Ozil suggest what Germany needs to do after 6-0 drubbing against Spain in UEFA Nations League

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Arsenal outcast, Mesut Ozil has suggested what Germany needs to do in shoring up its leaky defense that conceded six unreplied goals last night against Spain in the UEFA Nations League.

Knowing fully well that a win will dislodge Germany from the top of the League A4 Group, La Roja went riot from 17 minutes.

Germany bench during their 6-0 capitulation against Spain

What’s suprising is that two of Spain’s goals were from headers, which is unlike Germany to conceded headed goals having been unbeaten in 2020.

Ferran Torres was a thorn in the flesh of the visitors at Seville, bagging his first career hat-trick.

Alvaro Morata opened the scoring with a great header in the 17th minute – reminiscence of Spain Triumph against them in Euro 2008 . The host showed supremacy from off – having 70% possession and 23 shots.

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Ozil urged Germany to bring Jerome Boateng back to their starting line up after UEFA Nations League exit

Meanwhile, Ozil who has left the German national team due to alleged ill-tretament has advised that Bayern Munich defender, Jerome Boateng be allowed back into the starting lineup to adress their defensive issue.

He took to his Twitter page to make the call following their unimpressive outing in Seville.

Joachim Low has decided not to invite Jerome Boateng to the German national team

Joachim Low decided not to recall Boateng into the team as he continues to prepare the team for the future. But Ozil felt the 32-year-old would have coordinated the backline that were manned by his fellow teammate, Niklas Süle and Matthias Ginter.

With this kind of performance from Low’s men, after elimination from the 2018 World Cup in the group stages, it suggests he has significant work to do before next year’s rearranged European Championship.

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Despite the result, Low expressed confidence and trust in his players.

“Today we saw that we are not as far ahead in our development as we had thought and expected after the last games,” he said.

Will Low give Boateng a call up in the next international break, let’s see the decision he will take as the defender continues to shine for Bayern.

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