Mesut Ozil and many pay per head sportsbooks believe that Germany can make history by turning into the first European team to win the FIFA World Cup in South America.
Joachim Low’s side impressed fans and price per head services during the group stages, with forward Thomas Muller scoring four goals for the Germans as they finished on top with seven points.
The 25-year-old – famous with pay per head sportsbooks all over the world for his talent on the pitch – played in all three matches so far, and the player is confident that the history books can be rewritten by the three-time world champions.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that previously, Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay (twice) have won the World Cup when the competition took place in South America, but Ozil believes that Germany is able to change that record.
“We can beat any team if we give our best,” he is quoted as saying in Bild, and after seeing how his team performed so far, pay per head sportsbooks believe that he might the right.
“We can become legends by winning the first European team in South America a world title.
“I will not fail (at a finals) again and have to wait four years to the next opportunity.”
So far, pay per head sportsbooks saw that Low used the Arsenal midfielder in wider positions, and in the knockout stages the player hopes to get a chance to have a more central role.
“It is not easy (playing wide),” he added.
“Everyone knows that my favourite position is in the middle.
“From there I can do anything: to the right play, play to the left, directly forward play.
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“Now I have to play differently.”
Pay per head sportsbooks are very well aware of how dangerous the Germans are on the pitch – especially due to their speed and organization – and are very eager to see how they continue to perform in Brazil.