Scores and individual criticism for Germany vs England | football news

Once again no victory over a “big” opponent! Against England, the German national team is in better shape than Italy, but conceded the equalizing goal in the final stages. Manuel Neuer is the usual safe support, the young man becomes a tragic character. individual criticism.

Germany cannot beat a major opponent under Hansi Flick yet. After draws with the Netherlands and Italy, the DFB team also had to settle for a 1-1 draw with England in the Nations League. Harry Kane equalized the late equalizer for the Three Lions with a penalty kick (88), after Jonas Jofmann previously scored 1-0 Munich (50) for the four-time world champion.

To click through: DFB team in individual review

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    Manuel Neuer: The captain saved well against Kane (7, 76), Saka (45 + 1) and Jebel (53). He was fortunate once because his failed defense was under pressure after a corner kick that Kane (26th place) did not capitalize. Note: 1 © Imago
  2. Lucas Klostermann:
    Lukas Klostermann: moved suddenly to the right side in the line of defense four. Leipzig focused mainly on defense. Show light and shadow. Note: 3 © Imago
  3. Antonio Rudiger:
    Antonio Rudiger: The defensive captain was one of only four players from the Italy game who were still in the starting lineup. He was very present and greatly saved in some situations. I had heated duels with Kane. Note: 2 © Imago
  4. Nico Schlutterbeek:
    Nico Schlutterbeek: The future Dortmund player was an element of uncertainty. He made a lot of losses with the ball in rehearsals, and after that it got serious. Under construction with some good passes and improved after the second half. Punishment occurred. Note: 5 © Imago
  5. David's room:
    David Raum: He plowed the entire left side. He had more successful procedures in the early stages than Thilo Kehrer in Italy. Defensively, however, he did not have an easy time against the powerful Saka Note: 3 © Imago
  6. Joshua Kimmich:
    Joshua Kimmich: The Munich player had a difficult time at the beginning. The English put it in a clever way, so his contacts with the ball were much less than usual. But a strong pass for Hoffmann in front of the opening goal. After that it was more involved. Note: 3 © Imago
  7. Ilkay Gundogan:
    Ilkay Gundogan: Move to Kimmich’s side for Goretzka. He raises the bar for the German game again and again. Recommended for further use right from the start. Note: 2 © Imago
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    Jonas Hoffmann: Gladbach’s strong performance. He was unlucky that he was just offside when he scored in the first half (23). Then he scored the lead with the help of the England goalkeeper. Note: 2 © Imago
  9. Thomas Muller:
    Thomas Muller: The Munich player traveled a lot in his home match. But as in Bologna, he behaved unhappy in some business. But a committed performance missed the second goal (70). Note: 3 © Imago
  10. Jamal Musa:
    Jamal Musiala: The youngster rolled his signature style before the break. Move to the center from the left, showing the courage that Flick requires. It wasn’t noticeable after the change, but it’s still a solid game: Note: 2 © Imago
  11. Kai Havertz:
    Kai Havertz: He scored the first goal in the second minute. He had a tough time against the England centre-back, but he always made good use of his body. Note: 3 © Imago
    TIMO WERNER: He came to Musiala after about 65 minutes. Missed the resolution (75). Note: 3 © Imago
  13. Serge Gnabry:
    Serge Gnabry: Hoffmann has been replaced. It doesn’t have much of an impact anymore. Note: 3 © Imago
  14. Hansi Flick also brought in Leon Goretzka (75, to Thomas Muller), Leroy Sane (83, to Ilkay Gundogan).  Note: There is no rating
    Hansi Flick also brought in Leon Goretzka (75, to Thomas Muller), Leroy Sane (83, to Ilkay Gundogan). Note: There is no rating © Imago

Gladbacher couldn’t self-promote just because of his goal. The Bayern Munich and Legionnaires star also had a good day against the Three Lions and can commend themselves for more appearances.

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