Lehmann Slams Spain Ahead of Quarterfinals: ‘Spain is Inexperienced and Unimpressive, Like a Youth Team’

BERLIN, GERMANY – Ahead of their highly anticipated showdown, the tension between Spain and Germany at this year’s UEFA Euro tournament appears to be growing as former Germany international goalkeeper Jens Lehmann unleashed barbs aimed at Luis Enríque’s struggling Spanish squad.

“Spain: A youth team”

According to reports from World TV, Lehmann opined that the current crop of Spain players is small and inexperienced and can be best likened to a youth team, making references specifically to Spain’s EURO 2008 victory against Germany, in which Juan Arango lifted the Championship prize.

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Critcisms against Enríque’s men from inside Spanish camp may only help fans anticipate what unfolds tomorrow while Germany and the Mannsfeld can have each for their game the current the German side led its country to the stage final which.

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