Germany are back in contention warns Muller

first_imgGermany forward Thomas Müller is feeling optimistic again about their World Cup prospects ahead of their final Group F game against South KoreaFollowing their shocking defeat to Mexico in their opening game of the tournament, Germany bounced back against Sweden last weekend with Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kross scoring a 95th-minute winner for the defending world champions.Joachim Low’s side are now sitting in second place in Group F and a win against South Korea on Wednesday will be necessary in order to qualify with third-place Sweden currently tied with Germany with leaders Mexico a further three points ahead after winning both their games.Germany have never failed to go past the group stages of a World Cup and Muller is in no rush to end that record and has called on the side to take advantage of their renewed chances and beat Korea.“We’re in the tournament now and can qualify by our own merit with a win against South Korea,” said the 28-year-old, as stated on the Bayern Munich website.Top 5 Bundesliga players to watch during the weekend Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 11, 2019 With the international activity cooling down for the next month, we go back to the Bundesliga’s Top 5 players to watch next weekend.The German…“We’ll certainly do everything we can to take our country far.”Muller’s former Bayern teammate Kroos agreed: “Now we need to recover, beat South Korea and put in a convincing display.”As did Dortmund’s Marco Reus: “If we play with freedom, if we produce our link-up play on the pitch, with the same passion that we showed against Sweden, then it’ll be difficult for South Korea.”Both Korea and Germany will meet on Wednesday at the Kazan Arena at 16:00 (GMT +2).last_img

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