Veteran Mueller to breath new life to Germany's Euro bid

  • Football
  • Saturday, 29 May 2021

FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - Euro 2020 - Germany Training - Seefeld, Austria - May 28, 2021 Germany's Thomas Mueller during training REUTERS/Angelika Warmuth

BERLIN (Reuters) - When Thomas Mueller's international career ended abruptly in 2019 after Germany coach Joachim Loew dropped him, few would have thought that the 2014 World Cup winner would play for his country again, especially under the same coach.

In those two years away from international duty, however, Mueller achieved remarkable things with Bayern Munich, winning six domestic and international titles in a 2019-20 season sweep that also included his second Champions League trophy.

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