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Germany vs Israel: Germany meets Israel in an international match in the Rhein-Neckar-Arena

Germany dominated throughout the game and Israel never had many chances to push forward and attack the German defence. Germany was able toSt Half with goals from two Chelsea players. A caption from Kai Havertz and then a raised stripe of Timo Werner. Ultimately the game ended 2-0 with missed penalties from both sides.

Let’s take a look at the player ratings for the Germany vs Israel game:

Germany vs Israel player ratings

Germany

Marc-André ter Stegen (6.4/10): The goalkeeper was not bothered by the opponents and showed a calm game with some simple saves. His distribution was very good.

Nico Schlotterbeck (6.5/10): The centre-back was solid defensively and made some blocks despite not having too much. He was also good on the ball.

Jonathan Tah (6.4/10): The center back was also solid, making some blocks and interceptions and playing some good long balls.

David Room (7/10): The left-back loved to run and always tried to get the ball. ER made some good passes and made some good runs to cross into the box. He supported 1St gate with a cross.

Thilo Kehrer (6.4/10): Right-back was good on and off the ball too. Made some good combinations and made some runs too.

Jamal Musiala (6.5/10): The left wing excelled with his movements both on and off the ball. He made some good passes and got into attacking zones.

Julian Weigl (6.4/10): The defensive midfielder found himself in a very crucial position receiving passes from defenders and making forward passes which he made well and also controlled the pace.

Ilkay Gundogan (6.8/10): The midfielder was very sure of the ball, played some good passes and found good spaces. He supported the 2nd Goal from a free kick.

Timo Werner (7.3/10): The striker was able to take 2nd placend Goal with a nice flick after a free kick situation. Other than that, he was very involved in the game making runs and passes.

Kai Havertz (7.5/10): The attacking midfielder put on a fantastic game with some good passes and movements. He scored 1stSt Goal for Germany.

Julian Draxler (6.4/10): The attacking midfielder was also good on the ball and got into attacking spaces in certain situations.

Replacement:

Kevin Trapp (6.5/10): The goalkeeper was killed at the start of 2nd half time and had a very quiet game although his distribution was very good. He also saved a penalty.

Thomas Mueller (6.2/10): He was also substituted on at the start of the 2ndnd half time and had an impressive game, making some good passes and getting into good attacking zones. However, he missed a penalty.

Christian Günter (5.6/10): He had a pretty effective game after making a few passes and interceptions.

Anton Stach (5.2/10): He didn’t have a very effective game tonight after coming on, aside from a couple of passes and interceptions.

Leroy Sané (5.2/10): He got involved in the game and made a few passes and also a few shots on target.

Luke Nmecha: N / A

Israel

Ofir Marciano (5.6/10): The Israeli goalkeeper made some good saves but was unable to parry the German attack and scored twice.

Sun Menachem (5.7/10): The defender was quite satisfactory on the ball and carried the ball well at times but was unable to act defensively.

Nir Bitton (5.6/10): The central defender did make a few blocks and tackles, but he was nervous in some situations and wasn’t able to deal with his opponents that well.

Sean Goldberg (5.6/10): The centre-back also put on a pretty similar performance, making some blocks and interceptions but failing to handle the German attack.

Eli Dasa (5.7/10): The right-back could have done a lot more, but only managed a few tackles and a few passes.

Dor Perez (5.6/10): The defensive midfielder played a few passes and intercepts but couldn’t do much more than that.

Mohammad Abu Fani (5.5/10): The midfielder put in a reasonably satisfactory performance, making some passes and carrying the ball in certain areas.

Aviv Daniel Avraham (5.5/10): The midfielder also put in a similarly ordinary performance, playing a few passes and trying to create chances but all to no avail.

Mansion Soloman (5.4/10): The winger tried to make things happen in certain situations by entering areas but couldn’t do much more than that.

Thai Baribo (5.5/10): The striker got into good areas in the 1stSt half and tried to create chances, but couldn’t do much either.

Munas Dabbur (5.4/10): The striker had a few chances but couldn’t take them and put in a very decent performance.

Replacement:

Gavriel Gilad Kanichowsky (4.5/10): Aside from a few passes, he didn’t have a very effective game after coming on.

Dean David (4/10): He had a pretty ineffective game after coming on, apart from a couple of passes.

Dan Glaser (4/10): Similar to the other subs, he also had an ineffective game except for a few interceptions.

Ramzi Safouri: N / A

Dolev Haziza: N / A

Jonathan Cohen: N / A

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