The World Cup from the German national team despite the 4-2 win against Costa Rica on Thursday evening caused mostly disappointed reactions from numerous celebrities on social media. "It's a shame after the game against Spain!" Commented ex-"Bachelor" Andrej Mangold (35) on the latest Instagram post from the German Football Association (DFB).
"Unfortunately, it's just not enough if you make so many slight mistakes at the back and are unfortunately so inefficient in front of goal," continued the former Rosenkavalier. Mangold is now hoping for quick analyzes and, above all, that football star Thomas Müller (33) will not resign from the national team. The 2014 World Champion indicated this in a TV interview after the World Cup: "If that was my last game: I did it with love."
Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier (66) commented somewhat more optimistically on the same contribution. "Dear team, it wasn't an easy World Cup for us. Of course we would have loved to have cheered you on. Now it's time to take a deep breath, regroup and start the next tournament with fresh courage."
For Cathy Hummels (34) it was "a shame that we're out," she said in an Instagram story, but also criticized: "But with this World Cup and the circumstances under which it takes place, I can't and couldn't get along with it befriend her." The controversial competition in Qatar "is under a bad star". She wonders if you "really want to win" such a tournament as an athlete.
Oliver Pocher (44) was not surprised at Germany's early World Cup exit, but still described it as a "small disaster". In the past you were "shocked and ready to go", meanwhile according to Pocher it is "already part of the good tradition". Spain and Japan rightly progressed and made it into the round of 16, the comedian summed up on Instagram.