“Perfect start”: This is how the DFB stars celebrate the perfect start

“Perfect start”: This is how the DFB stars celebrate the perfect start
“Perfect start”: This is how the DFB stars celebrate the perfect start

Triumphant start to the European Championship: The DFB team overwhelms the Scots 5:1. Kroos, Gündogan and Co. celebrate the impressive opening victory.

The European Championship in Germany got off to a brilliant start on Friday evening: Germany deservedly beat the overwhelmed Scots 5:1. The DFB stars then celebrated their triumph via social media.

a picture of himself on Instagram surrounded by his teammates. He wrote: “Couldn’t be prouder of the team! Perfect start!” shared a picture with Gündogan from the dressing room and praised his captain, who in his eyes delivered a “world-class performance”.

The goalkeeper, who was unemployed for much of the match, also let his joy run free on Instagram. He wrote alongside a celebratory pose and some game scenes: “Thank you for this incredible start to the European Championship, Munich! This is how we wanted the start!” , who started the flood of goals with his goal, also shared some pictures of the game on Instagram and wrote briefly: “We’re in. What a start.” He was also enthusiastic about the start and posted some snapshots from the Allianz Arena. The DFB star commented: “Perfect start to the tournament. Straight on to the next one.” And he also called the opening match a “perfect start”.

Not only Wirtz, Musiala and Havertz were on the scoresheet, but also the substitutes and , who was only nominated on Wednesday. Füllkrug wrote of a “strong start” and Can also called the 5:1 a “perfect start”. And the thinker and leader in midfield? shared a picture of Thomas Müller in one of his stories. It shows the remaining 2014 world champions in the current DFB squad Neuer, Müller and Kroos at the “perfect start”.

Germany faces Hungary on Wednesday

The DFB team will continue its Group A campaign on Wednesday, June 19th, with a match against Hungary. Kick-off in Stuttgart is at 6 p.m. Coach Julian Nagelsmann’s (36) men will play their last preliminary round match against Switzerland in Frankfurt on Sunday, June 23rd, at 9 p.m.

Source: Stern

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