World Cup 2018: 5 players who should be dropped by Germany
#2 Julian Draxler
Julian Draxler was one of the biggest disappointments for Germany in the 2018 World Cup. Draxler started the first two games but was ineffective for the most part.
Deployed on the left flank by Joachim Low, the Paris Saint-Germain winger was poor against Mexico. Though he played the full 90 minutes, he pretty much did nothing to have any sort of influence on the game. His crosses and finishing were really wayward throughout the game and he failed to create any sort of goal scoring opportunities.
Despite his poor performance against Mexico, Low started him in an all-important game Sweden. Though he was not really bad, the 24-year-old did not produce anything substantial in the game and was replaced at the halftime.
After a couple of bad games, Draxler was dropped for their final group game against South Korea on Wednesday.