Published: Sat, June 30, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Mesut Ozil breaks silence after Germany's World Cup exit

Mesut Ozil breaks silence after Germany's World Cup exit

"There is no explanation as to how a team with this quality can end at the bottom of this group".

Star forward Son Heung-Min, who scored twice in Russian Federation - a stunning goal against Mexico and a late strike to confirm the win against Germany - was nearly struck by an egg, but still went on to express gratitude to fans, as well as offer contrition over the early exit.

To add to the statistical brickbats, this is now the first World Cup since 1966 when England will have progressed further than the Germans.

Players like Mesut Ozil, Ilkay Gundogan, Sami Khedira, Marco Reus, Mario Gomez, Mats Hummels, Jerome Boateng and even misfiring Thomas Muller all face a fight to prove that this World Cup was a one-off aberration.

Under Low's leadership, Germany reached the final of EURO 2008, as well as the last four at the following European Championships and the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

"They (Germany) are the defending champions, number one on the Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings and they probably felt they would be able to beat us, so I felt we could use that as a reverse strategy and we hit the nail on the head". "We didn't deserve to be winning the title again, we didn't deserve to progress to round of 16, we deserve to be eliminated", he said. "They have shown no will, it was all too slow".

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The PFA Young Player of the Year victor had an outstanding season in the Premier League, scoring 14 goals and making 17 assists, helping Pep win the Premier League.

"We're just pleased we're in the next round".

"We really had the feeling that our team wanted to move ahead and qualify for the knockout stages".

Midfielder Sami Khedira backed Low, adding that he would consider his own worldwide future in the weeks ahead. "We hereby ask #FIFA to make the next #WorldCup open only to ten teams", the tweet read.

Just to make it clear, Germany are not of the 10 teams who will be participating in the Cricket World Cup next year.

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