FT: Iceland 0-4 Germany, Timo Werner STRIKES! (Match Report And Highlight)
Goals coming from Leroy Sane alongside Rudiger and one each from Serge Gnabry and Timo Werner ensured Germany won 0-4 against Iceland, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
A delightful first half encounter which saw two goals being scored by the visitors who made sure they dominated all the 45 minutes.
It took Germany 4 minutes to score the opening goal which came through Serge Gnabry after an amazing teamwork effort with Leroy Sane made things 0-1.
The game took shape as the Germans didn’t allow Iceland a chance to breathe in the first half which Antonio Rudiger scored in the 24th minute to make the scoreline 0-2.
It was looking like a lost game already as the Icelanders made sure they locked things up after those goals which saw the half progressing with just wasted opportunities.
The first half of the encounter ended with Iceland 0-2 Germany as they both went in for the break with the advantage going to the away side who were perfectly organized.
Second Half Report
Second half was more of the same like the first 45 minutes which was filled with goals coming from the Germans who had things under control.
Iceland continued to put up with the pressure coming from their opponent as they also managed to create few chances of their own which was totally wasted.
Leroy Sane extended the lead for Germany as he scored in the 56th minute of the encounter to make the scoreline 0-3 after a lovely combination with Loen Goretzka.
More solid display coming from both teams who had a fair amount of freedom despite it being just a one sided affair as it carried on with another goal scored by Goretzka but VAR ruled it out.
It was going into the last few kicks from normal time as Timo Werner teamed up with fellow Chelsea teammate Kai Havertz to score in the 89th minute to make the scoreline 0-4.
The match ended with Iceland 0-4 Germany which saw another big win being recorded by the Germans who were unstoppable all through the encounter.
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