Portail Du Sat
France vs Germany 140627075413110523 Bonjour à tous

Ceci et votre première visite, alors inscrivez-vous pour avoir accès à tout les sujet du forum, Bonne navigation sur Portail du sat.
Meilleurs posteurs
Admin (4161)
4161 Messages - 35%
meknessi14 (3609)
3609 Messages - 30%
sindbad001 (1381)
1381 Messages - 12%
scott_311 (805)
805 Messages - 7%
SIDALI55 (632)
632 Messages - 5%
rednass (552)
552 Messages - 5%
bogoss (262)
262 Messages - 2%
toto rina (260)
260 Messages - 2%
matelot (158)
158 Messages - 1%
132 Messages - 1%
Connexion
Avril 2019
LunMarMerJeuVenSamDim
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
2930     

Calendrier

Translator/Traducteur
Partagez
Aller en bas
rednass
rednass
Super Modérateurs
Super Modérateurs
Messages : 552
Points : 1332
Réputation : 33
Date d'inscription : 29/06/2014

France vs Germany Empty France vs Germany

le Ven 4 Juil - 1:53
[b]Germany boss Joachim Low is so convinced they will knock quarter-final foes France out of the World Cup in the Maracana on Friday, he ordered his players NOT to pack for home.

The Germans have not lost a tournament game to the French since the 1958 World Cup in Sweden and despite a flu bug sweeping their Campo Bahia base in the north-east of Brazil, they arrived in Rio de Janeiro confident of progressing into Brazil 2014's final four.

Low's number two, Oliver Bierhoff, explained that the only thought in the minds of his squad was going on to the semi-finals - and beyond.

Bierhoff said: "We travelled to Rio without luggage. If a player has already pre-packed their things, before a game, it will bring pure anxiety to their heads. And we do not need that."

Loew is concerned about the bug which has affected his squad over the past few days, and saw centre-back Mats Hummels miss the last 16 win over Algeria.

"We have had seven players gone down with flu," said Low. "Maybe it's the air conditioning, the travel, or the differences in temperature, but I do not want to create drama. We hope the situation improves quickly."

Top scorer Thomas Muller is among those who have succumbed, although he is expected to be passed fit to join a team likely to see Chelsea's Andre Schurrle rewarded with a start at the expense of Mario Gotze.

Germany were savaged back home for their display in Porto Alegre, and Muller snapped back: "We accept the criticism because we made too many mistakes.

"I think most of the criticism was because everybody expected us to win easily but we played 120 hard minutes.

"We won a close game. You should not have to apologise after you win. And we did win.

"If other teams in other countries won like that, they'd be called 'clever' and there are other teams who have played dirty to win. We don't do that.

"But if we end up as world champions, I am not going to stand up and say, 'I'm sorry we only won by one goal!"'

France (4-3-3) Lloris; Debuchy, Varane, Koscielny, Evra; Matuidi, Cabaye, Pogba; Valbuena, Benzema, Griezmann.

Germany (4-2-3-1) Neuer; Lahm, Mertesacker, Hummels, Howedes; Schweinsteiger, Khedira; Schurrle, Ozil, Kroos; Muller.

Head to head France 11 wins, Germany 8 wins, 6 draws.

Referee Nestor Pitana (Argentina).

Stadium Maracana, Rio de Janeiro, 5pm.

Revenir en haut
Permission de ce forum:
Vous ne pouvez pas répondre aux sujets dans ce forum