Germany national team She answered anyone who doubted her when she was retarded on Saturday And defeated Portugal 2: 4 Current European Champion. She will now reach the final round on Wednesday in a comfortable position when she meets the Hungarian team. However, Joachim Lev’s team did not have much time to rejoice: today (Monday) it was announced that Thomas Müller is injured and will miss the game. Beyond that, he is also in doubt for the quarterfinals, if and when.

The Bayern Munich midfielder, who has yet to score in the current tournament or Euro games ever, is suffering from a knee injury. “Shock! Muller is out for at least one game,” Bild wrote, praising the connection for proving in both games why Lev returned to the team. “At least against Hungary, Yogi will have to make do without his speaker on the pitch.”

Mats Hummels and Ilkai Gondwane (market problem) were also absent from this morning’s training, although their presence is not in danger. The good news came from Leon Gorceka, who came off the bench against Portugal and may join the squad in Muller’s place.

Germany national team players | MATTHIAS HANGST/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

“His position is fundamentally similar to mine,” he said Gorzka. “I have already played in this position in the national team. I trust myself that I will fill the role great but hope he will be fit in time because he is very important to us.” He added humorously: “The way he moves in the pool in the morning made me think it was impossible to send his use to the upcoming game.”

He further said Gorzka: “It was hard for me not to play in the opening game against France but I knew the tournament was long and it was right for me to train another two or three days after the injury I suffered. Now the tournament is really starting for me.” Regarding the continuation of the road he said: “We know what our situation is and should not look at the last games. We want to win. Hungary looked very good against world class teams.” At the end he praised the crowd in the last game: “It felt like everything was sold out. We felt good after a very difficult year and a half.”

Leon Gorczka | MATTHIAS SCHRADER/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

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