Thomas Muller is disappointed that Germany were eliminated from the World Cup group stage. Repeating the same thing he did four years ago, declaring it a disaster for the country. Prepare for big changes before playing Euro 2024, hosted by the city of Beer.
Germany striker Thomas Muller has admitted to being knocked out of the group stages of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The second time in a row was truly disastrous. Ready to reveal that if you have to play in the last game. It’s something that you’re satisfied with because you’re old. But you’re not sure about your future. When will you stop playing for the UFABET national team?
The 33-year-old made his World Cup debut in South Africa in 2010. Where he made 121 appearances for the Eagles, scoring 44 goals and was instrumental in helping his country win the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. As for this latest time. Although the 4-time champion came back to beat Costa Rica 4-2 in the final match of the group stage. But the other result, Japan turned over and won Spain 2-1, giving them 4 points as the fierce bull. But lost the goal. Eliminated in 2018 in Russia
“It’s a real disaster,” Muller said. “It’s incredibly bitter for us. because the result of our competition should be enough (If Spain didn’t lose to Japan) It was a helpless feeling. the future If that’s my last game against Germany then it’s a great pleasure, thank you very much.”
Hansi Flick, who previously insisted he would not resign as manager despite the club’s exit at the group stage, said big changes would be made to ensure Germany could win Euro 2024 as hosts. As for this time, he will take the performance of his team members to re-evaluate which parts have to be solved and come back to fight again.
“In terms of the Euros, it’s difficult to talk about at the moment. We need to evaluate our World Cup performance first. Then head in the other direction,” said Flick . “This is the next step we will take. And we will soon. We can get up quickly and recover. We will see what the future holds and how we can implement our ideas. We will evaluate everything.