- End of 2nd Half
- 2nd Half
- Kroos (P)73'
- de Jong72'
- Tah (o.g.)66'
- de Jong59'
- de RoonMalen58'
- de Roon49'
- 1st Half
Germany - Netherlands
Euro Qualifying - 6 September 2019
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That's it. Full time, and the Dutch have won. An extremely impressive performance from the away side, who may have alighted on a formation that makes them more than the sum of their parts, but allows their best players to flourish. The German side were strong at times, but far too unfocused.
Gnabry hits the post! Picked out with a ball over the top, and he volleys on the turn against the woodwork.
- GoalGeorginio WijnaldumNetherlands
GOAL! Germany 2-4 Netherlands. Wijnaldum scores - Sule is up front, and Germany play it into his feet. He's dispossessed, Memphis is set ree down the left and pings in a pass for Wijnaldum at the back post to pass in a fourth goal.
Germany spending plenty of time on the ball now. Four minutes of added time are indicated, and Sule is adding some presence up front.
Germany look tired now. The Dutch just need to be sensible now.
Three goals in 20 minutes have transformed the match.
- OffRyan BabelNetherlands
- OnNathan AkéNetherlands
And Ake! He's on to defend the lead.
- OffMatthias GinterGermany
- OnJulian BrandtGermany
Brandt is on.
He's doing OK.
Oh - there is no VAR tonight.
- GoalDonyell MalenNetherlands
GOAL! Germany 2-3 Netherlands. Malen scores - Four passes and a debut goal for the striker. Wijnaldum is slipped in by Memphis, and he squares it for Malen who taps in.
Both sides have a change each to make. For Germany, they could probably handle a point, but the Netherlands can't really afford to miss out on three points.
- Goal by penaltyToni KroosGermany
GOAL! Germany 2-2 Netherlands. Kroos scores - A calm penalty slottled to the midfielder's left as Cillessen dives the other way.
PENALTY! Schulz receives the ball down the left, maybe in an offside position, and it loops up and lands onto De Ligt's arm. That seems harsh, because De Jong was standing back up after sliding in to block the cross.
It's been a busy few minutes.
- Own-goalJonathan TahGermany
GOAL! Germany 1-2 Netherlands. Tah scores an own goal - Neuer saves from Van Dijk's header down, Memphis reacts and turns it back towards goal. It goes through Babel's legs and bounces off Tah, bouncing into the net.
Ginter dives in at the death to take the ball away from Malen who was fractions from being through on goal - a decisive interception.
Havertz on for Werner. Gundogan on for Reus.
- GoalFrenkie de JongNetherlands
GOAL! Germany 1-1 Netherlands. De Jong scores - Babel sends in a cross that misses both central defenders, De Jong controls it in his stride, and he whips a volley past Neuer.
- OffMarten de RoonNetherlands
- OnDonyell MalenNetherlands
Malen and Propper are on. De Roon and Dumfries off.
Dumfries attacks down the right, it's played on into the path of Wijnaldum, and he fires in a fierce shot that Neuer has to push away at speed.
Schulz blasts a shot across goal, and with Werner lurking at the back post, Van Dijk slides in to poke it behind for a corner instead - nothing from it.
Reus strides a good thirty or forty yards into the box but is tackled at the last. It comes out ot Schulz, but Blind throws himself into Gnabry to prevent the striker reaching the cross.
Gbabry sprints into the box, and De Ligt is on hand to fire away his low shot past the 'keeper.
- Yellow cardMarten de RoonNetherlands
De Roon is booked for a fairly slight foul. He'll miss the next match.
Memphis tries to hold off Kroos but handles the ball accidentally.
- 2nd Half
We go again. Ginter is down injured after falling over the top of Babel about 40 yards out.
- End of 1st Half
That's half time. See you in 15 minutes.
The ball bounces to Reus from Kroos' excellent first-time pass in acres of space in the box. He can't quite believe the space he has, and uses the time to blast it at the far corner, and Cillessen is alive to the threat to push it away smartly.
Germany are pressed to pass back to Neueur, and he hoofs it clear.
A cross for Memphis is glanced just over the bar.
Germany are defending stoutly. Memphis has another corner, taken short, he gets it back, and plays a pass forward that runs out play.
Depay's free kick is delivered into the box, but it's easily headed away.
- Yellow cardMemphis DepayNetherlands
Kimmich is booked for a late challenge on De Ligt. Van Dijk races across to point out that there was a foul, and Memphis has been booked too for a little bit of shoving, and they're all wondering what the ECB will do about the deflationary impacts of quantitative easing.
Wijnaldum plays in Promes, but he doesn't have room and can only shoot against the legs of a wall of strikers.
Here's a pleasant photo.
Nothing from the corner as De Ligt's weak header is easily saved.
Memphis stands up Sule, who blocks to concede a corner on the right wing.
Schultz finds Werner to his right after a quick race forward when Dumfries was dispossessed, but it's behind the striker and the move breaks down.
Gnabry races onto a loose ball and leathers it from about 40 yards out straight at Cillessen. The 'keeper has safe hands.
Kroos is clipped by Memphis, a little nibble from beihnd, but there's no real desire for aggro there.
Free kick on the left wing. Depay stands over it with Blind before leaving it to the defender. He curls one in to the back post for De Ligt, and he thunders a header wide of the far post.
More time with the ball in the Dutch defence. There's no rush here yet.
The Netherlands are seeing plenty of the ball but when it comes to the box, it's not quite there. They seem strongest on the counterattack.
Promes clips in a cross towards Babel, but it was headed away just as it seemed the old rapper would nod home.
Kroos lifts the free kick over the wall but it sails just a couple of yards over the near top corner.
De Ligt cleans out Gnabry about 30 yards out on the right.
The Netherlands are now sitting right back.
Here's a nice visual, as the kids say.
- GoalSerge GnabryGermany
GOAL! Germany 1-0 Netherlands. Gnabry scores - Klostermann springs the offside trap down the right, his shot is straight at the 'keeper, and Gnabry is on hand to fire home.
A rare spell forward for the home side now. Babel robs a lose pass, spreads play left for Memphis, who cuts inside onto his right, and blasts a powerful shot at goal that the 'keeper beats into the air and away.
Still more Dutch possession.
Depay jinks forward, finds De Jong who plays it back, and Depay clips in a cross that is deflected harmlessly into the path of Neuer.
Back to Cillessen and out to Blind on the left.
Holland win a corner on the right wing.
Netherlands keep the ball happily in defence. There's Daley Blind!
- 1st Half
The match gets underway.
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Northern Ireland top the group with an excellent 12 points from four games. Then come Germany - nine from three - and the Netherlands - three from two. The Netherlands cannot lose this, or they will really be up slack alley.
And as a wee graphic.
Here's how the Netherlands line up: Cillessen. Dumfries, De Ligt, van Dijk, Blind, De Roon, F. de Jong, Wijnaldum, Promes, Depay, Babel.
The German XI: Neuer; Ginter, Tah, Süle; Klostermann, Kimmich, Kroos, Schulz; Gnabry, Reus, Werner.
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