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Germany v Scotland: Julian Nagelsmann believes hosts can go all the way at Euro 2024

Germany coach Julian Nagelsmann admits the hosts face a difficult road ahead but insists they are capable of grasping a “unique opportunity” and going all the way at Euro 2024.

The Germans get proceedings under way in Munich on Friday night when they face Scotland in Group A. The match will bring an end to an extended build-up for Nagelsmann's side in which they have been written off before recovering to find some form on the eve of the tournament.

Nagelsmann, 36, was an 18-year-old just starting out on his playing career when Germany last hosted a tournament – the 2006 World Cup – and has spoken of his fond childhood memories of watching them win Euro '96 in England.

It's clear the former RB Leipzig and Bayern Munich coach understands just how special it will be to lead the team in a major tournament on home soil, and he insists they are focused of making it a truly memorable summer for all Germans.

Asked about his team's chances, Nagelsmann said: “The normal ambition: we want to win it. It's the same in all other tournaments.

“It's probably not best for us to make this big claim that we're going to become European champions. I think it's the same for every country that participates, otherwise they wouldn't put in the work to qualify. Every team that gets into the tournament has the idea of winning it.

“And of course, we also have the idea of winning it. If we give it our all, it can happen. Lots of things have to come together, as is the case for all teams. It's not a sure thing for any team. There is already the expectation that we will do better than we have in recent years, and our fans are excited to have the tournament on home soil.

“We will face up to the task. It is a huge task, it will be challenging, and it's