Germany shouldn't be considered one of the top favorites to win next year's European Championship, says Joachim Löw.
Germany coach Joachim Löw believes his team shouldn't be seen as one of the main favorites to win Euro 2020.
Löw and Germany started rebuilding after a disappointing World Cup campaign in 2018 that saw 'Die Mannschaft' crash out at the group stage, and the 59-year-old asks for patience with his young side.
"We are not among the top favorites. Other nations like France are ahead of us. We will need time. But at such a tournament, a lot is always possible - even with a young team as this," Löw told reporters on Friday.
Löw's troops face Belarus in a Euro 2020 qualifier at Borussia-Park tonight.