Germany kicked off the first game of former Bayern Munich manger Hansi Flick’s tenure with a 2-0 over Liechtenstein. Many people were eager to see what Flick’s version of Die Mannschaft would look like and see the the post-Joachim Löw era start.
Germany was thoroughly dominant in possessing the ball and looked to be constantly seeking ways to break through Liechtenstein.
Here are our talking points from the game:
- A look at Flick’s starting lineup and how it melded over the course of the game.
- Jamal Musiala’s excellence continues.
- It was #TimoTime for the Germany offense.
- An appreciation of Niklas Süle.
Overall, it was a good start for Germany under Flick and while Liechtenstein is not exactly a world power, the feeling of positivity during and after the match was a breath of fresh air.
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