In the Press conference before the game against Norway, Joachim Low was very critical of his team’s performance in Prague a couple of days earlier, and even more, of some of the German fans behavior in the Czech capital.
He looked exactly the opposite talking to reporters right after his team’s 6-0 triumph over Norway, starting with the atmosphere in the stadium.
It was a lot of fun to play here in Stuttgart, the mood was great. That shows the beauty of football. It was the first home game for a long time and before the game it felt that the spectators were ‘hot’ to see the team and we then did our part with nice goals
the German coach said, adding
after the Czech Republic game, we said there must be another spirit in this team again and we have made good progress against Norway.
Local boy Timo Werner, the RB Leipzig striker who is born in Stuttgart and started his career playing for their team, scored twice, and had every reason to be glad, even a little emotional after the match.
I am glad that I now play regularly in the national team. To experience this in my home is very special and means a lot to me and I am extremely happy that I was so well received. Thanks to the fans, they have supported me so much