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Honigstein: Time running out for Gotze

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Germany vs. Slovakia: Ozil is key but Hamsik and Slovakia plot a shock

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Thomas Muller says Germany are feeling confident ahead of their showdown with Slovakia.
Thomas Muller says Germany are feeling confident ahead of their showdown with Slovakia.
Thomas Muller says Germany are feeling confident ahead of their showdown with Slovakia.

The round of 16 is upon us and Germany face Slovakia in Lille on Sunday.

Stephan Uersfeld (Germany) and Lukas Vrablik (Slovakia) look ahead to the match.

Sum up your tournament so far

Stephan Uersfeld: Germany are a classic Turniermannschaft, a team who improve over the course of a tournament. Three matches into Euro 2016 and Joachim Low's XI have again shown why that is the case.

The 2-0 win in the opener against Ukraine -- with Bastian Schweinsteiger scoring late on -- looked much better on paper...

Mario Gotze is running out of time to be Germany's saviour once again

Thomas Schneider says Germany have plenty of options on how to play Mario Gotze and Mario Gomez.

Ninety minutes, 66 minutes, 50 minutes: Mario Gotze's time on the pitch at these Euros has steadily eroded in each game, just as Germany have begun to hit their stride. The Bayern Munich attacking midfielder is expected to line up again for the World Cup winners against Slovakia in Lille on Sunday, but he will have to do better -- a lot better -- if he's to last much beyond the half-time break. Increasingly loud calls for the inclusion of Schalke teenager Leroy Sane back home in Germany reflect...

Super Mario Gomez might be just the throwback Germany needs to win Euro

Mario Gomez feels Germany can continue their football dominance if the team bonds like they did at the 2014 World Cup.

PARIS -- You wonder if, when Joachim Low recalled Mario Gomez to the German national side, he figured he might take him to the Euros and put him in some kind of transparent case with a sign saying BREAK GLASS IN CASE OF EMERGENCY.

We're talking the kind of emergency that occurs when you know you're going to be camped out in the opposition's final third and you need a battle-axe to break down the opposition's bus. It's what Germany experienced in each of their three group games. And it's what they...