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Source: BBC

Netherlands 2-3 Germany: Schulz hits last-minute winner

Today 00:33 GMT

Nico Schulz scored a last-minute winner as Germany gained revenge over the Netherlands with a thrilling Euro 2020 qualifying victory in Amsterdam.

Fulham winger Ryan Babel should have scored in the opening period but was twice denied by Manuel Neuer and despite getting back into the game, they were unable to hold on.

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Source: DW

Euro 2020 qualifiying live: Netherlands vs. Germany

Today 00:33 GMT

"He is a fantastic in the air, not just because he is big, but because he gets so much power behind his headers," said the Germany coach.

19:12 - Despite Löw looking for a ‘new Germany’ he’s confirmed that Manuel Neuer and Toni Kroos will return to the starting lineup tonight while another senior figure, Marco Reus, is also expected to begin the game, after making a difference from the bench in the draw with Serbia.

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Source: The Guradian

Germany come through against Netherlands with late Nico Schulz goal

Today 00:33 GMT

Nico Schulz scored a late winner as a new-look Germany side snatched a 3-2 win away to the Netherlands in their opening Euro 2020 Group C qualifier on Sunday.

The visitors had the final say as Marco Reus’s pass found an unmarked Schulz in the box and he was able to settle the contest with a low finish that gave Cillessen no chance.

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Source: DW

Euro 2020 qualifying: The Dutch dangermen Germany must deal with

Sunday 19:03 GMT

Memphis Depay stole the spotlight from his skipper as the Netherlands won their first Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a convincing 4-0 win over Belarus on Thursday.

Germany meet the Netherlands for the third time in six months on Sunday, with the Dutch enjoying the better of recent games. Virgil van Dijk leads a new generation of exciting talents capable of hurting Germany again.

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Source: The Guradian

One telling image: in a Brussels corridor, the EU takes back control of Brexit

Sunday 18:08 GMT

If it does not, it will not be the fault of the EU27 leaders – or the fault of the people in Tzantchev’s photograph, whose joint efforts helped ensure that the decision on exactly where Britain takes Brexit from here will now belong, inescapably, to Britain.

On Thursday evening in Brussels, Bulgaria’s permanent representative to the EU, Dimiter Tzantchev, tweeted a photograph he titled “In the corridors of the European Council art 50”.

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Source: The Guradian

Germany face long road back to top after Joachim Löw’s drastic overhaul

Sunday 11:44 GMT

Before the game against Serbia, Germany’s followers displayed a huge choreography, forming the letters “Danke” with three numbers underneath them: 5, 13 and 17.

The manager spoke about the players having the right mentality, sending “a loud and clear signal” that they are ready to take on bigger challenges, but no one was kidding themselves after the game: this rebuilding project will take some time.

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Source: The Guradian

Anti-immigration populists surge in fragmented Dutch elections

Friday 12:40 GMT

An anti-immigration populist party has won the most votes in elections for the upper house of parliament in the Netherlands, days after a shooting in Utrecht, robbing the governing coalition of its majority and forcing it to seek new alliances on the left.

Analysts have said despite the populists’ improved performance it will not easily be translated into increased clout in the upper house, since the other parties have pledged not to work with them.


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