Löw: 'We have to adapt our playing style'
Joachim Löw says he will make tactical changes for the match against France.
Germany will adjust their playing style following the disappointing World Cup campaign that saw 'Die Mannschaft' crash out at the group stage, Joachim Löw said today.
One day before the UEFA Nations League clash with France, the German national team coach stated that the most important thing is to stabilize the defense.
"We will not completely abandon our vision of football. But we have to adapt our playing style. We don't want to lose our offensive force, but we have to stabilize our defense." Löw said at a press conference.
"I believe that everyone knows that the team will have to show their unconditional will in the next matches. Then we will be successful," Löw said.
After the game against France tomorrow, Germany will be up against Peru in a friendly on Sunday.