Saturday , January 16 2021

National team of derelict Germany top level of the UEFA League of Nations



Jakarta, CNN Indonesia – German Selection relegated from the top level or League A League of Nations after the Dutch beat France in the third set of Group 1 at Feyenoord Stadium on Saturday (11/17) in the morning.

The Dutch team clinched their second win in the Group 1 preliminary round after a 2-0 win over France thanks to Georginio Wijnaldum's two goals at 44 and a Memphis Depay penalty at 90 & # 39; + 6.

Der Oranje's three points make them the top team in Group 1. Although they have played against the Netherlands in the last game, they will not be able to save Die Mannschaft from relegation.

Germany's poor performance after the 2018 World Cup continued in the UEFA League of Nations. Of the total of three matches in the tournament, Joachim Loew's team has not yet won.

The 2014 World Cup champion swallowed two losses from France and the Netherlands and won only a draw by playing 0-0 with France at the Allianz Arena in early September.

The poor performance in the previous three games has led the German national team to be downgraded from the highest level of the UEFA League of Nations.The poor performance in the previous three games has led the German national team to be downgraded from the highest level of the UEFA League of Nations. (REUTERS / Piroschka Van de Wouw)

With the relegation, the German team had to go to League B the following season. Quoted from Sportskeeda, Germany will join Iceland and Poland, which have been confirmed to be demoted to next year. Another team has the chance to be downgraded between Croatia and Group 4 England.
Meanwhile, Ukraine, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Denmark may be the promotional cut that will replace Germany in Group A.

Relegation of the top level of the UEFA League of Nations is a final reality that Germany must accept. Although Thomas Mueller and his friends started to improve after defeating Russia 3-0 in a friendly.

In a test match at Red Bull Arena on Friday (11/16), three goals from the German victory were scored by Leroy Sane (8 & # 39;), Niklas Suele (25 & # 39;) and Serge Gnabry 40 & # 39;). (sry / bac)


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