Toni Kroos was arguably one of the tournament's best players after his performance against Ukraine. Germany ended up winning 2-0 and they will try to keep that momentum going when they play against Poland tonight in Saint-Denis.
Lewandowski and his Polish teammates earned the three points against Northern Ireland so today's fixture will most likely decide the group winner. Poland are a dangerous team with players like Lewandowski or Milik, so Germany must keep their composure in order to keep a clean sheet.
Either way, Germany clearly have the edge here and they should win comfortably if their attackers deliver. Draxler, Müller, Kroos, Khedira, Özil and Götze are definitely good enough to decide every single game. However, it will be important for Löw's men to build up some confidence for what's ahead in the tournament, given that their match against Ukraine wasn't as good as some analysts expected Germany to be this Euro.
Location: Saint-Denis, France.
Kick-off time: 09:00 PM CET, 03:00 AM Eastern, 12:00 PM Pacific
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