Müller still available for Germany after World Cup failure

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Thomas Müller has ruled out international retirement after Germany’s failure at the World Cup and says he will remain available for selection. The Bayern Munich forward suggested Dec. 1 he might have played his last game for Germany and paid tribute to the fans after Germany was knocked out in the group stage for the second World Cup in a row. The 2014 World Cup winner now says he has spoken with Germany coach Hansi Flick and decided he would not retire from international soccer.

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