Spain humiliated Germany on Tuesday night in a League of Nations match with goals 6-0.
The loss was Die Mannschaft 's ugliest since 1931.
After a sad defeat, the German magazines were filled with harsh criticism from the national team and Joachim Löw, who piloted it as head coach for 14 years.
- Löw's team not only lost, it was destroyed, headed Die Welt.
With the victory, Spain rose past Germany to a group victory in Division A of the League of Nations.
For Germany, a draw would have been enough for the group win, but Spain sank the four-time world champion by hitting three goals in each half.
- Spain humiliated Germany on an evening that goes down in history, torn by the Spanish newspaper El Mundo.
In another article, Die Welt wrote that with similar readings, only football dwarf countries like San Marino or Liechtenstein would normally suffer losses.
According to the German newspaper, what mattered was not so much the loss of the group win in the League of Nations, but how catastrophic it was to play Germany half a year before the European Championships.
- Endless defense, unimaginative attack, and the team never reached the level of an opponent, Die Welt reporter Sven Flohr uploaded.
German captain and star goalkeeper Manuel Neuer (left) has once again had to surrender.
Defender Philipp Max (right) is also from below.
Spain's Mikel Oyarzabal and Jose Gaya rejoice.Photo: Joaquin Corchero / AFP7 / Zuma / MVphotos
Löwin, 60, who has been piloting Germany since 2006, was last questioned so drastically after the summer 2018 World Cup.
Germany, the 2014 world champion, was in the first block of the World Championships in Russia.
However, after the World Cup disappointment, Löw was allowed to continue.
In the 2019 European Championship qualifiers, Germany won seven of the eight matches.
- You have to ask others if I have to worry about my job.
I can’t answer that now, Löw had responded to reporters after the humiliation in Spain, according to Sky Sports.
Brittimedia Sky Sports also gathered reactions from German newspapers after yesterday’s defeat.
- Not only was the defense hopeless.
In midfield, Toni Kroos and Leon Goretzka got the game under control at no point.
In the attack, Serge Gnabry, Timo Werner and Leroy Sane were completely discouraged, Bild had blunted the national team, according to Sky Sports.
- First the World Cup, now a historic defeat, but the German federation is clearly stuck in Löw.
Most fans would like a new start, wrote Die Zeit.
Lothar Matthäus, 59, who played the most matches in the history of the German national team, commented even before the Spanish match that the only alternative to Löw would be Liverpool's current pilot Jürgen Klopp.
- When it comes to potential candidates, there is only one person everyone wants, and that is Klopp.
He is successful, personal and equally popular with both fans and the media, Matthäus told Sky Sports Germany.
German legend Lothar Matthäus sees that Jürgen Klopp (pictured) is the only option for the head coach of the German national team when the era of Joachim Löw is over. Photo: Darren Staples / CSM / Zuma / MVphotos
Klopp, 53, coached Liverpool for the much-needed Premier League championship last season.
In his home country, Klopp coached Borussia Dortmund to become German champion in the seasons 2010–2011 and 2011–2012.
However, according to German newspapers, it is likely that despite the humiliation of Spain, Löw will be allowed to continue in office at least until next summer’s European Championships.