Sport Huth: "We want to take the title to Germany"
2: 0 success against Austria: German footballers are fighting into the European Championship semi-final
in a long-time narrow game, Germany has a lot of trouble against Austria-and also a bit of luck. Ultimately, the DFB selection is more efficient. © Photo: dpa/Sebastian Gollnow Perfect conclusion. Lina Magull makes 1-0 in this scene. After preliminary work by Klara Bühl from the left and a lot of eye by Alexandra Popp for the better positioned teammate, it then hits the bottom right.
On Sunday (6 p.m., live! At Kicker) the time has come: The European Championship final between Germany and England is pending. Before the big game, Svenja Hut mainly addressed the special stadium.
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in the Wembley Stadium, everything is three numbers larger than anywhere else. Svenja Huth was correspondingly surprised when she entered the press room of the London football temple on Saturday afternoon. More than 80 media representatives had gathered in this room that is like a cinema. Huth has never played in Wembley. When the German team won a test game in front of 77,000 spectators 2-1 in November 2019, the wing player was injured by VfL Wolfsburg. "The stadium is impressive when empty," says the 31-year-old before the European Championship final on Sunday against England.
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"I don't know if there will be bigger moments for our players," said. The national coach announced a "brave and aggressive" appearance of her team for Sunday.
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The personnel situation is relaxed before the final: except for those with covid -19 infected Munich Klara Bühl are all players fit. If the offensive player, who actually provides for operation on the opposite wing of Huth, can still be freely on Sunday, she will come to the stadium. "On Sunday it counts: We want to take the title to Germany," announced Huth. It would be the ninth European Championship title for Germany.
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The «Black-Red Gold-All in!» In the circle before the kick -off, this European Championship should not be heard for the last time. And after the game there should be joy dances for the Rednex Evergreen "Cotton Eye Joe" again. © Sebastian Gollnow/dpa The German footballers have not yet had a goal in the tournament. With the big goal Wembley, the German footballers go to the semi -finals against France.
"The pressure in the final is at England"
The way to the final was confidently: all five games of the tournament won the DFB selection - and only conceded a goal. "The strength of the team is that every player of the others treats everything," Voss-Tecklenburg explains part of the recipe for success. She is certain: "The pressure in the final is in England".
The German team had believed that almost nobody had entered the final in front of the European Championship. "We have incredibly great characters in the team. And we live the feeling of being," says Svenja Huth, who was in the squad nine years ago. The vice captain feels "no special nervousness" before the grand finale in London. The best conditions to survive in Wembley in front of almost 90,000 spectators. Voss-Tecklenburg: "We don't plan to lose."
Germany have MORE players than England in Euro Team of the Tournament .
Sarina Wiegman's record-breaking side have therefore been hailed as being among the all-time greats. But UEFA disagreed, selecting five German stars to four from England , with one each from France and Spain. The team selected, in a 4-3-3 formation, was: Mary Earps (England); Giulia Gwinn, Marina Hegering (both Germany), Leah Williamson (England), Sakina Karchaoui (France); Keira Walsh (England), Lena Oberdorf (Germany), Aitana Bonmati (Spain); Beth Mead (England), Alexandra Popp, Klara Buhl (both Germany).