Germany escaped through with a narrow 1-0 win over Spain in the Uefa Nations League in a match which saw Chelsea striker Timo Werner score, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first 45 minutes encounter was an end to end great attacking play of football which saw chances created.
Both countries had a fair share of chances going forward but they’re finishing the only thing letting them down.
Timo Werner came close giving Germany the lead but his strike was wide off target as the game progressed.
Spain also came close when Rodrigo found himself one on one with the goalkeeper but failed to convert.
The match progressed with no goal to record as many opportunities went begging with nobody to convert.
It ended in the first half Germany 0-0 Spain as both sides headed for the break with the goalless draw.
Second Half Report
The second half of the encounter was a different ball game as Germany came out guns blazing.
It was more of the Germans than the Spaniards who threatened more in goal scoring in the game.
Timo Werner bagged in the goal in the 57th minute as he dispatched neatly from an assist which came through Gosens.
The Chelsea man was in place to score a stunning goal to put his country ahead 1-0.
As the game draws to an end Spain pulled back level 1-1 in the 96th minute through Jose Gaya with an assist from Rodrigo.
The match ended Germany 1-1 Spain as both Countries settled for an entertaining draw in the Uefa Nations League.
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