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Football: Nagelsmann does not want to “say that everything is magnificent” after Germany’s victory against the Blues

Two days after the resounding German victory in France (2-0), coach Julian Nagelsmann insisted on the importance of not giving in to euphoria in view of the Euro which she will organize this summer, Monday, in the day before continuing in a friendly against the Netherlands.

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Football: Nagelsmann does not want to “say that everything is magnificent” after Germany’s victory against the Blues

Two days after the resounding German victory in France (2-0), coach Julian Nagelsmann insisted on the importance of not giving in to euphoria in view of the Euro which she will organize this summer, Monday, in the day before continuing in a friendly against the Netherlands. “In football, you always have to confirm things. A one-hit wonder can be nice, but we have to continue on our path,” Nagelsmann stressed at a press conference.

Germany's remarkable performance in a friendly against France on Saturday evening in Lyon (2-0) gave hope to supporters, after a catastrophic 2023, the worst since 1964. Fears had been revived by the two defeats friendly in Berlin against Turkey (3-2) and in Austria (2-0) in mid-November. If Nagelsmann does not want to let himself be intoxicated by a budding euphoria in Germany, he concedes that he is not “someone who will slow it down”.

“The team must be able to put things together. We had a very good match. We know that it was a first step, now we have to take the second step. We should not let everything collapse tomorrow,” called the coach, in office since the end of September.

Germany faces the Netherlands in Frankfurt on Tuesday evening for its last friendly match, before the start of preparation at the end of May for Euro-2024, the opening match of which will pit Germany against Scotland on June 14 in Munich.

“The advantage of such euphoria is that we now feel a little more support from the population. From this point of view, yes, we can rely on it. To say that everything is magnificent, no. We just have to continue like this. I don't see any particular reason, when we have won such a match, not to win the next one and not to continue on this good path, Nagelsmann slipped. “This feeling of victory is incredible, and this feeling of defeat is absolutely shit,” concluded the German coach.

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