Germany's unconvincing start into their Euro 2016 qualifier continue as this midweek they failed to pick up all three points against Republic of Ireland.
Playing at home, Der Panzer were determined in snatching a win to redeem themselves after getting beaten by Poland in previous fixture.
The home side made a positive start on that tie as they dominated possession and created several opportunities early on.
Despite their dominant play, Germany can't seem able to consistently break down their opponent's defense especially during the first 45 minutes.
After a goalless first 45 minutes, Joachim Low's men finally manage to break the dead lock with a lovely effort from Toni Kroos on 71 minutes.
However, that lead was eventually canceled out when Ireland grabbed a late equalizing goal through John O'Shea's finish.