Saturday, March 23, 2024

France – Germany Highlights | Friendly game | sportstudio - Germany deservedly won the game 2-0

France – Germany Highlights | Friendly game | sportstudio - Germany deservedly won the game 2-0 sports studio football Mar 23, 2024 Florian Wirtz with the fastest goal in DFB history, Kai Havertz as the beneficiary of a dream combination: Germany deservedly won 2-0 (1-0) in the friendly against runner-up world champions France. Under the leadership of returnee Toni Kroos, the DFB team has taken a good path in preparation for the home European Championship. The debuts of Deniz Undav and Waldemar Anton were also celebrated. Here you can find the highlights of the Bundesliga, the UEFA Champions League and the DFB Cup. Plus the highlights of selected games from the 2nd Bundesliga and the Women's Bundesliga. Subscribe to the channel here: Old men's league or a real alternative for ambitious professionals? Major League Soccer is booming after Lionel Messi's move to the USA. But is this development sustainable? We talk about this in the new episode Bolzplatz: sportstudio on Instagram sportstudio on TikTok sportstudio at X The DFB team started the game full of euphoria - and returnee Kroos scored the first goal with his first touch of the ball from the kick-off: Florian Wirtz processed his pass, then the youngster humourlessly slammed the ball under the crossbar from 20 meters - and that after eight seconds! The star-studded French offensive needed some time to warm up. After 20 minutes, Marcus Thuram shot over the German goal. A little later, Kylian Mbappé put the ball to the left of the box (22'), then Mbappé failed again with an attempt to lob past Marc-André ter Stegen (25'). Ousmane Dembelé could also have equalized (35'). With a bit of luck and thanks to the lightning dream goal, we went into the break with a narrow lead. Once again, the DFB team came out of the locker room better - and struck again: Wirtz sent Jamal Musiala into the back of the French defense, who pulled up and passed it across to Kai Havertz, who was also running along - who only had to push in to make it 2-0 (49. ). The individual class also shone through again and again on the French side: Dembelé shot the ball just past the left post after a dribble (55'). The crucial difference: the German team also sank the ball into the goal twice. Excitement in the 69th minute: Mbappé was fouled by Robert Andrich and gave the German a late kick - that could have resulted in a red card. In the final phase there was another wild scene: Mbappé put the ball from the left side into the box, where Maximilian Mittelstädt misjudged his attempt to clear it, so that Antonio Rüdiger saved in dire need from the goal line with the help of the crossbar (88th). France didn't add any more, Germany deservedly won the game 2-0. The lineups: France: Samba – Koundé (60. Clauss), Pavard, Upamecano, Hernandez (61. Theo) – Tchouameni (74. Fofana), Zaire-Emery (61. Camavinga), Rabiot, Dembelé (84. Kolo Muani), Mbappé – Thuram (61st Giroud) Coach: Didier Deschamps Germany: ter Stegen - Kimmich, Rüdiger, Tah, Mittelstädt - Andrich, Kroos (89th Anton), Gündogan (72nd Müller), Musiala (80th Füllkrug), Wirtz (72nd Führich) – Havertz (80th Undav) Coach: Julian Nagelsmann Referee: Jesus Gil Manzano (Spain) Commentator: Michael Ohr