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Happy target shooting before leaving for the EM quarters. Against hopelessly overwhelmed Latvians, the German team was able to do a little magic and strengthen their self-confidence. 7: 1 against Latvia, what a shooting festival. The problem with the relaxed kick: France will challenge the Löw troop quite differently. But at least the right opening formation has been found since Monday (June 7th).

  • Individual reviews and scores for the test match in Düsseldorf
  • Germany with Schützenfest in the test against Latvia
  • Kai Havertz is the focal point, Robin Gosens is very agile

Read the individual review of the DFB players here:

Manuel Neuer 3

Emotional greeting for the keeper when all players and supervisors stood in line for the jubilee. After that, the captain was able to enjoy his 100th international match in peace and look at the goal without a chance.

Manuel Neuer ran through the trellis of his colleagues for his 100th international match in the stadium.

Matthias Ginter 3

He initiated Germany’s first chance with a strong pass. After that, a very calm game. Has its place in the chain of three for sure.

Mats Hummels 2

This time long as the central player in the three-man chain. Always tried a few risky balls. His dream pass to Gnabry to 5-0 was a stunner.

Antonio Rüdiger 3

Clarified imagination, even went into the penalty area from time to time. But: This opponent was not a touchstone for the Chelsea professional. Tuesday it’s against Karim Benzema.

from 61.Sule 3

Moved to the center of the three-man chain, could not prevent the Latvians’ dream hit.

Joshua Kimmich 2

As expected, a lot ran down his right side. He ran and crossed non-stop, always went towards the penalty area and served Werner’s goal, for example.

Ilkay Gündogan 2

You can see the dynamics of every action. Spectacular shot to make it 2-0. His presence in midfield is good for the team.

ab 61. Can 4

Unhappy and undecided when the guests scored.

Toni Kroos 2

As usual, confident on the ball. After surviving the corona illness, visibly enjoyed it, swirling again and showed impressive passes.

Robin Gosens 1

The cheeky Bergamo professional has his EM regular place safe: agile and dangerous for goals. This boy is really fun. First international goal and one hit prepared.

from 61. Günter 3

The Freiburg resident is the first representative on the left and has overtaken Halstenberg.

Kai Havertz 1

His runs and ball treatments are a feast for the eyes. In this form he is clearly ahead of Leroy Sané. Goal assist and own goal forced.

Kai Havertz shoots the 4-0 for Germany from an acute angle.

Whirlwind Kai Havertz made it 4-0 from an acute angle.

Photo:

imago images / Matthias Koch

from 46. Werner 2

Gate blockade ended. Five minutes after being substituted on, he conjured the ball into the goal with a heel.

Thomas Müller 2

Now the returnees have also experienced their moment of success. Active as usual, tore gaps, deployed his teammates.

ab 77. Musiala –

Third international game for the jewel.

Serge Gnabry 3

For a long time the most unfortunate actor of the three-way attack. But then Hummels also served him the spectacular goal.

ab 46. Sané 3

At first it was left behind, but initially missed a huge opportunity to advertise yourself. Then he struck it after all.

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