Hansi Flick about... ... Opponents Costa Rica: Looking at the table, Costa Rica also has a chance of reaching the round of 16. A draw could be enough for them if Spain beat Japan. That's why I'm assuming a defensive team, as was the case against Japan. It is important for us that we have a good solution. ... the attitude of his team: We want to get the game ready as quickly as possible in order to put pressure on the other place (the parallel game between Spain and Japan; editor's note). But we know that it will be difficult against a team that is probably very defensive. I'd like to see the attitude we brought against Spain back on the pitch. ... Thinking about an 8-0 that guarantees a place in the round of 16: I think it would be presumptuous and disrespectful to our opponents if we assumed we would score eight goals. We're happy when we win the game. That's our goal. When you put in a defensive performance against Japan like Costa Rica did after a 7-0 loss to Spain, you have to give a lot of respect. We have to see what awaits us and then make sure we have a good solution ready. ... the pressure of having to win: We no longer have progress in our own hands because we didn't play the first game the way we wanted to. Of course we have the right to qualify for the round of 16. We're taking the game seriously and we'll see what happens next. I don't feel any pressure at all. I am convinced that we are on the right track. I have the feeling that it gets better from training to training with the teamwork. ... personal question marks: Everyone was fit when I left the camp. Everyone can train today. Leroy Sané would have been ready to play against Spain from the start. He's no longer struggling and, like so many others, is a good option for the game. ... the three-man midfield with Kimmich, Goretzka and Gündogan: It worked well. Ilkay did well in the 10's position, even if he doesn't otherwise play the position. I think this formation would be doable again. ... Jamal Musiala: Jamal has something special and does our game very well to create dangerous situations. He's had a bit of bad luck so far. We hope that the degree will soon end up where it is supposed to be. But we're happy to have him on the team. He is an absolute asset to us. ... Joshua Kimmich's leadership qualities: I really appreciate Joshua because of his qualities. He can make games fast and calm. He leads the way in training and in games and is always highly motivated. I definitely see him as one of our leaders. It is extremely important for us that we spread the leadership role across several shoulders. But he is definitely one of our most important players.