The German coach Joachim Löw regretted the death of Alejandro Sabella, his rival in the final of Brazil 2014, on Wednesday. and he paid tribute to him by highlighting that he had managed to put together a harmonious team with the union of a lot of individual talent.
“The death of Alex Sabella saddens me. I only saw him personally once, in the final of Brazil 2014. But before, during the South American Qualifiers for that World Cup, I had taken care of Argentina,” said Löw in statements that the Süddeutsche Zeitung from munich
According to Löw, Sabella managed to create an incredible unit and team out of individuals and superstars with great technical quality.
“He brought organization and discipline, he was a calm and analytical man. He always seemed sovereign to me. A coach with an idea of the game. That is why I always had great respect for his work”, he pointed.
“After the final, despite his disappointment, he congratulated me immediately. He will always remember that moment,” he added.