According to metro.co.uk, the Germans are known for the efficiency, of course, and roles were reversed as the players, including new Arsenal signing Mesut Ozil, reacted quickly to the emergency.
The physio, Klaus Eder said that the way the players had reacted was very comforting and that Philipp Lahm brought him the ice pack, while Ozil and Miroslav Klose held him and led him off the field.
The 60-year-old added that now he had to put into practice what he always told his patients, by being patient and not expecting a lot of progress too soon.
The caring hosts won the game 3-0 thanks to goals from Miroslav Klose, Toni Kroos and Thomas Muller to send Joachim Low''s men five points clear of nearest rivals Sweden at the top of Group C, the report said.
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