FT: Germany 7-1 Latvia, Timo Werner STRIKES! (Match Report And Highlight)
Germany made light work of Latvia in their Euros2020 buildup as they trashed them 7-1 with Timo Werner getting a goal in the match, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half was a whitewash as the Germans scored five solid goals which was an outstanding 45 minutes for them.
Robin Gosens opening the flood gate in the 19th minute after he made it 1-0 with assist from Kai Havertz.
Germany double their lead in the 21st minutes thanks to Gundogan who scored to make it 2-0.
Latvia were very poor in the encounter as Thomas Muller made it 3-0 in the 27th minute with a sweet goal from the Bayern Munich player.
An own goal scored by Roberts Ozols in the 39th minute ensured the scoreline increased to 4-0 in favor of Germany who were very good.
Serge Gnabry added another one which made things 5-0 in the 46th minutes after another sensational display for his country.
The first half ended with Germany 5-0 Latvia as they both head for the break with a huge advantage to the home side.
Second Half Report
The second half started out good with both teams going at each other and it was also more evenly balanced.
Timo Werner made it 6-0 for Germany in the 50th minute as he didn’t miss the opportunity given to him by Joshua Kimmich to score a beauty.
Latvia were able to get something of their own which came in the 75th minute from Saveljevs to make if 6-1 with a stunner of a goal.
Leroy Sane scored another one in the 76th minute of the game which made it 7-1 with an assist coming from Thomas Muller.
The match finally came to an end with Germany 7-1 Latvia which saw the Germans winning the friendly encounter that could have been more.
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