On Saturday, Joachim Low discussed the narrow victory of Germany over Ukraine.
Germany’s head coach Joachim Low was not satisfied with his team’s 2-1 victory over Ukraine as they secured the first match of the League of Nations.
According to Goal Poor, after winning for the first time when opening the score in 2020, the reporters have drawn on the previous three instances: “I’m glad we won the game. Before we conceded, we should have been 3-0 or 4-0. The penalty was not necessary. One good thing is that we’ve given them a few chances of open play. But on occasion, we gave the ball away too quickly. They were exhausted after it went 2-0. We played with some stability tonight.”
“When we play with three at the back, we need active players who tie up the opposition and play the passes. In the first game, we played too many long balls. I’m not going to make a lot of improvements to the starting XI against Switzerland if nothing improvements.”