Spain humiliates Germany 6:0 yet the FA stands by Low

Spain humiliates Germany 6:0 yet the FA stands by Low

Despite the World Cup win in 2014, Joachim Low's 14-year reign is leaving a bad taste in German football fans overall as the side is playing badly, disregarded some legends like Thomas Muller without care, and has now endured a humiliating, historic defeat to Spain - 6:0 (3:0).

Ferran Torres scored a hat-trick, Alvaro Morata opened the scoring, while Rodri, and Mikel Oyarzabal both got on the scoresheet. Germany started the match with its almost starting attack and midfield, but the backline was makeshift. Matthias Ginter, PSV's Philipp Max, and Leeds United's Robin Koch all wouldn't be in the starting line up yet. Especially against Spain.

With Niklas Sule, they all let down Manuel Neuer and allowed for the legendary goalkeeper to concede six goals for the first time in his career. Although he didn't want to point blame, the leader he is.

"We lost together, I am part of the team," said Neuer.

This was Germany's biggest ever defeat in a competitive game! The first time the national team has conceded six goals since 1958 and loss to France 6:3 at the World Cup.

Yet the German FA and their team manager Oliver Bierhoff still stands by Low.

"We still trust Joachim Low, no question."

Even though the giants have been humiliated, even though the country had an early exit in Russia in 2018, even though they have only two wins in the last six matches.

With a victory over Sweden, France also got the place in the Nations League final next to Spain. While the other competitors are still to be decided today.

While the new competition is still being questioned by people in Europe, a nation far away from the Old Continent is really glad it exists and that Spain demolished Germany. The Brazilians.


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