FIFA U17 World Cup: Find out what the German coach said about a potential Germany vs Brazil clash

German U17 players at Kolkata. Pic Courtesy:- Xtratime

German U17 players at Kolkata.
Pic Courtesy:- Xtratime

Kolkata: The German U17 team has travelled to Kolkata to play the all important quarter finals. The German side will take the field on October 22 as they are to set to play the winners of the encounter between Brazil and Honduras. There is a huge probability that residents of the City of Joy, can experience a classic encounter between Brazil and Germany at the Salt lake Stadium in the quarters.

On being questioned as to which team they would want in the quarters, the German coach, Christian Wuck said, ” we don’t know whom we will face. Whoever comes, we are ready to face them”.

2014 World Cup in Brazil witnessed how Germany humiliated the Samba boys to a result of 7-1, as for now the question remains whether the young boys can repeat the same. Wuch said, “We don’t know whom we will face however every team who plays the quarters have an equal chance of being champions”.

On being questioned as to whether he thought that they would loose 4-0 to Iran Wuch replied, “Iran are a good side. They had also defeated Mexico earlier”

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