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Daily Schmankerl: The aftermath of Germany vs. Spain; Bayern Munich, Manchester City made offers to Real Madr… – Bavarian Football Works

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That was better than a loss…NO ONE WILL ARGUE WITH THAT!
Former Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick found himself in the unenviable position of needing to match up a very good squad from Spain.
No, Flick did not need Germany to win to keep their hopes alive (the 1-1 result will do just fine), but he needed to build some kind of momentum. For roughly 70 minutes, it appeared that this would end up as a lost cause, but the final 20 minutes proved eventful — and show that Germany still have the ability to dig deep and rally when it needs to.
A draw isn’t a win, but it was good enough for this game. Here are some quick hitters on the match:
Your #GER line-up to face #ESP#FIFAWorldCup #ESPGER pic.twitter.com/63bjSvs5yI
Well, the age old question NOW has an answer. SB Nation has developed a very scientific system to help YOU figure out who should get your rooting allegiances during the World Cup. Test the system here…if YOU dare.
NICLAS FÜLLKRUG YOU BEAST OF A MAN! ❤️ (83′)#GER #FIFAWorldCup #ESPGER 1-1 pic.twitter.com/V2IYPVyaSR
If you missed out Initial Analysis, Match Awards, Observations, or Postgame Podcast, give them a look or a listen:

Did Bayern Munich really make an attempt to lure Toni Kroos away from Real Madrid? If so, that would be wild:
According to a report from Mundo Deportivo, Toni Kroos has had offers from other clubs as well. Bayern Munich and Manchester City are among the clubs to have contacted and explored the possibility of signing the veteran midfielder next season.
But the report suggests Kroos has rejected both proposals. He is not keen on moving away from Santiago Bernabeu. And it stands, his decision lingers between a prolonged stay at Real Madrid or announcing an early retirement.
Borussia Mönchengladbach striker Marcus Thuram reportedly wants to move to Bayern Munich — and not Juventus, Inter Milan, or some of the other clubs pursuing him:
The striker is one of the finest in the Bundesliga and will be a free agent at the end of this campaign. The Germans want to keep him and would prefer to sell him in the January transfer window if he does not sign a new deal.
Juve and Inter Milan are keen to add him to their squad, but a report on Tuttomercatoweb reveals the attacker is not keen on a January move from Gladbach. He wants to run down his deal at the German side and when he becomes free, his preference is Bayern Munich.
Bayern Munich’s luck has been pretty terrible at the World Cup. For Germany, it has not been much better, either.
For both club and country, Citizen King’s 1999 tune “Better Days” absolutely rings true (and yup, there may have been ample Thanksgiving beers consumed for me to remember that song).
Bayern Munich and Germany could use some new juju to change up the way things have been going, and we’ll see if we can find some reason to get the optimism rolling.
This is what we have on tap for this episode:
Liverpool FC, Manchester City, and Real Madrid are reportedly in the lead for Borussia Dortmund star and England midfielder Jude Bellingham:
X News #Bellingham: Been told that #MUFC hardly has a chance anymore. Triple fight: Liverpool, City, Real! #LFC & Klopp pushing! But not at any price due to FFP. Price: Up to €150m! JB is LFCs top target for central midfield – next to 2 players from South America. @SkySportDE pic.twitter.com/8ivToevjAb
It looks like Manchester United could be close to making a deal for PSV Eindhoven’s Cody Gakpo:
| Gakpo deal is setup.

He’s verbally agreed to join Man Utd in January. 5 year contract.

€60m approx deal with PSV. Green light from both sides to complete a deal, with player wanting Premier League football#mufc
FC Barcelona attacker Ousmane Dembélé threw a compliment in the direction of Bayern Munich’s Benjamin Pavard after France down Denmark 2-1.
“Pavard and (Jules) Koundé are very good defenders, they understand the defensive or offensive game well and make space for us. We talk a lot on and off the field,” said Dembélé.

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