Timo Werner

3 days ago
Timo Werner lamented Germany's wastefulness in front of goal after a record 3-0 loss to Netherlands left them without a goal or a win in the Nations League. Germany had never lost to their rivals by three or more goals but Ronald Koeman's side enjoyed a famous success in Amsterdam as Virgil van Dijk's first-half header was added to by late strikes from Memphis Depay and Georginio Wijnaldum. Having failed to score in two of their three games when they crashed out of the World Cup group stage in June, Joachim Low's men are yet to score in either of their Nations League games after drawing 0-0 with France in their opening fixture.
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4 days ago
A brief editorial: It seems like Joachim Löw is making some changes. Maybe the arrogance of the past is finally submitting to the need for change. One thing...yes, only one thing would win me over today for Löw: Start Thomas Müller centrally at attacking mid and see what happens. Based on recent performances for Bayern Munich, success may not be guaranteed, but why stifle one of your most creative and unselfish playmakers? If you are riding Timo Werner as the striker (which is also apparently no guarantee today either...see below), you might as well flank him with equally pacey forwards like Leroy Sané and Julian Brandt, along with a proven playmaker in Müller. I think Germany needs it. I think
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1 week ago
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1 week ago
BERLIN (AP) — Nuremberg goalkeeper Fabian Bredlow saved a penalty but that didn't make up for the six goals he had already conceded as his team lost 6-0 at Leipzig in the Bundesliga on Sunday. With more than an hour gone, Tim Leibold was sent off as the last defender for bringing down Timo Werner. But Werner, who had scored twice already for Leipzig, saw his spot kick saved in a rare moment of success for the visitors. Leipzig, aware that Borussia Dortmund scored seven past the promoted side, kept pushing for more. Leipzig captain Willi Orban struck the post with a header. The result lifted Leipzig second on goal difference ahead of Borussia Moenchengladbach, Werder Bremen and Hertha Berlin,
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