The super strong German team came hard on the spirited Chile that defeated Portugal on Semi Final.
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They thus made it the fourth time the reigning world champions were winning the FIFA Confederations Cup, after Brazil in 1997 and 2005 and France in 2001.
"Bernardo trained today, but I have my doubts about whether he can be an option", Santos said.
"It was a magic match for our young players, they haven't had much experience, but they showed their single-minded determination, which was quite impressive".
Hernandez failed to get on the scoresheet in Sochi. "This tournament has not ended and then later we will speak about that", the Bayer Leverkusen player said.
Both sides were reduced to 10 men in the final stages as Portugal defender Nelson Semedo and Mexico substitute Raul Jimenez were sent off for two bookable offences.
Russia's capabilities as a host for the World Cup next year became far clearer during the two weeks it hosted eight teams in four cities, as the country overcome concerns about fan behavior to provide a welcoming environment.
"They are an outstanding team".
To Chile's credit, they picked up right where they left off before conceding, but there was a greater sense of urgency in the German counter-attack.
The Confederations Cup win probably means more for the individual players than it does the national team itself.
"They were here, they made a very hard group against us, New Zealand and Portugal", Hernandez said. We start from this night and tomorrow try to improve thinking about this tournament.
The teams of Portugal and Mexico met at this tournament on June 18 and played a 2: 2 draw. "They have been pursuing their own style for many years now, a very good and positive development".
The German under-21 side defied the odds to beat their Spanish counterparts in the European Championships last week - a feat made all the more impressive given that a number of their star players did not compete due to representing the senior side in Russian Federation.