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Pascal Groß savoring the moment after Germany’s draw with Mexico

The Brighton & Hove Albion star is enjoying his time with Germany.

Germany v Mexico - International Friendly Photo by Markus Gilliar - GES Sportfoto/Getty Images

The international break is now over and the German national team did finally show some signs of life during its tour of the United States.

After a win over the USMNT and a hard-fought draw with Mexico, Die Mannschaft came away at least showing some life and built up a little momentum under new coach Julian Nagelsmann.

Brighton & Hove Albion star Pascal Groß was happy to be a part of the effort and is reveling in the opportunity to represent his country.

“No, it’s a long way. Being here and representing the German colors is a lifelong dream! I always want to do my best when I get the chance,” Groß told Sport1 journalist Kerry Hau.

At a minimum, Groß put himself into a position for consideration for another call-up, though getting as much field time during the next international break will not be a sure thing. Regardless, the 32-year-old likes his situation and will at least give Nagelsmann another option in the midfield moving forward.

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