Germany Ease Pass Mexico to Book Confederations Cup Final Ticket
Sending an experimental side into the Confederations Cup 2017, World Cup winner, Germany prove their strength in depth as Joachim Low’s men booked themselves a place in the final.
Der Panzer ease pass Concacaf giant, Mexico 4-1 in an exciting game which saw both sides put on an intense attacking play.
Germany made an excellent start into the tie, which proved essential for them as they were able to score two goals within the first 10 minutes of that tie, all from Leon Goretzka’s smooth finishes.
Going two goals behind, Mexico immediately raises their game as they started to dominate possession and created several dangerous opportunities.
However, their opponent continue to look dangerous on the break as Low’s team always able to find space that they can exploit.
In the second half, things got more interesting as Juan Carlos Osorio’s boys pushing much harder in search for goals.
Unfortunately, instead of pulling one back, the Central American side found themselves in more trouble as Germany added a third goal through Timo Werner on 59 minutes.
That goal didn’t reduce Mexico’s spirit as they continue to pour forward, but bad luck and poor finishing seemingly stopping them from converting their chances.
El Tri did earn themselves a consolation goal though when Marco Fabian netted home on 89 minutes, but in stoppage time, Low’s team added their fourth through Amin Younes to make it 4-1 for Germany.