After two victories against Iceland (3-0) and Romania (1-0), Germany experienced a huge disappointment on Wednesday evening by losing at home to North Macedonia (1-2), for the 2022 World Cup qualifying account.
At a press conference, in remarks transcribed on the website of the German Football Federation, coach Joachim Löw did not hide his anger after what constitutes the Mannschaft’s first setback in the World Cup qualifiers … since 2001.
“We are very disappointed after this match. It was a poor performance. We didn’t find our game. We had no speed in our game, no fast transmissions. There were a lot of reading errors. We did not find any solution. We also encountered their counterattacks. We had neither dynamism nor liveliness. We had the feeling of being tired. The players stayed too long with the ball, it was too slow. “
Third in Group J with six points, tied with North Macedonia and three lengths from Armenia, the 2014 world champions are not reassuring a few months before the Euro, scheduled from June 11 to July 11. As a reminder, Germany will compete against France on Tuesday, June 15, in Munich.
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