Even today's show shoots with an opening gag against Flick after Japan embarrassment
Created: 11/27/2022, 8:24 am
By: Andreas Knobloch
Oliver Welke shoots against Hansi Flick in today's show.
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Germany lost embarrassingly at the World Cup against Japan and even has to listen to malice from today's show
Munich – DFB national coach Hansi Flick has really not had an easy day.
The opening defeat at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar against Japan came unexpectedly.
Since then, criticism has poured in from all sides.
It is often the players who are the focus of the headlines.
But Flick also had to listen to a lot after the embarrassment.
Today's show shoots Flick after World Cup embarrassment: "Replace anyone who is too good"
When the score was 1-0, the coach replaced the goal scorer and hitherto top performer Ilkay Gündogan.
Of course, Germany could have closed the game after the substitutions with the double chance of Jonas Hofmann and Serge Gnabry, but they didn't and so a bitter seven minutes followed, in which Japan shone.
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Even two days after the catastrophic defeat, she has not yet been forgotten in this country.
Oliver Welke put his finger in the wound again during the ZDF Today show on Friday, November 25, as reported by tz.de.
The opening gag went straight to the Zulal Wellness Resort, where the DFB team peddles.
"Welcome to today's show, here we are again, two days before the World Cup showdown against Spain on Sunday," begins Welke.
His employer will also broadcast the game against Spain on Sunday, in which Germany can already be eliminated.
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Welke throws immediately afterwards: "My personal tip - pay attention to it - as a sign of human rights, Hansi Flick will, as he did against Japan, mercilessly replace anyone who plays too well.
Take that, FIFA!”.
The protest actions of the DFB-Elf before the game against Japan with the mouth-to-mouth gesture were hotly debated - and afterwards the substitutions of Gündogan, Jamal Musiala or Thomas Müller.
In addition to Flick and his coaching team, Germany's World Cup fans are also tinkering with the line-up.
Is Kimmich playing back right again?
Is a midfield with Kimmich, Gündogan and Leon Goretzka possible?
What does the back four look like?
Is Leroy Sane fit?
Questions upon questions answered about an hour before the game (Sunday, 8pm).