Germany picked up a 1-1 draw against Spain in their opening game of the UEFA Nations League.
Spain picked up a 1-1 draw against mighty Germany after Jose Gaya scored the equalizer in injury time.
The Germans hosted Luis Enrique’s side in their opening game of the Nations League Campaign.
Both sides had their chances in the opening half of the game, which ended goalless. The Spaniard perhaps struggled against the Germans’ high press, though Rodrigo missed a sitter to put his team ahead.
Timo Werner opened the account early in the second half after the debutant Gosens assisted the new Chelsea signing with a brilliant cut-back.
Joachim Low’s men looked to punish Spain on the counter with the blistering pace of Leroy Sane. Their efforts, however, went in vain.
Spain started to have more possession for the remainder of the game but proved to be inefficient in the final third.
Valencia left-back Jose Gaya found the net in the dying seconds of the game, set up by his former team-mate Rodrigo.
Thiago Alcantara was impressive throughout the game and hardly put a foot wrong. Ansu Fati also made his debut, coming in for Jesus Navas in the second half. Ferran Torres was also impressive in his first-ever game while Mikel Merino also got his minutes in his debut game.
As far as the Germans were concerned, they failed to convert a handful of opportunities in the second half.