Germany manager, Joachim Low has come out to say that he is not bothered by his team’s imperfect start to Euro 2020. He recently revealed that teams with imperfect starts are the ones that end up doing well in the tournament.
According to him, the truth is that countries that win their first two matches of a tournament rarely go all the way when the going gets tough.
He added that victory vs Portugal will definitely give his boys the boost they need to never doubt their football.
His words, “Of course, a win like this gives you a boost, but we never doubted ourselves. We knew we could do some things better,”
“The next game could be even more difficult, because Hungary sit deeper and defend with eight or nine men. We have to take it step by step.”
“There are plenty of strong sides in this tournament, but the teams who have everything running perfectly in the first two games are rarely the ones who end up winning the tournament.”
“It was a very strong game for us against a technically good Portuguese side who are strong on the counter-attack. We showed a lot of morale after going behind. We showed very good spirit and never lost track, and we kept our composure.”
“We also kept the momentum high and created a lot of good chances while playing at a very good tempo. We overwhelmed the Portuguese defence several times.”
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