Manuel Neuer sets a record with the German national team


Manuel Neuer (35 years old) became the first goalkeeper in the history of the German national football team, to reach 100 caps.

Neuer played his 100th match on Monday against the Latvian national team, which saw Germany win seven goals to one.

and celebrate German Federation The football club and Neuer’s national team players before kick-off by erecting an honorary corridor in his honor.

Manuel Neuer is the most prominent name in the history of German goalkeepers, and he started his international career with the Germans since 2009.

Neuer has guarded the German national team’s den in all international and continental competitions since 2010 until today in 2021.

He competed mainly in the 2010, 2014 and 2018 World Cups, in addition to the 2012 and 2016 European Nations Cups.

To celebrate his 100th match with Germany, Adidas has designed special gloves for Manuel Neuer to wear against Latvia.

Neuer invented new methods of tackling, which did not exist before him, such as stopping the balls with the feet, in the manner of handball goalkeepers.

He was also the first goalkeeper in Europe to step up and build attacks with his defensive players by exchanging balls and short passes.

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