This is from German TV. I didn’t catch it when it was broadcasted but it looks like an event from entertainer and producer Stefan Raab.
He’s known for inventing new sports (like sitting in wok on a luge track) or adopting existing sports (diving from 10m, demolition derby with old cars) and making big TV events with local celebrities out of it.
This seems to be football in a hockey rink
There are two known teams from Hamburg playing in the clip.
Germany did not play like Germany.
They have a lot of good players, but I don’t think they were a team. There has been a lot of switching players in and out for the friendlies and qualifying matches. They don’t have a lot of playing with the same players.
There were so many chances, but they didn’t execute.
Werner did not have an explosive year at Leipzig like he did in 2016. Muller has been down on goals for the past few years. Sandro Wagner was rejected when the final lineup was made. Perhaps his aggressiveness at the front might have cleared up the box for more shots on goal.
Yeah…I thought they might have just not had some luck. They had so many shots on goal that were just barely high or wide. They just didn’t fall for them. And it seemed like Korea was more motivated to get down their end of the field on the run…
A friend and I was watching the second half during an early lunch at work…ahem. We both commented that Ozil wasn’t into today’s match. Looked disinterested and out of gas. Werner was terrible today. It was like the whole team wasn’t really interested in being there. Maybe there’s some internal team issues we don’t know about.
Well of course. I’d never suggest they SHOULD do that. Probably a poor choice of words since I actually wrote that. But it’d definitely be the easier path. They’re done if they beat Belgium, won’t even make the semis.