<p><strong>Manuel Neuer</strong></p>Was relatively untroubled in the German goal until late on when he made a great save to keep Silvestre Varela out. 7/10</p>

Germany v Portugal player ratings

Man-for-man marking from the Euro 2012 match at the Arena Lviv in Lviv

German team to visit Auschwitz

German football players and officials will travel to Poland Friday to visit the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, after a friendly against Israel ahead of the European Championship.

Cacau was a surprise omission from a squad light on forwards
Wesley Sneijder has been struggling for form at Inter

Dutch masters threatened by the re-emergence of Germany

World Cup finalists need big stars back to their best to stand a chance at Euros. By Jack Pitt-Brooke

Wesley Sneijder has been struggling for form at Inter

Dutch masters threatened by re-emergence of Germany

World Cup finalists need Sneijder and Robben back to their best to stand any chance of Euro 2012 crown, reports Jack Pitt-Brooke

Müller and Ozil fire Germany

Germany 3 Netherlands 0

Out-of-contract Klose signs deal with Lazio

German striker Miroslav Klose has transferred to Lazio after failing to agree to a new contract with Bayern Munich.

Miroslav Klose leaving Bayern Munich

Germany striker Miroslav Klose is leaving Bayern Munich after failing to agree a new contract with the Bundesliga club.

Paul Lambert insists he never wanted to leave Norwich

Paul Lambert insists leaving Norwich never crossed his mind and, with speculation over his future now put to bed, the Scottish manager can focus on a summer recruitment drive to help the Canaries stay in the Barclays Premier League.

Paul Lambert extends deal at Norwich

Norwich tonight confirmed manager Paul Lambert has signed a "new and improved" contract.

Steve Bruce predicts 'extremely busy' summer at Sunderland

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce will start this summer's recruitment process on Monday morning as he attempts to pick up some early bargains.

International round-up: Messi's winner overshadows Ronaldo

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo both scored in the duel between the two most recent World Players of the Year last night, but it was the Barcelona striker who had the last laugh when his 89th-minute penalty gave Argentina a 2-1 win over Portugal in Geneva.

Gomez ready to repay faith of Van Gaal against Cluj

Bayern Munich's injury crisis has finally given striker Mario Gomez a chance to start repaying the huge investment the club made in him last year.

Bayern Munich concede Bundesliga title

President Franz Beckenbauer appears to have written off Bayern Munich's chances of retaining the Bundesliga title just seven matches into the season.

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