London, June 21 : Denmark captain Daniel Agger has said that England doesn't need to fear Germany, if they face them in the Euro semi-finals.
The Liverpool defender, who was in the Denmark side that lost 2-1 to the Germans in the Group of Death last Sunday, believes that Joachim Low's team are not unbeatable, despite going for a 14th straight competitive win against Greece in tomorrow's quarter-final.
"Germany were the best team in our group when they had the ball, but we felt we had a chance against their defence. Their front three don't stay in one position. They're constantly changing sides and running into new positions," The Sun quoted the 27-yr-old, as saying.
"But I play against strikers of that quality every week in the Premier League and so do the England players," Agger added. (ANI)
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