World Cup 2010: Germany Coach Joachim Loew Happy With Display Against Bosnia & Herzegovina

Impressive win in final friendly before travelling to South Africa...
Germany coach Joachim Loew was pleased with the performance of his side after they bounced back from a goal down to secure a comprehensive win over Bosnia & Herzogovina in their final World Cup warm-up game.

Edin Dzeko had fired the visitors into an early lead but Philipp Lahm equalised soon after the break before two Bastian Schweinsteiger spot kicks sealed the victory.

"In the second half we increased the tempo again and that was good to see after three weeks of preparation," Loew said to the assembled media after the match before noting that they now travel to the finals in South Africa in good spirits.

"The potential is there. Everyone has worked hard and I think we have a good team, the mood is good in the team and we can have a good tournament."

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