Qatar Football World Cup: 1990 World Cup winner Matthaus demands Germany beat Japan

Germany superstar Lothar Matthaus advised against satisfaction but voiced sureness in his nation hiding Group E competitors Japan at this year’s FIFA World Cup in Qatar. The 61-year-old ex-great advised Germany to focus on themselves ahead of their opener against the Japan football team on Nov. 23 at Khalifa International Stadium. Spain and Costa Rica also expect the four-time winners in the group phase.

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Germany’s football team will win against Japan, Matthaus newly told reporters at Al Janoub Football World Cup Stadium, one of eight locations for the competition. But it’s the World Cup, it has many wonders. You have to work hard for 90 minutes against the Japan football team to gain three points. West Germany’s World Cup-winning skipper in 1990 in Italy.

The comprehensive midfielder and later sweeper made five straight Football World Cup Finals turnouts from the 1982 competition in Spain and claims a Germany record 150 attendances. Matthaus said the first game of the successful 1990 drive, a 4-1 win over a very good Yugoslavia team led by the late past Japan manager Ivica Osim and cantered around Nagoya Grampus icon Dragan Stojkovic, the current Serbia manager, will be a good case of position.

We were thinking about ourselves, not so much about Yugoslavia, he said of the game he counted a superb double in. Just thinking about our quality, we went into the game with sureness, and I think this is the most significant thing. The inaugural game of the FIFA World Cup is always special because you think a lot. Have we done all well? Are we in a good state? You start to think, but don’t think too much and trust in yourself.

Matthaus recognised the impact Japanese football team players are having on the Bundesliga, although Stuttgart captain Wataru Endo was the only name to come out of his mouth. We have a pair of Japanese players in the Bundesliga so we know them. We know the discipline of the Japanese players, we know they are very well organized on the side, he said. They are officially very well in Germany we have very good practice with the Japanese players.

Germany Football World Cup team ached a shock early exit four years ago in Russia but Matthaus has seen talented signs from the side since Hansi Flick took the reins last year after the exit of Joachim Low. Germany was removed in the round of 16 at the delayed European Championship last summer, the final event of Low’s long occupancy that started in 2005 and saw them win the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

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With the new trainer, I think we have what we were missing in the last four-five years, the closeness, to work for each other, belief in each other, and team soul, Matthaus said of Flick, who he knows from their playing days together at Bayern Munich. What he is doing better than Joachim Low’s last years is that he is interacting better with the players. For more to know about Spain vs Germany Tickets click here.

From the same altitude, face-to-face, clean talking, he explains his results, he is talking openly and explains the details behind each result. Tipping Brazil, France, Germany, England, Portugal, Argentina and Spain as the favourites, the Qatar FIFA World Cup ambassador said the first mid-season mega-event can throw up some worries for players and supervisors.

I know in Germany; they stop the Bundesliga only one week before the competition and they have to prepare for the Football World Cup in five days. Normally when you have a summer World Cup like in the last 50 or 100 years, you always had two-three weeks of training, he said. But Matthaus was also well conscious of the positive sides of the unique contest, ones that should provide for a special case.

The time to play the World Cup is faultless in terms of temperature, he said. Nobody can say it’s too hot or too cold or too much rain or the field is not prepared. We will have good games, high-level games, the world will follow the biggest sporting event in the world. For this, I am happy we can start this in five months here in an area where there had never been a football mega-event before. I think this area has the right to host a World Cup.

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Played two Football World Cup Finals against each other

Lothar Matthaus recalls Diego Maradona on the 36th anniversary of the 1986 victory. Matthaus and Maradona played against each other in two World Cup finals. On 29 June 1986, exactly 36 years back, Diego Maradona was at the peak of the world. He had just led Argentina to another World Cup title in what was a contest that came to be defined by the Argentine’s magic.

36 years on, Argentina are yet to win one more FIFA World Cup. While Lionel Messi and co. will hope to break that lack in Qatar, Maradona will not be there to eyewitness it. The Qatar Football World Cup is set to be the first World Cup without Diego Maradona since the celebrity came to the bow. Maradona passed away on 25 November 2020, at the age of 60. For more to know about the Germany Football World Cup teamclick here.

But his myth remains. And on the 36th anniversary of the premium moment in his profession, Lothar Matthaus evoked the Argentine and revealed how they shared a special friendship despite being foes on the field. Matthaus and Maradona, two of the best football players of their time, had played against each other in the 1986 and 1990 Football World Cup Finals.

While Maradona led Argentina to a 3-2 win over Germany in 1986, it was Matthaus’ turn to have the last laugh in 1990 when the Germans won the final 1-0. We played two World Cup finals against each other. We played many games in Italy in Serie A when my Inter Milan took on his Napoli. We had a special bond, he said recently in Qatar relating with media in his capacity as Qatar 2022 diplomat.

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Interestingly, Matthaus and Maradona also rutted their wits against each other in Italy where Matthaus played for Inter Milan while Maradona was Napoli’s poster boy. There was a lot of respect between us. Many times, after games where we clashed like enemies, we famous till late in the morning together, Matthaus exposed with a laugh. The German was an all-action midfielder who won the Ballon d’Or in the 1990 World Cup.

He exposed that their friendship was so deep-rooted that Maradona was part of Matthaus’ farewell game in Munich. And Matthaus had moved to Buenos Aires for Maradona’s farewell game. He wrote history in football and was the best footballer of his time. We played so many times against each other. He was in Munich for my farewell game and I was in Beunos Aires for his.

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