Current and former teammates heaped praise on the German superstar Lukas Podolski, who clinched the winner in his last international game.
Loew is hoping to find someone to provide the same kind of pace to Germany that super stars Ronaldo and Messi give their teams.
Werder Bremen shocked runners-up Leipzig with a 3-0 victory on home soil whereas Cologne eased 4-2 past Hertha Berlin.
Leipzig’s Werner earned his first call-up for Germany, while veteran Lukas Podolski will make his last appearance.
The team to watch in Bundesliga right now is not Bayern Munich or Borussia Dortmund, but rather Borussia Monchengladbach.
Timo Werner was long been called a “wunderkind” of football. The 20-year-old Stuttgart-born striker scores goals almost as if he is in his sleep, and is one of the fastest players in German football.
RB Leipzig closed gap to Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich after the under-dogs beat Borussia Monchengladbach 2-1.
Bayern Munich provided three first-half goals to beat 10-man Leipzig in the top clash, while Hertha Berlin tamed Darmstadt 2-0.
Following into Leicester City’s footsteps – these clubs are revolutionizing how football is played by dominating the traditional powerhouses.
Leipzig extended their eight-game winning streak after edging Schalke 2-1 meanwhile Dortmund came from behind to beat Monchengladbach 4-1.
Leipzig continue their fairy tale run after beating Freiburg 4-1 to reap the seventh straight win.
Joachim Loew is now the new record holder as the 2014 World Cup winner (2006 – 2016) has overtaken the former German head-coach Helmut Schoen.