Goetze and Schuerrle are Germany’s World Cup winning duo.
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Borussia Dortmund's new signings Andre Schuerrle and Mario Goetze admit they are excited 'like little kids' at the prospect of facing Bayern Munich for the German Super Cup Sunday.Goetze has returned to Dortmund after three unhappy years at Bayern, while Schuerrle, 25, arrives after 18 months at Wolfsburg following two seasons at Chelsea where he failed to hold down a first-team place.Having joined Bayern to much fanfare for 37 million euros ($40 million) in 2013, Goetze, still only 24, has spent most of the last three years either injured or on the bench.Goetze says he would not have joined Bayern had he known in 2013 what he knows now, despite leaving Munich with three Bundesliga winners medals.
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