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Germany suffers humiliating 4-1 defeat to Japan in friendly, coach Hansi Flick under scrutiny

In a friendly international match, Japan delivered a humiliating defeat to Germany, winning 4-1. This loss adds to the mounting pressure on coach Hansi Flick, who insists that he is still the right person for the job. Japan had previously contributed to Germany's exit from the World Cup with a 2-1 victory last year.

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Germany suffers humiliating 4-1 defeat to Japan in friendly, coach Hansi Flick under scrutiny

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In a friendly international match, Japan delivered a humiliating defeat to Germany, winning 4-1.

This loss adds to the mounting pressure on coach Hansi Flick, who insists that he is still the right person for the job. Japan had previously contributed to Germany’s exit from the World Cup with a 2-1 victory last year.

They scored two goals in each half of the match.

This defeat raises doubts about Flick’s future as Germany prepares to host the European Championships in nine months.

Despite the disappointment, Flick remains defiant and refuses to back down. Germany captain Ilkay Gundogan acknowledges that the team is not performing well and that they need to reflect on their performance.

Junya Ito and Ayase Ueda scored for Japan in the first half, while Leroy Sane scored for Germany.

In the second half, Japan continued to dominate, scoring two more goals in the final minutes of the match.

Flick had promised to field the core team for the match, but made some experimental changes to the lineup.

Germany will face France in their next match, while Japan prepares for the Asia Cup in Qatar.

This article was updated 5 months ago

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