Legendary Bayern Munich keeper, Manuel Neuer, is set to make history when Germany takes Spain in the UEFA Nations League, by becoming their all-time most capped goalkeeper for with his 96th appearance for the national team. The 34-year-old will likely become the first German goalie to reach the 100-cap mark in 2021, and has already enjoyed great success for his country, winning the 2014 FIFA World Cup and earning the Golden Glove award for being the best goalkeeper in the tournament.
In the latest episode of the SL Podcast’s ‘The Bundesliga Connection’, DW Sports Correspondent Kres Harrington debates where Neuer ranks among the all-time greats in German history and how his achievements compare to the likes of Oliver Kahn & Sepp Maier, who previously held the record since 1979. Harrington also discusses the latest injury news coming out of the German national team camp, and the possibility of Thomas Mueller, Jerome Boateng & Mat Hummels making a return for ‘Die Mannschaft’.
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