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Denmark - Germany
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Two lovely goals, two great saves; for a friendly, that wasn't that bad. Denmark will travel to Khazakhstan annoyed but with confidence, while I reckon Germany will feel they've a chance against San Marino.
Full-time: Denmark 1-1 Germany
There shall be three added minutes.
WHAT A GOAL! Denmark 1-1 Germany (Kimmich) Kimmich, a fabulous talent, has been quiet tonight, but when Younes slings a cross sin from the left and the headed clearance hits Stindl, he flimgs himself into an overhead kick that flies past Ronnow. Brilliant opportunism.
Denmark have been pretty untroubled here, save two headers from corners. Though it's fair to point out that this is a proper 2nd XI they're facing.
Age Hareide is literally bursting out of his shirt. You won't like him when he's angry....
Draxler is doing his best to force the issue, burrowing into the Denmark defence at inside-left. But Schone is there to block him off, lumping the ball forward for good measure.
Germany are struggling to get anything going, so Demirbay, after pursuing and unloading Braithwaite, lets fly at goal from 25 yards. The ball flies miles away from any old where.
i'd agree with this; easily Germany's best player tonight.
Off goes Goretzka, on comes Demirbay.
Two changes for Denmark: Dolberg ris on for Jorgensen and Poulsen is replaced by Vibe.
Germany win a free-kick right on the edge of the box, left of centre, which Draxler curls lowish towards the far post; jumping and turning slighty, Jorgensen catches it with his forearm, plastered to his side, and the cost of a corner. There are shouts for penalty, but the ref rightly says no.
Not pertinent to this game, but the Independent are reporting that Romelu Lukaku is moving to Chelsea, having "snubbed" Manchester United. As a fan of the latter, I am pleased.
The cameras show us a fat man pointing to the name "DOLBERG" on the back of his shirt before cutting to actual Dolberg, who is about to come on. It's pretty hard to tell the two apart.
Demark are sitting back now and Germany are trying to move them about, but without much success.
Can moseys across the face of the box from left to right, unloading a shot that hangs in the air and flies just past the far post.
Two changes for Germany: off go Ginter and Wagner, one come Younes and Brandt.
Denmark make good their getaway while the going's good, removing Eriksen and replacing him wih Lerager. Durmisi and Stryger also depart, with Sorensen and someone else coming on.
after that little pocket of pressure, Denmark break, Zanka crossing from the left for Braithwaite but Sule hitchkicking in to tackle.
This next corner is from the right and Ginter meets it beautifully, running towards the near post to glance a header towards the middle of the goal; Ronnow reacts quickly to turn it over the bar.
Germany win a corner down the left, swung out by Hector, and Sule's looping header is turned over the top.
Can replaces Rudy.
Emre Can is readying himself. I hope his hair is ready to cope with the rain; it certainly looks prepared.
Denmark are right on top here - Germany can't get anything going.
Another excellent save from Trapp! Durmisi turns rudy inside and out then snaps a cross into the middle of the box ... Poulsen and Hector both slide in, and the ricochet is tipped over by the keeper!
Zanka and Jorgensen combine outside the box, so Rudiger pulls down the former as he looks to break into the box and collect the return. There's a conference around the ball before the free-kick as though Eriksen isn't just shooting, and then he does, wafting high over the bar.
Denmark move the ball from centre to right, and Jorgensen knocks back and infield to Eriksen. From the corner of the box, he whips towards the far post, but the ball sails just wide.
Again Germany get down the left, and Hector's low cross is dangerous, looking for Wagner at the near post. But Vestergaard does just enough to bang it clear.
All perfectly normal.
Off we go again, with two changes for Denmark: Schone replaces Kvist, and Zanka Jorgensen replaces ... er ... I'm not sure I'm afraid.
Back come the chaps.
Germany have had most of the play, all the more so after Denmark scored, but haven't really created a decent chance, let alone forced Ronnow into a difficult save. Trapp, on the other hand, has made a belter.
Half-time: Denmark 1-0 Germany
Draxler (c), who's been quiet, nips towards the box and slides wide to Hector, who tries a pull-back, but misses Goretzka's arrival into the box and Durmisi crowds out Kimmich.
This is Malta's first win in four years. They're on a roll!
Ginter races across the face of the Denmar box from left to right before uncorcking a sllce which flies past the far post.
Er, not sure they're reading.
It's all Germany now, draxler powering a low skidder towards the far corner from 20 yards out ... Ronnow turns round the post and eventually the corner is cleared.
Lovely reverse-pass from Ginter, clipped over the defence and finding Goretzka alone inside the box as the defence moved up. But it's a tricky one to control, coming over his left shoulder onto his left foot, and he can only drag his attempted shot behind, close to the near post.
Again, Goretzka finds space and from 25 yards, left of centre, tries a curler. Ronnow has to leap across his goal to palm over the the top, but would've looked a right charlie letting it in.
Germany find space down the right and the ball finds its way infield to Kimmich. He spies Wagner's run and slides a pass to meet it, but the ensuing low shot is blocked clear by Vestergaard.
Hector tries another ball across, and when it's deflected back to him, skews a shot across goal.
Germany make several attempts at getting down the left, led by Hector, and eventually he slides a pass into the box, flicked by Stindl into the path of Wagner. He then lays inside to Goretzka, and again his swivel and shot finishes up too close to Ronnow to be any bother.
Germany win three consecutive corners down the right, the last of which is headed clear by Jorgensen at the the front post. They're struggling to make an impression here, with none of the sharp passing that one expects.
Goretzaka looks Germany's most likely threat, and he works space outside the box to swivel into a low shot, which is too close to Ronnow.
Denmark are into this now, and work toe ball from the leftflank inside to Stryger. With no one near him, he tees himself up and wallops a shot straight at Trapp. That's six shots to Denmark, versus Germany's none.
Braithwaite stretches his legs down the left and crosses low from the by-line, but Rudiger is on hand to avert the potential danger.
Yeah lads, that's all that happened there.
GOAL! Denmark 1-0 Germany (Eriksen) He is playing with so much confidence at the moment! Ginter plays a silly pass from out on the right touchline into the middle, Sule manages not to control it, Rudiger's headed clearance arrives into the path of Eriksen, and he drives first-time - into the ground, it must be said - but when you're hot, you're hot, and the ball skids and flies inside Trapp's near post.
Trapp, incidentally, is making his debut tonight, though as far as I know is not known by the dressing room nickname "Von".
What a save Trapp! Denmark win a free-kick on the left and Eriksen delivers a typically menacing ball into the box which Vestergaard meets with a leaping volley, eight yards out. The connection is true, too, but Trapp flings up a strong arm to prang the ball over the top, and eventually the eventuating corner is cleared.
Bit of possession from Germany, Ginter stepping out with the ball, which is eventually laid back by Kimmich for Goretzka. Just outside the box, he curls a cross into the middle seeking Wagner, whose forehead can't quite reach it.
Denmark are knocking the ball about pleasantly enough, but don't seem replete with penetrative ideas.
This is an exceedingly quiet opening.
What did the angry German football fan say?
Die die mannschaft!
Hector sashays forward and leaps to control a pass dead classily, only for it to bounce off his shin and behind. Everyon inside the ground chuckles.
Nice square pass from Stindl, out on the left, and the ball passes across the width of the pitch to Goretzka, who finds Draxler down the line. His cross misses everyone, but quicly the ball is back down the right and Ronnow has to dive to punch clear Kimmich's cross.
There are a lot of players packed into the middle third of the pitch at the moment but then Denmark get the wide to Stryger on the right. He finds Eriksen further forward, whose cross is turned away by Rudiger.
Immediately, Demark go long - what they need is a trip to hang out with the Royal Marines.
Off we go!
Germany are playing 3-5-2; it really is remarkable how even the worst things - tight jeans, plimsols, the name Alfred - come back into fashion.
There appears to be boozing taking place im the stands. It'll never catch on.
People in the dugout with arms around during the national anthem; really?
Lucky I'm fluent in Dutch, or doing this game would be a bit of a struggle. Ajax Amsterdam allez allez.
Khazakhstan away though, what a fixture. When Astana were in the Champions League, informed my wife that if my team drew them, there was literally nothing that would prevent me from schlepping to that. Sadly and fortunately, they did not.
And Denmark really need a win; they're on seven points, the same as Montenegro who are second; Poland already look certain to finish top, having rustled up 13 points from their five games so far.
So an experimental selection from Germany who, after all, only play San Marino at the weekend. Denmark, on the other hand, face Khzakhstan in Khzakhstan on Saturday - I hope they don't regret making Christian Eriksen do yet more running.
Teams given in number order, not position order. Why? WHY?
Evening all! Who's been missing football? You, me, them, everybody, everybody.