Niklas Sule and Leroy Sane take the pitch on Germany’s side, while Thiago alcantara will probably start for Spain. For once Jogi Low can’t be blamed for not calling up the danger trio of Mats Hummels, Thomas Muller, and Jerome Boateng, because most of them were too busy celebrating a treble. You’d think the two key members of a squad that dominated Germany and Europe would be perfect for any NT, but you’d be wrong.
Isn’t it funny that, despite Covid-19 basically stopping all sporting events around the world for several months, the UEFA Nations League is the only competition that is going ahead as-scheduled? What a world we live in, huh?
Location: Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart, Germany
Time: 8:45 pm local time, 2:45 pm EST
Tips for commenting:
- If you’re a new member, feel free to introduce yourself. We’re
mostlyvery friendly! Also, we’re from all parts of the world so don’t feel shy if you’re from a country that doesn’t seem represented on the blog.
- SBN is a little slow to show new comments. Refresh the page regularly to keep up with the discussion, especially after goals.
- The goal celebrations are for everyone to participate in! Even if you’re lagging behind the others, keep replying to the most recent call of the player’s name. Even if you missed the first call, just start from the second, and so on.
- While swearing is allowed within reason, please be polite to your fellow posters and avoid gratuitous obscenities. Racist, homophobic, and misogynistic language is not allowed whatsoever.
Check out our beginners thread if you have any more questions. That’s about it. Auf geht’s!
Looking for an unending well of Bayern Munich content? Sign up for an SBNation account and join the conversation on Bavarian Football Works. Whether it’s full match coverage and analysis, breaking news or something completely different, we have it all.