After Germany’s 1-0 loss to Hungary in Leipzig, Jonas Hofmann (30) reacted to Germany’s performance which was the first loss under Hansi Flick. This result meant Germany will not qualify for the Nations League finals.
Hofmann reacted by saying: “We weren’t at it in the first half. We tried to play more quickly after the break and were more dominant, but we didn’t create any real clear-cut chances.
“We were missing that final pass or cross in the final third and never had a clear shot on goal or in the box. We have the quality to create chances, tonight just wasn’t good enough.
“This defeat will not be the end of the world for us, of course it’s frustrating tonight, but we won’t let it get us down,” concluded the Borussia Mönchengladbach midfielder.
Hofmann played the full 90 minutes at right-back as a Adam Szalai goal made the difference. Germany now turns their focus to England in London on Monday.
GGFN | Jack Meenan