Managers at this summer's European Championship will be reluctant to shake Jurgen Low's after seeing the Germany manager touch his private parts during his side's win against Ukraine.
Low may lose some of his admirers after he was pictured readjusting his trousers during the world champions' 2-0 win in Lille.
The 56-year-old also appeared to touch his derriere before smelling his fingers while he stood on the touchline at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy. He also wore the wrong colour t-shirt as his grey top appeared to be covered in sweat while watching his side score a goal in each half.
Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger celebrated his stoppage-time goal by shaking hands with Low, not knowing what his manager had done during the Euro 2016 clash. Mario Gotze also shook Low's hand after being replaced by Germany captain Schweinsteiger in the 90th minute.
Former Everton defender Shkodran Mustafi opened the scoring for the 2014 World Cup winners before Schweinsteiger doubled his side's lead after an outstanding cross by Mesut Ozil.
Germany face rivals Poland on Thursday before ending their Group C campaign against Northern Ireland next Tuesday. Don't be surprised to see upcoming opposite numbers Adam Nawalka of Poland and Northern Ireland's Michael O'Neill think twice when exchanging pleasantries with the Germany chief.
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