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Germany´s World Cup woe won´t bother Bayern Munich, insists Alaba

SoccerNews.com Friday, 13 July 2018
Bayern Munich’s Germany internationals will not suffer from a World Cup hangover after their early exit in Russia, according to David Alaba. Joachim Low’s squad travelled to the tournament with high hopes of retaining the trophy they won in Brazil four years ago, only to surprisingly fall at the first hurdle. A dramatic win over […]

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