Germany out to win back fans

On September 7th in Berlin
Germany, who will be hosting Euro 2024, wants to regain the support of their fans and generate excitement for the upcoming tournament. In order to do this, they must win their upcoming friendly matches against Japan and France. Kai Havertz, a midfielder for Germany, expressed this today.
The Germans have only won one out of their last five matches since they were unexpectedly eliminated from the World Cup in December. As a result, coach Hansi Flick is being closely watched. They have upcoming matches against Japan on Saturday and against France, who were finalists in the 2022 World Cup, on Tuesday.
The four-time world and three-time European champions made another mistake. They have been knocked out in the first round of the last two World Cups. This could cause Flick to leave, even though he has only been in charge for two years.
They have only won three times in their last 11 international matches.
“We’ve had a long, very bad time,” said attacking midfielder Havertz during a press conference. Next year, there will be a European soccer tournament held in our own country. This is a rare opportunity for players like me to participate in. So we want to make people across the country very happy by winning games. “We don’t think of them as friendly games. ” — Reuters
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