German engineer Werner Stengel has designed over six hundred roller coasters over the years and four of them are pulling in the crowds at Munich's Oktoberfest.
A long-held stereotype of Germans is their punctual public transport and efficient engineering. Last night, one train dealt that reputation an unexpected blow.
Timo Werner came off the bench and looked to have rescued RB Leipzig a point in Porto. But the German side fell some way short, conceding two second half goals to suffer a 3-1 loss that leaves work to do in Group G.
The German engineering giant is expecting bumper profits in the wake of a massive restructuring that will also cut thousands of jobs. But Siemens believes a new, leaner structure is vital for long-term growth.
Germany were left to rue missed first half opportunities as they played out a goalless draw against England at Wembley on Friday night. Leroy Sane and Timo Werner both went close but the breakthrough never came.
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