The Germans put up another worrying display against Swiss.
The Germans entered the game in search of their first-win; however, Swiss proved to be too good.
Ilkay Gundogan’s opening goal was flattering to deceive as Swiss continued to dominate in the opening half of the game.
Haris Seferovic was complacent before the goal as he squandered many chances to put his side on level terms.
However, Swiss’ effort paid off after Silvan Widmer scored the equalizer in the 57th minute, which was also the final goal of the game.
It was another disappointing display from the 2014 World Cup winners, who are yet to find their first win in the competitions.
Bernd Leno was constantly tested throughout the game, but the Arsenal Goalkeeper came up with an impressive display.
The frontline of Germany was out of sorts as they failed to maximize the efforts as they did against Spain in the previous encounter.
Joachim Low has been put under scrutiny following the two draws despite Germans scoring the first goal in both the games.
Low persisted with the same line up that he fielded against the Spaniards, leaving youngsters like Florian Neuhaus and Serdar on the bench.
It remains to be seen how the Germans would respond in the upcoming games of the Nations League after a poor start to the campaign.