German National Team coach, Joachim Low admitted he was very disappointed with the failure of his team to get full points in the follow-up match of the UEFA Nations League group stage against the Netherlands, (20/11) local time. According to the tactician, the Dutch gave a very meaningful lesson for Neuer & team.
As is known, the German National Team is dealing with the Dutch National team in the continuation of the UEFA Nations League group or European League, on Tuesday (11/11) local time. In the match, the German National Team should be more favored on paper, they even took the lead with 2 goals each scored by Timo Werner and Leroy Sane when the game entered the 19th minute.
Unfortunately, the two-goal advantage was matched by Ronald Koeman’s team, massing through the Quincy Promes goal in the 86th minute, then Virgil Van Dijk’s goal in the second half of injury time. The two replies forced the German National Team to only be able to pick 1 point from yesterday’s match. Of course, this result was very disappointing not only because they had won 2 goals ahead of the match, but also because their bad record continued since the 2018 World Cup.
Since the last winning over Sweden, Germany has never recorded a victory until now, even though there are still many top-notch players in the current Panzer team squad, and handled by the same coach when they won the World Cup in 2014 ago. With a series of negative results, Germany even recorded the worst record in 40 years.
No wonder if after the match, as the manager Joachim Low claimed to be very disappointed with the result against the Netherlands.
“I was a little disappointed with the results of the [match]. When I see the whole season, I see a more positive side than negative. At the end of the match, we were punished, which certainly felt bitter. It is clear that the Netherlands put everything ahead. That is the price you sometimes have to pay because we have a young team, “Low quoted ARD as saying.
For The Netherlands, just one point is enough to get them to the semi-finals of the UEFA League.