Julian DRAXLER

Julian DRAXLER - Germany - 2018 FIFA World Cup games.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 08 June 2018

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    • POSITION
      Midfielder.
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Monday, 20 September 1993
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Gladbeck, Germany.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Germany
  • WORLD CUP
  • CLUBS
  • Schalke
    • Club Career Dates
      2011 - 2015
    • League Debut
      15th. January 2011 in a 0–1 loss to Hamburger SV.
    • Club Career
      119 Bundesliga games 18 goals
  • Wolfsburg
    • Club Career Dates
      2015 - 2017
    • League Debut
      12th September 2015 in 3-0 home win over Schalke.
    • Club Career
      34 Bundesliga games 5 goals.
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Julian DRAXLER - Germany - 2018 FIFA World Cup games.


2018 FIFA World Cup Finals. Russia.

 

Group F.

 

Germany (0) v (1) Mexico. (Lozano 35 min). Sunday June 16th. Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia.
Attendance: 78,011.

Germany:

1. Manuel Neuer (GK)(C), 2. Marvin Plattenhardt (23. Mario Gómez 79 min), 5. Mats Hummels,

6. Sami Khedira (11. Marco Rues 60 min), 7. Julian Draxler,  8. Toni Kroos,

9. Timo Werner (20. Julian Brandt 86 min), 10. Mesut Özil, 13. Thomas Müller, 17. Jérôme Boateng,

18. Joshua Kimmich.

Mexico:

13. Guillermo Ochoa (GK), 2. Hugo Ayala, 3. Carlos Salcedo, 7. Miguel Layún,

11. Carlos Vela (21. Edison Álvarez 58 min), 14. Javier Hernández, 15. Héctor Moreno, 16. Héctor Herrera,
18. Andrés Guardado (C) (4. Rafael Márquez 74 min), 22. Hirving Lozano (9. Raúl Jiménez 66 min),  

23. Jesús Gallardo.

 

 

Germany (2) v (1) Sweden. (Toivonen 32'm, Reus 48m, Kroos 90+5m!). Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi, Russia,

Saturday 23rd. June Attendance: 44,287.

Germany:

1. Manuel Neuer (GK)(C), 3. Jonas Hector (20. Julian Brandt 87 min), 5. Mats Hummels,

7. Julian Draxler (23. Mario Gómez 46 min), 8. Toni Kroos, 9. Timo Werner, 11. Marco Rues,

13. Thomas Müller, 17. Jérôme Boateng, 18. Joshua Kimmich, 19. Sebastian Rudy (21. İlkay Gündoğan 31 min).

Sweden:

1. Robin Olsen (GK), 2. Mikael Lustig, 3. Victor Lindelöf, 4. Andreas Granqvist (C), 6. Ludwig Augustinsson,
7. Sebastian Larsson, 8. Albin Ekdal, 9. Marcus Berg (22. Isaac Kiese Thelin 90 min), 10. Emil Forsberg
17. Viktor Claesson (21. Jimmy Durmaz 74min), 20. Ola Toivonen (11. John Guidetti  78 min).