Watching the match from the top tier and looking directly down at the technical areas, Jogi appeared a lot calmer than he did last time at Wembley as Germany and England battle out a draw.
Mats Hummels, Leroy Sané and debutant Marcel Halstenberg come in for particular praise from their coach.
"There was nothing wrong with the performance tonight even though it wasn't easy after just two short training sessions and playing in front of 90,000 people at Wembley. Ilkay Gundogan did his job very well, you could see what he brings but he needs more game time to get into a rhythm. Sané was a threat going forward and so was Timo Werner. Mats Hummels was sensational at the back." - from dfb.de
"Both teams were disciplined at the back and didn't give a lot of space away. We were good for long periods of the first half, got forward quickly and our attacks had purpose. We had three good opportunites, and that was missing in the second half."
If I'm looking at areas to improve I'm talking about that second half. Thinking about next year we will have to remember to get forward quicker after winning the ball. We are a possession team, which has not yet come into its own. We lost the ball too many times tonight, and you cannot be doing that against quality teams."
Asked of his impressions of the game, Jogi repiled "Both teams placed great importance on organisation, on not allowing too many counterattacks. You could see that for the whole game. In the first half we had three or four really good chances, that was good. Our defence stood very strong as well, we were well organised." but added that the second half was a little sloppy "We need to be turning defence into attack much quicker when we win the ball back; we need to attack more dynamically. We wasted these opportunities. We should have played a lot better going forward and it's important we improve on that as the World Cup approaches. All that said, this was a quality friendly at a high level. That's the most important thing."
On debutant Marcel Halstenberg: "I thought he did well, absolutely. He did his job. This was a big stage here at Wembley, but he dealt with the occasion calmly, showing no nervousness. I am completely satisfied, that was a very pleasing debut."
"Mats did a very good job of organising the defence," Löw said of his irreplaceable No.5. "We had a few teething problems, but he was a pillar of stability. He's fantastic."On England: "England have improved, especially with so many young players. They have changed their style and they play with more care."
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Marc-André ter Stegen, Matthias Ginter, Mats Hummels, Antonio R&uudiger, Joshua Kimmich, Ilkay Gundogan (Sebastian Rudy), Mesut Özil, Marcel Halstenberg, Julian Draxler (Emre Can), Timo Werner (Sandro Wagner), Leroy Sané (Julian Brandt)
Mats Hummels started with the captain's armband for the first time for Germany. Marcel Halstenberg made his debut.
Articles in the British press on the morning of the game:
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Reise nach London - the team bus is seen making its way through to London to their hotel on the Strand! - 9 November 2017
In a departure from their normal routine, the DFB held their final press conference in Berlin and did not depart for London until later that afternoon.
"We want to play well and a result is an important issue," Low told reporters on Thursday."But I want to experiment a bit. We still have a few games to prepare until the World Cup.""It is a bit of a test phase still this year. With the tournament in mind I want to see not only those players who play regularly."Germany head coach Joachim Löw can 'sense the anticipation' ahead of England friendly
"You can sense the anticipation among the players. Wembley Stadium has a special feel to it and England are on a level playing field with us," said Löw."England have a very young team with quick players. They're one of the best sides at transitional play around at the moment.""We're delighted to play in front of such a crowd." Jogi said "We are coming up against a top-class opponent, a team that has developed greatly in the past two or three years. They can attack with a high tempo. England have quick players; the team is very well organised and attacks early. They are one of the best teams around right now when it comes to transitioning. We need to adapt to that. We can't allow England to dominate possession. We need to be well organised and react quickly when possession changes hands."
"We want to play a good match; the result is always an important component. But I know that there are some things that I want to try out and experiment with. Now we have a certain period for testing out things. I don't want to play with the same players that always play, but instead prepare others for games like this."
"England have many young players," he said. "They have won all there is to win at youth level this year. They are well organised and one of the best sides switching from defence to attack.Top Premier League managers have created best England side for years, claims Germany boss Joachim Löw
Löw said: "My opinion is the (England) team hasn't been this strong in years.
On personnel matters:
Midfielder Toni Kroos, who missed training with a stomach virus on Wednesday, only took part in the team warm-up on Thursday and his participation is still in doubt.
Joachim Löw revealed he was not unduly concerned about Manuel Neuer's long-term injury "I haven't been in contact with him during the last two weeks and haven't heard anything new. But I'm not losing any sleep from what I know from the doctors. I know that Manuel is recovering according to schedule and will be back in training next year. I know from our doctors that he should be back for the World Cup, so I am relaxed."
On the World Cup plans: "International matches obviously play a big role, but on the other hand we have just two matches in the new year before it's time to nominate players. A large portion of our observations will be done on a club level. Next year we will be looking very closely at who is doing what for their clubs. At home I have player profiles detailing each player's strengths, weaknesses and how we want to play. With some players it's a given. For example, we don't need to talk about the likes of Mats Hummels, Toni Kroos or others, leaders that belong to our core group. It's important that each position is covered by two players. Our aim is to have like-for-like replacements for everyone. There will definitely be some tricky decisions, for sure. In some positions we simply have too much depth."
Summary of the press conference on dfb.de
Training, Berlin, 9 November 2017
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Training, Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark, Berlin, 8 November 2017
Vormittagstraining im Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark
World Champion Jérôme Boateng will miss Germany's friendly match against England on Friday night. The FC Bayern München defender is currently suffering from muscle problems, and after talks with head coach Joachim Löw, he will be rested for the trip to Wembley as a precaution.
Joachim Low believes everyone will want to beat Germany at the World Cup as reigning champions prepare for England and France tests - with quotes from Jogi's appearance on das aktuelle Sportstudio last month.
"I think everyone is looking forward to [the match with England]. There are three, four stadiums [I admire] around the world, Wembley is surely one of them and we've got to play there a couple of times lately," added Löw.Löw spricht sich für Videobeweis aus
Jogi pledged his support to VAR, adding that the system was still in its trial phase and "sometimes it takes too long to intervene, sometimes it intervenes unnecessarily".
VAR will be tested for the first time in an official UK match on Friday night.
The German squad met up in Berlin on Tuesday, 7 November 2017, with the day set aside for the presentation of the new World Cup jersey. Jogi was spotted watching as the players took to the stage in a 1990's 'retro' design.
Footage of the Trikot presentation from Sky Sports Deutschland - with a Q&A session with Jogi at the end.
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"My opinion is the (England) team hasn't been this strong in years," Löw told German daily Die Welt on Sunday."They rely far less on long balls."The only uncapped player in Joachim Löw's final squad of 2017 in RB Leipzig's Marcel Halstenberg. There are, however, some notable returnees. - 3 Novembe 2017
On newly promoted Marcel Halstenberg Löw added: "Marcel Halstenberg has put in consistently good performances for RB Leipzig and has also shown in the Champions League that he is able to hold his own at the international level. We're excited by his potential and we now have the opportunity to test him against some very strong opponents."
"Mario G&oouml;tze and Ilkay Gündogan have reached a good level following their forced breaks," Germany head coach Joachim Löw said in a statement on the official DFB website.Mesut Özil also returns after having been rested for the October international break. Thomas Müller, Leon Goretzka and Jonas Hector are all missing through injury, as well as long-term absentee Manuel Neuer.
On his upcoming opponents, England, Jogi said "These two teams are of a very high standard. They'll be two great tests that will give us a good view of where we are at ahead of next year's tournament. This is the strongest England team in years, and they have a wealth of young talent. English football has developed hugely in recent years, which is shown not least by their youth teams winning two major tournaments." from dfb.de
The full squad is as follows:
Last updated 13 November 2017.