New Chelsea bomber Timo Werner is disappointed that Germany failed to overcome Spain in the UEFA Nations League

Germany must be complacent in drawing against Spain.

Timo Werner almost became the winner of the German national team in the UEFA Nations League against Spain but his team conceded in the final minutes of the match. This made him very irritated.

The new Chelsea striker, who has just completed his move from RB Leipzig, scored his beautiful goal with three touches before landing the ball into the net that was guarded by David de Gea. However, his goal was replied to in the dying minutes of the match by Spanish midfielder Josep Gaya.

The draw upset the 24-year-old striker. “It’s annoying because we gave our all in the match, we worked hard,” Werner said after the match. “After that goal we allowed ourselves to be attacked too much.”

The results of the match made Die Mannschaft still looking for their first victory in the UEFA Nations League, previously they recorded two draws and two defeats.

Germany coach Joachim Low, commented on his players after the match. “I am satisfied to see our game. The whole team contributed until the end of the match. “

“It was an intense and fierce match. Both teams try hard in the match. “

“For me, the most important thing is not to let Spain control the game and in my opinion our team creates more chances. In the second half it was very difficult to keep the pressure off. “

Atalanta defender and star Robin Gosens, made his debut with Germany, after he was involved in the goal scored by Werner. After the match he revealed on UEFA.com. “This is a special night, my first debut. Playing with three defenders, just like I did at Atalanta, it makes it easier. “

“My job is to close the left flank and I’m happy to do that.”

The next match that Low’s squad will play is against Switzerland on Sunday (6/9), with Die Mannschaft aiming for a six-game unbeaten run against the team that Ukraine beat 2-1.

Meanwhile, Spain coach Luis Enrique, believes his team deserves a score against Germany.

“Of course, there are many things that need to be improved. We are very happy tactically, “he said.

“From the start of the match, we didn’t care who the enemy was or what the pitch was, we had a lot of chances. For me this result is very fair. “

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