Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger has been disappointing about the outcome result at Wembley stadium, that saw his side’s dump out of Euro 2020 after suffered 2-0 defeat to England on Tuesday evening.
Rudiger, who produced excellent performances in Germany’s group stage matches, start alongside Hummels and Ginter at the hearts of Joachim Low’s back-line.
With the both parties eager to opening account at Wembley Stadium, it’s was Germany, who had best opportunity to broken the deadlock but they failed to converted it.
Kai Havertz delivered excellent pass to Timo Werner, but the Blues star’s effort save by England shot-stopper Jordan Pickford.
Sterling, meanwhile, put the Three Lions ahead after brilliant cross from Luke Shaw.
Havertz, was once again delivered excellent pass to Thomas Muller but the Bayern Munich forward missed the opportunities to rescue his side before Harry Kane doubled England lead through header.
After the match, Rudiger has been disappointing about the result as he took his official social media account to react to his side’s dump out of Euro 2020.
The 28-year-old centre-back wrote: “Frustrating. Annoying. Angry. Sad. There are many words that describe my feelings after yesterday I hate it going with such a negative experience into the holidays after a very long season. In the end this was simply not good enough from all of us to reach the next round. Nevertheless thanks a lot to our coach Joachim Löw for all the trust and support he has given me from day 1. Alles Gute, Jogi! @euro2020 @dfb_team“.