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Julian Nagelsmann urges Germany to build on win over France against Netherlands

SoccerNews in General Soccer News 25 Mar 2024

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Germany boss Julian Nagelsmann wants to continue the momentum from their victory over France heading into their final match with the Netherlands before the European Championship in June.

Nagelsmann’s side ran out 2-0 winners over France on Saturday to end a run of three games without victory – dating back to October where they beat the United States 3-1 – and will now face the Netherlands in their last dress rehearsal before their home Euros.

The German manager does not want the result over France to be a one off and is keen to build on the performance by naming an unchanged side.

He told a press conference: “It’s about the team believing in itself and this path – even in negative moments in the game.

“We have turned into what we want to continue on the road towards the home European Championship.

“I plan that it will be the same first XI as in France.

“In football, you always have to back up a performance. A one-hit wonder, that can be nice, but we have to continue on our path.”

Germany will be hoping to go further in the upcoming Euro 2024, which will be played in front of their home fans following a disappointing World Cup which saw them head out in the group stage.

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