Germany manager Joachim Low has been left with more questions than answers after their latest match against France.
Germany were up against France in the final international match before they head to the Euro 2012.
Germany were coming confident into the match, but they were up against a French national team that was undefeated in the last 17 matches.
The France national team has certainly been reinvigorated following the arrival of Laurent Blanc. Players like Florent Malouda were appearing re-energised after spending many years in the wilderness under the regime of Domenech.
France have failed to do anything of being called worthy in the last three major international tournaments. It was about time since France delivered the goods that they were known to be capable of. Hence, Germany was certainly not having an easy game on their hands, but Joachim Low would have been extremely disappointed with the way his team lost against the French.
France claimed a 2-1 victory in difficult circumstances in the match after goals from Florent Malouda and Olivier Giroud gave French victory in the match. Cacau scored the only goal of the game for the Germans, and it was the only thing to smile about for Joachim Low in this match.
“You are always frustrated when you lose games and I am a bit annoyed with how we lost. France were superior to us throughout the game. We were unable to find our game in the second half and that is why France deserved to win. It would have been better if we had got at least a draw, but it was good for me that I scored,” Joachim Low said after the match. It would be certainly interesting to see the team Joachim Low picks for the Euro 2012 given this poor result.