As hosts five years ago Didier Deschamps’ men reached the final in Paris, where they came up short against Portugal, but Les Bleus exorcised the ghosts from that showpiece slip-up just 24 months later as they lifted the Jules Rimet Trophy aloft in Russia.
The reigning world champions will thus fancy their chances of replicating the form they showed from Euro 2016 and reach the latter stages of UEFA’s flagship tournament.
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Germany meanwhile had a World Cup 2018 to forget, exiting the group stages with a whimper, which culminated in Joachim Low’s infamous axing of the old guard, with the likes of Thomas Muller and Mats Hummels banished from the international circuit, both of whom have since returned, though. In what will be Low’s last tournament before bowing out, the experienced tactician will be eyeing up a parting gift that would cement his legacy forever.
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