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Germany national team manager Joachim Loew has said that he is extremely happy with the squad strength within the German national team, while he has also said that the time was good in order to ring the changes against Greece. Despite playing Greece in the quarter-final stage of the competition, Joachim Loew decided to use a number of fringe players that demonstrated his confidence in the squad strength. A number of the first-team players like Thomas Müller and Mario Gomez were rested in place of veteran striker Miroslav Klose and Marco Reus. Germany were even stronger against a poor Greece side, which has led to intense praise for the squad strength of the Germans.

Germany are undoubtedly one of the favourites to win the Euro 2012 along with the likes of Spain and Italy. However, they have been truly spectacular in the tournament up until now, as they have become the only team to have won every single match. They defeated Greece 4-2 in a highly thrilling encounter, but the match was extremely one-sided. The scoreline was flattering towards Greece due to the fact that they had very little efforts on goal, but managed to score two goals. Germany, on the other hand, were fantastic.

“I had a feeling after three wins that we had to make some changes to breathe some life into the team. The time was ripe to do something different. I think they did it well. That was a class performance from the team to reach the semi-finals for the fourth tournament in a row. We can be proud of the team. Greece is a curious team. They had one chance and scored two goals. But we didn’t get nervous after 1-1, and the goals came,” Loew said after the match. Germany are likely to face Italy or England in the semifinals.


The German national team manager Joachim Loew has said that he expects the Bayern Munich players to bounce back from the disappointment of having lost the Champions League final at the hands of Chelsea on Saturday. It has been a very disappointing season for most of the players at Bayern Munich after they have finished second in everything. Not only have they finished as runners-up to Borussia Dortmund in the league, but also in the DFB Cup as well. They were hoping to avoid the same fate as Bayern Leverkusen in 2002 by at least winning the Champions League on May 19.

However, despite dominating the entire match against Chelsea, they could not convert chances into goals. Thomas Müller scored the only goal of the game for Bayern Munich with only a few minutes remaining in normal time, but they allowed themselves to go into extra time after Didier Drogba’s equaliser in the 88th minute. Finally, they lost the match on penalties after having allowed themselves to go into penalties. Arjen Robben missed the crucial penalty in the extra time, which would have handed the club their first title in two seasons. Despite the second loss in the Champions League final in two years, Joachim Loew believes that the Germans in the team will come strongly at the Euro 2012.

“I know the players. It will take a few days but they will pick themselves up. They reached the final and were the better team. There’s no reason for them to doubting their own qualities. They can be proud of playing great games in the Champions League. They did almost everything right in the final, and only luck was missing. A pity for Munich, for Germany and all football fans. Their confidence won’t be affected. They have done wonderfully well and were in the race everywhere until the end,” said Joachim Loew.

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