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Löw happy with ‘recovery’ German fans with big win on Norway

Löw happy with ‘recovery’ German fans with big win on Norway

The German national coach Joachim Löw is happy with the positive way his team Monday, was encouraged by the home crowd in the 6-0 win world cup-kwalificatieduel with Norway.

A number of German fans made Friday to the horror of Löw in the uitduel with the Czech republic (1-2 win) is still a commotion by nazileuzen to cancel and German international Timo Werner to offend.

“We have here in Stuttgart seen how beautiful football can be and how much pleasure it can give,” said the 57-year-old Löw after the large victory over the Norwegians.

“From the beginning, there was a great atmosphere. There was a lot of audience that every player of our team supported. That you saw back in our game.”

RB Leipzig striker Werner took against Norway ‘revenge’ by two times to score for his country. The other goals came in the name of Mesut Özil, Julian Draxler, Leon Goretzka and Mario Gomez.

The WK-kwalificatieduels Monday

England has difficult of Slovakia won 2-1.
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The Slovaks took over Lobotka rap the lead, but the English knew that the right to convert.
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Germany has large numbers of Norway won 6-0.
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The Germans could with name for rest regularly cheer.
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Denmark won thanks to a hattrick by Delaney 4-1 of Armenia.
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Eriksen took a free-kick for the 2-1 against Armenia.
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Arek Owned was a goal important for Poland against Kazakhstan.
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Löw was especially pleased for Werner. “Timo came as a young VfB Stuttgart player is already up to more than a hundred Bundesligaduels and has been more than three years, all for the German team,” said the coach.

“What is there in the Czech republic happened I found really embarrassing. Timo plays for Germany and has already been very important. Today, it was different and he was really supported by the public.”

Löw saw to his satisfaction that Germany is partly due to the good atmosphere a lot better played on Friday against the Czech republic in Prague. “In the first half we combined brilliant and we got a lot of chances”, noted the head coach. “There was a different experience to the team. We put a lot of pressure, that I missed in the Czech republic.”

“The goals that fell were inevitable. In the second half, we tried the high tempo and no chances to give away. All in all it was a great evening.”

By the victory against Norway, is Germany still a point away from a world cup ticket. In the next duel in group C of the world cup qualification is Northern Ireland on Thursday 5 October the opponent.

See also:
Germany and England after winning one point away from world cup

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