12 Oct Low desired to take Gnabry into 2014 World Cup in age 18
Were it not for a horrible knee injury. The recent Bayern celebrity may have gone on to win the World Cup in Brazil five decades ago
Serge Gnabry is seen as an automatic newcomer by Germany trainer Joachim Low and he may have reached that status sooner had a significant knee injury never prevented him from incorporating in the 2014 World Cup.
Gnabry has been believed a prodigious potential at Arsenal later signing by Stuttgart as a child in 2011, breaking in the Gunners’ first-team squad the next year at only 17.
Then he featured 14 times throughout all contests prior to suffering a terrible accident against prospective companies Bayern Munich in the Champions League at March 2014, ruling him from -team activity until the 2015-16 season.
An unsuccessful loan spell at West Brom followed because effort, but Gnabry obtained his career back on trail after moving into Werder Bremen, making a change to Bayern where he’s grown into one of Europe’s most exciting wingers.
Gnabry has started the season well for Bayern, scoring five goals in nine total looks, such as a memorable four-goal campaign against Tottenham at the Champions League.
Gnabry’s path to the top was somewhat more convoluted than most would have anticipated during his first days in Arsenal and, based on Low, his 2014 injury robbed him of a place in Germany’s World Cup-winning squad in Brazil before his 19past birthday.
“In spring 2014, I left a few excursions to London,” Low told reporters before Sunday’s Euro 2020 qualifier with Estonia.
“He performed well in many games and really impressed me. I wished to include Serge from the group to its 2014 World Cup, but he was sadly hurt.
“He’s been really powerful in many games for us lately. I enjoy the way he moves and just how dangerous he’s facing goal.
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“He’s blessed to have the opportunity to play in the highest degree. We will need to promote that and encourage .
“According on his performances over the previous nine weeks, he wants to be on the pitch for us whether he is fit and can play.”
After drawing Argentina 2-2 at a midweek friendly, Germany yield to Euro 2020 eligibility on Sunday sitting on 12 points through five matches, amount on points together with first-place Netherlands.