On Monday we had another great game, this time between Germany and Portugal. Obviously we expected our new hero would show up in this game. On one side we had a team with basically Ronaldo & everybody else, while the other side was a strong team-team, with no particular individual standing out.
After only 20 minutes however one guy started to pull its weight, Thomas Müller. In the end Müller scored three of four the goals and helping one Portuguese player get a red card as well.
Thomas Müller is a Yang Fire Person, the second Yang Fire we cover during this tournament. A few days ago it was Robin van Persie. Here is Müller’s chart: http://www.turtleluck.com/life-analysis/?c=f84c98aae9e1f10c32d6aa7a9930b5176c20af73
Thomas Müller has a very strong Metal and Water structure, which mainly affects his authority. He is a person with strong leadership qualities and is able to gain control over matters and people. This can very distinctly be seen on the field, where he attacks with great confidence and authority.
His creativity is also strong, but not as a strong as in the players we checked a few days ago. It seems that his main qualities of attack are due to him being a Snake person. Snakes usually look like they don’t actually do much, but when the key moment arrives, one realises they are very well prepared indeed, for a snake bite.
Same with Thomas Müller, he is just hanging around the 16 meters, rarely doing much, but when the balls comes to his area, he is the first to react fast and efficiently, often collecting those weirdly bounced balls and successfully putting them behind the line. That is typical Snake behaviour, invisible but highly effective.
We already mentioned before that Yang Fire people can be rather persuasive in achieving their goals, literally in this case. They also enjoy all the attention which comes with it. It’s hard to imagine a Yang Fire person working quietly as a defender, out of the limelight, unless they are in the leadership role, then it might work quite well.
Yang Fire is like the sun. They want to be big and bright, want people to see them, so what can be better then to score a goal within the toughest football competition, and then doing it three times!
If Germany manages to go far in this tournament, Thomas Müller is one of the most likely candidates for best player of the tournament.