Joachim Löw, coach of Germany, has relativized the importance of the final of the Confederations Cup against Chile.
Sacred European champion with his team U21, Germany could add another trophy to his list of victories by winning the Confederations Cup. Opposed in Chile, the German team has impressed in this tournament, while paying for the luxury to line up a team and reworked extensively.
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If he is aware that a success would send a strong message, Joachim Löw, don’t forget the main objective, which remains the World 2018, where Germany is set to defend his title. “It is sure that the country is earned by a certain euphoria, which didn’t really exist a month ago”, he recognized, before specifying. “It is a good basis but the world Cup is the most important tournament. As I often say, it is necessary to calibrate on the Messi, Ronaldo, Toni Kroos, etc… The World is the tournament more difficult. The other tournaments are important for the progression of the players, for the confidence also. This also fosters competition in the group.”
The technician German is delighted, however, to have a pool exceptional to have a bench always competitive. “The quality of a team is seen on the bench. It is good that we have this. But he remains twelve months. So the European Championship U21, and the Confederations Cup today have little meaning.”