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Thomas Müller: "Some people are happy when we don't succeed, it's a shame" | Israel today

2022-11-30T08:15:45.738Z

One of the veterans of the German national team hopes to keep his mouth shut tomorrow after the match against Costa Rica, but knows: "We must not be euphoric. We only gained a point"



The German national team will meet the Costa Rican national team tomorrow knowing that they may need a multi-goal victory.

The bad start of the group stage put her in the hole and she depends partly on the grace of the Spanish team.

A Spanish victory over Japan combined with a German victory, and the Mannschaft will qualify for the round of 16.

The speculation, the odds table and the various interpretations do not interest one of the oldest players in Germany, Thomas Müller, who usually likes to joke.

This time he is completely serious and direct: "We will get to the game against Costa Rica in the best possible way. Winning 0:8 is possible, but not realistic in the World Cup. We will not consider what happens in the corresponding game."

Müller added: "It is true that we are clear favorites against Costa Rica, but we will remain humble. We have only one point and a negative goal difference. There is no reason for us to be euphoric.

"It's true that we left the game against Spain with a smile, but that's only because we knew after it that we still have a chance to advance to the round of 16. We don't depend on ourselves, so we can't be happy."

Muller also had criticism: "The feeling is that there are people who are happy that we are not successful, especially on social networks. It's a shame in my opinion. But we are still optimistic and the feeling is that football is the main thing here. It makes me especially happy."

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Source: israelhayom

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