Jul 8, 2014 at 9pm UK at ​Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte
Brazil
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Dante (68')
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Dietmar Hamann: 'Germany can get better'

Former Liverpool player Dietmar Hamann takes part in a football clinic with students from designated charities and local Singapore schools during the Sands for Singapore event at the Skating Rink at The Shoppes Marina Bay Sands on June 20, 2013
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Former Germany midfielder Dietmar Hamann believes that the current team can play better at the World Cup.

Former Germany midfielder Dietmar Hamann has insisted that the current team can still improve at the World Cup.

Die Mannschaft have the chance to reach their first final since 2002 on Tuesday when they play hosts Brazil in Belo Horizonte.

While admitting that the Germans have not played to their full potential so far at the tournament, Hamann is confident that they can beat Brazil.

"They can always play better but they dealt with the pressure well against Ghana and Algeria and dominated the match for 90 minutes against France, who had perhaps been the best team at the tournament up until the quarter-finals," he told FIFA.com.

"Germany aren't at 100% just yet but Brazil haven't been either. Germany are well prepared and have no reason to fear Brazil."

Hamann scored five goals in 59 appearances for Germany before announcing his international retirement in 2005.

Former Liverpool player Dietmar Hamann takes part in a football clinic with students from designated charities and local Singapore schools during the Sands for Singapore event at the Skating Rink at The Shoppes Marina Bay Sands on June 20, 2013
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