Spain and Germany end in a draw (1-1)

Spain and Germany neutralized each other, each scoring a goal, this Sunday, November 27.

Spain and Germany failed to decide. La Roja had won their first match against Mexico, while the Mannschaft had lost against Japan.

Shortly after half an hour, Spain got the hottest chance of the first period.

If Germany is under pressure, it is she who will be the first to succeed in shaking the nets in this meeting thanks to Antonio Rüdiger who emerges and uncrosses the leather of the head (39th) but his goal is still off- Game.

The end of the first period is unbridled but despite two minutes of additional time, the two selections separate with a goalless draw at the break (0-0).

The two nations continued to be back to back in this second half but it was Spain who opened the scoring in the 64th minute thanks to Alvaro Morata. Served from the left by Jordi Alba, Morata deceives Neuer at the far post from outside the right.

The German response is not expected in the 83rd minute. It is signed Füllkrug, cross strike from the right which finds the opposite skylight of Unai Simon. 1-1. It’s still a draw during the 2022 World Cup.

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