London (AP) – International press reviews of Internet sites about Germany’s national soccer team in the round of 16 of the European Championship against England (0: 2).
“Daily Mail”: “No, you’re not dreaming. Are you coming home now? (…) The royal lucky charm, Prince George, sees England beat Germany 2-0.”
“Times”: England Banishes Some Old Ghosts, Deservedly Defeats Germany “.
“Sun”: “In fast-paced Wembley, Gareth Southgate’s team displayed a non-English sense of sanity as they beat the Germans on their way to their fourth clean sheet in a row.”
“L’Équipe”: “The group of death is … dead. There was no miracle in the temple of football. Time of the Hansi Flick era.”
“AS”: “Wembley is furious. Löw is saying goodbye in the worst possible way. At this level neither England, let alone Germany, who went home, is ready to win this European Championship.”
“Marca”: “The magic of Grealish ends the trauma of England against Germany”
“La Gazzetta dello Sport”: “Germany must bow to Sterling and Kane: England in the quarterfinals! Germany go home and go on vacation. The final in the second round also ends the era of Joachim Löw group of dead reaches the quarterfinals. ” “Corriere dello Sport”: “Sterling and Kane lead Southgate to the quarter-finals in Rome. The English win a nice and even match. The rays of the two attackers decide. Löw’s team is too imprecise in attack and surrenders to Müller’s knife. Sterling and Kane make history at Wembley. ”
“Krone”: “Three Lions are taking Germany out of the ME!”
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