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A disappointing competition for Germany. Eliminated in the group stage of the 2022 World Cup as in 2018, the selection coached by Hans-Dieter Flick has again missed its subject. A disappointment that Thomas Müller struggled to evacuate: *“It’s an absolute disaster! I don’t know what will happen next. If this was my last game, then I would like to say a few words to German football fans. It was a great pleasure, dear supporters. We have had great times. I tried to keep my heart on the pitch in every game. I always showed commitment and sometimes there were tears of joy because of my actions, sometimes the spectators also had pain in their faces. Even though I didn’t succeed in all the actions, I did it with love. I’ll have to see everything else.”
While we thought that the words of the 33-year-old Bayern Munich striker were synonymous with an international retirement, it was not. In a press conference, he wanted to clarify things: “I was moved after the match, it was a sad moment. I thought about it and exchanged ideas with Hansi Flick. The goal is to succeed again. Hansi has plenty of attacking options. I’m very relaxed about it, but I’m absolutely there when the coach needs me. What better than a Euro 2024 at home to find a great team from Germany?