The DFB-Elf is facing two difficult games in the Nations League.
First, the Löw and his team will meet the Ukraine and are hoping for their FC Bayern stars.
Germany - Ukraine -: - (- :-),
Saturday, 8.45 p.m. on ZDF *.
After the victory in the friendly against the Czech Republic, things get serious for
Joachim Löw's team
In the Nations League it gets the
to do the Bayern stars this time are doing.
Germany - Ukraine -: - (- :-), Saturday, 8.45pm
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Leipzig - Half a year before the postponed
, Jogi Löw's team has
the last two group games in the
On Saturday it's up to Ukraine, which is tied with the DFB team in third place in the group of four.
With the 1-0 win over the Czech Republic on Wednesday, the national team regained their
, and Joachim Löw's team has now been
unbeaten in eleven games
Germany - Ukraine in the live ticker: DFB-Elf with a changed squad compared to the test on Wednesday
However, caution is the top priority against a Ukrainian
, in which more than a dozen players with positive corona tests were missing,
2-1 in October to the away win.
In the home game you want to show a different face.
Löw will also
be able to count
on his experienced
, who were given a break against the Czech Republic.
Compared to the test against the Czech Republic, in which
, were used, Löw will
back on experienced staff.
With the stars from
* such as Manuel Neuer, Serge Gnabry or Leroy Sané, the national coach * will
be able to plan
Gladbach's Matthias Ginter and Premier League * legionary Timo Werner also got a break.
Somewhat surprisingly, Bayern defender
Niklas Süle was nominated
after his false-positive corona test and joins the team.
Niklas # Süle has been called up for the #NationsLeague games against Ukraine and Spain 🇺🇦🇪🇸
He will join up with the team on Thursday.
#The team pic.twitter.com/GHbPnJeUaH
- Germany (@DFB_Team_EN) November 12, 2020
Germany - Ukraine in the live ticker: game against Ukraine for Löw "preliminary"
Löw will ensure against Ukraine that - with the exception of the yellow-banned
- a possible
EM framework is
on the field.
“We now have two more games and then three more in March.
And then there is the nomination and preparation for the European Championship ", explained the national
and made it clear:" Of course, it's about playing. "
Löw describes the game against Ukraine as "decisive"; should his team win, it would be "in a good position".
Against the one point better Spaniards there would be a final for the group win.
DFB newcomer and ex-1860 player
, who is associated with Bayern *, is also confident of victory.
"We want to win against Ukraine - of course!" Said the
most conspicuous player in
the friendly on Wednesday confidently.
* tz.de is part of the nationwide Ippen digital editorial network.