Heavyweights Germany, Chile clash at Confed Cup

But it was not all completely smooth and Germany's young guns know there is still much room for improvement as they prepare to face Chile next tomorrow in Kazan. Cameroon boast a young side and this tournament in their chance to grow together and gain valuable experience that will help them get better. We knew how they played, knew their tactics.

"The players take on board what we tell them".

Both teams have scored in 5 of Germany's last 6 Confederations Cup matches and in 3 of their last 4 internationals. They are unpredictable. numerous players can score goals.

The worldwide football tournament, which runs until 2 July, is seen as a prelude to the 2018 World Cup.

Germany has won all three competitive games it played against Chile, all of them in World Cups. "One lesson about the first game [against Germany] was that, if anything, we probably needed to concentrate a bit more on ourselves and what we are trying to achieve and not pay too much respect to the opposition".

"Against Chile it will be entirely different", said Loew, who will be trying to win his 100th match as Germany's national team coach.

For Cameroon, Need Improvement for Goal Keeper and he should focus the Forward players previous matches and make updated with their move.

"It is always hard to break down a side that defends and hits on the counter, so Germany are going to be very, very tough opponents".

Die Mannschaft stalwarts such as Toni Kroos, Thomas Muller, Jerome Boateng, Mats Hummels, Marco Reus and Mesut Ozil were all left out of the squad, while Leroy Sane and Manuel Neuer were unavailable due to injury. Australia are committed to an attacking style of play and they should be praised for their refusal to back down under such a great challenge that was a match against reigning world champions.

If need be, Low will be able to call on capable replacements in Barcelona's Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Paris Saint-Germain No.1 Kevin Trapp.

Australia and Cameroon played out a 1-1 stalemate at the Confederations Cup on Thursday that further dents both countries' hopes of progressing in the eight-team tournament in Russian Federation.

Cameroon enjoyed an extra day's rest following their opening defeat to the South Americans, another reason fresh legs will be invaluable when they meet.

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