Coach Joachim Loew, right, talks to Thomas Mueller, left, during a training session of the German national soccer team in the Camille Fournier stadium at their base camp in Evian, France, Thursday, June 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
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Germany coach Joachim Loew has at his disposal most of the players that won the 2014 World Cup final in Rio de Janeiro.The 20-year-old Tah's addition ensured Germany will have the youngest side at Euro 2016 with an average age of 25.81 years, marginally younger than England's squad with an average age of 25.84 .Germany have had to deal with a few bumps since winning the World Cup, most notably the retirement of defenders Philipp Lahm and Per Mertesacker, and veteran forward Miroslav Klose, the country's all-time leading scorer with 71 goals.Germany have yet to lose in five games, including four competitive matches, against Ukraine.
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