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Fresh details and reaction to Germanys humiliating World Cup exit at the hands of Japan have emerged - a result that has left some stars mulling over their international futures

Germanystars were left in a s*** mood as they reunited with their partners in the wake of their chasteningWorld Cupexit on Thursday night.

Hansi Flicks side headed into Qatar a fortnight ago as one of the pre-tournament favourites, eager to make amends for their early exit at the hands ofEnglandin last summers delayed European Championships.

But the Germans were left reeling after starting their campaign with a shock 2-1 defeat against Japan. And it was the Japanese whocondemned Flicks men to yet more disappointment, with their win over Spain ensuring the Germans would exit a third consecutive major tournament early.

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Unsurprisingly, Germany have come in for some heavy criticism after the matching; including from the German media. And now, the dressing room reaction to Thursday nights humiliating defeat has emerged.

German publicationBILDhas outlined how the national team sat in silence after spending 10 minutes acknowledging fans inside the the Al Bayt Stadium.

Serge Gnabrylater admitted that the dressing room was, understandably, deflated. He told media bluntly: The mood in the cabin was s***, you can imagine that. A lot of silence and a lot of disappointment, a lot of anger. Its more anger at ourselves, we came here with a purpose and its our own fault if we dont win the games.

Bayern Munichmidfielder Joshua Kimmich admitted that the defeat was the worst day of his career.

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Other crestfallen players pondered their international future; Thomas Muller and Ilkay Gundogan hinted that they had decisions to make while Niklas Sule dodged questions by eating an apple.

The mood was equally somber back at the luxury Zulal Resort, where players were reunited with their partners - who were left hanging around for a few hours - at around 2:45am. The team and staff held a late-night meal, but, one source described the atmosphere as like at a funeral.

BILDdelivered a scathing assessmentof the teams performance at the tournament, labelling it a disgrace. The publication wrote: For the second time in a row, Germany missed the knockout round of a World Cup. The bitter record: an embarrassing defeat against Japan, a strong draw against Spain and a resounding victory against Costa Rica. It is a disgrace!

Former Bayern Munich boss Hansi Flick refused to make excuses after the match but admitted he was angry and disappointed with the team. Already, pressure is mounting on Flick, who only replaced Joachim Low after Euro 2020 last summer.

ButReal MadriddefenderAntonio Rudigerdefended his head coach after the match. When he was asked about the pressure Flick is under, the formerChelseaace retorted: I hope that he stays.

But formerLiverpooland Germany midfielder Dietmar Hamann insisted that Flicks position is already untenable. He told Sky Germany: I think its impossible that we can continue with the coach. After this debacle we only have 18 months until the Euros at home, that was pathetic.

When I hear some comments from the people in charge, I have to say that has nothing to do with assuming responsibility. Excuses, excuses, excuses. Its time for a cut.

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