By Obiajulu Chiagoziem
Hansi Flick, is clearly supportive of his team’s late win against Romania, as the German side maintains their 100% winning record under his administration.
Although losing out in the first half to a 1 goal down, Germany were able to retrace and come back in the second half to clinch the win with goals from Gnabry and Muller.
Germany has recorded four wins under Flick, whose perfect start since replacing Joachim Low after Euro 2020 continues.
“Conceding goals always annoys me,” Flick told RTL.
“We were about to have a penalty, and then we conceded. It wasn’t easy for us to put up with that. We were man to man at the back. A number six simply has to stay there to cover, but we also have to say it was a very good goal
“But the team gave everything and the fans pushed us. In the end, we deserved to win against a team that defended very deep.” he concluded.
Speaking about their win, Muller added: “I thought we played a very committed game and tried a lot. Going into the break 1-0 behind was not a good feeling.
“We have to compliment the fans. When we scored the second, they literally exploded. We could feel the connection on the pitch.
“Even when we fell behind, we knew that not everything we did before was bad. It’s nice when you still get a result afterwards.” he concluded.