Toni Kroos stated that the match was decided by an unfortunate play against Germany, originated by Mats Hummels’ own goal.
MUNICH – The German midfielder Toni Kroos said on Tuesday that Germany played a good game against France, despite the 1-0 defeat, which, according to him, was caused by an unfortunate play, in reference to the own goal of Mats Hummels.
“I think we have done a lot of what we have set out to do. We had chances to score a goal. The match was decided on an unfortunate move,” said the midfielder from Real Madrid.
“What we have been missing is the goal. We reached spaces where we could have done more,” Kroos said.
Meanwhile, the German side Joshua Kimmich He said a point against France would have been fair for Germany in the Euro soccer match that they lost this Tuesday, in Munich, against France, 1-0, due to an own goal by Mats Hummels.
“I think we had a dominance phase in the second half. I think a point would have been fair for us,” he said.
According KimmichDespite the defeat, Germany showed on Tuesday that it can play “as equals” with the greatest.
“We have shown that we have the level to play as equals with the best teams. France is one of the favorites and we have to show in the next game that we are also among the favorites,” he said.