Germany… has woken up: Victory of psychology over France after the removal of Flick!


Reaction after the four from Japan, the host of EURO 2024, Germanyafter it was imposed 2-1 her of France in Dortmund. Thomas Miller started and opened the scoring in just 4′, Sane made it 2-0 in the 87th minute and Griezmann reduced in the 89th minute for the final score. A divided match for the longest part of the match, with the Germans, however, striking especially from Pavard’s side and getting a prestigious victory.

Manshaft made a strong entry into the game and after a well-constructed attack that started with a steal by Gintogan, managed to open the scoring. After several exchanges of the ball, Gnabry also found Henriques on the left and almost from the end line cut the ball, just inside the penalty area, with Thomas Miller to make perfect control with the body and with a left finish to open the score.

The host of Euro 2024 continued to look for a second goal and in the 9th minute Gabry and Miller combined again to threaten the “blue” frames without result. In the 25th minute, Rudy Feller’s team lost Ilkay Gintogan, with Gross taking his place. From that point on, the French took control of the race, who had a good time with him Kolo Muani at 30′ while at 38′, from Griezmann’s cross, o Tswamenithreatened with a header, but Ter Stegen, kicked for a corner.

The World Cup finalists continued to have the upper hand in the second half, with Tswameni forcing Ter Stegen into yet another difficult intervention, while at the restart the ball reached Kolo Muani who slipped and missed the opportunity. The two teams made several changes, the phases were not many until we entered the final stretch of the match. The “Manshaft” showed to ensure the victory with the Sane’s goal in 87′ after an assist by Kai Havertz, but in the very next minute the “blues” won a penalty with Kamavinga, which was used by Griezmann to reduce to 2-1 which was also the final score.

Germany: Ter Stegen – Tach, Gilles, Ruttinger, Henriques (78′ Goossens) – Guidogan (25′ tr. Gross), Can, Sane, Wirtz (78′ Hoffman), Gnabry (64′ Brand) – Thomas Miller (64′ Havertz)

France: Menian-Pavard (65′ Koute), Todibo, Saliba, Theo Hernandez – Tswameni, Kamavinga, Coman (65′ Dembele), Rabiot (78′ Fofana), Griezmann – Kolo Muani (65′ Touram)

Source: Sport Fm

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