Albeit as guests to the German courts, but Spain showed that they are not easy to play with the opponent counter-attack gameplay is quite impressive. Luis Enrique teachers and coaches understand that they need to reduce the excitement of the striker side of the home side.
Germany and Spain play "tit for tat" in the 1st half
In reverse, "chariot increase" Germany has been operating quite smoothly under the direction of coach Joachim Low. Easy to understand why the first minutes of battle witnessed the home side's dominance of Germany. However, these opportunities turn to pass before toe the offensive player side of the home side when goalkeeper David De Gea has reflexes too stand to deny the mass shooting opportunity on goal Spain Houses.
Performances of De Gea impressed gradually help Spain regain confidence and they even push Germany into the world to fend off the drifting round the last minute. In favorable ball, Tel Spain still can not get the opener in the first half with the ungainly striker Rodrigo before Kevin Trapp goal keeper. The first half ended with a 0-0 result reflects the outcome of "tit for tat" of all parties.
Werner cleared the deadlock for the German national team
Entering the 2nd half, the home team Germany unexpectedly pushed the pace of the game and the result has been come to them right after 51 minutes, when striker Timo Werner mixed skillfully handle of the box, before his closing cross corner beat goalkeeper De Gea completely.
Opener to help Germany play active and more comfortable. If castigate more of the opportunities created in the majority of the 2nd half-time, the gap could have been duplicated for the home side. Not attack multiple goal that Joachim Low teacher-student must receive harsh rules of football.
Spain goes wild with a goal in the last minute of injury time
When all was thought to 1 victory for the right in Germany Tel final seconds of stoppage time 5 minutes, the visitors Spain has suddenly get equalizer by defender Jose Gaya. 1-1 was the final result of the match at the Mercedes-Benz Arena.
Final score: Germany 1-1 Spain (h1: 0-0)
Germany: Werner (51 ')
Spain: Gaya (90 + 5 ')
Germany: Trapp, KEHRER, Gosens, Sule, Rudiger, Gundogan, Kroos, Sane, Draxler, Werner, Can.
Spain: De Gea, Carvajal, Pau Torres, Ramos, Gaya, Ruiz, Busquets, Thiago, Navas, Ferran Torres, Rodrigo.
Scoring players (According WhoScored)