Germany had prepared for a life-or-death struggle against Spain


The bump against all odds Germany in the view of Japanese (1-2) on the first day of Group E is fully involved in the team Hansi Flick into a global mess and leaves him with no margin for error if he is to keep alive hopes of making it to the round of 16 of Qatar World Cup.

The match this Sunday Spain at the stadium Al Bayt (8:00 pm, La1) is therefore presented as a life-or-death duel for the four-time world champion, with the shadow of the well-known elimination in the group stage hanging over the World Cup in Russia.

A defeat against The red will judge the mannschaft to pack their bags and a draw would leave the KO on the brink “We have one bullet left, the margin of error is already spent. On Sunday we have to show our character to still have the possibility of advancing to the final game”, Hansi Flick acknowledged yesterday assessing Germany’s situation in Group E.

The doubts of Germanywell pronounced but too white in both places, contrasts with the choral exuberance that Spain of Luis Enrique at its premiere before Costa Rica. The difference in dynamics highlighted the doubts of the German team and the first criticisms were not long after the defeat against Japanese.


The coach’s decisions, especially in the final moments, sparked criticism in Germany as well as protests by the team, with a symbolic image of the starting eleven covering their mouths as a sign of accusation against the Qatari regime. “There’s too much drama in the preview, there’s a lot of non-football related issues that distract you,” he charged. Lothar Matthaus.

Source: La Verdad


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