Germany show no mercy to Italy and claim first UEFA Nations League victory with a landslide victory

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After drawing their first three matches in Group 3 of League A, Germany took on Italy with a clear mission to celebrate their first European Nations League victory, and they ran ruthlessly on the Azurra .

Timo Werner netted a brace and Ilkay Gundongan scored from the penalty spot for Germany's resounding thrashing.
© GettyTimo Werner netted a brace and Ilkay Gundongan scored from the penalty spot for Germany’s resounding thrashing.

The UEFA Nations League this Tuesday, June 14 was the bearer of a promise of a great match for football fans, since by the Date 4 of Group 3 in League A it was his turn Germany will receive Italy in the Borussia Park Monchengladbachand although the big match did not take place, the locals put on a show.

The team led by Hansi Flick faced the students of Roberto Mancini with the obligation to win and thus be able to add their first three points in the continental tournament, since in the three initial dates they only had draws . So they went out to play with everything to get rid of their anger.

And that was demonstrated from the start of the game, as the opening of the account came as the initial whistle had just sounded thanks to a goal from Joshua Kimmich in the 10th minute, but the hosts were not satisfied and wanted to get into the break. with more advantage.

Thus, at 45 + 4 ‘a childish offense committed by Alessandro Bastoni on Jonas Hofmann earned the referee of the match to award a penalty to the Germans. Thus, Ilkay Gündogan kicked and made it 2-0 with which the first half ended.

However, it was far from all the action the game would see and the Germans were just saving the best for last. Thus, barely at the start of the second half of the match, only six minutes passed for Thomas Müller to bring the score to 3-0 at 51′. Bucket of cold water that hit the Italians deep.

Indeed, later, in the 68th minute, Timo Werner wrote his name on the scoreboard to make it 4-0. And just 60 seconds later, in the 69th minute, he scored again to seal the 5-0 victory. Of course, the Italians reacted, although too late.

Indeed, in the 78th minute, it was Wilfried Gnonto who scored the 5-1 to be expected, and in the 90+4′ Bastoni also scored. Thus, the final score ended 5-2 in favor of Germany, who celebrated a tremendous victory as well as their first three points in the competition.

With that, Group 3 of League A ended up with Hungary as the sole leader with 7 points, Germany in second place with 6 points, Italy in third place with 5 points and England with only 2 units was the last.

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A Germany under pressure will have to get the three points this Tuesday against Italy at Borussia Park in Mönchengladbach. The match corresponding to date 4 of the UEFA Nations League captures a complicated Teutonic team, since they still do not know victories in the continental competition.

Without a doubt, This is the most equal group so far in the competition, with the four contending countries separated by three points after the midpoint of the group stage. For the same, a German victory could be worth goldtaking into account the results which are given date after date.

The Germans have just equalized a goal against Hungary in Budapest. A result that did not help them so much, since they could not get closer to the head of the group and they could not overtake Hungary either, who walks to a surprising second place.

On the Italian side, the Lombards traveled to London to face the English team. Where they got a bitter 0-0 draw but which allows the team managed by Roberto Mancini to keep the top of the zone, although without being able to make the difference in front of his pursuers.

Day and time: When does Germany vs. Italy play?

Germany v Italy play this Tuesday, June 14 at 2:45 p.m. Chilean hours.

Transmission: Where to watch Germany v Italy live on TV or STREAMING?

The match will not be televised nationwide, however, you can watch the match live and stream on STAR+.

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