News : Individual review: Müller is convincing, Hummels messes up, Gosens is the best DFB player

News : Individual review: Müller is convincing, Hummels messes up, Gosens is the best DFB player

Only 1-1 in the DFB test against Denmark: Individual criticism: Müller is convincing, Hummels messes up, Gosens is Germany’s best player

The German national team can’t get past a draw against Denmark just 13 days before their European Championship kick-off. While one returnees convince, the other fails. Robin Gosens is brilliant and two people from Gladbach can draw attention to themselves. The DFB players in the individual review.

Manuel Neuer: Had hardly anything to do against the harmless defense of the Danes, but had no chance when Poulsen equalized (71st) from seven meters and had to admit defeat. Note 3.

Matthias Ginter: The man from Gladbach started in the three-man chain in the right position and was completely convincing. The 27-year-old turned dangerous on the offensive, was always attentive from behind and even saved himself with a spectacular tackle on his own fiver (58th). Grade 2.

Mats Hummels: DFB comeback after two and a half years. The world champion ran in the 3-4-3 in the defensive row next to Ginter and Süle. At first it didn’t attract much attention, which is a compliment for a defender. Then even showed his Mats Hummels outside instep memory pass, but failed when he equalized. Small positional error against Leipzig’s Poulsen, who used the space and hit the net. Grade 4.

Individual review: Gosens promoted Germany’s best player

Niklas Süle: Acted centrally between Ginter and Hummels – and exuded sovereignty. Impressed by physique and speed. When conceding, however, he did not look optimal either. The distance to Hummels is wrong – which means that Eriksen’s pass finds its way between the two defenders. Note 3.

Lukas Klostermann: The right-back from RB Leipzig could not convince. He kept breaking off his offensive runs early and taking speed out of the game. Also came twice too late in the defensive duel. After 60 minutes the first DFB player to leave the lawn. Grade 4.

Robin Gosens: Probably the best DFB player today. He kept pushing forward on the left flank, vigorously prepared the opening goal (48th) and almost hit himself from an acute angle (54th) A bright spot in the German offensive game. Note 1.

Florian Neuhaus: Acted a bit shy in the beginning – but then got stronger and stronger. Already indicated his technical skills before the break – and scored shortly after the restart. Also noticeable due to its strategic capabilities. Grade 2.

Joshua Kimmich: Stuffed the holes in the defensive midfield as usual and often built up the game of the DFB-Elf. Played a brilliant pass to Müller (14th) and was one of the best players on the field in the first round. However, it deteriorated somewhat in the second section. Grade 2.

Individual review: Far too little comes from Sané and Gnabry

Leroy Sané: The FC Bayern winger was active and eager to run, but his actions were rarely effective. Missed a big chance from eight yards (28th) and later saw the only yellow card in the game. Otherwise only a few positive things. Grade 4.

Serge Gnabry: The other winger from Munich is not yet in EM form either. Gnabry was only noticeable by a bar racket, but otherwise remained mostly under the radar. Acted sometimes in the center forward position, sometimes on the wing – neither really worked out. Grade 4.

Germany – Denmark: DFB-Elf does not get beyond a draw

Thomas Müller: Next to Hummels the second returnee – and without a doubt the most active in the offensive series. Sometimes left, sometimes right, sometimes in the middle – Müller occupied all front positions. Crossed, put down – and almost hit the head after 14 minutes. Convincing performance in the comeback! Grade 2.

Robin Koch (from the 60th minute for Lukas Klostermann): Briefly caused a stir when all the Danes suddenly called for penalties, but the Leeds United defender’s tackle lead was fair and impeccable. Note 3.

Kevin Volland (from 79th minute for Serge Gnabry): Without rating.

Christian Günter (from 79th minute for Robin Gosens): Without rating.

Jonas Hofmann (from the 86th minute for Leroy Sane): Without rating.

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