The traditional battle between England vs. Germany
The traditional and sensitive battle between the national teams of England and Germany was accompanied by a 2-0 victory of England to reach the quarterfinals of Euro 2020.
The crucial match started at 20:30 on Tuesday in the round of 16 of Euro 2020 at Wembley Stadium in London, and England won 2-0 with goals scored in the second half.
The traditional and always sensitive match between England and Germany was judged by Danny McCully from the Netherlands.
The game started with Germany dominating the field in the middle of the field and England only turned to defense in the first minutes. Over time, the British performed better and moved closer to the German Gate. For a few minutes, the team led by Gareth Southgate put pressure on the opponent using multiple wings and passes.
In the 31st minute, “Timo Werner” faced one-on-one with “Pickford”, which was well controlled by the English goalkeeper. The game was very fast and both teams worked hard to reach the goal. In the final seconds of the first half, “Harry Kane” was in a great position to score, and his procrastination was accompanied by a great tackle by “Mats Hummels” to save the German goal. At the beginning of the second half, Pickford blocked Kai Hutters’ heavy shot with a spectacular reaction.
England continued to dominate the field well, and in the 75th minute, their proper teamwork was accompanied by a ground pass by Luke Shaw and a finishing shot by Raheem Sterling to help England score. In the 80th minute, Stirling’s strange mistake put Thomas Müller in a great position, but the experienced German striker could not score.
In the 85th minute, a great pass from “Jack Garlish”, who came on as a substitute, was accompanied by a header by “Harry Kane”, and the Lions scored the second goal. However, after 20 years, England was able to win an official match against Germany and reach the quarter-finals.