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Germany 0-2: The Panthers are here, they have beaten the Tri-Color who have had problems with their performance

Germany 0-2: The Panthers are here, they have beaten the Tri-Color who have had problems with their performance

International football



Germany's Kai Havertz, center, is celebrated by Germany's Antonio Rudiger, left, after scoring the opening goal during an international friendly soccer match between Germany and Turkey in Berlin, Germany, Saturday, November 18, 2023. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)
AP Photo/Markus Schreiber

Germany, with a goal in each half, in the first seven seconds after a cross, beat France 2-0 in a friendly match, drawing jeers and jeers at the end from their own fans.

With a goal 7 seconds into the game and a second early in the second half, Germany beat France 2-0 in a friendly match in Lens. The guests were better than the tricolor, had more stages and showed a better face compared to France who had problems with their performance and were even booed at the end by their fans.

Germany was able to take the lead just 7 seconds after the cross. The Germans made a combination that the ball would come back. Finally, Havertz shot a deep ball, so Wears became the owner of the ball outside the area. He shot a direct ball that found Obamecanos, so it changed its path slightly and went to Saba’s right hand.

The French then took the initiative and tried to threaten, but the shots of Thuram in the 20th minute, Mbappe in the 22nd minute, and Rabiot in the 24th minute went off target. The trio could have made the score 1-1 in the 25th minute when Mbappe received a wonderful vertical pass and tried to pass the ball over Ter Stegen, who easily blocked it.

Ten minutes later, Dembélé found himself in a position to shoot, so he tried to get it away from Ter Stegen easily, while the first half ended with a shot from Kimmich in the 39th minute that went wide of the goal.

The second 45 minutes began with a second goal for the French side. Werz passed a deep ball to Musiala, who passed Saba, but he went far enough and stopped the ball and transferred it to Havertz, who scored a high penalty kick and put the ball into the net, favoring the Germans 2-0.

The next good moment of the match came in the 79th minute when Mittelstad came in from the left, shooting a cross that went just wide. While in the 81st minute, Miller shot the ball while Saba cleared the ball with one hand. In the same minute, Udav tried to score from a distance, but Saba pushed it again for a corner.

  • France: Samba, Kounde (61' Klos), Pavard, Upamecano, L. Hernandez (61' T. Hernandez), Emery (61' Camavinga), Tswamini (74' Fofana), Rabiot, Dembélé (82' Kolo Mwani), Thuram. (61' Giroud), Mbappe.
  • Germany: Ter Stegen, Kimmich, Tash, Riedinger, Mittelstadt, Andrich, Kroos (90' Anton), Musiala (80' Wilkrog), Gundogan (72' Miller), Ferg (72' Virich), Havertz (80' Udav).

Today's friendly match results

  • Argentina – El Salvador 3-0 (16' Romero, 42' Fernandes, 52' Lo Celso)
  • Peru – Nicaragua 2-0 (2' Grimaldo, 13' Lapantola)
  • Zambia – Zimbabwe 2-2 (5' Songo, 24' Chama, 32' Bon, 45+2' Musona)
  • Malawi – Kenya 0-4 (1'-5' Olunga, 83' Masika, 90+3' Afir)
  • Ivory Coast – Benin (29' Grandel, 69' Diakite / 8'-51' Olitan)
  • Ireland – Belgium 0-0
  • Slovakia – Austria 0-2 (1' Baumgartner, 82' Wyman)
  • England – Brazil 0-1 (81' Edric)
  • Denmark – Switzerland 0-0
  • France – Germany 0-2 (1' Wirtz, 49' Havertz)
  • Tunisia – Croatia 0-0
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