Sunday, 2 July 2017

With Germany Exceeding Expectations

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With Germany exceeding expectations already, pressure on Chile to win


Even if Germany leaves Russia without a title Sunday, it will not be disappointing. Their plan was not to get the product this year. Joachim Loew coach, who uses a FIFA Confederations Cup to test a big player next year, is too short-sighted.

Germany wants to keep the FIFA World Cup crown.

However, Row may have a headache at the World Football Showcase. His young, untested team of players became the story of the Confederations Cup, finishing the finals of the last game and breaking Mexico 4-1 in the semi-finals.

Timo Werner, Leon Goretzka, Lars Stindl, Julian Brandt, Emre Can and Niklas Sule were all impressed with the tournament. Without a full lump of stars such as Manuel Neuer, Mats Hummels, Jerome Boateng, Mesut Ozil, Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos, Thomas Mueller, Mario Goetze and Marco Reus this team shows Germany's depth in the finals.

Loew said two or three of his Confederations Cups could be ready for the World Cup before the tournament. Probably, it will be Julian Drexler, captain striker, and defenders Joshua Kimmichi, Shuko Ranmustafi and Jonas Hector. And he faced a difficult choice of the World Cup.

"We surpassed expectations," Lowe said at a Saturday's prime-match press conference. "What's going to happen next year is a completely different page, but the players who played here made a very good impression."

The victory for Sunday's Chile will not only make it more serious for athletes to claim their heroism against the big group of footballers, but also help Germany win the only title missing from the impressive trophy collection.

The second string team will be a punch all over the place - everywhere in the tournament featuring all continental champions. They are able to play without pressure and have already achieved the goal of a pre-tournament to enter the semi-finals.

"Now we want to win the title and reward our performances," said Germany's Goretzka in the semi-finals with braces.

On the other hand, Chile is the opposite. Juan Antonio Pitch started with Russia in 2015 with the aim of winning the third title in three years after Copa America and COPA America Centenario in 2016.

They met Germany in the group stage and were held to a runner-up to win the semi-final against Portugal. They won the penalty for the European champions but this time they will not want to leave a good record next to Germany.

Chilean captain Claudio Bravo, who scored three penalties in the semi-finals, said in a head-to-head press conference on Friday, "Our heads and minds are clear." We have a high goal and it is in title acquisition. We have a player to compete at this level. "

It was a message left by Chilean star striker Alexi Sanchez.

"We have respect for Germany," he said, sitting side by side with Bravo. "But every player on the team feels he has the ability to win."

Pierre Peters: Gianni Infantino (FIFA President), Russian Deputy Prime Minister and Vitaly Mutko, Secretary of Litaly President, will speak at the press conference of the FIFA Confederations Cup on Saturday.
Pierre Peters: Gianni Infantino (FIFA President), Russian Deputy Prime Minister and Vitaly Mutko, Secretary of Litaly President, will speak at the press conference of the FIFA Confederations Cup on Saturday.
For victory, Chile must succeed in an exciting battle where both teams are under high pressure.

The two teams have won half as much in the opposition and the only difference with Chile is that they have to hurry. They came to the opposition in all directions. In Germany, on the other hand, there is a style that changes physical strength, so players can be seen. There are several options in the key locations.

In spite of the young players, Germany marked the goal with infinite efficiency. Werner seems to have found a substitute for Miroslav Klose, who retired after the 2014 World Cup.

Since then, Loew has tried Mario Gomez and Sandro Wagner and selected Mueller as false number 9 in Euro 2016. When we lost France in the semi-finals, the need for a center advance was cruel. But Werner, who scored three goals in the Confederations Cup, seems to have found his last piece in a puzzle piece in 2018.

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