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Germany 3-3 Switzerland: Germany makes a comeback to earn a draw

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Werner, Havertz and Gnabry scored as Germany manage to make a comeback earning a draw against Switzerland.

Germany started the game keeping maximum possession at the beginning but Switzerland made an early breakthrough when Gavranovic scored a brilliant header making the score 1-0 at the 5th minute itself. A few moments later, Switzerland scored another one at the 26th minute of the game where Freuler dropped an amazing chip ball straight to the left corner of the goal.

Switzerland were dominating the game by leading with a score line of 2-0 where Werner made a breakthrough by opening the score line for Germany by just placing the ball between the legs of the defender and straight into the nets getting a sleeky finish. When Germany thought that the game was looking to be slightly out of hands, Werner gave them a confidence to score more. The score remained 1-2 at half-time.

Second-half begins

The Germany team looked more confident as they were trying to maintain the maximum possession with the start of the 2nd half. In the 1st half, most of the possession was with Switzerland. It was hard to break the Switzerland defence where the Germany team was still trying to get a breakthrough in a hope to get another goal. There were 7-8 Switzerland players surrounding the Switzerland defence area giving least opportunities to the Germany players to pull for a shot.

Germany earned their 2nd goal by equalizing the score line by 2-2. Havertz scored his 2nd International goal for Germany.

Both the Chelsea boys made their country proud by playing an important part in the game. Just 1 minute later, Gavranovic scored another goal for Switzerland making the score line 3-2 at the 56th minute. This player had been exceptional so far. Switzerland was leading the score with very less time left for Germany to score a goal.

 

Gnabry creating a new level of excitement

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(Image Source: Twitter) Serge Gnabry

Gnabry scored an extraordinary back heel goal by taking the fullest advantage of the assist provided by Werner. This goal was an absolute delight to watch as the ball hit the back of the net with one of the best finishes of the game. Schar had been sent off in the 90th minute. There were many fouls committed as a total of 6 yellow cards were shown throughout the match.

The match ended with an amazing 3-3 draw mostly in the favour of the Germany side as they made a comeback to equalize the score and both the teams secured 1 point.

 

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