France 1-0 Germany: UEFA Euro 2020 as it happened!
Germany suffered defeat in their opening game of UEFA Euro 2020, as a Lucas Hernandez-inspired France beat Germany 1-0 in Munich.
As it happened!
- This was the first time in eight opening game appearances at the European Championships that Germany suffered defeat (5W, 3D).
- Neuer made his 101st international appearance for Germany.
- The returning Müller has the most international goals in the current squad with 39.
- Serge Gnabry's 22 goal involvements (16 goals, six assists) have come in at a rate of one every 90 minutes he has played for his country.
- France have five Bundesliga players in their squad in Bayern quartet Hernandez, Coman, Pavard and Tolisso as well as Borussia Mönchengladbach's Marcus Thuram.
- Germany have been crowned European champions a joint-record three times - in 1972, 1980 and 1996 - a haul they share with Dani Olmo's Spain.
France: Lloris (c) - Pavard, Varane, Kimpembe, Hernandez - Pogba, Kante, Rabiot (Dembele 90'+4) - Griezmann - Benzema (Tolisso 89'), Mbappe
Unused subs: Mandanda, Maignan, Lenglet, Lemar, Giroud, Zouma, Digne, Coman, Ben Yedder, Kounde
Coach: Didier Deschamps
Germany: Neuer (c) - Ginter (Can 87'), Hummels, Rüdiger - Kimmich, Kroos, Gündogan, Gosens (Volland 87') - Havertz (Sane 74'), Gnabry (Werner 74'), Müller
Unused subs: Leno, Trapp, Halstenberg, Süle, Klostermann, Neuhaus, Koch, Günter
Out: Goretzka (thigh), Hofmann (knee)
Coach: Joachim Löw
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