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Low: Teach me a lesson

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Germany coach Joachim Low is viewing Thursday´s showdown against Croatia as not only an opportunity for his side to book their spot in the quarter-finals of Euro 2008, but also to continue his own footballing education.

Guiding Germany through is obviously Low´s primary objective, but the 48-year-old is also hoping to use the match as an opportunity to learn from Croatia counterpart Slaven Bilic.

Bilic is nine years younger than Low, but they have been in international management for a similar amount of time and Low admits he is keen to learn what he can off all his fellow coaches saying: "I can still learn from a number of people and each and every time I meet with colleagues from other teams I try to take something home with me."

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