Rüdiger: “What Kroos and I can take away from Real Madrid is the ‘killer’ instinct”


The center back of Real Madrid and the German national team Antonio Rüdiger revealed that what the Madridistas will contribute to the German team is “the ‘killer’ instinct”, in reference to the winning mentality of the white team, after lifting the fifteenth European Cup this year. Saturday.

“What we can take from Real Madrid is the killer instinct,” Rüdiger, winner of the Champions League in this Saturday’s final against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley, said in a press conference, where he faced other compatriots such as Nico Schlotterbeck and Niclas Füllkrug, who are already in the concentration.

Rüdiger will have a “leading” role in the German team, according to what Nagelsmann himself told the defender. Germany plays one last preparation match before the European Championship on Friday against Greece. The German team will open the Eurocup on June 14 against Scotland, and Hungary and Switzerland will be the other rivals in the group stage.

This Wednesday, the German team received a visit from the coach of the German basketball team, Gordon Herbert, who shared with the players his knowledge about how to win big events, a year after Germany won its first basketball World Cup title. “The basketball guys have had great success. And of course we can learn a couple of things from them,” Rüdiger said.