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Football. May 11, am; Source: AFP. Mats Hummels has left Dortmund to sign with bitter rivals Bayern Munich. the German Cup final on May 21 in Berlin when Bayern meet Dortmund in the battle of Germany's top clubs. Jerome Boateng and they were Germany's centre-backs in the World Cup campaign. Mats Hummels has spoken about why he is crossing one of German soccer's biggest divides. The FIFA World Cup-winning center back revealed Tuesday his very fraught for me, as I had to meet the most difficult decision in my life. Josh Gordon Leaves Patriots, Football Career is Probably Over. Mats Hummels said he held clear-the-air talks with Thomas Tuchel after their Less of the ball is more: Praise for football's minimalists . coach between 17, agreed to meet before Germany's friendly against England in March Bayern Munich's Mats Hummels said he met with former coach.

He was once again at fault for that goal, which by my estimation, makes him culpable for no fewer than six of the seven his team has shipped tonight.

Brazil Germany Schurrle 78 That is a sublime finish from Andre Schurrle, who roofs the ball into the top corner with a diagonal left-footed screamer from about eight yards out, on the left side of the penalty area, after Germany had turned Marcelo inside-out again with yet another attack down the left. To a man and woman, the Brazilian supporters remaining in the stadium stand and applaud the Germans.

Schuerrle slashes home a superb seventh. Sami Khedira off, Julian Draxler on.

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David Luiz charges out of his half again, mis-kicks the ball completely and starts pointing and shouting at Thomas Muller, who'd been standing nearby. I'm not sure why and David Luiz probably isn't either. Sitting in the dug-out, the disconsolate Fred is shown on the big screen and another chorus of boos rings around the stadium. Willian is brought on and Fred trudges off to a chorus of boos from the 55, strong crowd.

Assorted Brazil players are shouting at each other, lots of their fans are crying salty tears and Luis Felipe Scolari is pointing at his eyes, presumably recommending that his players either stay alert although that ship has sailed or start showing some obvious signs of tearful contrition if they want to get out of the stadium alive. Brazil Germany Schurrle 69 Oh dear. The substitute makes itwith another tap-in for Germany from about 12 yards out.

The Germans had attacked down the right flank, the ball was crossed inside to Lahm, who picked out Schurrle. He made no mistake from his position in acres of space, side-footing home.

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Death by a thousand side-foots, this what this is. Andre Schuerrle celebrates his side-foot. With Schweinsteiger and Schurrle bearing down on him during yet another counter-attack which began with David Luiz losing the ball on the edge of the German penalty area, Julio Cesar charges out of his penalty area to bravely take the ball from the substitute, who looked set to make it It's worth bearing in mind, Brazil haven't lost a competitive home game in over 40 years.

The World Cup winning centre-back has been busy denying reports that he has already agreed to join Manchester United in the summer and, while he is quite adamant that there is no truth in the rumours, there could well be more than a small part of him that will be tempted to try something new next season.

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Only 12 points off fourth, Dortmund still have a slim chance of making the Champions League if they can maintain the momentum of their recent form, but it appears that Hummels has achieved all he can at the Westfalenstadion. At 26 years of age, reaching the peak of his career, he may well consider it is time for a new challenge.

There is certainly no doubting that he is worthy of Champions League football. A key part of the Germany team that picked up the world's biggest football prize this summer, as well as helping Dortmund to some of the best form in their history over the past few years, Hummels has established himself as one of the best central defenders on the planet and constant links with Europe's major teams come as no surprise.

Of the players to have made at least 10 starts at centre-back across Europe this term, Hummels, with an average rating of 7. The German is an all-rounder whose presence would be missed hugely were he to depart this year. Comfortable in possession, his Hummels is also a brilliant reader of the game, making 2. To top it all off he wins a whopping 6. It may be surprising to learn that Dortmund have actually won twice as frequently in Bundesliga games this season when Hummels is missing 50 percent win ratio as when he starts 25 percent win ratio.

However, given that they concede just one goal per game with Hummels playing, compared to 1. Injury disrupted the early part of Hummels' season, when it looked like he might have been wishing he was still celebrating on a Brazilian beach and was criticised for a number of below par performances.