Germany's forward Thomas Mueller (L, on June 6, 2014 in Mainz in Mainz) and Algeria's forward Sofiane Feghouli (R, on June 26, 2014 in Curitiba). (AFP PHOTO / DANIEL ROLAND / ADRIAN DENNIS)
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If revenge is a plate best served cold, Algeria will hope to dish it out to Germany in their World Cup Round of 16 match Monday 32 years after one of the most shameful games in the tournament's history.Algeria have beaten Germany in the World Cup before, defeating the then-West Germany 2-1 in Spain in 1982 .West Germany met Austria in the final group game with a narrow German victory enough for both teams to go through and see Algeria eliminated.Algeria will hope Porto Alegre will be propitious for them after their historic battle here against South Korea, when their four goals made them the highest-scoring African side in a single World Cup game.Slimani is also proving to be one the tournament's players to watch and after his 60th minute goal, Algeria had the discipline to hold firm against surging Russian attacks.
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