Joachim Low observes Germany training in Amsterdam as his new-look side prepare to start Euro 2020 qualifying campaign away to Holland
- Germany begin their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign away to Holland on Sunday
- Joachim Low’s side trained at the Johan Cruyff Arena on the eve of the match
- Uncapped duo as Maximilian Eggestein and Niklas Stark were both involved
- Leroy Sane trained despite being on the end of a bad challenge three days prior
Germany take on Holland on Sunday and will be wary of their opponents, after losing 3-0 on their last visit to Amsterdam in the UEFA Nations League in October.
Low has made multiple changes to his squad since Germany were relegated from the Nations League’s top tier. Uncapped duo as Maximilian Eggestein and Niklas Stark both trained on the eve of Sunday’s game.
Germany’s players trained at the Johan Cruyff Arena on the eve of Sunday’s game with Holland
Coach Joachim Low, pictured blowing a whistle, kept a close eye on his players on Saturday
Low addressed his squad ahead of the opening match in their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign
But some experienced players remain, with captain Manuel Neuer and Toni Kroos the two members of the current squad to have won more than 40 caps.
Low will have been pleased to see Leroy Sane involved on Sunday.
The Manchester City ace, who did not go to last summer’s World Cup, limped off late on in Wednesday night’s 1-1 friendly draw with Serbia after an ugly challenge by Milan Pavkov, who was sent off.
But Sane suffered no lasting damage and is available to face Holland.
Players stretched during training, which took place where Germany lost 3-0 on their last visit
Goalkeeper and captain Manuel Neuer was the most senior man among the players involved
Manchester City’s Leroy Sane trained just three days after being on the end of a bad challenge
Sane is now an important part of the Germany squad despite being snubbed for the World Cup