Not even Hansi Flick works miracles. It was proven in his fourth game as a German coach against Romania, a combined that, as happened in the recent European Championship, uncovered the deficiencies that the Germans still have in defense. His power in attack ended up turning the initial point of Hagi and to add his fourth consecutive victory under the orders of Flick, but This 2-1 once again showed how much the Mannschaft needs to improve back to fight for titles again. For the moment, he remains the leader of Group J in the World Cup classification and could seal his ticket to Qatar on Monday against North Macedonia. Not so bad.
The last minute loss of Neuer due to problems in the abductor opened the doors of the eleven to the culé Ter Stegen, who lived another difficult afternoon, this time with his team. The Mannschaft, with Reus instead of Müller as playmaker, took over the ball, but suffered a great deal against it. After what the referee will annul a penalty (nonexistent) in favor of the Germans after consulting with the VAR, Radoi’s men began to steal and run, an approach that did a lot of damage to the still fragile local rear. In one of these cons received Ianis Hagi, son of the mythical Gheorghe, danced to Rüdiger and Kehrer to silence the Hamburg stands with a toe shot. Romania ahead on the scoreboard.
Germany closed spaces and began to translate the method Flick on the North German turf: accumulation of players in rival field and direct play. It was a siege that led to numerous occasions, most of them to Gnabry, but not in the tie. While, Romania continued to search for the counter that would sentence the first victory in German lands in its entire history. Had it Puscas. He forgave. Quite the opposite Gnabry, who insisted and got the deserved reward in a right cross from the front that put the tables. He gave wings to his own. It was for the comeback Germany. And he found it after a harassment and demolition that ended in the victory, the work of the eternal Müller. It never fails.
Cristian Manea (49 ‘, Andrei Burca), Alexandru maxim (59 ‘, Ianis Hagi), Ivan (59 ‘, Valentin Mihaila), Müller (66 ‘, Timo Werner), Kai havertz (66 ‘, Marco Reus), Cristian Albu (81 ‘, Stanciu), Alexandru Mitrita (82 ‘, George Puscas), Lukas klostermann (84 ‘, Jonas Hofmann), Karim Adeyemi (88 ‘, Sane)
0-1.8 ‘: Ianis Hagi, 1-1, 51 ‘: Gnabry, 2-1, 80 ‘: Müller
Stanciu (40 ‘, Yellow) Andrei Ratiu (58 ‘, Yellow) George Puscas (79 ‘, Yellow) Thilo Kehrer (86 ‘, Yellow