Germany 0-1 Brazil: Gabriel Jesus Goal Gives Visitors Victory In Berlin

Germany 0-1 Brazil: Gabriel Jesus Goal Gives Visitors Victory In Berlin

Darren Sullivan
March 29, 2018

We made too many silly mistakes that made it easy for Brazil.

Toni Kroos has said that Germany must use their 1-0 defeat to Brazil on Tuesday as something of a wake up call and that Joachim Low's side are "not as good as some of us might think".

Germany and Brazil met for the first time since the thumping 7-1 win for the world champions at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

"We made lots of changes, you could see that".

With Thomas Mueller and Mesut Ozil rested, Boateng and Toni Kroos were the only members of the Germany team which routed Brazil almost four years ago.

With Brazil star Neymar still sidelined by a foot injury, head coach Tite made just one change - Fernandinho for Douglas Costa - from the side which beat Russian Federation 3-0 in Moscow on Friday.

Berlin-born Boateng captained Germany after Sami Khedira failed to recover from a back injury.

Spain's midfielder Isco scores a goal past Argentina's defender Nicolas Otamendi (R) during a friendly football match at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid on March 27, 2018.

Ten minutes into the second half, Willian saw his shot blocked by Antonio Rudiger, but the rebound fell to Paulinho whose effort was then parried away by Trapp.

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Philippe Coutinho fired over on 56 minutes as the Selecao kept the pressure on.

Jesus should have scored his second of the game when he headed just wide when the ball bobbled loose from a corner.

Loew added a second striker for the final 10 minutes when RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner replaced Ilkay Gundogan as Germany finished strongly, but to no avail.

The Manchester City man struck from Willian's wicked cross on 37 minutes, as the world heavyweights went up against each other with under 11 weeks until the World Cup in Russian Federation.

Brazil beat Russian Federation 3-0 on Friday but this will be a tougher test.

Gareth Southgate's England was denied victory over Italy at Wembley after the visitors were awarded a disputed late penalty in a 1-1 draw following consultation with the video assistant referee.

Tite knows the win in Berlin will not be enough to eradicate the pain of their World Cup humiliation four years ago, but believes that result must stay in the past.

But England were unable to pad their advantage and conceded for the first time in six matches as Lorenzo Insigne converted an 87th-minute spot-kick, controversially given via the help of VAR after James Tarkowski trod on the foot of Federico Chiesa.