Thomas Mர்ller: “We lost a little bit of control” – the positives outweigh the negatives

Thomas Mர்ller: “We lost a little bit of control” – the positives outweigh the negatives

The ninth win in the ninth game under Hansi Flick was long overdue – almost the first defeat under the new national coach in the end. In about an hour, the German national team passed the first true endurance test with flying colors in view of the Winter World Cup in Qatar. They controlled the game in the Netherlands and took a 1-0 lead with a goal from Thomas Mல்லller (45 + 1). Then the thread was slightly torn and the DFB system stumbled badly. After Steven Bergwiz (68th) equalized, there was suddenly great confusion


After a 1-1 draw at Amsterdam, M முller admitted, “We lost a little bit of control between the 60th and 85th minutes. ARD-Criticized microphone and many turnover and careless action. M முller was involved in creating compensation, which was followed by some very difficult moments during Flick’s tenure. “After the 1-1 draw, there was unrest in three, four, five minutes and we would lose the game. That should not happen to us,” the analyst said. ARD-Expert Bastian Schweinsteiger. The 2014 World Champion added: “The team still needs to work on it.”

So Elfft’s leadership was really in the air. Thilo Kehr kicked hard against Memphis Debbie in his own penalty area, the Dutchman fell and England referee Craig Bowson decided the penalty kick. After watching the video footage, the referee edited his decision for a surprisingly large audience (73rd). The DFB selection then stabilized again and finally came to a balance in which the positive aspects outweighed the negative ones.

Germany personal criticism of the friendly match against the Netherlands

Germany in personal criticism against the Netherlands.


“This is the first big team we’ve played against – it’s been good for a long time,” said Captain Manuel Neuer. “Overall, we’re on the right track.” M முller also saw the first half as “very good”. He said: “The direction is right.” Kai Havertz added: “We are still in the process – we have not arrived yet.” The World Cup does not start until November 21st.


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