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Germany coach Joachim Löw waxes lyrical about Amin Younes

By Henrik Petersen

Germany coach Joachim Löw was very impressed with what he saw from Amin Younes in Eintracht Frankfurt's 2-1 victory over Bayern München on Saturday.

Joachim Löw.
Joachim Löw.Photo: GEPA Pictures/Roger Petzsche

Amin Younes made a positive impression on Germany coach Joachim Löw with his performance in Eintracht Frankfurt's 2-1 victory over Bayern München on Saturday, which saw him score the decisive goal in the first half.


Löw was in the stands for the game at Deutsche Park Bank - and he was very impressed with the Napoli loanee's performance.

"Younes played a very good game. He is gradually finding his rhythm again," Löw told Sport1.

"He has great technical ability and displays great vision on the pitch. He's a player, who handles one-on-one situations in the best possible way."

Younes has emerged as a key player for Frankfurt since joining 'Die Adler' on a two-year loan deal from Napoli last summer.

In total, he has made 17 appearances or the club with four goals and two assists to his name.

The 27-year-old has represented Germany five times in the past, finding the net twice.


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