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DFB-Elf lost leadership three times, gala from France

Germany did not get more than 3: 3 (1: 0) in the international test match against Turkey in Cologne and has been waiting for a win for 323 days. The ex-world champion gave a three-time tour.

Julian Draxler (45th + 1), debutant Florian Neuhaus (58th) and Luca Waldschmidt (81st) advanced the Germans who were not topped, Ozan Tufan (49th), Efecan Karaca (67th) and Kenan Karaman (94th). ) secured the draw for the guests.

Big wins for France and Italy

World champion France is in a goal mood. “Les Bleus” beat Ukraine 7-1 (5-0) at the Stade de France in Paris. Eduardo Camavinga (9th), two Olivier Giroud (24th, 34th) and an own goal Witali Mikolenko (39th) ensured a clear break lead. After the break, Corentin Tolisso (65th), Kylian Mbappe (82nd) ​​and Antoine Griezmann (89th) met. Viktor Zigankow scored the consolation goal (53.)

Italy left the overwhelmed outsider Moldova no chance at 6-0 (5-0) in Florence. With a hat trick (9th, 18th and 38th minute) Kamil Grosicki made everything clear in the 5-1 (3-0) of Poland against Finland until the break. Even without top striker Robert Lewandowski, the hosts in Gdansk impressed.

Netherlands lose to Mexico

In addition, the premiere of the new Dutch national coach Frank de Boer took place: The “Oranje” lost 1-0 (0-0) against Mexico in Amsterdam. The gold goal was achieved by Raul Jimenez (60th).

Ex-world champions Spain and European champions Portugal parted goalless in Lisbon. Switzerland conceded a 1: 2 (1: 1) home defeat against Croatia in St. Gallen. Mario Gavranovic brought the Swiss into the lead (31st), Josip Brekalo equalized for the vice world champion before the break (42nd), Mario Pasalic scored to win (66th).

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