Commuters travelling on the Tube yesterday were joined by the stars of the German national team.
Led by manager Joachim Lowe, the entire squad including Per Mertesacker, Mats Hummels and Andre Schurlle took the London Underground to Wembley for training as they prepared for tonight's friendly against England.
The German football association (DFB) claimed this was the first time the "A-Team" had used the "subway".
The DFB said the journey was not a publicity stunt, but a way of escaping the congested streets of the capital.
Germany and England are set to face each other tonight at Wembley as both Roy Hodgson and Joachim Lowe begin to assess their respective squads ahead of the World Cup in Brazil next year.
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