Long gone are the days of Joachim Löw's Germany side lifting the World Cup trophy, he now finds himself with one final challenge to leave on a high before handing the reigns to former Bayern boss, Hansi Flick. Germany were poor in the 2018 World Cup and have had a tough build-up to the competition this time around, most notably a defeat to North Macedonia in March. They find themselves in what is the toughest group of the competition facing France in their opening tie. Ed Aarons looks at whether Löw can work his magic one last time.
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