Duel 2006 World Cup semi-final replay will again unfold in Dortmund as Germany host Italy in a friendly match, an early day. Coach Joachim Loew Der Panzer also call this fight as a fight between two giants.
Although only entitled friendly match, but Loew reluctant to lower the regular players in the prestige duel full of this. Coach of the 2006 World Cup and is still serving as an assistant coach Juergen Klinsmann confirmed would lose his best squad, although this time his team dominated a lot of young players.
Coach who led Germany into the semifinals of the 2010 World Cup was reluctant to underestimate Gli Azzurri squad that failed miserably, having knocked out in the group stage at the same event. According to him, the current Italian squad ditukangi Cesare Prandelli was far different from the current Azzurri squad dibesut Marcello Lippi.
“In the last event, we managed to carve the results are better than Italy in the 2010 World Cup, South Africa. However, Italy remains a strong team that mapu survive very well, “said Loew was quoted as saying Goal, on Wednesday (02/09/2011).
“They are a team that is hard to beat, and this duel is like meeting of two giants. Italy is very good at playing tempo and then threatened his opponent. They can also rely on the ability of individuals a number of players, “he continued.
Besides risking the big names of both countries, this duel will also be used as a platform Loew revenge for the 0-2 defeat suffered by Germany from Italy in the semi-final 2006 World Cup, where Team Panzer appear as host.
“Over the last 16 years, Germany had never won from Italy. So, we can print anything special in the game later, “he said.
Coming to this duel, Prandelli has indeed been revealed clearly the players and strategies that will diusungnya. However, not so with Loew that still close the meeting to be applied formations. However, a number of news mentions that this elegant coach will still rely on veteran Miroslav Klose bomber who is currently having a difficult time in his club Bayern Munich.
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