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Germany were knocked out of Euro 2020 after a 2-0 defeat to England at the Wembley Stadium on Tuesday evening.
It was a hard fought encounter between two international rivals, but it was the Three Lions who laughed the hardest after this fixture.
Germany have been sent packing with their Chelsea stars Kai Havertz, Timo Werner and Antonio Rudiger.
For German boss Joachim Low, this is his final competition with the Germans, as his 15-year reign has now come to an end.
Chelsea star Kai Havertz has now sent a farewell message to Low and insists that the departing head coach will be missed.
On the 61-year-old’s impending departure, Havertz said after the game: “It is very hard for us he is for Germany the biggest manager of all-time. The whole country is proud of him, the players are proud of him.
“The career he’s had is unbelievable and we are disappointed not to give him the best end. Of course he is a great manager and a great person for all of us.”