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Low has Little Intention of Changing Germany’s Line-up

Thu 12 November 2020 | 12:11

Despite their great performance against Czech Republic Low doesn’t want Max and Baku to expect much.

Germany

coach

Joachim Low

praised the performance of

Philip Max

and Ridle Baku after their win against Czech Republic but he told the players not to get their hopes too high for becoming regulars on the team. Alongside

Gian-Luca Waldschmidt

who scored Germany’s only goal both Max and Baku displayed a magnificent show but according to Low only more established stars would have the chance to make regular appearances in their Nation League meetings.

"We won't change a lot in those games," Low told RTL.

"This line-up will probably no longer play together. Still, you have to say that the guys got involved and played an intense game.

"We had good actions in the first half. In the second half we failed to score but were able to defend the 1-0 lead, so we can be satisfied."

Former

Bayern Munich

youth player Philip Max also had a talk with the press after their match saying: "I'm really proud to have made my international debut today. It is also a really special day for my family and friends."

Though the defending line of Germany may had troubles during the game

Manchester City

player

Ilkay Gundogan

made sure to keep their target protected.

"Mistakes are common," said Gundogan. "You have to forgive young players, especially those making their debuts.

"We can be satisfied with the win."

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source: SportMob