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Spain and Germany will have different objectives when they play a friendly in Vigo Tuesday in the first meeting between the European heavyweights since Spain's 1-0 win in the semifinals of the 2010 World Cup.Del Bosque is in the process of integrating a new generation, following the retirement from internationals of stalwarts like Xavi, Xabi Alonso and David Villa, as the European champions prepare for a tilt at a third straight continental title in France in two years' time.The hopes of La Roja now rest with players like midfielders Koke and Isco and forward Paco Alcacer. Germany coach Joachim Loew has insisted he and his players are not looking to avenge defeats to Spain in the final of Euro 2008 and in the last four at the 2010 World Cup.
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