Hague: German coach Joachim Loew feels that his team is not favoured to lift the European 2012 football championships and said defending Euro and World champions Spain would be the team to beat.
"I don't see us as clear favourites," he said on the UEFA website Friday. "Spain have been the most consistent team over the last few years. There are also quite a few other teams capable of winning the competition. European Championship is always a devilishly hard tournament to win."
After the 2006 World Cup in Germany, assistant Loew was promoted to head coach of the German national football team. He continued the policy of his predecessor Jurgen Klinsmann by rejuvenating and developing a new and attractive playing Germany, reported Xinhua.