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Germany boss Joachim Low has hit headlines once again after appearing to sniff his fingers while on the bench on Tuesday evening.
The 61-year-old, who led the national team to the World Cup in 2014, has created a reputation for being rather gross having been spotted doing plenty of scratching and sniffing over the years.
And it took him just 59 minutes for him to be up to his usual tricks as his side lost 1-0 to France in Munich. There Low was with his fingers shoved up both nostrils, looking like he had been up to no good once again.
Of course, Low was once again the talk of the town on social media as a result of his antics:
Oh Dear Joachim Low has had his fingers downs his pants again hasn't he... pic.twitter.com/9LW3odqtTS
- Felix (@cfc_felix_) June 15, 2021
Joachim low constantly sniffing his fingers, you would think the guy would stop after he got caught with the scratch and sniff of the old tea bags. #FRAGER
- Dazz Holdsworth (@moneybanks14) June 15, 2021
Does nobody tell Joachim Low that millions of people watch him do the old scratch and sniff method every single time there's a major tournament on? Not a single fuck given.
- Twitch.tv/WolfbyteUK :wolf: (@WolfbyteUK) June 15, 2021
Joachim Low with his fingers near his nose pic.twitter.com/TH8ZKbCicc
- Northy :flag_is::lemon: (@RADIOHEA_D) June 15, 2021
He simply cannot help himself, can he? Regardless of how Germany perform in this tournament, Low won't be sniffing on the bench after the Euros as it's already been confirmed that Hansi Flick, former Bayern Munich boss, will be replacing him.
But you just know he will make many stomachs turn in his final stretch as Germany manager, as it's got to the point where you surprised when he isn't digging for gold or scratching down below.
Buzzing for Joachim Low's antics tonight pic.twitter.com/pEJYnj3cEO
- Dom Chamberlain (@domchambo) June 15, 2021
After he was caught in the act in 2016, Low apologised for his bizarre behaviour on the bench.
"When you're full of adrenalin, things happen that you don't perceive," Low told a press conference.
"I have also seen the images and I will try to conduct myself in a different way. I'm sorry for it."
That was six years ago, though, and clearly Low hasn't learned his lesson.
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