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OFFICIAL: Germany Announce Final 26-man World Cup Squad!

Germany have announced their final 26-man squad for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, MySportDab reports.

As expected, the 2014 winners of the tournament are going for the best legs that are plying their trade in Europe, with Bayern Munich players dominating the squad.

Legendary Bundesliga and Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller is named in the squad and will be leading the attacking lineup of the Les Bleus.

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Also in the squad is Bayern Munich youngster Jamal Musiala, who has been in prolific form this season for the Bavarians.

Serge Gnabry, who scored his first hat trick this season in Bayern Munich’s 6-1 thrashing of Bremen is also in the squad.

Former Manchester City and Bayern Munich forward Leroy Sane is also picked by Hansi Flick, including former Chelsea and Real Madrid defender Anthony Rudiger.

Other top names on the list include Kai Harvertz, Mario Gotze, Joshua Kimmich, Julian Brandt, and Karim Adeyemi.

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Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer, Marc-Andre tee Stegen, and Kevin Trapp.

Defenders: Amel Bellar-Kotchap, Mathias Ginter, Christian Gunter, Thilo Kehrer, Lucas Klostermann, David Raum, Antonio Rudiger, Nico Schlotterbeck, and Niklas Sule.

Midfielders/ Attack: Karim Adeyemi, Julian Brandt, Niklas Fullkrugg, Serge Gnabry, Leon Goretzka, Mario Gotze, Ikkay Gundogan, Kai Havertz, Jonas Hoffman, Joshua Kimmich, Youssouffa Moukoko, Leroy Sane, Jamal Musiala, Thomas Muller.

Germany is in Group E and will kick start their World Cup campaign against Japan on 23 November before taking on Spain and Costa Rica.

They are top favorites to qualify from the group and also go far in the tournament after winning it in 2014.

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