 1990, they defeated Argentina in a dreary 1-0 victory; and in 2014, they defeated the same opponents.

After an embarrassing performance in the 2018 World Cup, the German squad continued to struggle and was on the verge of being eliminated from the UEFA Nations League until UEFA decided to increase the number of teams in the competition.

Despite the team’s failures, the coach who led them to victory in the World Cup in 2014 remained in charge. Low’s reign came to an end after Germany was eliminated in the round of 16 at Euro 2020 due to their dismal performance. After then, his aide, Hansi Flick, seized the helm.

With a perfect record of seven wins out of seven, Flick’s reign was marked by a speedy and trouble-free qualification for the World Cup. Even though Germany’s performances in the matches for the Nations League have not been the same, the roster that will compete in the World Cup is full of quality players and has a good mix of young and old players.

For several players, such as Germany’s captain and goalkeeper Manuel Neuer and striker Thomas Muller, this will undoubtedly be their final World Cup. Both had outstanding performances in the World Cup. During both the 2010 and 2014 games, Muller was a shining light for his team as a star player. He has scored ten goals at the World Cup, won the Best Young Player award once, the Golden Boot award once, and the Silver Boot award once. In 2014, he was selected for the World Cup All-Star XI.

He didn’t contribute much to his team’s poor performance in 2018, so he’ll be aiming to make up for lost time at the World Cup, which will be his fourth and possibly last appearance.

However, Flick’s team is not dependent on Muller’s performance in any way. Players such as Ilkay Gundogan, Joshua Kimmich, and Jamal Musiala are in excellent position to take charge of the match from the center of the field. Mario Gotze, a steady forward named Kai Havertz, and Serge Gnabry are all capable of scoring goals, and they make up the front line of the team. The 2014 final was won by Gotze.

Fans of the German national team will not be satisfied with anything less than a record-tying fifth title, even though it is possible that Germany will not be among the teams considered to be the clear favorites this time around.

Germany should advance to the round of 16, and they may even make it all the way to the semifinals. This is despite the fact that they are in a difficult group with Costa Rica, Japan, and Spain. Always keep in mind that the Germans are a force to be reckoned with.

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