The German national team in the individual review

Dhe national soccer team has its winning streak under the national coach Hansi Flick continued. In the friendly against Israel, the DFB team managed to win 2-0 (2-0) in Sinsheim on Saturday. It was the eighth win in the eighth game since Flick took office as Joachim Löw’s successor. The goals for the superior hosts were scored by Chelsea pros Kai Havertz (36th minute) and Timo Werner (45+1) in front of 25,600 spectators. Thomas Müller hit the post with a penalty just before the end. At the other end, Kevin Trapp saved an Israeli penalty in injury time.

Marc-André ter Stegen: A 45-minute stake for statistics. In his 28th international match, the Barça professional did not need the goalkeeper gloves.

Thilo Kehrer: The PSG professional always plays at Flick – this time at the back right. Israel’s goalkeeper thwarted his first international goal (61st).

Jonathan Tah: The Leverkusen gave the commands in defense. And he successfully threw himself into a shot by Hoffenheim’s Dabbur (53′).

Nico Schlotterbeck: On his debut, the Freiburger did well in building up the game and always tried to defend from the front. Class watch out Werner (35th), then also on Havertz. But then owed a penalty in stoppage time. A lack of attention that will annoy him just as much as the national coach.

David Raum: Hoffenheim was constantly moving forward on the left side of the home stadium. Beat many flanks, including the corner to 1:0. assets.

Julian Weigl: When the DFB came back after six years, he secured a deep six. Distributed balls, job fulfillment without frills. Losing the ball once while moving forward gave the Israelis their first chance of the game.

Ilkay Gundogan: The captain led the team for 45 minutes. Shot once too central. Werner extended his free kick to make it 2-0.

Julian Draxler: Flick gives the 2014 world champion another chance. Tech savvy, good at the game. Almost made it 3-0 (68th).

Kai Havertz: The Chelsea pro becomes a key player in the World Cup year. First failed at the goalkeeper (29th), then he hit his head (36th).

Jamal Musiala: The only Bayern professional in the starting XI. Did well with some fine dribbles in the tight spaces. The effectiveness was missing. Acted as a six in the second half, like in the club.

Timo Werner: The national coach trusts him – and the Chelsea striker does what is expected of him: his goal.

Kevin Trap (from 46.): Just as unemployed in goal as Ter Stegen before him. In stoppage time, he then saved a penalty from Yonatan Cohen.

Thomas Müller (from 46.): Came after the break, took the captain’s armband and made a lot of walks. And hit a penalty kick against the post (89th).

Anton Stach (from 64.): The man from Mainz, who was invited for the first time, was allowed to make his debut right away. Came true to position for Weigl. Was allowed to approach 27 minutes.

Christian Günter (from 64.): Came in for space in the second half. Not so effective offensively. Will have to fight hard for a world championship place on the left.

Leroy Sané (from 72.): Before the classic in Holland, the man from Munich only worked part-time. He then has to overheat in Amsterdam.

Luke Nmecha: The Wolfsburg center forward came late (80th) and got in the third international match nor the penalty, which Müller missed.

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