The Germans lose Leroy San and Gaku to start with the Japanese
Germany faces Japan today (2:00 p.m., World Goal). A match in which the Mannschaft wants to start their World Cup adventure with a smile and lay the first stone in their process to regain favoritism, against a Japanese team willing to be a serious contender. they will without Leroy Saint, to be low due to discomfort in his right knee. The Bayern Munich winger was the only one absent from training yesterday.
This match will once again be marked by the absence of the OneLove bracelet, which eight teams had promised to wear -including Germany-. The objective of the bracelet was to set an example, which is what the team wanted. FIFA put a stop to this and threatened sanctions. There was very little room for the teams that played on Monday. The bracelet is a sign of diversity and of the values we stand for and live by. We treat each other with a lot of respect and appreciation, but when it comes to appreciation and respect, some don’t see it that way,” he said. Hansi Flick at the pre-match press conference.
The German coach also highlighted the importance of the absence of San. It’s a shame, he is a player who makes a difference. There are options that he could play on Sunday against Spain. We are working with the medical team on that, Flick said.
Our goal is the title. We have trained very well in recent days and we are ready for the game. The group is very strong but we face commitments very positively. We’re happy to get started, added Flick, opening on a big date.
For his part, Take Kubo, Japan midfielder, considered that for his team it will be important not to make mistakes. If things don’t go well, we can get impatient, added the realistic lefty. Meanwhile, the Japanese technician, Hajime Moriyasu, He stated that his team’s objective is to go out for the victory: We have prepared well for all the matches of the tournament in which we seek to go far, achieving the best results. Among those chosen by the Japan coach for the eleven will be Gaku Shibasaki, former Deportivo player.
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