Germany's ambition to secure a spot in the knock out stages of World Cup 2014 was halted as they were held into a draw by Ghana this weekend.
Winning their first game against Portugal, Germany looking determined in snatching another three points as they put on an attacking shape since kick off.
However, Joachim Loew's men were facing difficult battle as their opponent are also keen on snatching maximum points to keep their World Cup hope alive.
After a goalless first 45 minutes, things finally opened up after the break with Germany getting themselves ahead from Mario Goetze's finish.
Ghana refused to bow down easily though as they aggressively push forward and got back on level terms through Andre Ayew's effort on 54 minutes.
The Black Stars surprisingly managed to turn things around when Asamoah Gyan scored his team's second on 64 minutes.
Defeating Germany is far from an easy job though as Loew's men proved their resilience when they drew level from Miroslav Klose's goal on 71 minutes.
No more goals were scored in the remaining minutes as both teams were forced to share a point.