Monday, October 14, 2019

Wenger tips Germany for top honours at Euro 2008

ArsenalÂ’s manager Arsene Wenger has tipped Germany to beat Spain in SundayÂ’s Euro 2008 final in Vienna.

In an interview with reporters on Tuesday he said that Germany had the mental toughness that no other team at Euro 2008 had.

He added that Germany also had the most consistent player in the tournament, ChelseaÂ’s midfielder Michael Ballack of Chelsea.

He went on to say that Ballack was the main source of inspiration to the team and along with Lukas Podolski who was having an unbelievable tournament, these two formed a formidable partnership and difficult for other teams to overcome.

Wenger also rated RussiaÂ’s twenty seven year old Andrei Arshavin a great prospect after having lifted the Russian side after his suspension.

He could not see GermanyÂ’s main rival for top honours Spain winning as they had forgotten how to win anything big and it was thirty years since the Spanish won something significant.

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