Hansi Flick was happy with his players' mentality after yesterday's win over North Macedonia.
After a goalless first half, Kai Havertz's 50th-minute opener was followed by a brace from Timo Werner and a first goal from Jamal Musiala.
"We have qualified which is what we wanted. I have to praise the lads for their attitude, they didn't let them have any chances," Flick told reporters after the game.
"The first half was a bit wild, we were lacking that precision just as against Romania," he added, referring to last week's 2-1 win.
"We kicked on after the first goal and were clinical, so I think we can be satisfied."