Munich - With no fewer than nine members of the Switzerland team currently plying their trade in Germany's top flight, Ottmar Hitzfeld's side flew the Bundesliga flag in style, clinching a last gasp 2-1 win over Ecuador, while a Bundesliga-heavy Bosnia and Herzegovina came close to causing an upset against Argentina.
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Raring to go:
With the 2014 FIFA World Cup in full flow at present, it must be hard for those players itching to get out on the pitch as they wait to make their bow in Brazil. However, Germany's Group G opponents the US Men's national team and soon-to-be Borussia Mönchengladbach winger Fabian Johnson seem to be in good spirits ahead of their opening group game against Ghana on Monday.
Flying the flag:
With no less than eight Bundesliga players making an appearance at some stage of Saturday's encounter between the Cote d'Ivoire and Japan, the trend continued on Sunday as seven current stars and one future Hertha Berlin winger featured in the starting line-ups for Switzerland's Group E clash with Ecuador.
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certainly did his club and the Bundesliga proud in Costa Rica's 3-1 win over Uruguay...