The Barça goalkeeper saw his goal fall twice for the tricolor triumph at the Veltins Arena
Luis Díaz first and Juan Guillermo Cuadrado then gave the coffee farmers the first victory in their history against the Germans
Germany continues to fall into the abyss. The German team is not worth a Ter Stegen in top form. The culé goalkeeper could not work miracles or avoid the historic defeat against the Colombians for 0-2a coffee party that celebrates the first victory in its history against the Teutonic team -three defeats and two draws-.
Ter Stegen; Wolf (Henrichs, 46′), Rüdiger, Thiaw, Gosens; Goretzka, Can (Füllkurg, 68′); Sané, Gundogan (Kimmich, 79′), Musiala; Havertz (Marca, 79′).
Vargas; Muñoz, Mina, Lucumí, Machado; Lerma (Barrios, 77′), Uribe (Castaño, 90′); Cuadrado (Dávinson, 90′), Luis Díaz (Valoyes, 88′), Arias; I canceled (Casierra, 77′).
0-1 M.54 Luis Diaz. 0-2 M.83 Square.
Halil Umut Meler (Türkiye). TA: Füllkurg (72′), Henrichs (74′) / Lerma (11′).
Veltins Arena. Friendly. 55,000 spectators.
“Die Mannschaft” was looking to end the losing streak. Since leaving the first round of the World Cup in Qatar, Germany have only managed a win in one game, against Peru in March. From there, defeat with Belgium, draw with Ukraine and fall with Poland, giving a terrible image. Flick tried to turn the tables.
But it was noted that things would get complicated with a very solid team led by Néstor Lorenzo and who did not lose to the Argentine on the bench. After a good first half, Cuadrado’s cross from the right wing fell perfectly in the second half in the head of Luis Diaz. The one from Liverpool came up with a superb header and broke the zero at the door of the Barça goalkeeper.
Precisely, Juan Guillermo himself was tasked with extending the lead a few minutes later. A hand from Kimmich buries the hope of a drawgiving the Colombian captain the 0-2 against a defenseless Ter Stegen that could not change the course of a Flick that seems doomed.