Leroy Sané Outlives the Red Card Table in the Draw of Germany with Serbia

Germany is a new looking team which has shown a promising comeback to the international stage with a draw of 1-1 against Serbia in one friendly match. They showed signs of improvement after their disastrous performance in 2018.

Germany had been knocked out of the World Cup 2018 in the group stage. Also, they relegated in last year’s Nations League. They had just one player from the victory of 2014 World Cup in Wolfsburg starting side. The oldest outfield player that they had was 24 years old. Mat Hummels, Thomas Muller and Jerome Boateng the world champions have been given international retirement.

Marko Dmitrovic from Serbia should be thanked for sticking on to the draw as the goalkeeper made many saves for denying the second goal of Germany. They finished with 10 players as Milan Pavlov had been sent off for his challenge on Leroy Sane. The winger from Manchester City had been taken off by Joachim Low that the injury wasn’t too serious and that Sane is going to be completely fit for the qualifier Euro 2020 of Sunday against the Netherlands. He said that it had been a vicious foul and that Sane had been lucky enough not be hurt. Such fouls are capable of breaking bones.

Sane is more aggressive and also quicker in recent games. The host had just 3 minutes to secure a shot on the target as Havertz fired at Dmitrovic after a quick move through the passage. Serbia proceeded after eleven minutes and the 1st corner they made bounced off back the 2 players and it landed well for Luka Jovic. Thus, he headed in for the international goal in his career. The twenty-one-year-old player has 22 goals in 35 games playing for Eintracht Frankfurt in this season and is going to be a crucial transfer target.