This team will go down in history – Low lauds Germany

Germany coach Joachim Low stated his youthful Confederations Cup squad would go down in history right after their triumph in Russia.
A first-half objective from Lars Stindl saw Low's males to a 1-0 win more than Chile in Sunday's final, giving the proud nation their initial Confederations Cup crown.
Low said the achievement, secured without having quite a few of Germany's first-choice stars, would under no circumstances be forgotten.
"It is worth a good deal, since Germany has never won this trophy in our history," he told a news conference.
"So this group and this victory will go down in history. The group certainly deserved it and that's why we're all super happy.
"It's heavier than the World Cup."
Joshua Kimmich was similarly delighted, saying Germany had proved their doubters incorrect in Russia.
"Myself plus the team are all exceptionally proud with the title. No one really counted on us and we have been in a position to beat fantastic nations," the Bayern Munich midfielder said.
"You could see how much it meant for the Chileans as they have been so sad inside the finish.
"We've had the better ending and it's awesome to acquire the cup with this squad. We'll celebration really hard."