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Germany Exiting The 2018 World Cup Continues Truly Unbelievable Trend

Germany Exiting The 2018 World Cup Continues Truly Unbelievable Trend

Germany are OUT of the 2018 World Cup.

THIS IS NOT A DRILL.

The defending World Champions have failed to get out of the group. What's more, Germany finished BOTTOM of group F.

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Germany opened their campaign by losing to Mexico. But Joachim Low's side bounced back by producing a dramatic victory against Sweden to seal three points thanks to a 95th minute Toni Kroos free-kick.

However, South Korea inflicted more misery on Germany who have exited the competition.

Disappointment among the German team. Image: PA
Disappointment among the German team. Image: PA

Germany being dumped out of the tournament continues a bizarre trend.

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The 2006, 2010 and 2014 World Cup winners have all failed to get out of the group stage in the following World Cup.

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Not to mention France. 'Les Bleus' raised gold in 1998 before crashing out in 2002. Just like Italy (2006 winners) in 2010, Spain (2010 winners) in 2014 and Germany (2014 winners) in 2018.

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