DORTMUND, Germany (AP) — Borussia Dortmund striker Sébastien Haller has undergone a second operation for testicular cancer, which has kept him sidelined this season. “Operation number 2 went well!” Haller wrote on Twitter, adding his thanks to his medical team and that he “can't wait” to take the next step.
different reaction there. they cannot quite believe the results, the fans literally having a party in the middle of the street. let's take a look at what happened on the pitch now — with sanny rudravajala. as four—time winners, germany know exactly what it takes to lift the world cup. just ask captain manuel neuer. he was also in goal when the then champions were dumped out in the group stage four years ago. a humiliation new boss hansi flick was hoping to avoid. and after david raum went down and ilkay gundogan dispatched from the spot, it looked like the horror of 2018 was well and truly behind them. but for the heroics of shuichi gonda, it would have been. after 12 years as an understudy, he was having his moment in the spotlight. but into the second half, and at the other end, the warning signs were starting to appear. neuer equal to hiroki ito, even if hiroki sakai let him off. just three minutes later, though, ritsu doan, whose side freiburg sit second in the bundesliga, wasn't so generous. a familiarface haunting
minute. before i sino came off the bench and made it to — one. both of those players play in the german bundesliga. so i can't imagine germany would be forgetting their names anytime soon. what a moment this was. this moment came just before the match. now, we knew something was imminent. this is to do with the one love armbands that have been discussed over the past few days. this issue has been bubbling we didn't know germany was going to make a protest. they came onto the pitch to make a pre—match photo covering their mouths with their hands. this is the german interior minister. she also came in wearing the arm band which most people have been not been permitted to do so. and that is the book—keeper who came with the permitted armband being checked by an official of course the stop so the idea behind this is that a
for bochum bundesliga with a thumping strike from a tight angle to make it 2—1 and write his name is in the history books. well, before kick—off, germany staged what appeared to be a protest to fifa over the 0nelove armbands. they stood for their team photo with their hands covering their mouths, two days after european teams were threatened with sanctions if they opted to wear the armband during matches. the country's interior minister nancy faeser had worn the armband while sitting next to fifa president gianni infantino. she had earlier criticised fifa, saying the threat of sanctions was unacceptable behaviour, while the german fa are planning legal action against the world football governing body over the fiasco. fifa have since said they will face no disciplinary action. while other former winners might be struggling, 2010 champions spain started their campaign in sensational style, steam—rolling a stunned costa rica as they scored seven in the opening match. craig templeton rounds up a very one—sided contest. time to start with a victory — the pre—match words of
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — As Poland's all-time leading scorer, Robert Lewandowski is still missing something from his collection: A goal at the World Cup. That could change on Tuesday against Mexico, Poland’s opening opponent in Group C.