Germany And Bayern Munich Legend Gerd Müller Dies At The Age Of 75

Germany great Gerd Müller, widely regarded as one of the game's greatest goal scorers and nicknamed "Der Bomber”, has died at the age of 75, his former club Bayern Munich said on Sunday.

Müller scored 68 goals in 62 international games for West Germany, including the winner in the 1974 World Cup final, and is third in the all-time list of most goals in the competition with 14 goals behind Ronaldo (15) and Miroslav Klose (16).

He also won the European championship in 1972 with them.

Michael Ballack’s 18-Year-Old Son Killed In Tragic ATV Accident

LISBON - Former Germany and Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack's 18-year-old son Emilio died in a quad-bike accident near Lisbon on Thursday, Setubal's emergency services said.

A spokesperson for the emergency operations told Reuters Emilio died at 2:17 a.m. in the holiday destination Troia, south of Lisbon. The 18-year-old was involved in a four-wheel crash.

Germany, Argentina And France All Crash Out Of Olympic Group Stage

Defending champions Brazil advanced to the quarter-finals of the men's Olympic soccer tournament after a 3-1 victory over Saudi Arabia on Wednesday helped them top Group D while Ivory Coast booked their berth by sending Germany home.

Japan advanced after delivering the knockout blow to 10-man France with a 4-0 win to stay perfect in Group A. Takefusa Kubo, Hiroki Sakai, Koji Miyoshi and Daizen Maeda all scored for the rampant hosts while Randal Kolo Muani was sent off for France.

Richarlison Hits 30-Minute Hat-Trick In Brazil’s Wild 4-2 Win Over Germany

YOKOHAMA, Japan - Brazil striker Richarlison struck a stunning hat-trick inside 30 minutes as the defending Olympic champions beat Germany 4-2 in their opening Group D game in the men's tournament at the International Stadium on Thursday.

Brazil should have had the outcome decided by the interval given the amount of chances they created but Germany struck twice in the second half, despite going down to 10 men in the 63rd minute.

These Are The Weird Old Guys Who Will Be Playing Olympic Soccer With A Bunch Of Kids

Men’s Olympic soccer is a weird experience. Not quite a major international as it is on the women’s side and not quite a full youth competition, the result is a bizarre amalgamation of young and old players on the 16 national team rosters. So before you wake up at 4 a.m. and wonder who in the holy name of Ted Lasso are these blokes running around in Japan, here’s a guide for the weird and notable over-age Olympic soccer players to watch this summer.

Germany's Olympic Team Abandons Friendly Match After Alleged Racist Abuse

The German men's Olympic soccer team left the pitch five minutes before the end of their warm-up game against Honduras in Wakayama, Japan on Saturday after defender Jordan Torunarigha was allegedly racially abused.

Alemania Reveló Su Equipo Olímpico Al Estilo De Los Supercampeones

No hay dibujos animados de fútbol más famosos e influyentes que los Supercampeones. O Capitán Tsubasa por su nombre original. El show inspirado en el manga de Yōichi Takahashi fue y sigue siendo un fenómeno global tan grande que la selección de Alemania decidió homenajearlo a la hora de presentar su escuadra para los Juegos Olímpicos Tokio 2020.

Convocatoria Alemania Supercampeones

La Mannschaft reveló su lista de 19 jugadores con un video que emula las aventuras de Oliver Atom, Benji Price y Steve Hyuga.

World Cup Winner Kroos Calls Time On International Career

Germany midfielder Toni Kroos has announced his retirement from international football after his team's exit from the European Championship, the 31-year-old said on Instagram.

Kroos' announcement came three days after Germany were beaten 2-0 by England in the last 16 of Euro 2020 at Wembley.

Con El Permiso De Cristóbal Soria Del Chiringuito: "¿Dónde Está El Grupo De La Muerte? ... ¿Dónde Está?"

Francia, Alemania, Portugal y Hungría eran parte del Grupo F de la Eurocopa. Grupo tan difícil como atractivo. Francia, vigente campeón mundial; Portugal, actual rey de Europa; Alemania, tetracampeones mundiales; y Hungría a completar el grupo.

Didier Deschamps, Joachim Löw y Fernando Santos contaban con los mejores equipos desde el vamos. Ponerlos entre los favoritos del torneo y llamar a la serie el Grupo de la Muerte caía de cajón.