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Not practising for penalties

Germany and Spain claimed they have not been practising penalties ahead of their World Cup semifinals on Wednesday. Germany coach Loew said we can't plan for penalties; every coach would want to win over and wouldn't want the stress of penalties. There is no point of practising because when it comes to it there is so much pressure on the players, and we possibly have to make the kick of your life. He said they have got excellent players who have the ability to stand. Spain midfielder Xabi Alonso said they don't even know who would take the penalties.

He said they have not practised anything in particular and not even talked about who would take them. Spain coach Del Bosque said he believes the players will make the decision when the time comes. He guess they will decide themselves and the usual suspects will be taking the penalties.


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