On June 7, the match of the second round of the League of Nations was held within the framework of Group A3 between Germany and England. The teams played at the Allianz Arena in Germany.
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League of Nations 2022/23
Goals: Hofmann, 50 (1:0). Kane, 88 – penalty (1:1).
|Neuer, Rüdiger, Raum, Klostermann, Schlotterbeck, Kimmich, Musiala (Gnabry 65), Hofmann (Werner 65), Gundogan (Sane 83), Havertz, Müller (Goretzka 75).||Pickford, Walker, Trippier, Stones, Maguire, Rice, Saka (Bowen 80s), Phillips (Bellingham 14s), Mount (Grealish 72s), Kane, Sterling.|
Warnings: Schlotterbeck, 87′.
Referee: Grande (Spain).
England entered the match after an unexpected defeat to Hungary.
Germany, which played at home, started the first half very well. Hoffman managed to score an early goal, but the player was out of the game. Clear chances were at a premium, with Bukayo Saka proving to be England’s most dangerous outing as the break approached. The player managed to force Neuer to make a save in this match.
Germany will show very good home game statistics. And the team started the second half very well, and at the 50th minute they scored the first goal in this match. Joshua Kimmich’s slicing pass gave Hofmann time to turn around and hit, and his powerful effort proved too hot for Jordan Pickford’s outstretched hand.
The last time these teams met in Munich, Germany took the lead, only to succumb by five in England’s famous victory. The game was coming to an end, Neuer was very good in this match.
England still managed to create a dangerous attack. Substitute Jack Grealish created a superb opening for Harry Kane, but the captain’s shot from close range was parried by Neuer.
England eventually found a way to equalize. as VAR awarded England a penalty, ruling that Nico Schlotterbeck pushed Kane into the box. Harry Kane confidently converted the penalty.
As a result, the match ended in a draw. As a result, Germany takes the third position in group 3, England takes the last 4th place.