Young DFB team consists of hardest test in Italy
05-January-2017 07:27
Even the whistles against Thomas Müller did not impress the world champion. A completely newly formed German national football team passed the hardest test in Italy with a 0-0 draw.

Although the team of coach Joachim Low missed the third year's win against the Azzurri on Tuesday before 48 600 fans in the mailing Giuseppe Meazza stadium.

With a lot of commitment and in the end a bit of luck, the DFB team stayed in the sixth game of the season without conceding. Bundestrainer Joachim Low, FIFA 17 Coins for Sale who also gave numerous young talents a chance in Italy, can be extremely satisfied with the post-EM reconstruction. In the time of stoppage the DFB-Elf would have almost scored a goal: A header from Benedikt H?wedes went however just over (90. + 2).

From the outset, temporary captain Thomas Müller was the focus of the game. The Munich player was constantly knocked out in response to his statements after the 8: 0 victory in the World Cup qualification against San Marino ( ?With professional football had nothing to do"winking smiley. In the national anthem the whole German team got the audience's displeasure. Only when the Italian professionals applauded demonstratively, there was singled also applause for the guests.
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