Gnabry urges to “delete any negativity” ahead of Qatar 2022 triumph
Ahead of Germany’s first game in the 2022 World Cup against Japan on November 23, Gnabry expressed his side’s desire to win the World Cup while opening up about his relationship with Hansi Flick and the atmosphere in the Germany camp.
The 27-year-oldSerge Gnabry
missed the last World Cup due to injury, and now prior to the upcomingWorld Cup
, the Bayern striker is eager to bring his nation glory in Qatar.
2022 World Cup opener against Japan on November 23, Gnabry said:
"I don't know, at some point, I managed to flip the switch from being a so-so player to becoming the Serge Gnabry that I want to be.
"It's always difficult to really pinpoint what the reasons were. Even if there's a bit of a low, you keep working hard, and maybe, as a player, you really give too much time and thought on why you haven't scored this, why you haven't done that.
"But really, when called upon [we need] to delete these negative thoughts, to delete any negativity from our heads and, of course, play well.
"Making good assists and scoring lots of goals in the Bundesliga for Bayern, that has certainly helped and that helps us to approach the coming challenges with a great deal of self-confidence.
"So, I'm absolutely looking forward to the coming games and I hope that I can give my all, just as I have recently in the league."
Germany is in Group E with
, Japan, and Costa Rica.
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