Joachim Low accuses squad of ARROGANCE after shock exit

Germany manager Joachim Low has hinted that arrogance was the nation's downfall after their shock exit at the World Cup.

The World Cup holders have crashed out of this year's competition after finishing bottom of the group in a shocking turn of events.

“We had a good training camp,” Low said.

“The team worked well, players were training really well. But the two friendly matches, against Austria and Saudi Arabia, were not good.

“Maybe we thought at the push of a button we could shift gears, but we lost against Mexico.

Several top stars hugely underperformed, including the likes of Jerome Boateng, Thomas Muller and Mesut Ozil.

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