Hansi Flick reacts to World Cup elimination anxiety

Hansi Flick reacts to World Cup elimination anxiety

Hansi Flick said that a rapid decision must be made on his future as Germany’s manager after the team’s shocking loss in the World Cup.

Germany was defeated by Japan in their opening match and needed the Samurai Blue to lose to Spain on the final day in order to avoid elimination from the group stage for the second consecutive tournament. However, Japan’s stunning 2-1 comeback victory on the final day resulted in Germany’s elimination from the group stage.

The former Bayern Munich manager confirmed that a decision regarding Hansi Flick future will be made soon, as numerous fans have demanded his departure.

When asked if he will resign after the latest humiliation, Flick told reporters, “We’ll work that out quickly; it’s difficult to answer now that we’ve been eliminated from the game.”

“We’ll soon find out about it.”

Germany concluded their campaign with a 4-2 win against Costa Rica, but were unable to progress due to their opening loss to Japan and subsequent 1-1 tie with Spain.

“I’m not at a loss for words,” Flick remarked. “During the first half, I was unhappy and upset with the squad. We encouraged the opponent into the game by making errors and being irresponsible. Nonetheless, we prevailed.

“Our demise did not occur now, but rather in 20 minutes versus Japan.” We could have defeated Spain with more efficiency. Despite this, the disappointment is enormous.

“I do not believe that we lacked enthusiasm. We squandered a number of opportunities in the first half and attempted to improve in the second. Yet, we are returning home. My displeasure is enormous, and so is that of the coaching staff.”