5 Things We Learned from Germany's 0-0 Draw Against Poland

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5 Things We Learned from Germany's 0-0 Draw Against Poland
Matthias Schrader/Associated Press

A young and inexperienced Germany played Poland to a 0-0 draw on Tuesday in Hamburg in the first of three friendlies leading up to the World Cup in Brazil.

The absence of the Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Arsenal and Real Madrid contingents due to club duties left coach Jogi Low with no option but to call up a roster largely made up of players who have yet to win a cap for the senior team.

But despite what may seem like a lackluster game on the surface, it was an experiment that proved very valuable to Low, not only in preparation for Brazil, but in beginning to integrate the next generation of talented young players.

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