Germany is Expected to Win World Cup Group G but Coaches Klinsmann and Loew Equally Determined to Move on to Stage 2
Wednesday 25th June 2014
As World Cup prepares to advance to Stage 2, one of the most anticipated matchups will now decide who will win Group G. Intertops Sportsbook’s (http://www.intertops.eu) oddsmakers see Germany as a strong favorite to top the USA when the two meet on Thursday. Germany, a three-time world champion, only needs a draw to win the group and so is quoted at -2500, with the Americans at +900.
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The two coaches, USA's Jurgen Klinsmann and his German counterpart Joachim Loew, are buddies, but they’re both equally determined to win. Klinsmann, who coached his country at the 2006 World Cup with Loew as his assistant, has made it clear that he wants to beat his homeland and win the group.
“We have that fighting spirit and we give everything in every game,” Klinsmann told reporters. “We will go to Recife and we will give everything to beat Germany. That is our goal.”
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