German football expert and DW Sports correspondent Kres Harrington breaks down Die Mannschaft's chances at the upcoming UEFA European Championship, where they'll face stiff competition from current world champions France and holders Portugal in the so-called "Group of Death".
It's been four years since Germany last lifted a title, having beaten Chile in the final of the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. And while it's been seven years since their last major trophy (the 2014 FIFA World Cup), it's been even longer since they've won the UEFA European Championship, having last lifted the title in 1996.
The upcoming Euros will also serve as Germany coach Joachim Low's last tournament in charge after he announced that he will be stepping down after the tournament.
In the latest episode of the SL Podcast's "The Bundesliga Connection", German football expert and DW Sports correspondent Kres Harrington breaks down Die Mannschaft's chances at the next Euros, where they'll face stiff competition from the likes of current world champions France as well as European Championship holders Portugal in what many have called the "Group of Death".
In the full show, Harrington also discusses the rumoured reports of Borussia Dortmund placing a €180 million (R3.15 billion) price tag on star striker Erling Haaland.
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