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Sports Football 04 Jun 2018 FIFA World Cup 2018: ...

FIFA World Cup 2018: Germany omit Manchester City's Leroy Sane from 23-man squad

REUTERS
Published Jun 4, 2018, 3:34 pm IST
Updated Jun 4, 2018, 4:14 pm IST
Goalkeeper Bernd Leno, forward Nils Petersen and defender Jonathan Tah also failed to make the cut.
Loew announced his squad at the end of a training camp at the Italian Alps. (Photo: AFP)
 Loew announced his squad at the end of a training camp at the Italian Alps. (Photo: AFP)

Berlin: Attacking midfielder Leroy Sane was a surprise omission from Joachim Loew’s final Germany squad for the World Cup finals on Monday as goalkeeper Manuel Neuer was named among the 23 players heading to Russia for the defending champions.

Neuer made the squad despite playing in just one official game, a friendly against Austria on Friday, since breaking a bone in his foot in September but talented 22-year-old Sane was the biggest name to miss out.

 

The Manchester City midfielder, goalkeeper Bernd Leno, forward Nils Petersen and defender Jonathan Tah were the four players that failed to make the cut.

Germany captain Neuer, who won the World Cup four years ago, will also be their first choice keeper for the tournament, ahead of designated number two Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Kevin Trapp.

Loew announced his squad at the end of a training camp at the Italian Alps. The Germans play their last warm-up game against Saudi Arabia in Leverkusen on Friday before the start of the tournament on June 14.

Germany are in Group F along with Sweden, Mexico and South Korea.

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