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Six goals in the second half: Germany concede a historic hat-trick against England - but Musiala towers over them

2022-09-27T02:58:53.354Z

Six goals in the second half: Germany concede a historic hat-trick against England - but Musiala towers over them Created: 09/27/2022, 04:48 am By: Patrick Mayer Gets a penalty for Germany against England: Jamal Musiala (right) from FC Bayern. © IMAGO / PA Images After the break, England and Germany delivered an open exchange of blows with many goals. Jamal Musiala from FC Bayern is the best p



Six goals in the second half: Germany concede a historic hat-trick against England - but Musiala towers over them

Created: 09/27/2022, 04:48 am

By: Patrick Mayer

Gets a penalty for Germany against England: Jamal Musiala (right) from FC Bayern.

© IMAGO / PA Images

After the break, England and Germany delivered an open exchange of blows with many goals.

Jamal Musiala from FC Bayern is the best player in the DFB team.

The Nations League game in the ticker to read.

  • Nations League

    : England 3-3 Germany (0-0)

  • DFB team

    completely off the mark: "Three Lions" turn the result in London with a triple strike in eleven minutes.

  • The

    international match in the Nations League

    here in the ticker to read.

Conclusion:

The German national team gambled away a 2-0 lead against England in the football classic at London's Wembley Stadium, but still fought a draw after falling behind.

58 days before the start of the World Cup against Japan, the DFB team of national coach Hansi Flick botched the dress rehearsal for the World Cup in the Nations League and just saved a 3: 3 (0: 0) in England this Monday evening.

In front of 78,949 spectators, Ilkay Gündogan (53./penalty) and Kai Havertz (67.) seemed to have brought the DFB selection safely into the lead.

Luke Shaw (72'), Mason Mount (75') and Captain Harry Kane (83'/penalty) initially turned the game around before Havertz (87') saved at least one point with his second goal.

Nations League: England - Germany 3: 3 (0: 0)

Lineup England:

Pope - Stones (37th Walker), Dier, H. Maguire - James, Bellingham (90th+1 J. Henderson), Rice, Shaw, Foden (66th Saka) - H. Kane, Sterling (66th Mount)

Lineup Germany:

ter Stegen - Kehrer, Süle, N. Schlotterbeck, Raum (68. Gosens) - Kimmich, Gündogan, Hofmann (46. Werner), Musiala (79. Müller), L. Sané (68. Gnabry) - Havertz (90. Bella kotchap)

Gates:

0: 1 Gündogan (53rd / penalty), 0: 2 Havertz (67th), 1: 2 Shaw (72nd), 2: 2 Mount (75th) 3: 2 Kane (83rd / penalty), 3: 3 Havertz (87th)

90 minutes + 6: The game is over!

England and Germany separate 3:3 after a spectacular second half.

90 minutes + 4: England attacked briskly again.

The German national team has to tremble to the end.

90 minutes: Six minutes of added time.

Will there be a seventh goal in the second half?

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90 minutes: Change in Germany:

Flick gives England legionnaire Bella Kotchap his DFB debut.

He comes on for double goalscorer Havertz and is supposed to secure the defense in injury time.

87 minutes: Goooooorrrr!!!

England - Germany 3:3, scorer: Havertz.

Now it's madness game!

What a goalkeeping mistake by goalie Pope.

After a moderate shot by Gnabry, the keeper flicks the ball forward.

Havertz suspects the scene and is on the spot.

But that shouldn't happen to the goalkeeper.

DFB team completely off the mark: "Three Lions" turn the result in London with a triple strike in eleven minutes.

83 minutes: Goal!

England - Germany 3:2, scorer: Kane (penalty).

Is that bitter!

The goalscorer of the "Three Lions" carpenters the ball into the upper left corner.

No chance for Ter Stegen, who jumps wildly on the line.

The DFB team can take this game away within eleven minutes.

82 minutes: Penalty for England!

Also a very clear thing!

Schlotterbeck is his BVB colleague Bellingham in the box on the shin.

And really hard.

Some in Dortmund must have cried out with concern.

He's not allowed to go like that in this scene.

80 minutes: England is now putting incredible pressure on the German national team.

It's almost like power play in ice hockey.

The DFB team is pushed in front of their own goal.

79 minutes: Change in Germany:

Müller replaces his Bayern colleague Musiala.

Germany conceded a double: England equalized within minutes at Wembley

75 minutes: Goal!

England 2-2 Germany, Goalscorer: Mount.

My dear!

The British equalize with a double strike and take the German team by surprise, which doesn't look good at all in this phase.

Substitute Saka stuck through the edge of the penalty area for Mount, who didn't hesitate and pulled the ball straight away.

The ball rushes into the right corner, Ter Stegen has no chance.

But his defense doesn't look good at all.

Chelsea's Mount prevails against three men.

72 minutes: Goal!

England 1-2 Germany, goalscorer: Shaw.

The connection for the English.

This time the "Three Lions" win the ball in midfield and make the game fast.

A sharp cross from the right and the far post left winger Shaw of Manchester United is completely free.

He takes the ball with his chest and tunnels Ter Stegen from a very short distance.

68 minutes: Germany make a double change:

Gosens for Raum, Gnabry for Sané.

Germany follows up: Havertz scores for the DFB team in Wembley

67 minutes: Goooooorrrr!!!

England 0-2 Germany, goalscorer: Havertz.

How bad is Maguire please?

Despite the crisis in form, Southgate put him up - and did him no favors.

Again, the outstanding Musiala in midfield stubbornly conquered the ball against the completely indisposed defender.

Kimmich quickly picks up the bullet, which sends Werner on his way.

The Leipzig player hangs up for his former Chelsea colleague Havertz, who hammers the ball into the corner from a good 25 meters with a dream goal.

Bayern star in the DFB team: Joshua Kimmich (Mid.).

© IMAGO / Eibner

62 minutes: Musiala, Musiala again and again!

Is the boy strong!

19 years young and Germany's best.

Again, the ball magnet in midfield ignites the turbo and starts one of his inimitable dribbles.

The pass to Werner is just right, but the Swabian striker misses again.

59 minutes: The huge chance for Werner!

With a quick start, the Leipziger shakes off his guard.

Central defender Dier slips.

Werner has the complete short corner in front of him, but doesn't pull, but plays sloppily inside.

Right in the foot of an Englishman.

There was a lot more in there.

57 minutes: England shakes a bit and is now defending itself.

Ter Stegen has to defuse a treacherous cross ball.

Bayern's Musiala takes a penalty: Gündogan puts Germany in the lead with a penalty

53 minutes: Goooooorrrr!!!

England - Germany 0:1, goal scorer: Gündogan (penalty).

Very neatly solved!

The Manchester City captain converts into the bottom right corner.

That is the flattering lead for the DFB team.

51 minutes: Penalty for Germany!

Clear thing!

Musiala dribbles into the box, quickly cheating on Maguire twice, who simply knocks him out rustically.

The English defender is simply overwhelmed by the Munich player's magic foot, who once took responsibility at the age of 19.

50 minutes: Werner comes to the six-yard box for the first time.

Fine chip ball from Kimmich.

But the English are just in between.

46th minute: change in Germany:

Leipzig's Werner is allowed to run for the Gladbacher Hofmann.

46 minutes: It continues at Wembley Stadium!

No goals at half-time: Germany also plays very moderately in England

45 minutes + 3: Break in London!

After another weak first half, Germany went into the dressing room without a goal against England.

45 minutes + 2: Kimmich now tries a long-range shot.

From 20 meters he puts the ball just next to the left post.

Only centimeters were missing.

44 minutes: That's really bad from the German team.

Hofmann frittered away the ball with a superfluous climber.

My dear, there is no real will to win there.

Germany are lucky that Sterling shoots in on the break after receiving a pass from Kane Ter Stegen.

42 minutes: Kimmich gives the ball sloppily.

The Bayern star looks a bit beside himself.

He can't really direct the game of his colleagues from headquarters.

Germany is clearly lagging behind in England: Kimmich and Sané have nothing

40 minutes: England are now much more compact and have reacted to the German pressing.

The British push it vehemently.

Now the DFB team has to solve the pressing.

Nothing comes from players like Sané and Kimmich in this phase.

Havertz is also not involved at all at the front.

37 minutes: Change in England:

Stones has to leave injured and is replaced by his ManCity colleague Walker.

36 minutes: Stones from Manchester City is apparently injured on the lawn.

He's holding his leg.

Apparently he can't go on.

33 minutes: A long ball comes through the alley, but space doesn't catch it in time.

Germany has slowed down a bit.

Little is currently coming from England after the double chance.

27 minutes: Next huge chance for England!

After a corner kick, the center forward flicks the ball into the far corner, but the ball still caresses the second post.

Huge chance for England: New representative Ter Stegen saves against Sterling at Wembley

25 minutes: Huge chance for England!

Fast switching game of the "Three Lions".

Sterling holds his own against Süle, but fails due to the excellent parrying of ter Stegen.

23 minutes: Dangerous!

Hofmann with the lateral shift to space, which puts down the five-meter space for Gündogan.

But his pass is not clean.

That would have been the chance.

22 minutes: Extremely consistent pressing by the German team.

England has trouble getting structure.

That doesn't sound too bad for the Flick squad.

18 minutes: Free kick for Germany just before the penalty area.

But Sané bangs the ball full into the wall.

The direction would have been right.

Like other Bayern stars, the attacker is currently looking for his form.

Bayern star in the DFB team: Jamal Musiala (right).

© Christian Charisius/dpa

15 minutes: Strong pressing from Musiala!

The Germans go way up front and force the English to make several slight mistakes in the early stages.

60 percent ball possession for the DFB team in this phase.

First conclusion of the DFB team: Gündogan flicks the ball over the English goal

11 minutes: Gündogan with the degree!

Musiala goes for keeper Pope energetically.

He plays directly on Hofmann, who puts down for Gündogan.

But the ManCity professional warps at the edge of the penalty area.

8 minutes: The Germans lose possession against the aggressive Dortmund star Bellingham in midfield.

England switches.

Kane crosses to the far post, but Foden is a step too late.

3 minutes: England attacks directly cheerfully.

A cross attempt by Kane is blocked by the German defense.

1. Minute: It starts with the international match in Wembley!

Update from September 26, 8:35 p.m .:

As DFB manager Oliver Bierhoff confirms, the German internationals should get 400,000 euros per man in the event of a World Cup victory.

That is no more than at the EM 2021, says the former striker.

At the aforementioned European Championship, Germany failed in the round of 16 just in Wembley precisely because of England (0:2).

See you soon!

Thomas Müller on the bench: Hansi Flick justifies the starting eleven for Bayern star

Update from September 26, 8:25 p.m .: National

coach Hansi Flick is on the RTL microphone and is demonstrative in front of Thomas Müller from FC Bayern, who is sitting on the bench today.

“For me, these are not discussion questions.

Thomas gives so much to the team.

He is an experienced player who supports the team.

Jamal (Musiala) and Kai (Havertz) are very good footballers who are good for us.

For me, the question of Thomas Müller does not arise at all,” explains Flick.

Line-up of the DFB team: Serge Gnabry and Thomas Müller are on the bench against England

Update from September 26, 7.45 p.m .:

Hansi Flick’s line-up for the international match against England is here.

The national coach does without the two Bayern players Serge Gnabry and Thomas Müller in attack.

Timo Werner from RB Leipzig also has to go to the bench.

Kai Havertz (FC Chelsea), Jamal Musiala (FC Bayern) and Thilo Kehrer (West Ham United) are new for them.

With Kehrer, Nico Schlotterbeck and Niklas Süle (both Borussia Dortmund) there are three trained central defenders on the pitch.

That should be the tactical line-up of the DFB team: Ter Stegen - Kehrer, Süle, Schlotterbeck, Raum - Kimmich, Gündogan - Hofmann, Musiala, Sané - Havertz

Update from September 26, 7:35 p.m .:

The bonuses for the German national players at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar are fixed.

In the event of a tournament victory, the DFB stars would collect a lot.

But that requires different performances than the last time against Hungary.

Tonight the Flick-Elf against England could make a start for a trend reversal.

Bayern are also in crisis in the national team: national coach Flick heats up the DFB competition

Update from September 26, 7:15 p.m .:

Bayern are also in crisis in the national team – and with them the entire DFB team.

Accordingly, national coach Flick heated up the competition again.

"It's an incentive for every single player to give everything and use the six weeks afterwards to be prepared," explained the 57-year-old, who defeated Hungary (0-1) "Courage, trust, dynamism and intensity" missed, but saw "too many mistakes".

"It's always important when you win.

That gives the team confidence in their quality,” Flick continued before the game in London: “It’s about giving the players confidence.” Oliver Bierhoff is also longing for a win.

"This is the last test before the nomination, we want to make amends and gain trust, that's extremely important," said the DFB managing director.

Germany in the Nations League: DFB team can no longer be group winners

Update from September 26, 6.45 p.m .:

Let's take a look at the table of the Nations League group A3 before the 6th matchday.

Before the game against Hungary (0:1), Germany had actually announced the goal of winning the group.

Instead, Hungary and European champions Italy will play this evening in the parallel game in Budapest.

England have already been relegated to Group B.

national team:

Points:

Gates:

1. Hungary

10

8:3

2. Italy

8th

6:7

3. Germany

6

8:6

4. UK

2

1:7

England – Germany in the live ticker: the DFB team wants to make amends for the defeat against Hungary

First report from September 26th:

Munich/London - "Many people noticed that the phase in the club is not the easiest." Thomas Müller summed it up after the DFB team's 0-1 draw against outsiders Hungary in Leipzig, which probably applies above all to the German national players of FC Bayern Munich.

It's not running these days.

Not with Müller himself. Not with the actual midfield strategist Joshua Kimmich.

Not with the attackers Leroy Sané and Serge Gnabry.

The Swabian has not had a goal of his own for seven competitive games for the German Bundesliga record champions plus one international match.

With his listless performance against Hungary, Sané was by no means reminiscent of his gala against FC Barcelona (2-0) in the Champions League.

At London's Wembley Stadium: the national team of national coach Hansi Flick denies the World Cup endurance test

And this Monday evening?

In London (from 8.45 p.m.) Germany will face the World Cup endurance test against runners-up England at the end of the Nations League.

Things aren't going well for the British either.

The “Three Lions” have only scored two points from five games in Nations League Group A3 so far – without scoring a single goal from the game.

In the first leg, both teams had drawn 1-1 in Munich.

There, where the mood at the football giants on Säbener Straße threatens to change after four games without a win in the Bundesliga.

This also raises the question of which Bayern coach Hansi Flick will remove from the starting eleven for the international match in Wembley.

One of the two outside attackers Sané and Gnabry?

To give Jamal Musiala the chance from the start this time?

Or Mueller?

Musiala, who is still only 19, could also replace him behind the top, while the DFB team with six points as third in the Nations League group can neither be promoted nor relegated.

England – Germany in the live ticker: Is Kai Havertz storming for Timo Werner?

Just that position of the nine is the biggest problem child of the German national football team.

This one no longer has a real centre-forward.

This Monday evening, attacking midfielder Kai Havertz (Chelsea FC) could be given preference over Timo Werner (RB Leipzig), who once again paled against Hungary.

Follow the international match England against Germany tonight from 8.45 p.m. here in the live ticker.

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Source: merkur

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