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Sane encouraged despite Germany's 'annoying' Nations League collapse

Goal.com Monday, 19 November 2018 ()
Sane encouraged despite Germany's 'annoying' Nations League collapseMonday's draw with the Netherlands showed the team are capable of "playing really good football", according the Manchester City winger
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