Germany’s World Cup form this season has been excellent overall, with 8 wins, 1 draw, and 1 loss. Germany is currently ranked 0 out of 11 teams in the World Cup standings, having won 80 percent of their matches. Germany’s home record is excellent, with three wins, one draw, and no losses. And their away record is excellent, with 5 wins, 0 draws, and 1 defeat.
Germany will play Israel in Hoffenheim on March 26 before traveling to Amsterdam on March 29 to face the Netherlands.
There are no Borussia Dortmund players in Hansi Flick’s Germany squad for the upcoming international break.
Germany has named a squad of 26 players for upcoming international friendlies against Israel and the Netherlands, and no Borussia Dortmund players have been left out.
Marco Reus, captain of Borussia Dortmund, is currently ill and will miss his third game in a row this weekend. Mats Hummels, on the other hand, has only recently returned to training after testing positive for Covid-19.
Other BVB players who could have been considered for a Germany call-up include Mahmoud Dahoud, Julian Brandt, Emre Can, and Nico Schulz. However, they have not been assigned to Hansi Flick’s team.
During his press conference, Flick stated that the players from Borussia Dortmund are still very much on his radar, and they still have a few matchdays left before the end of the season to make an impression. He also stated that if Reus had been fit, he would have been named to the squad.
Niklas Süle, who will join Borussia Dortmund from Bayern Munich this summer, will also miss Germany’s upcoming matches due to a hamstring injury.
Meanwhile, Julian Weigl, a former Borussia Dortmund midfielder, has been recalled to the Germany squad. Weigl last played for Germany in 2017, but he has fought his way back into contention after impressing for SL Benfica in recent months.
Anton Stach, a Mainz 05 midfielder, has also received his first senior call-up for the German national team.