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Germany V France - As it happened.

Matt Morley by Matt Morley @rfutbol - 0 2,308

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Official line-ups for the international friendly between Germany and France. BeSoccer

Germany V France - As it happened.

Matt Morley by Matt Morley @rfutbol - 0 2,308

Join us for live updates of the international friendly match between Germany and France.

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93'
FT: Germany 2-2 France. Lars Stindl's late goal earns Germany a well deseved draw after Alexandre Lacazette had twice given the visitors a lead.
93'
GOAL! GERMANY! Stindl! Ozil finds Gotze on the edge of the box and he helps the ball into the path of Stindl who rolls it past Mandanda to earn his side a draw.
89'
What a chance for Martial on the counter. Kylian Mbappe finds the forward on the edge of the box unmarked but he can only firely tamely straight at Kevin Trapp.
87'
Wagner goes into the book for a late barge on Pavard.
86'
Varane is on hand to tidy up after Mandanda parries a powerful low cross from the right.
84'
Sandro Wagner replaces Timo Werner.
83'
Werner volleys over as he looks to level things once again.
83'
Stindl replaces Can for Germany.
82'
Layvin Kurzawa replaces Lucas Digne for France.
75'
Antoine Griezmann comes on for AlexandreLacazeete for France, whilst Sebatian Rudy replaces Sami Khedira for Germany.
71'
GOAL! FRANCE! Lacazette! Oh it's terrible defending, Mbappe slips Lacazette in and he makes no mistake, firing across Trapp to give France the lead once again. Where were the German centre-halves?
70'
Bar! Toni Kross sees a free kick from 25 yards crash back off the crossbar! So close!
65'
Mario Gotze replaces Ilkay Gundogan for the hosts.
64'
Pavard and N'Zonzi replace Jallet and Matuidi for France.
62'
Varane almost directs a cross from the left into his own net. Germany well on top now.
56'
GOAL! GERMANY! Werner! The hosts strike on the counter. Ozil carries the ball forward and finds the perfect pass to set Werner away down the left. The RB Leipzig striker waits for Mandanda to come out and meet him before slipping the ball underneath him and into the back of the net.
55'
Mbappe fires over with a speculative effort from range.
53'
What a chance! Draxler skips past Jallet down the left and crosses low but Rudiger can only prod an effort wide from six yards when completely unmarked!
51'
Germany have pinned France back in the early stages of this second half but they've got nothing to show for it so far.
46'
France get us back underway!
46'
Rudiger replaces Hummels for the hosts.
45'
HT: Germany 0-1 France. The visitors lead at the break thanks to that goal from Alexandre Lacazette.
45'
1 minute added on.
44'
Mbappe rolls the ball wide from just inside the Germany box.
41'
Werner is denied by Mandanda as he looks to find the far corner from just inside the box.
40'
Draxler tries his luck from range but it is easy for Mandanda.
38'
Werner is inches away from latching onto a through ball but he can't quite get there and Varane tidies up.
33'
GOAL! France! Lacazette! Digne finds Martial on the edge of the box and the United man skips past two challenges before squaring the ball to Lacazette for a tap in. Great work from Martial, Lacazette couldn't miss!
33'
Mbappe shows good feet inside the box to skip away from two defenders, only to be denied by Trapp. France arguably looking the more likely at the moment.
32'
Hummels hacks away Martial's cross from the left from in front of Lacazette as France crank up the pressure.
28'
Umtiti does excellently to block away a goalbound effort at one end before Mbappe is denied a shot on goal at the other. Could this one be about to open up?
25'
Hard to say which way this one will go at the moment, with neither side yet to create a real gilt-edged chance.
19'
Lacazette skips away from Hummels 30 yards out before unleashing an effort from range but Trapp is able to palm it away for a corner.
18'
Hummels in his eagerness to get on the end of the ball starts his run too early and strays offside.
17'
Lacazette trips Kroos and the hosts have the chance to use their aeriel prowess.
13'
France are growing into this one now with Hummels being forced into a fine challenge on Mbappe to prevent him getting a clear sight of goal.
8'
Matuidi meets Jallet's cross from the byline but he volleys into the side-netting.
6'
France finally manage to muster a foray forward but their first cross from the right is cleared away before the second from the left is gathered by Trapp.
3'
Mandanda has to be alert to save a Mesut Ozil effort with his feet, though the flag had gone up against Timo Werner.
2'
Germany threaten early on as Khedira finds Werner just inside the box but Umtiti makes a great challenge to ease the danger.
1'
Germany get us underway here!
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The players are gathering in the tunnel ahead of this one.
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Germany haven't lost in 20 games, though their last defeat came against 'Les Bleus' in the semi-final of Euro 2016. Hope?
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The RheinEnergieSTADION looks in fine nick ahead of this one:
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Germany: Trapp, Can, Hummels, Süle, Plattenhardt, Khedira, Kroos, Gündogan, Özil, Draxler, Werner.
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France: Mandanda, Digne, Umtiti, Varane, Jallet, Matuidi, Rabiot, Tolisso, Martial, Lacazette, Mbappe.
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Hello and welcome! Both these sides will no doubt be among the favourites to lift next summer's World Cup, meaning that we should be in for a feast of footblal this evening.
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