Dirty habit of Germany coach caught on camera

Low was caught by TV cameras reaching into his trousers to touch his private park before placing his hands to his nose.

Joachim Low

During Germany's first game of the on-going Euro 2016 against Ukraine, Low was caught by TV cameras reaching into his trousers to touch his private park before placing his hands to his nose.

The manager became a trending topic on social media after the game but Low has little to worry about as his team got a nervy 2-0 win over Ukraine.

The world champions eased to a 2-0 victory in Lillethanks to Shkodran Mustafi's first international goal and an injury-time strike from substitute Bastian Schweinsteiger.

Speaking after the game, Low said Germany need to raise their game against Poland if they want to build on their opening Group C win.

"We have both won, so the game is really important for the future of the group," Low said.

"I think we will really have to put in some work.

"Poland are in any case a strong team. We've played them twice and of course we lost once.

"With [Robert] Lewandowski they are strong in attack. Like Ukraine a little, they have dangerous players going forward."

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