The Germany coach understands the uproar after last Tuesday's 4-4 draw with Sweden and stressed his side must learn from the mistakes made that night.
The result has been the subject of much debate in Low's homeland, and even though he understands why there has been such a demand for answers, he believes there are clear reasons why his side failed to see the game out.
"Of course I can understand these debates," Low told dpa. "This unbelievably offensive game leads into weaknesses [in defending].
Die Mannschaft remains atop Group D, three points ahead of Sweden, but the 52-year-old coach is aware that tactical tweaks must be made.
"We have to work on certain tactical things," Low said. "If the game threatens to turn, we have to enforce key elements - behind the ball, maintaining positions, individual actions and winning one-on-ones again. We have to learn that.
"I don't agree with people saying that I am immune to advice or cannot admit when I make a mistake. Those who know me are aware that I stand by my mistakes or non-working strategies."