The World Cup in Australia and New Zealand is also an opportunity for German striker Laura Freigang to follow in her mother’s footsteps. There are two sights she wants to see in Sydney.
National soccer player Laura Freikong is also looking forward to tourism experiences in Australia ahead of the World Cup. He is very happy and very excited about the country, said the 25-year-old striker from Eintracht Frankfurt in an interview with “Sport1”. “On the one hand, of course, we always talk about Australia, on the other hand, my mother often told me about her experiences because she had already made a long trip through Australia,” said the international.
German women’s national coach Martina Voss-Decklenburg has been in Australia since Thursday and is preparing for the opening game against Morocco on July 24 (10.30am CEST / ZDF) at a training camp in Wyong, 100 kilometers north of Sydney. Melbourne. Other opponents in Group H are Colombia in Sydney on July 30 and South Korea in Brisbane on August 3.
Freekong said he would like to see kangaroos and koalas. “I hope we’ll have time to see Sydney. For example, I only know the Opera House and the Sydney Harbor Bridge from pictures,” the Keele native explained. The 20-time international could envision a longer stay in Australia after the World Cup. “Hopefully after the World Cup I can relax somewhere on the beach. But I’m not planning anything yet. That will distract me. Now the focus is on the World Cup and everything else after that.” She clarified.
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