The match between Spain and Germany in the Europa League will be an opportunity for the Spaniards to erase the shame of Barcelona,
who were eliminated from the Champions League semi-finals by a full eight at the hands of Bayern Munich, Germany’s strongest team.
The eight represented a slap in the face to Spanish football with the strongest reputation
and outstanding performance since the beginning of the 21st century and is the most crowned continental title in general concerning clubs.
The relationship between German and Spanish football at the level of The European teams is competitive on the leadership,
they are the champions of the 2010 and 2014 World Cup, and the rivalry between them at the club level in European competitions
or between teams is always the protector of the bats.
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But Spain, at the national team level, had the upper hand in terms of the top competitions,
with Germany eliminated from the 2010 World Cup with a header from Puyol two years after they won 1-0 in the Euro 2008 final with an unforgettable goal from Fernando Torres.
Barcelona and Real Madrid have outperformed German teams in recent years,
but eight Bayern Munich came in against Barcelona to shame Barcelona’s history and record an unforgettable defeat.
Sergio Busquets, Anse, and Fati from Barcelona will be the only ones to have seen the eight in terms of the Spanish national team,
while Joachim Löw has decided on the Bayern Munich players.
Joachim Löw, Germany’s coach, has given up the majority of Bayern Munich and Leipzig players during Spain’s Europa League
clash on September 3rd because they participated in the Champions League.
In particular, the Manschaft coach did not call up goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka
and Serge Ganabri of Bayern, and Lucas Klostterman and Marcel Halstenberg of Leipzig.
Löw has already revealed that he will not call most of the Bavarian team players as they need to rest after they participate in the Champions League,
which they were crowned for the sixth time in the club’s history.
Sully was excluded from the Mannschaft’s decision, although he played a large part of the Champions Final,
as the player missed the green rectangle for a long time due to an injury and Love felt it was better for him to regain the atmosphere of the play.
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but he did not participate with the team in the Champions League.
The coach said: “They were suffering injuries and did not participate in the matches
during certain stages and need to regain the rhythm through training.”
The list includes other players who have played in the Champions League finals,
such as Tilo Kehrer and Julian Draxler of Paris Saint-Germain,
who are in the same position as Sully, who have just finished recovering from injuries.
Whatever the German absences from the Bavarian ranks,
this match will continue to be an opportunity to clear Barcelona’s shame for Spanish football,
is it exploited by Enrique’s men or are they suffering another defeat?