Tue 27 September 2022 | 11:43

Flick alerts individual errors can be deadly in World Cup

Germany's draw against England last night has worried the head coach of the team.

Germany

coach Hansi Flick has warned his team that mistakes made last night against

England

at Wembley could be fatal in the World Cup.

Germany took the lead with goals from

Ilkay Gundogan

and Kai Havertz, but three goals from Luke Shaw, Mason Mount and Harry Kane within 12 minutes gave England the lead with seven minutes remaining. Nick Pope's error allowed Havertz to tie the game at 3-3, and Fleck asked his players to take better care of the results in his postgame news conference.

"The result is very disappointing. I think we were very stable after 2-0 and we made individual mistakes, and you have to say that England brought in two fresh players who then also played a part in making England more effective offensively," Flick said.

"We made individual mistakes and that's why it's disappointing. 

"You have to look at the whole game and I think we did many things well, really well. In a phase where we got the three goals, that shouldn't happen to us, because especially at a World Cup, things like that are of course deadly and you're eliminated faster than you think. 

"Therefore, if you look at it positively, you simply have to say that we know what we can work on. 

"We'll analyse the game properly again because, of course, at first glance, I've seen the goals conceded, just once or twice now, and that's partly individual, where we sometimes made the mistakes. And everyone has to do their job over 90 minutes and we have to work on that."


source: SportMob

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