Fans can watch Germany vs. Armenia live online in a World Cup friendly that will serve as preparation for the international tournament set to start in Brazil on June 12.
We are down to less than two weeks until the much anticipated World Cup 2014 kicks-off for Germany — always dangerous and a favorite to take the trophy home — as they try to put fans’ minds at easy, after not-so-convincing results in the last few matches.
Germany faced Poland and Cameroon recently and walked away with surprising draws, 0-0 and 2-2 respectively, and more importantly people are not too impressed with their showing.
If anything those who watch Germany vs. Armenia live online will be able to get a preview of one of the top contenders in the World Cup 2014 and favorite to lead the so-called “Group of Death” — Group G — which also includes Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal, the USA, and Ghana.
For Joachim Low this will be a chance to shine as not many expect Armenia to be a strong rival, however, nobody should discount the small European country especially in light of less-than stellar matches from Germany.
The Germany vs. Armenia match is the last for the whites before they head out to Brazil ahead of their World Cup opener against the very dangerous Portugal on June 16.
Fortunately for Low, Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo seems to be having some injury problems, which is putting in doubt whether he will be fit to face Germany on June 16, but in any case, the German coach says they are ready.
“Portugal are a great team and Cristiano’s a fantastic player, but we’ve got the players and methods to stop him,” the 54-year-old told reporters at a press confernce.
Low also explained Germany’s choice to play Armenia in their last friendly match before their World Cup debut saying:
“We deliberately chose to play Armenia as they play a similar counter-attacking style to Portugal.”
It will be interesting to watch Germany vs. Armenia live online, since Low blamed a lack of “freshness” among his players in the match against Cameroon. It remains to be seen whether the couple of week’s rest has been beneficial for the Germans, who opted for remaining at home an will head to Brazil next week.
Joachim Low is confident his players will have enough time to get used to the heat and he will simulate game conditions during practices.
You can watch Germany vs. Armenia live online in a World Cup friendly on Friday, June 6 here. Kick-off is at 1:45 ET.