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Germany plunges Italy into doubt. The National Mannschaft wanted to reassure themselves after a complicated start to the rally, marked by three draws in as many games. It is now done after his great success against Italy. Ansi Flick’s men humiliated Italy at Borussia Park (5-1). Joshua Kimmich materialized the superiority of Hansi Flick’s men after a superb collective action (10th). Gianluigi Donnarumma then multiplied the interventions to keep his team in the game. At the end of the first period, the PSG goalkeeper had to bow on a penalty from Gundogan (45 + 2). In the second period, the German waves intensified. Thomas Müller worsened the score (51st) before Timo Werner offered himself a double, taking advantage in particular of a big error in raising Donnarumma (68th, 69th). This is Germany’s biggest victory over Italy. Only satisfaction for the Nazionale, Wilfried Gnonto scored his first goal in selection to reduce the gap and became the youngest scorer in the history of his country (78th).
What a goal from Werner! pic.twitter.com/vAM6TOtkM3
— the chain L’Équipe (@lachainelequipe) June 14, 2022
England is also experiencing one of the most difficult months of June. Like the French team, the Three Lions are still looking for their first victory in the League of Nations. At home, Harry Kane’s teammates were swept away by Hungary. Roland Sallai opened the scoring in the first period before the latter offered himself a double in the second (16th, 70th). The English sank at the end of the match when Zsolt Nagy and Daniel Gazdag worsened the score (80th, 89th,).
– Stats Foot (@Statsdufoot) June 14, 2022
On the other hand, the Netherlands and Belgium ensured. Roberto Martinez’s players won against Poland thanks to a Michy Batshuayi goal, well served by Youri Tielemans (16th). The Dutch relied on their great promises against Wales. Noa Lang (17th) and Cody Gakpo (23rd) scored for the Batavians. Brennan Johnson confirmed her good form by closing the gap (26th). At the very end of the match, the Welsh people thought they would hold the draw when Gareh Bale equalized on penalty (90 + 2nd) but Memphis Depay gave the victory to his team in completely crazy additional time (90 + 4).
The full results:
- Germany 5-1 Italy
- England 0-4 Hungary
- Netherlands 3-2 Wales
- Poland 0-1 Belgium
- Armenia 1-4 Scotland
- Bosnia 3-2 Finland
- Romania 0-3 Montenegro
- Ukraine 1-1 Ireland
- Luxembourg 2-2 Faroe Islands
- Turkey 2-0 Lithuania
- Moldova 2-1 Andorra