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Italy 1-1 Germany: Actions and first impressions

The first is the visual

  • Substitution changed Germany dramatically, especially the addition of Jonas Hofmann to Benjamin Henrichs. Hofmann probably found his place in the XI starting today, he was a game changer when he came.
  • Leroy Sane and Serge Gnabry remain fragmentary pieces. It looks like Hansi Flick has taken on the challenges Bayern faced last season, and it looks like he is not about to end them.
  • Thilo Kehrer should not play England next week. He’s not good enough to go back to the left. Hansi Flick should stop being unreliable for the young man and start letting David Raum get more chances.

Full time: Italy 1-1 Germany.


72 ‘- OBJECTIVE! Kimmich is making 1-1 right away!


70 ‘- Goal! Pellegrini goals! Germany on the way to losing their first game under Hansi.


58 ‘- Contributors: Musiala and Hofmann on Sane and Henrichs.


45 ‘- The second phase is moving!


Visualization and analysis for half the time

  • A sad look for Bayern Munich fans. Serge Gnabry and Leroy Sane in particular have been bad.
  • Germany has done well in the fight against football. However, the passage has been erroneous and opportunities have not been taken. Flick will want to make some changes in half the time.
  • This return change is not working. Kehrer and Henrichs fail to advance the ball and are repeatedly caught by Italy on the sidelines. Replacing them would be the best decision in Germany.

45 ‘- Half, however 0-0.


34 ‘- Scamacca hits the post! Italy and Germany have been compared so far, but they could have improved the scales if they had entered.


Start: We are going to Bologna!


One hour to begin: We have teams! Looks like Flick went with Thomas Muller and Timo Werner on top, with Serge Gnabry and Leroy Sane on the wings. Benjamin Henrichs starts back to the right.


The UEFA Nations League is a good idea. Instead of wasting summer with a team of worthless friends during the World Cup, Germany could test itself against some of the best teams in the world, including Italy.

Although the Azzurri may not have qualified in Qatar in 2022, they are still the ruling Euro elite, making them a formidable foe to test his team’s preparations so far. A permanent Bayern Munich team will be present at the game, such as Thomas Muller, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka, Manuel Neuer, and others. He has been joined by German players from Chelsea, as well as players from various European clubs. With Bayern being the backbone of this German side, it will be interesting to see how they can be under Flick against the right opponent.


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Match Info

Location: Stadio Renato Dall’Ara, Bologna, Italy

Group: 8:45 pm local time, 2:45 pm EST

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