Germany demolishes Italy (5-2)

Min. 90 +3: GOAL! Germany 5-2 Italy

Another consolation goal for Italy, when Bastoni heads the ball into the corner.

Min. 90 +3: Neuer manages an amazing save with one hand to repel Dimarco’s incredible shot from 25 meters.

Min. 90: Stach also has an instant impact, but can’t target his shot from a drop.

Min. 88: Jonathan Tah and Anton Stach both replace Niklas Sule and Gundogan. There was also a short break when a few fans entered the field.

Min. 85: Dimarco does well to lift the ball into the field on the left wing and then passes it to Barella, but his cross is weak.

Min. 83: Kimmich commits a foul against Gnonto in the middle of the pitch. The talented teenager was one of the few bright sparks for Italy tonight.

Min. 78: GOAL! Germany 5-1 Italy

Gnonto, the 18-year-old from FC Zurich, finds the back of the net to give Italy a consolation goal. He hits from a short distance after saving Neuer from Dimarco’s initial shot from the left.

Min. 76: Schamaccha, who has 16 goals in Serie A this season, starts, but feels a little too late.

Min. 74: Markers Muller and Werner are taken out with Jamal Musiala and Lukas Nmecha.

Min. 69: GOAL! Germany 5-0 Italy

Donnarumma plays the ball through and the ball goes wide. What a mess behind Italy!

Min. 68: GOAL! Germany 4-0 Italy

Gnabry pulls the ball away to put Werner, and Chelsea’s striker finally scores from inside the six-meter box.

Min. 67: Gundogan tries a shot on goal, but it is off-target.

Min. 66: Spinazzola is retired for Federico Dimarco from Inter Milan.

Min. 63: Barella passes Rudiger, but his shot goes wide. Serge Gnabry gives his place to Hofmann.

Min. 61: Antonio Rudiger is booked for kicking the ball away after the whistle.

Min. 59: The team of Kimmich take a throw-in in the opponent’s half of the field.

Min. 58: Sane’s run through the Italian bottom line is only offside, but Donnarumma manages a decent save from the sidelines. Germany doesn’t feel like stopping at three goals tonight …

Min. 55: Barella is convinced he scored, but Neuer manages a brilliant save. Caprari plays in Barella, who takes him around Neuer and somehow returns to take him off the line. Replays show that Barella was offside anyway, but that was in the top drawer at Neuer.

Min. 51: GOAL! Germany 3-0 Italy

Muller takes action. Spinazzola fails to clear the cross and his attempt at removal falls at Muller’s feet, hitting her behind the net for the first time in a ruthless way.

Min. 47: A huge change for Italy, Cristante is shown with some space on the edge of the box, but he shoots past the goal.

Min. 46: Double change for Italy, Gianluca Caprari and Giorgio Scalvini replace Davide Frattesi and Raspadori.

Min. 45 +3: GOAL! Germany 2-0 Italy

The ref is taking no bull today and Ilkay Gundogan is booked for complaining.

Min. 45 +2: Penalty Germany! Hofmann is hit by Alessandro Bastoni in the box and there are no complaints from the Italians there.

Min. 43: Politano is released and Luiz Felipe is making his debut in Italy.

Min. 42: Cristante is in a bit of pain because he seems to have gotten worse in a collision and shows discomfort in his ribs.

Min. 41: Another great save from the Italian shot. Sane passes to the right of Werner who touches a touch and launches a powerful shot that forces Donnarumma to knock him over the bar.

Min. 38: Thomas Muller’s fine footwork caused nothing but headaches for the home side, but the keeper made a spectacular diving save.

Min. 35: A weak effort by Nicolo Barella from the edge of the box goes just wide. The Italian looks at the grass in dismay.

Min. 33: A great attacking pass sees Werner playing Hofmann on the right and his effort for the first time causes Donnarumma to quickly go down to his left to reject him.

Min. 29: A patient corner kick from Italy ends up with a weak cross from Politano and is easily eliminated.

Min. 26: Werner finds space on the right side, but Leonardo Spinazzola blocks Werner’s shot and hits the post.

Min. 23: Cristante is lucky to escape without a card after pulling Sane’s shirt, the German escaped from him in the middle of the field.

Min. 20: Matteo Politano goes down after receiving an accidental blow in the face from David Raum’s arm when he went up for a header. The free kick is taken in the box and Bryan Cristante heads the ball over the bar.

Min. 17: Italy tries to get hold of the ball right in front of the goal.

Min. 14: Werner finds plenty of space on the left, but his focus is on everyone. Rudiger heads the ball on to a corner kick but it misses the target.

Min. 10: GOAL! Germany 1-0 Italy

Joshua Kimmich opens the scoring!

Min. 8: Great save by Manuel Neuer after receiving a great pass from the right sideline, he brought it down and banged it home past Giacomo Raspadori ‘s reach.

Min. 6: Leroy Sane has the first big real chance of the evening. Italy is caught offside, and Sane lifts the ball from the edge of the box, but shoots wide from the left post.

Min. 3: A positive start from Germany who wins the first corner. Antonio Rudiger heads the ball but it is off target. Gianluigi Donnarumma palms the ball clear.

Min. 1: Timo Werner has a fantastic effort at goal.

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