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Soccer World Cup - Germany versus Australia: the lineups of the teams

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W we end first with the opponent. Australia. Not a major automotive power, but still blessed with a decent squad.

This is our Australian Auto World Cup team

In the Australian defense, the German attackers meet real fine boys. On the one hand there is the Ford Super Pursuit, a sports pickup with a 422 hp 5.4-liter V8 under the hood. This is assisted by the Holden Ute SSV, also a sports pickup player, with a 367 hp six-liter V8 under the hood. Both can pack a lot away and with their guard of over five meters represent a real bulwark.

The defensive rows are filled by the Ford Territory, a 254 hp SUV, and the Holden Captiva, which is powered by the Chevrolet Captiva is structurally identical in this country. Only the indestructible Ford Ranger comes into question as a safe bet. The Wildtrak version is wild enough to impress even nimble strikers.

The roles in the central midfield are shared by the Australian endurance runners Ford Falcon and Holden Commodore. Both have years of experience in their area and are always at the ball level with a fat V8 under the hood.

On the offensive, however, the guys from Down-Under afford one or the other exotic. The Bollwell Nagari is supposed to provide the urge to move forward. Bollwell, never heard of it? A small sports car equipped with a roughly 300 hp 3.5-liter V6 engine. At the side of the Nagari is the Toyota Aurion Sportivo ZR6, a naturalized warrior, which a 3.5-liter V6 with 270 hp helps on the jumps. The third offensive position with the Holden Cruze is a little weaker. Although the Cruze only has 140 hp, it relies on its handling properties.

Right at the front of the Australian team, the Joss Supercar is another exotic lurking. A 450 PS strong V8 makes the super sport flounder an opponent not to be underestimated.

The German car line-up for the World Cup game against Australia

In contrast to the Australians, the German can Team to fall back on a large player pot. Numerous brands with countless series are available to the auto motor and sport coaching staff. The selection of the line-up was correspondingly difficult.

The German central defense is provided by the Mercedes G model and the VW Amarok. Both are rock solid in appearance and both can be changed at any time, even with rough handlingpush through. In defense, the two are flanked by the Audi Q5 and the BMW X3. Both of them also have a more robust appearance, but still strong enough to give the game dynamic impulses forwards. The Porsche Cayenne is intended as a bulwark behind the defense. Of a mighty figure, but nimble enough to take on every shot on goal.

The playmakers in midfield have a very special meaning, they have to understand each other blindly, play quickly when necessary and so the game drive forward. If the gap presents itself, there must also be enough potential to strive for closure yourself. The VW Golf GTI and the Porsche 911 are predestined for these roles.

The offensive midfield is equipped with the Opel Insignia OPC, the Ford Focus RS500 and the Alpina B3 S Biturbo. The long Opel should shine with headball strength, while the livelier Focus and Alpina should bring success through performance and technology. The Audi R8 stands out as a clunk at the top. As a quadruped, he plays his opponents dizzy and, with his acceleration, can even run optimistic passes.

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