Germany trash Scotland in Euro 2024 opener in Munich

Die Mannschaft scored 3 goals in the 1st half for the victory.

Germany won against Scotland 5-1 at the European Championship opener at Allianz Arena in Munich and things look very positive for the home nation chances to make something remarkable at the tournament.

Toni Kroos with phenomenal pass provided the ball to Joshua Kimmich who assisted Florian Wirtz who scored the 1st goal at Euro 2024 in the 10th minute. Arsenal forward Kai Havertz kept the ball very well inside the penalty area and assisted Jamal Musiala who netted very beautiful goal in the 19th minute to double the home side lead.

Kai Havertz himself converted a penalty in the extra time of the 1st half as Ryan Porteous made a very stupid foul that resulted in him being sent off and the penalty that Kai scored.

Niclas Fullkrug replaced Kai Havertz in the 63rd minute and then scored twice but his 2nd goal was disallowed for an offside but the 1st only in the 68th minute counted.

Antonio Rudiger scored an own goal in the 87th minute but Emre Can who replace Toni Kroos in the 80th minute, secured a 4-goal victory in the extra time.

Back to top button