Germany met Switzerland in Euro Nations League Group A encounter. The highly absorbing encounter took place in RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne ending in a 3-3 draw.
Switzerland took the early initiative after barely five minutes into the game. Mario Gavranovich headed in a goal for Switzerland from a corner kick that was not properly cleared. Switzerland added to the misery for Germany as Freuler’s chip added a second around the half-hour mark.
With two goals deficit ahead of them, Germany responded immediately. Havertz won the ball midway and Werner took over. He moved towards the left penalty area and hit the net across the defence and goalkeeper.
Chelsea’s Havertz will go on to hit the bar with a low drive. However on the 55 minutes, he showed his awareness to intercept a poor pass from Schar. He drive into the box to score past Sommer.
Gavranovich will go on to put Switzerland in front in the 57 minute. He blasted home a rebound after Neuer has blocked a Haris Seferovic effort on goal.
Germany will go on to grab their equalizer as Gnabry finished a Timo Werner cut-back with a fine back-heel goal. Neither side was able to find a winner.
Timo Werner will go on to finish the game but Havertz was withdrawn for Julian Draxler in the 77 minute after an impressive display.
Another Chelsea player, Rudiger was also involved. He played the full match as part of the central defense alongside Ginter. Their defending was not impressive shipping in three goals and looked vulnerable to the Switzerland attack.