Murat Yakin hides his game – rts.ch

Murat Yakin hides his game – rts.ch
Murat Yakin hides his game – rts.ch

If Julian Nagelsmann will renew the same eleven as in Germany’s first two matches at the Euro, Murat Yakin is hiding his game. The Basel player has said nothing about his intentions for Sunday’s match against the “Mannschaft” ( Sunday at 9:00 p.m. on RTS 2).

All players are at my disposal. The issue of yellow cards does not come into play in this account. he stressed on Saturday at a press conference. “There will be no impasse. All positions are doubled. We will be able to deal with any situation.

However, we are not obliged to believe it. Silvan Widmer, Ricardo Rodriguez, Remo Freuler and Vincent Sierro are under threat of suspension for the round of 16 if they receive a warning on Sunday. Starting them on Sunday carries a risk that seems disproportionate.

I’m not looking beyond the Germany game“, says Murat Yakin. “We are going to have a great match. We’ve been waiting for it for months. We would like to bring pride to our fans who will be present in Frankfurt to support us as they did wonderfully during the two matches in Cologne. We also want the country to be proud of this Swiss team. This will mainly be a question of prestige. Even if our qualification is not formally acquired, our position is enviable. We took four points. We deserved them“, he slips.

Home field advantage…

We don’t have to beat Germany to stay in the tournament, he continues. This way we can play with a free mind. We all appreciate the potential of the Germans. This team has developed remarkably in recent months. But we are not going to hide. Only defending is not an option. We have the qualities to disrupt their game.

Like Julian Nagelsmann, Murat Yakin deplores, of course, the state of the pitch. “She’s bad, it’s true. But since we trained for a week in Stuttgart on a pitch that was already far from perfect, I tell myself that maybe we have a little advantage“, he smiles.

ats/tzing

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