Spain 2-2-1, Germany 2-3-0
11/17/20 2:45 pm
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Spain is welcoming Germany to Estadio de la Cartuja in round 6 in the UEFA Nations League.
This Spain is killing me. Spain is playing well, up until the moment when they need to score a goal. Spain hasn’t won any of their last 3 games while scoring only 2 goals during that stretch. In their last match in the Nations League, Spain was playing against Switzerland on the road, and they were the dominant team with 71% of ball possession, 7 shots on goal, 10 corner kicks, 4 big chances created, and a solid 89% of the correct passes. Spain conceded a goal in the 26th minute, and they have had 2 penalty kicks in the second half, but Ramos missed both of those. In the 79th minute, Switzerland has conceded a red card, and in the 89th minute, Spain has scored a goal. The final score of this match was 1-0 in favor of Switzerland. With their second loss in this Nations League group, Spain is now in 2nd place with 8 points, 7 scored goals, and 3 conceded goals. Ramos is the leading goalscorer for Spain with 2 goals, while Gaya, Oyarzabal, Moreno, Fati, and Torres have each added 1 goal. Spain is a really good team, and this is a game for the top spot in this group, but Spain will need to play much better soccer in the attacking end if they want to outscore Germany.
Germany is undefeated in their past 12 games while having 2 wins from their last 2 games. Germany was hosting Ukraine in the Nations League this past weekend, and they have had 55% of ball possession, 8 shots in goal, 5 big chances created, and a high 91% of the correct passes. Germany was losing 0-1 in the 12th minute, but they were able to turn the score around by the 33rd minute. Germany has scored another goal in the 64th minute, and they have deservedly won this match 3-1. Timo Werner is playing in good goalscoring form, and he has scored 4 goals for Germany so far in the Nations League. Goretzka and Ginter both have 2 assists. There aren’t any notable injuries in Germany, and coach Low will have his best players at his disposal. Germany is one of the best teams in Europe, and when they are in good goalscoring form, Germany is extremely hard to stop, and they are in good goalscoring form. Germany is in the strongest group in the Euro Cup, but they have the quality to reach one of the top two spots that will take them past the group stage.
Spain has won 3 of 7 games played against Germany, while Germany has won 1 game. 3 games ended in a draw. Spain has won 8 home games in a row, while Germany hasn’t lost any of their last 6 games on the road. I think this will be a fun game where we will see goals, on both sides because both teams could use a win here.