Netherlands vs Germany: A dramatic late winner through Nico Schultz found that Germany beat Netherlands 3-2 in their opening Match of 2020 Euro Amsterdam on Sunday. Germany went out of the Match after a 1-1 friendly draw against Serbia on Webnesday and went ahead within 15 minutes, when Leroy Sane ended the second touch of Jasper Cillessen from a difficult angle.
Manuel Neuer has two fantastic savings to maintain Germany’s lead for 25 minutes, twice by Ryan Babel, with a pair of strong Shots at the door. Immediately after this, Visitors doubled their edge through Serge Gnabry, who raised along the ball of Antonio Rugdigar under the left Flank, Cut off against Virgil van Dijlk, and a right shot in the upper right corner to the previous serial Curled up.
Netherlands vs Germany: Football Match Report- March 25, 2019
Before half time, the Netherlands could go down and lower, but Cillessen fired the Bullet Header of Thilo Kehrer’s, and then snatched a shot from a wide array of posts to keep his team down from Germany 2-0 down the break took. The host team reduced the deficit at the beginning of the second half when Matthijs de Ligt established the InSwing Memphis Depay Cross Head Home for the happiness of the supporters in the Johann Cruyff ArenA.
The goal was to take a breath of new life in the Netherlands and was taken to the previous level of the hour mark only when Memphis lifted a loose ball in the German penalty area and beat Neuer 2-2 at the close position made. This was the second time since November when the Netherlands came down to two goals to equalize against Germany – an achievement they had managed to finish in their national league in November, again in favor of Jogi Low for League B Gone – And for Depay, it was his 11th goal in his last 15 international matches.
With the greater chance of snatching the Netherlands winner, Germany scored a late goal when Marco Reus drove Schultz out of the penalty area, and Hoffenheim Wing-back Cooly returned home and earned three points. For the latest updates, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.
This win was Germany’s first in the Netherlands since 1996 and will definitely put pressure on manager Jogi Low because he oversees a youth movement with the national team.