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Germany V Netherlands - As it happened.

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Pin Germany v Holland, Euro 2020 qualifiers round 5, 06/09/2019 - official line-ups. BeSoccer
Germany v Holland, Euro 2020 qualifiers round 5, 06/09/2019 - official line-ups. BeSoccer

Germany V Netherlands - As it happened.

Cecilia by Cecilia @besoccer_es - 0 2,369

Join us for live coverage of this evening's Euro 2020 qualifiers, where Germany meets Holland in the hopes of maintaining their lead in group C!

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FT: Germany 2-4 Holland. An impressive display from Koeman's men in the second half gives the Dutch a deserved victory despite Low's best efforts.
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Wijnaldum secures the points! Sule is dispossessed and the Dutch launch a quickfire counter with Depay brilliantly picking out the Liverpool midfielder, who puts it past Neuer!
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GOAAAAAAALLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THE DUTCH SCORE!!!!!!!
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Four minutes of added time!
88'
The hosts are beginning to turn the pressure on in the last few minutes. Can they equalise?
84'
A very attacking change from the Germans as Ginter is replaced by Julian Brandt for the final six minutes.
81'
Babel comes off for Ake in the last change for the Dutchmen.
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Dream debut for 20-year-old Malen! Depay feeds Wijnaldum, who very unselfishly squares the ball for Malen to volley home what could be the winner.
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GOAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLL!!!!!!! AND WHAT A GOAL IT WAS!
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CHANCE! The Dutch go straight down the other end and Malen has a great opportunity to equalise. However, the ever intimidating Neuer makes the save.
71'
Insane scenes in Hamburg! Germany equalise through a penalty!!!!
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Schulz's cross deflects off the hand of De Ligt - albeit he knew very little about it - and the referee points to the spot. The Dutch are incensed by the decision but the Germans have a great chance to equalise...
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OWN GOAL!!! THE DUTCH LEAD! Neuer does brilliantly to deny Van Dijk's powerful header but, seconds later, is helpless as Tah turns Depay's cross into his own net.
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AND ANOTHER ONE!!!!
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The Germans respond with two changes of their own. Havertz is on for Werner; Reus out, Gündogan in.
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A double substitution for Holland which took place right before the goal: De Roon out, Donyell Malen in; Dumfries out, Davy Pröpper in.
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Frenkie De Jong equalises! The Barcelona midfielder drifts into the box and beats Schulz to Babel's cross, before calmly beating Neuer to score his first senior international goal.
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GOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLL!!!!!
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ALMOST! Gnabry is whiskers away from connecting with Schulz's dangerous ball into the box, but the pressure from Blind was just about enough to put him off.
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Yellow card for De Roon! The harsh challenge on Kroos means he misses Holland's next game.
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Second half underway!
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HT: Germany 1-0 Holland. Low's men are winning thanks to a smart strike from current Germany wonder boy Gnabry, while Koeman's men a struggling to find the equaliser. See you in 15 min!
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GREAT SAVE! Cillessen to the rescue for the Dutch, who switch off at the back once again. Reus finds himself in acres of space in the box and it takes magnificent reflexes to deny him.
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The Germans remain 1-0 to the good and, as things stand, will go top of Group C ahead of their showdown with current leaders Northern Ireland on Monday.
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And indeed, Memphis Depay and Kimmich go into the book.
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The Dutch get angry over Kimmich's challenge on De Ligt. Fighting and pushing ensues. The referee holds a yellow card...
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The Dutch are providing a good passes but just cannot quite turn it into an equaliser at the moment. De Ligt wins another header on this occasion, but Neuer saves.
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Germany launches a quickfire counter with Gnabry attempting an ambitious chip from range, but he does not quite execute it as well and Cillessen makes a comfortable save.
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First real chance for Koeman's men! De Ligt climbs towards the German defence, but his header is off target.
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More stats for you! The Netherlands have conceded a goal in the first 15 minutes of the match in each of their last three games against Germany: 9’ Werner (19 November, 2018) 15’ Sané (24 March, 2019) 9’ Gnabry (6 September, 2019). Not a good look.
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Babel drifts into the area as he looks to connect with a dangerous ball into the German box, but the home defence are alert and prevent the Dutchman from getting close.
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Germany look to press home their advantage at the other end and are awarded a free-kick 25 yards from goal. Kroos stands over the ball but cannot quite keep his effort down.
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The Dutch seem lost after that goal. They look to respond straight away but Dumfries gets his cross all wrong and it goes aimlessly behind for a goal kick.
11'
Some stats for you! Gnarby continues his clinical spell on the international scene. That is now four goals in four qualifying games and his eighth overall in just his ninth cap.
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In their first bit of possession in the game, Germany manages to push through Holland's defense - Van Dijk and De Ligt, no less. Klostermann breaks the offside trap as Promes is caught napping and, although he shoots straight at Cillessen, Gnabry is quickly on the scene to fire home the rebound.
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GOALLLLLLLL!!!
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The Dutch currently dominating possession, but Germany are starting to pick up the pace and cause some trouble.
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Save! Babel pounces on Schulz's sloppy pass and drives forward before finding Depay. The Lyon forward cuts inside and lets fly with a powerful strike, but Neuer beats the ball away.
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The familiarity within the Netherlands side is evident as they quickly settle on the ball. These players clearly know each other. Of today's starting line-up, 10 began their Nations League final defeat against Portugal last time out.
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AND WE'RE OFF!
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We are minutes away from kick off at the Volksparkstadion in Hamburg!
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Today's game is bound to be interesting, as both will be looking for glory next summer but will first have to negotiate their tricky qualifying group.
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Joachim Low has an in-form attacking trio at his disposal today. Serge Gnabry and Marco Reus have scored three goals in their opening three qualifiers, while Timo Werner will operate in a central role. Toni Kroos wins his 93rd cap in the heart of midfield alongside Joshua Kimmich and Nico Schulz, who scored the winner when these nations met in Amsterdam in March.
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Germany starting XI: Manuel Neuer; Lukas Klostermann, Niklas Sule, Jonathan Tah, Matthias Ginter; Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos, Nico Schulz; Serge Gnabry, Timo Werner, Marco Reus.
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Holland starting XI: Jasper Cillessen; Denzel Dumfries, Matthijs de Ligt, Virgil van Dijk, Daley Blind; Marten de Roon, Georginio Wijnaldum, Frenkie de Jong; Quincy Promes, Memphis Depay, Ryan Babel.
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Let's take a look at the line-ups...
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Hello and welcome to our minute to minute coverage of this evening's Euro 2020 qualifiers, where Germany meets Holland in the hopes of maintaining their lead in group C!
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