U21 European Championship: Germany win 6-1 against Serbia
The DFB juniors have also won their second game at the U21 European Championship. In Trieste, the team of coach Stefan Kuntz won against Serbia 6: 1 (3: 0). Marco Richter (16 th minute), Luca Waldschmidt (30 th, 37 th, 80 th), Mahmoud Dahoud (69 th) and Arne Maier (90 th + 2) scored for the German offspring. Richter and Waldschmidt had already scored the goals for Germany in their opening victory against Denmark (3-1). For Serbia Andrija Zivkovic met from the penalty spot (85.).
With the second victory in the second European Championship game, the German U21 has consolidated the lead in Group A. Although Denmark won their second match against newcomer Austria 3: 1 (1: 0), Austria only has three points. The winners of the groups A, B and C as well as the best runner-up will make it into the semi-finals.
Safe, variable, efficient
The Serbs, who had surprisingly lost 0-2 against Austria at the tournament opening, looked from the beginning as if they had already concluded with this European Championship. The German team is quite different: The DFB team dominated the game, showed themselves safe on the defensive, variable in the build-up, efficient before the goal.
In the 16th minute, it was Levin Öztunali with a dream pass through the consternated chain of four Serbs, the judge just before Boris Radunovic put in goal. For Richter it was the third goal in the second game. Storm partner Waldschmidt moved with his tournament hits two and three before the break: within eight minutes he first met from a short distance to cross pass from Richter (30), before he led a counterattack even from midfield to the good end (37 .).
Serbia only hits from the point
On the side of the Serbs, it took until the 53rd Minute until superstar Luka Jovic, who changes from Eintracht Frankfurt to Real Madrid, scored for the first time on the goal of Alexander Nübel. But Schalke 04's goalkeeper, who had not scored 15-0 at this point, parried strongly. On the other side, Radunovic was again able to celebrate a parry against Nadiem Amiri (63.), before Dahoud made it 4-0 from the backcourt (69.) - and Waldschmidt in the 80th minute scored his third goal in this match and his fourth in this tournament increased to 5-0.
The consolation goal for the Serbs came after a foul by Dahoud in the penalty area from the penalty spot by Zivkovic (85). Maier finished in stoppage time the final point (90 + 2).
Germany - Serbia 6: 1 (3: 0)
1: 0 judge (16)
2: 0 Waldschmidt (30th)
3: 0 Waldschmidt (37.)
4: 0 Dahoud (69.)
5: 0 Waldschmidt (80.)
5: 1 Zivkovic (85th, penalty kick)
6: 1 Maier (90. + 2)
Germany: Nübel - Henrichs, Tah, Baumgartl, Klostermann - Neuhaus - Maximilian Eggestein (67th Maier), Dahoud - Öztunali (46th Amiri), Waldschmidt, Richter (74th Nmecha)
Serbia: Radunovic - Gajic, Milenkovic, Babic, Bogosavac - Lukic, Racic, Pantic (46th Randjelovic) - Andrija Zivkovic, Jovic (69th Joveljic), Radonjic
referee: Kovacs (Romania)
yellow cards: - / Milenkovic, Racic