Euro 2020 qualifying: Germany gets the job done in Belarus

Germany makes it 2 wins from two in Euro 2020 qualifying Group C In the first competitive meeting between the 2 nations Germany was better and changed just enough of their chances to get the victory. Fans who love Euro Cup tournaments can book Euro Cup 2020 Tickets online.

Head coach Joachim Low missed the trip to Barysaw near Minsk after injuring himself in a sporting accident so assistant Coach Marcus Sorg took over in his place and saw his team take an early lead through Leroy Sane. 

Euro 2020 qualifying: Germany gets the job done in Belarus
Euro 2020 qualifying: Germany gets the job done in Belarus


Pressing violently Germany won possession high up the pitch before Joshua Kimmich starting in midfield rather than at full-back thread the ball through to Sane who cut inside before firing home left-footed.

The visitors enjoyed the lion’s share of possession in a dominant first half but goalkeeper Manuel Neuer was nevertheless twice called into action first pulling off an acrobatic save from a Naumov header and then delighting the traveling fans with a series of tricks and turns near the corner flag to escape the Belarusian press.

If Germany could be criticized for anything then it was for the fact that they only led by one goal at half-time but Reus changed that just after the hour mark finishing coolly after Serge Gnabry had fluffed his lines.

Sane almost made it three late on when he climbed to meet Matthias Ginter’s cross but his header came back off the post. Germany wasn’t that efficient but need not have worried as they climbed above the Netherlands into second in Group C behind Northern Ireland. Their qualifying run continues on Tuesday when they face Estonia.

Euro 2020 qualifying: Germany gets the job done in Belarus
Euro 2020 qualifying: Germany gets the job done in Belarus

Possible line-up: Germany

Neuer Klostermann, Ginter, Sule, Schulz Kimmich, G√ľndogan, Goretzka Gnabry, Reus, Sane.

Possible line-up: Belarus

Gutor Shitov, Martynovich, Polyakov, Volodko Maevski, Kislyak Nekhaychik, Dragun, Stasevich Gordeychuk.

Low misses out:

Germany will be without Joachim Low for the games against Belarus and Estonia after the head coach was taken to hospital following an accident involving a dumbbell. As a result assistant, Marcus Sorg will take charge.

Sorg Said. “We want to pick up six points set the standard in the group and go into the break as group leaders with nine points.”

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