Mario Götze speaks up after the World Cup: “It doesn’t help to look for excuses”

Mario Götze speaks up after the World Cup: “It doesn’t help to look for excuses”

Mario Götze

©Getty Images

Eintracht star Mario Götze is disappointed in view of the World Cup from the DFB-Elf in the group phase

The World Cup hero from 2014, Mario Götze, has decided to retire from the German national team expressed in the group stage. The Frankfurt star was of course disappointed with the bitter course that the World Cup took for the German team.

It feels like an eternity since Mario Götze the DFB-Elf shot to the world championship title and all of Germany floated in football ecstasy. In 2022, the national team is in the vale of tears after the bitter and more than unfortunate end. Even Götze could not prevent this. The 30-year-old came on as a substitute against Japan and Costa Rica but failed to record any decisive action.

Götze struggles with the end: “I’m disappointed”

Now the midfielder has reached out to fans via social media and vented his frustration. “I’m still disappointed with how the World Cup turned out for us,” said the national player after his comeback, which he certainly imagined very differently. “It’s really been an up and down for the last two weeks. I also think the overall performance was better than the results suggest. But it doesn’t help to look for excuses,” he concluded.

An analysis that one can certainly agree with. In fact, the DFB-Elf played a much better tournament than four years ago. But you can’t buy anything if the result is identical.

What was it? Tactics guru Tobias Escher analyzes the German World Cup debacle

Everything about the DFB selection & World Cup 2022 in 90 minutes:

All DFB news
All World Cup news

This article was originally published on 90min.de as Mario Götze speaks up after the World Cup: “It doesn’t help to look for excuses” released.

goal

source site-2