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ESPN FC reacts to Germany’s 2-1 loss to Japan in the 2022 World Cup and the problems the German side faces for the rest of the tournament.

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    Comments

    El Funnell says:

    Japan are a cracking side .they have learned a lot from the last world Cup where they outplayed Belgium for 65 mins but ran our of steam

    Avant Garden says:

    Go woke, get beat

    Bob Sides says:

    Germany lost cause they went there to play politics and not soccer ….this is what happens when teams concentrate on woke virtual signaling

    Ryan Lucas says:

    Maybe the German Team should have focused on playing instead of their stupid virtue signaling. Cracks me up your team clowned themselves.

    Cyril Rejas says:

    I like the French slang of Jaaspann

    Edward Collins says:

    If I may compare 2014 to 2022. Look at Bayern Munich. Most of their best players now are from other nations. They have never replaced Klose, Lahm, Kroos and Schweinsteiger, and other Bayern stars.

    oo says:

    Good.. the racists preaching human-rights needed a punch in the stomach.

    Milk Tea says:

    Germany haven’t fixed anything since 2018, they just don’t have top players in the right positions, defence are trash, and attack are also trash.

    Back in 2014, people were mainly scared of Germanys rapid attack and the fact that every attacker and midfielder could score from inside the box. Look at them now, they don’t have a real striker that can get into the box and shoot from anywhere and become a threat. They have some wingers that can cut in and shoot from afar, but with a disciplined back line and a goal keeper with good positioning that literally doesn’t matter, they can cut off the angle and the goalkeeper can collect.

    Like seriously look at Germany, they can get to the final third, but can’t finish at all, they had to get a penalty to score. Their last World Cup goal besides that penalty was from a free kick by Kroos back in 2018. They have no real goal threat, and are easily countered. They won’t make it far even if they get out of the group. Brazil have definitely the best chance at winning when you compare other teams that used to upset bigger and better teams like Belgium. I don’t see how Brazil could lose this tournament, unless Spain or France go sicko mode with a break out star player

    ObviouslyKieran says:

    Flick not taking Timo Werner and David Selke is probably the worst decision they've made since Euro 2016. Germany are having an identity crisis and it's ran deep for 6 years now.

    uberto quaranta says:

    Great Japan ! In the second goal Neuer inspires pure compassion. His style is awful

    Jon petter says:

    The interesting thing is many of those japanese players play with german clubs

    SI Gaming says:

    Frank is right they are underestimating the teams

    HMDY says:

    Japanese were all about playing football while Germany were busy pushing the alphabet mafia propaganda and disrespecting the host country. That's the difference. Good for Japan

    EPIC INTERNATIONAL says:

    The Curse of LGBTQ

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