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After claiming that Germany has lost the ability to develop players who can replace its greatest players of the past. Hansi Flick has identified Jamal Musiala as the future of German football. Despite winning 4-2 against Costa Rica on Thursday. Germany was eliminated from the World Cup’s group stage for the second time in a row. Japan’s unexpected 2-1 victory against Spain sealed Germany’s fate.

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Musiala, a forward for Bayern Munich, performed above his 19 years, which was a rare positive for Germany during the competition. Musiala was born in Germany but was reared in England. Flick made a point of pointing out that Musiala. Who played for England at the youth level, is not a product of the German system in an attempt to subtly criticize how Germany has recently created its own players.

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Thomas Muller called Germany’s World Cup exit “an absolute catastrophe”

Hansi Flick said about Germany football that “head into a different direction, and very soon”. When the four-time world champions were eliminate from the World Cup group stage for the second time in a row, “absolute catastrophe” by forward Thomas Muller. Germany’s chances of making it out of Group E were end by Japan’s 2-1 victory over Spain in Doha. Despite a 4-2 victory over Costa Rica at Al Bayt Stadium.

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In the end, Germany’s 2-1 loss to Japan in their opening match at Qatar 2022 proved expensive for the nation. Which is schedule to host Euro 2024 in just over 18 months. Flick state that significant adjustments be done to assure Germany will be at Euro 2024. But he did not address his own future as a coach.

Muller, whose 2010 World Cup debut was in South Africa, acknowledge it was difficult to leave this tournament early. Germany lost because Spain fail to defeat Japan, but Flick insist that his team was solely to blame for their elimination.

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