10:13 pm: But now! Gnabry takes the ball beautifully and pushes the ball against the post (66th).
10:12 p.m.: Iceland continues to act much more courageously than in section one. 20 minutes left. Except for the goal from Gündogan, the DFB-Elf could not develop much more chances.
10:11 p.m.: Florian Neuhaus is getting ready for his substitution.
10:10 p.m.: Goretzka shoots from the second row – something crashed. The ball rolls past on the left.
10:09 p.m.: Kimmich’s target player is the great Rüdiger, who can only prevail with a striker foul (66th).
10:08 p.m.: Gudmundsson puts Klostermann and sees yellow. Free kick from the right half field.
10:05 p.m.: That looks like a clear victory for Germany. It’s a little bit about how the German team is now handling the pressing of the Icelanders and whether the concentration can be kept high. Sure, Iceland is not strong enough in this form to bring Löw’s team into serious trouble. But a goal is always possible.
10:04 p.m.: Arnason had seen yellow for the foul on Gnabry before the 3-0.
10:03 p.m.: Corner for Iceland, which is still not stuck. Gudmundsson flanks the corner, Neuer wipes it aside with his fist in the fiver.
10:02 p.m.: And again the ball is in the net of the Icelanders, but this time Havertz was clearly offside. Nice pass from Kimmich, Havertz ran too fast into the 16 from the left (60th).
10:02 p.m.: The goal was of course good for the German team – especially because the first quarter of an hour after the break belonged to the Icelanders.
9:59 p.m.: Gnabry is fouled, the referee allows advantage. Gündogan uses that to a nice low shot into the bottom left of the goal. Iceland protested briefly because of Kai Havertz’s offside position, but without a video referee it continues here, the goal counts.
9:59 p.m.: Goal for Germany! Ilkay Gündogan shoots flat from 20 meters, 3-0 for Germany (56th).
9:57 p.m.: In distress, Rüdiger plays a nice ball on Kimmich, who hits the ball diagonally on the left side. But no one pursues.
9:56 p.m.: The German team is currently acting too passively.
9:55 p.m.: Iceland is now playing aggressive fore checking. Apparently, coach Vidarsson changed the route during the break.
9:53 p.m.: Gunnarsson comes centrally after a cross from the left to the header. Left over – but Germany is currently a little unfocused (51st).
9:52 p.m.: Traustason pulls away from a distance – well above it. But: Iceland has more parts of the game (50th).
9:52 p.m.: Free kick for Iceland from about 28 meters from the goal – but it ends harmlessly.
9:51 p.m.: Yellow card for Kai Havertz.
9:51 p.m.: Havertz prevents an attack with a tackle that fails (48th).
9:50 p.m.: The free kick brings nothing.
9:50 p.m.: Goretzka is placed in midfield – free kick.
9:48 p.m .: No further changes.
9:48 p.m.: Kick-off second half.
9:47 p.m.: Sané comes back to the square – apparently he’s trying again.
9:32 p.m.: Half-time conclusion: Germany deservedly leads 2-0. Joachim Löw’s team quickly overwhelmed Iceland and scored two well-played goals. Joshua Kimmich and Ilkay Gündogan harmonize well in midfield, Kai Havertz in front of that is also well integrated. Leroy Sané spun to the left, but he may have to be replaced. After the failure of Toni Kroos: Is there a “change of power” in the German midfield?
9:32 p.m.: Final whistle, 1st half. Germany leads 2-0 against Iceland.
9:32 p.m .: Again Sane on Goretzka, who wants to lock up in a distressed situation. Blocked.
9:31 p.m.: After the two goals, the Icelanders have orientated themselves better. There are currently only a few clear scoring chances for the German team.
9.30 p.m.: Two minutes of stoppage time.
9:29 p.m .: Sané is limping, doesn’t seem to be quite fit anymore.
21:28: After a cross from the left, Antonio Rüdiger comes to the header. He is pressed, the ball goes left just past the box of the branches (43.).
9:27 p.m.: Kimmich finishes, next corner for the German team.
21:24: Icelandic player change: Sigurjonsson has to go, midfielder Johann Gudmundson comes into the game.
9:24 p.m .: Sigurjonsson is back on the lawn. It seems like he’s not seeing properly.
9:23 p.m .: Leon Goretzka finished from a distance. (38.) – But exactly on Halldórsson in the box of the Icelanders.
9:21 p.m .: Iceland is now staggered with three rows in its own half and cleverly closes the room.
9:18 pm: Iceland is now better in the game. Germany remains focused and vigilant in defensive work.
9:15 p.m .: played half an hour. The German team has now slowed down a bit. Understandable, because the first 20 minutes were a demonstration. Of course, Iceland should not be underestimated – the chance has just proven it – but so far clearly inferior in the first half.
9.14 p.m.: Sigurjonsson apparently got something on the eye in the duel with Havertz and Ginter. He is being treated.
9:12 p.m.: Almost the connection hit! Sigurjonsson takes the ball from the left and keeps it from seven meters. He wants to shoot in at the bottom left, Rüdiger falsifies so that the ball just misses the right corner of the goal. Luck for the German team (27th).
9:10 p.m.: Havertz and Ginter try in the kick-off circle to prevent a counterattack by the Icelanders. The Serbian referee Jovanovic prevents that (26.).
9:08 p.m.: Iceland is now with ten men in its own penalty area. Nevertheless, a shot comes through that is deflected twice. And then it immediately becomes dangerous.
9:06 p.m .: Kimmich shot attempt – just missed to the left (21st).
9:05 p.m.: Loew loudly conducts some of the players. Joshua Kimmich is addressed the most. He also has the most balls and is the director in the defensive midfield.
9:03 p.m.: Icelanders can rarely break free. They quickly try to move up. But the back four of the German team is stable.
9:02 p.m.: It feels like Germany has 99% possession of the ball.
9:00 p.m.: Klostermann as a center forward! Kimmich hits the ball steeply half right into the 16er, there Klostermann tries to get the ball under control – but fails (15th).
8:58 p.m .: Goretzka has a chance to head the ball! Gündogan kicks a corner from the left, Goretzka heads from the front corner of the six-yard area. Just over to the left. (14th minute)
8:57 p.m.: Sané is on the left, seems to feel comfortable there.
8:56 p.m.: Iceland is not only backing up, but is so far overwhelmed with the fast game style. The German team’s passes come precisely, the whole team is on the move.
8:54 p.m.: And the next really nicely played goal: Kimmich plays wonderfully in the free space on the left in the 16s. Leroy Sané is on his way there. He sees Kai Havertz in the back area, who shoots in flat.
8:52 p.m.: Goal for Germany by Kai Havertz (7th minute)!
8:50 p.m.: Germany pushes right from the start, and Kimmich and Co. continue after the hit. But now Gündogan makes a bad pass, but Bjarnasson quickly loses the ball.
8:49 p.m.: Beautiful goal: Pass to Ganbry at the penalty spot, which drains, Goretzka is on the edge of the penalty area. Placed shot in the lower right, dry, no chance of defense.
8:48 p.m .: Goal by Leon Goretzka! Germany: Iceland 1-0
8:47 p.m.: Gnabry initiates an attack centrally, plays to the right on Klostermann, but he gets stuck with his cross.
8:46 p.m.: The German team plays all in black, the guests all in white.
8:45 p.m .: kick-off!
Selected part: Part 1/2 – Now live: Germany leads 3-0 against Iceland
Stand: 25.03.2021, 22:11
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