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Show us your best #Goalface during France vs Germany

France or Germany… who YOU got?

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The first World Cup quarter-final kicks off at 5pm today, with a clash of two European heavyweights: France take on Germany in Rio de Janeiro. It should be a cracker.

Whenever a goal is scored – and we hope there are many! – we want you to show us your best #Goalface. Or your pet's #Goalface – we love those too.

How? You can simply Tweet us or upload your photo at Alternatively, post on Instagram and namecheck us using the #Goalface hashtag.

Missing the World Cup, Samir?

Whilst his compatriots prepare for a World Cup quarter final against Germany, Samir Nasri has been out enjoying his birthday. The Manchester City midfielder, who was controversially omitted from Didier Deschamps' squad in Brazil, has posted one picture, where he looks rather sad and reflective as his friends enjoy the revelry. His thoughts may for one brief moment have turned to the Maracana.

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France vs Germany - The battle of the sweeper keepers

In 2014 a goalkeeper needs to be more than just a goalkeeper and in no place will that be more obvious than in the Maracana on Friday evening. France’s World Cup quarter-final encounter with Germany will see the meeting of two shot stoppers that would have driven Don Revie insane, but epitomise the state of the game nowadays. Liam Coleman looks at the changing role of the goalkeeper.

One of several moments Hugo Lloris battled with Theo Walcott for possession in September's North London derby.

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The weight of history

West Germany beat France on penalties after an immense and highly controversial semi-final at the 1982 World Cup. Here are some great images from that game.

France's Patrick Battiston was knocked unconscious by the West Germany goalkeeper Harald Schumacher.

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