Football: Ozil advice Low,Germany on what to do to avoid future humiliating defeats
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil advice Germany national team coach Joachim Low on what to do to change the tide with the team after Germany’s 6-nil humiliating defeat against 2010 World Cup winner, Spain yesterday in the UEFA Nations League.
Ozil,who is currently exiled from Arsenal team despite being one of the most experience first team player advice Low to bring back Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng to the national team fold.
Boateng, a key member of Germany national team from 2010 is no longer getting invitation into the Germany national team for matches.
Germany suffered its biggest humiliating defeat in recent times against Spain as the Spaniard put six unreplied goals past the German.
Following the huge win,Spain is now first on the table for group A with 11 points while Germany is in second position with 9 points.
Spain returned to winning ways after drawing Siwtzerland in their last game with Sergio Ramos missing two penalty kicks in the game.
Ramos has scored his last 23 penalties for club and country before missing two against the Swiss.
Manchester City attacker Ferran Torres scored his first hat-trick for the national team against Joachim Low side.