The German national team tied with its guest England 1-1, today, Tuesday, at the Allianz Arena, in the second round of the group stage of the first level of the European Nations League.
Germany opened the scoring through Jonas Hoffmann in the 51st minute, and Harry Kane equalized the score for England in the 88th minute.
Germany raised its score to two points in third place, while England scored its first point at the bottom of the standings.
Germany formed the first danger in the second minute, with a ground shot from Haveritz from the left side of the penalty area, which Pickford saved.
Germany almost opened the scoring in the third minute, after Rudiger followed a cross from a corner by Kimmich, firing a direct ball away from Walker.
England appeared offensively for the first time in the seventh minute, with a powerful shot from Kane, which Neuer saved.
England suffered an early blow as Phillips was injured in a collision with Schlutterbeek, and he was unable to complete the match, leaving in the 13th minute and entering Bellingham instead.
England missed a real chance to score, after Neuer made a mistake in dealing with a cross, so the ball fell from his hand and paved the way for Kane, who in turn hit the ball directly over the crossbar in the 26th minute.
Germany reappeared in the 45th minute with a powerful shot from Mosyala from the borders of the region, which Pickford caught.
Saka responded immediately afterwards, with a powerful shot from the right side of the penalty area, and Neuer excelled in turning it away to a corner kick.
Saka tried to surprise Neuer, with a powerful shot that curved from the borders of the area, which passed near the post, so that the first half ended in a tie.
Germany managed to open the scoring early in the 51st minute, after Hoffman received a pass inside the area from Kimmich, to hit a powerful ball that touched Beckford’s fingers and into the net.
England looked for a quick response in the 53rd minute, with a powerful shot from Mont from outside the penalty area, which Neuer starred in.
Sterling appeared in the 62nd minute, with a ground shot from the left side of the penalty area, which went wide of the goal.
Germany missed the opportunity to add the second goal, after Muller received a cross, and hit a direct ball at the bird in the 70th minute, Pickford starred in stopping it.
Maguire rose to a cross from a corner kick in the 74th minute, shooting a header that Neuer saved.
Immediately after that, from a quick attack, Werner received a pass inside the area to be unique to Pickford, hitting a ground ball that was blocked by the England goalkeeper.
England almost scored the equalizer in the 76th minute, after Grealish sent a cross towards Kane, who fired a direct shot, which Neuer’s brilliance in stopping.
English attempts to score a draw continued, with a shot from Sterling in the 81st minute, which went wide of the goal.
England got a penalty kick in the 86th minute after Kane was obstructed by Schlutterbeek, and it was awarded after returning to the var.
Kane successfully executed the kick with a ground shot to the right of Neuer, to end the match in a positive tie (1-1).