Who said the opening war was dull? Klinsmann didn't believe it. In the first World Cup in 2006, his German team played Costa Rica 4-2. Six goals and two world waves are the craziest and most passionate opening match of the world cup.
Before the game, the media bus driver could not find the gate of the Allianz stadium, but Klinsmann's team would never find the gate of the opponent. The opening match of the world cup is less than 20 minutes, the score has become 2-1, you come and I go, make the best. It's amazing that Germany shot 25 times. The fans who came to Allianz were really cool and crooked. From the 6th minute when ram took the lead in scoring, there was a huge crowd, "Ole, Ole" and "Deutschland (Germany)" cheered incessantly. Because the crowd will stop when they arrive at the press box, German fans hiss at the press box one after another, and many over enthusiastic fans even point to reporters. Seeing that the crowd was not successful, the German fans in the north stand took the lead in stamping their feet, and suddenly the sound of the thumping was heard throughout the stadium. In the TV broadcasting room behind the reporter's stand, the super long sound of "Goooooooooal" also came from time to time, and nearly one billion TV viewers around the world must share the passion of the opening battle. German model Claudia showed up in the media stand in the second half and robbed some film. But Klinsmann's football is sexier than beauty. Many old records turned their eyes to the stadium in a few seconds.
It's a sexy unveiling battle to set a record. Because of the huge pressure of the opening game, the strong teams often dare not let go. In the past few world cups, small scores are everywhere, and there are many neglected. Cameroon beat Argentina 1-0 in 1990, Germany beat Bolivia 1-0 in 1994, and even Brazil, the most gorgeous team in recent years, won only 2-1 against Scotland in 1998. France lost 1-0 to Senegal in the last World Cup. Turning over the history of the world cup, the previous opening match with the most goals was only five (France 4-1 Mexico in the first World Cup in 1930).
But this time Germany is different. 4-2 is extremely amazing. In fact, it is normal in German eyes. With Klinsmann, there are goals. In the era of players, it hasn't changed since being the manager. Perhaps influenced by living in the United States for a long time, Klinsmann thinks that competition is a game and passion is needed. Since Klinsmann took office, Germany has changed its dull and old image and played the football of youth and passion. Last year's 4-3 win over Australia in the Confederations Cup was a classic Klinsmann style. Before the world cup, Germany drew 2-2 with Japan and beat Luxembourg 7-0, all of which were not short of goals.
The first battle was won beautifully, entertaining the whole team and the fans. Only in the eyes of the German media, Klinsmann's over passionate and over arrogant football is still worrying. No matter how many fans there are, goals are great. After the unveiling, from the Allianz stadium to the subway station to the central railway station, "klinsi, klinsi (Klinsmann nickname)" cheered incessantly. It can be seen that Klinsmann's passion style is very useful to the fans. Would you like to sign this agreement if you play 4-2 in every game before the final? Heart patients don't dare, but fans do, and Klinsmann prefers.