FT: Germany 2-1 France, Muller, Sane STRIKES! [VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS]

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Germany bounced back from a poor run of results to clinch a morale-boostng win over France in international friendly, MySportDab reports.

Match Report

The struggling European giants waved aside a poor and abysmal run under former manager Hansi Flick to clinch a deserved 2-1 win over the 2022 World Cup finalists.


Interestingly, the match finished with both sides sharing equal swarth of possession with no clear dominance but the French side were more prolific in front of goal.

They recorded 12 attempts with 6 on goal while Germany fired 5 attempts with 2 on goal.

Thomas Muller and Luis Sane made the two shots on target count as they steered the the falling giants of Europe to victory.

Thomas Muller scored one of his fastest goals for the national team as he gave Germany the lead just four minutes into play.

The Bayern Munich forward hit his 45th international goal with a rifle shot from inside the box.

After conceding the early goal, France ramped up their attempts to find an equaliser and possibly pulled a comeback all to no avail.

Germany maintained the lead into the break and dragged the game to the dearth while France continue to battle for an equaliser.

The French comeback hopes suffered a fatal blow in the 87th minute when Luis Sane sealed the win with an 87th minute strike to make it 2-0.

Antoine Griezman was able to put one for France in stoppage-time through a spotkick but Germany held on to grab a 2-1 win after the final whistle.

The victory is Germany’s first win in five matches after a four-match run of defeats under ex-manager Hansi Flick.

The team is currently managed by Germany football veteran, Rudi Voller, who has now overturned the winless streak in his first match as interim manager.

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