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0–6. The

. Against a Spanish team without the huge stars they had in the early 2010s. A gigantic, German humiliation.

“They were not only beaten, they were destroyed,” writes the English newspaper The Guardian.

It is just one of the many headlines that adorn newspapers around the world after the surprisingly big loss on Tuesday night. The German newspaper has taken a look at European newspapers, and has found these headlines:

The vanguard: “Spain drove over Joachim Löw’s team. It was one-way driving from the first minute, and Germany could not respond. “

The world: “Spain humiliates Germany on historic night”.

The country: «Embarrassing for the Germans. The new generation of Reds (Spanish national team players) showed a series of era-creating goals against Löw & co. »

The Guardian: “Yes, sex. Against Germany. It was a type of struggle where 65,000 people could boast for the rest of their lives that they were there. Instead, there were only 300, but they can and will do so. Joachim Löw’s team was not only beaten for the first time in 13 games, they were destroyed. “

How the Spaniards destroyed Manuel Neuer & co:

Republic: “‘The Red Wrath’ humiliated Joachim Löw’s men in Sevilla, securing the ticket to the semi-finals (in the Nations League).”

Courier: “Furious Spaniards rolled over helpless Germans – 6-0. Joachim Löw’s team had no chance and stumbled on a historic bang ».

Day indicator: “Germany with a historic setback against Spain. On the last match day, the Germans lost 0-6 and lost the opportunity for the playoffs. The last time they lost 0-6 was on May 24, 1931 against Austria »


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