Loew: Germany Properly Could Win Bigger

Tbilisi – Germany 2-0 victory over Georgia makes Joachim Loew happy. However, it regrets the failure of the German coach his team scored extra.

Playing a game of Group D Euro 2016 Qualifying, Die Mannschaft appear dominant. Statistics show 76 percent of the visitors have control of the ball with 8 of 19 total shot towards goal.

However, Germany only give birth to two goals all happen in the first half through Marco Reus and Thomas Mueller. The first name of the player who called had twice its efforts on the crossbar.

This victory continued the positive trend that has been unbeaten German in three qualifiers. Three additional points put them in second place in the standings with 10 points, while Georgia three strip at the bottom.

“Looking at the league table before the game was enough to see how urgent the situation is,” said Loew was quoted by Reuters.

“We played a dynamic game, we control the game but in the second half we did not have the same impetus to the goal.”

“We returned missed some good chances. We played some nice combinations but failed to score a third or fourth goal,” added Loew.