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Joachim Low: "We've not reached our limit"

Head coach Joachim Low of Germany celebrates his team's second goal during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Group G match between Germany and Ghana at Castelao on June 21, 2014
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Germany boss Joachim Low is adamant that his side can improve their level of performance to peak at the right time at the World Cup.

Germany boss Joachim Low has insisted that his side can improve the level of their performance at the World Cup.

Die Mannschaft qualified for the second round of the tournament as they took seven points from their three games, which included wins over Portugal and the USA.

Low has admitted that his team need to be better as the competition reaches its critical stage.

"There's been lots of light, but also plenty of shadows, some good things, but also things which didn't work," Low told reporters.

"We won our group, which was our primary objective, so we are happy, but we are also self-critical and we know that we can play better.

"We've not reached our limit yet, and now the knockout phase begins, the decisive games are here."

Germany face Algeria in their last-16 clash on Monday.

Germany's forward Lukas Podolski and Germany's defender Benedikt Howedes vie for the ball with US defender Fabian Johnson during a Group G football match between US and Germany at the Pernambuco Arena in Recife during the 2014 FIFA World Cup on June 26, 2
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