The record national player, Lothar Matthaus, is missing from the upward trend of the German national team on its way to the World Cup in Qatar. The 61-year-old criticized “the performances they are currently giving do not show that they are improving.” RTL– Expert after a disappointing 1-1 (1-1) in Hungary on Saturday. This is the fourth time that the German federation has drawn 1-1 in a row, after drawing with the Netherlands, Italy and England. In the Three Nations League matches, national coach Hansi Flick’s team was not “convincing,” Matthews complained.
From his point of view, the former DFB captain described the dilemma: “A few steps forward, few degrees. There is a lot that needs to be improved.” Matthaus added that if the German team can correct its mistakes, they will belong to the expanded circle of contenders to win the title in the World Cup.
The 1-1 draw in Hungary was a “lucky draw” for the German national team. Matthews said Flick’s team could “thank Manuel Neuer once again for not losing here”. He testified to the guests’ “slowness in play” and also criticized the defensive performance. “I hope these are the mistakes we can learn from,” Matthews said.
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