Netherlands 3: 0 Germany Uefa Nations League
Venue: Johan Cruijff Arena
Goals from Virgil van Dijk, Memphis Depay and Georginio Wijnaldum condemned Germany to a serious Uefa Nations League defeat by the Netherlands.
Van Dijk's header from the corner of team-mate Wijnaldum gave the visitors the lead after 29 minutes before Memphis Depay's late goals and Liverpool midfielder Ronald Koeman scored the win.
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That's all from us tonight.
We will come back on Monday England decisive game against Spain in that Uefa Nations League.
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FULL TIME | Netherlands 3: 0 Germany
A devastating defeat for Joachim Low's team, such as van Dijk, Depay and Wijnaldum, brings more misery to the former world champions.
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90 + 2 minutes: Wijnaldum brings more misery for Germany!
It's a brilliant goal by the midfielder as he leaves Boateng on the ground and makes a powerful shot in the corner. The home team does not trust their eyes – what a win that is for Ronald Koeman's side!
The striker almost had his second goal in many minutes and would have gone one on one with Neuer, but his heavy blow comes back from the wood. He is a thorn in the eye for Germany tonight.
There will be three additional minutes.
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86 minutes: Depay wins it safe for the Netherlands!
Marten de Roon plays Promes an exquisite ball and he runs on the right with Depay in the middle. He makes no mistake with the low cross and Depay, with the help of a distraction from Neuer, pushes it into the net. Germany is headed for an expensive defeat.
82 minutes: Germany want a penalty, and it looks like Promter's Ginter is stumbling in the pits, but referee Cuneyt Cakir continues to play. The Netherlands got away with a …
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80 minutes: The home team wins the ball high above Depay, who plays in Wijnaldum, but he rolls over the crossbar. This was a good opportunity for the Dutch to bring the game out of sight – judging by Koeman's reaction, he knows it too.
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77 minutes: Frenkie de Jong was very impressive tonight in the heart of the Dutch midfield, and the youngster goes home with applause from home support. Nathan Ake will replace him.
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76 minutes: Depay skips Hector and then Boateng, but his shot is dropped by Neuer.
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74 minutes: Draxler wins a free kick for about 30 yards and Kroos chooses the goal. However, it jumps far and the Netherlands can breathe easily.
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69 minutes: The ball falls gently to Draxler, who hits a mighty volley inch over the bar.
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67 minutes: Changes in abundance as both sides try to achieve their goals.
Babel jogs after an impressive performance and continues to Quincy Promes, while Groeneveld takes the place of Bergwijn.
For Germany, Julian Brandt provides for some creativity, meaning Uth's debut ends without a goal.
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65 min: Sane misses a sitter!
Kimmich slips through a defensive split pass to Sane, who strives for power instead of finesse and wastes his effort far from the target. What a great opportunity this was for the young winger.
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62 minutes: Sane looks lively as he plays de Ligt, but the young Dutchman does well to block the cross.
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57 minutes: Joachim Low does not muck around here. Muller is withdrawn and completely ignores his manager before he goes to the bank. Emre Can also makes room, Leroy Sane and Julian Draxler come into the game.
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53 minutes: Mats Hummels is unmarked on defense and hits the corner of Kroos with a good header, but Babel is there to get in the way.
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49 minutes: Dumfries tries his luck from a distance and hits it well, but Neuer gets a hand to send it to the corner.
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48 minutes: Werner passes Muller a goal-oriented cross, which has only one foot to grasp, but somehow escapes him the ball.
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head to head
These two teams have met 40 times, including three at World Championships and five at European Championships. Germany has won 15 games, 15 of them in a draw and the Dutch win the other ten.
Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger has retired from the German national squad with a groin injury, as has Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz, and Juventus midfielder Emre Can has been in action for the first time in nearly a year.
Joachim Low will also miss Manchester City star Ilkay Gundogan and Marco Reus from Borussia Dortmund.
Ronald Koeman has dismissed the Roma youngster Justin Kluivert from a squad with four new faces.
Brighton's midfielder, Davy Propper, defeated West Ham on Friday, but Koeman has decided not to substitute.