Germany could not build on Serge Gnabry's early goal as they succumbed to a Memphis Depay masterclass as the Netherlands won 4-2 in Friday's EURO 2020 qualifier in Hamburg to end the hosts 100 per cent start to Group C.
As it happened
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Germany go again on Monday against Northern Ireland, who remain three points ahead of them at the top of Group C. We'll see you then!
90+4' FULL TIME!!
The whistle sounds at a stunned Volksparkstadion - a brilliant, Memphis Depay-inspired second half has given the Dutch a famous win in Hamburg and brought Germany's 100 per cent start to Group C to a halt.
90+3' GNABRY GOES CLOSE
The Bayern man is in behind the Dutch defence, but volleys over...not an easy chance, but one Gnabry would have expected to take.
90+1' GOAL! GERMANY 2-4 NETHERLANDS
Depay is released into the Germany half...Tah jockeys...Wijnaldum is charging up on the right, and is found by Depay before he dispatches a low shot past Neuer. That was a devastating counter-attack and surely the game is now up for Germany.
89' GERMANY CAMPED OUT
The hosts are playing the game in the Dutch half, but Koeman's side have been a very different proposition in the second half, and the prospect of all three points has given them a second wind.
87' BRANDT ON
The Dortmund man is on, but the Dutch are very much on top. It's going to be really tough for Löw's side to turn this round now.
79' GOAL! GERMANY 2-3 NETHERLANDS
The Dutch win the ball back high up the pitch...Depay slips a lovely ball into Wijnaldum, he lifts as pass into the path of Malen, who sidefoots a volley past Neuer to stun the hosts. As painful as it is to say it, that was a beautifully worked goal.
77' GINTER BRAVERY
The Borussia Mönchengladbach defender throws himself in front of a Wijnaldum to block the Liverpool man's shot.
75' AN OPEN GAME
Both sides are not settling for a point here as they each try to get on the front foot at every opportunity.
72' GOAL! GERMANY 2-2 NETHERLANDS
Kroos is just the sort of man you want in this sort of situation...and he proves it as he sends Cillessen the wrong way. We're all square again!
68' PENALTY! FOR GERMANY
Schulz bursts into the box, battles with De Ligt...and the referee points to the spot as the ball hits the Dutch defender on the arm. He had totally lost sight of the ball, and was unlucky it hit his arm.
66' GOAL! GERMANY 1-2 NETHERLANDS
At a corner, Van Dijk dominates in the air...Neuer makes a world-class save to deny the Liverpool defender, but when the ball is played back in, Babel forces the ball over the line. Germany can't cope with the Dutch right now.
62' GINTER STRONG
Depay plays a fabulous ball into the run of Malen, but the substitute is pursued and eventually caught by Ginter, who cleans up with a minimum of fuss.
59' GOAL! GERMANY 1-1 NETHERLANDS
Babel hugs the left touch line, gets the ball across...Tah can't reach it, De Jong nicks it away from Schulz and then fires over the advancing Neuer to level. That has been coming!
56' AND NEUER!!
Dumfries finds space down the right and gets the ball into the box....Wijnaldum fires crisply goalwards, and Neuer has to move very smartly to his right to push the ball out.
55' KIMMICH TO THE RESCUE...
Depay breaks clear down the right and his low cross looks ideal for Wijnaldum to be able to shoot, but the lunging Kimmich gets a crucial touch to divert the ball away from the Liverpool man.
53' SCHULZ SHAKES THEM UP
The Dortmund full-back raids down the left before firing in a low cross..Werner lunges but it's smuggled behind for a corner.
52' GNABRY...INCHES AWAY
Fabulous run from Gnabry sees him get in front of his marker, Blind, but the Bayern man narrowly fails to connect with Werner's cross. If he had, he and Germany might have had a second.
51' NEUER SOLID
Promes drills in an effort from outside the Germany box - the Bayern goalkeeper is not for beating.
Reus steals in behind Daley Blind, lays it back for the onrushing Gnabry who drills the ball across...De Ligt brilliantly turns it over his own bar with Werner lurking.
48' KROOS IN A SPIN
The Madrid man sees Depay spin off him and play in Dumfries, but his first touch takes him away from goal and Tah steps in calmly to snuff out the danger.
46' SECOND HALF UNDERWAY
The Dutch have the honour...
Germany pragmatic and clinical, the Netherlands enterprising but toothless. The hosts haven't gotten out of first gear - they haven't had to - and have looked so dangerous on the occasions they have counter-attacked. They are worth that one-goal lead at the break.
Werner cuts in from the left...and finds Reus who is all alone. He must score...but doesn't as Cillessen brilliantly denies him with a world-class reaction save. The Dortmund man is unlikely to get as good a chance as that again, he was all alone less than ten metres from goal.
40' DEPAY HEADS WIDE
The Lyon forward gets up well, but has to arch his back to reach the ball and can't keep his header down...Neuer was scrambling there though.
39' DUTCH PRESSURE
Ronald Koeman's side are still having the majority of possession, but have not forced a significant save from Manuel Neuer since their early shot from Depay. Much of that has to do with just how hard Kimmich is working in front of the back three.
35' KIMMICH BOOKED
The Bayern man leaps into De Ligt without any hope or thought of winning the ball and can have no arguments as he is shown the game's first yellow card.
Neat play on the edge of the Germany area gives Promes a shooting opportunity - he finds the hulking frame of Süle in the way to block his effort.
29' NEUER TIDIES UP
The Germany defence struggles to get a Depay corner clear, Van Dijk heads it back into the danger zone, and Neuer gleefully falls on the ball.
26' GNABRY GOES FOR THE LOB
The Netherlands lose the ball after a long spell of sterile possession, and with a single pass, Gnabry is charging down on the Dutch goal...he sees Cillessen in an advanced position in the penalty area and tries to lob him, but doesn't get enough air under his shot.
24' FIFTEEN IN A ROW?
Germany have won their last 14 - ONE, FOUR!! - FIFA World Cup and UEFA EURO qualifiers. They've taken a step to extending that streak here already.
22' DE LIGT RISES HIGH
Depay slants a free-kick across the Germany penalty area...De Ligt climbs magnificently, but the Juventus defender cannot get his header on target. Prodigious leap though.
19' SCHULZ GETS FORWARD
Werner holds the ball up on the left and then plays a beautifully weighted ball for Schulz on the overlap…the Dortmund man gets his cross in, but Cillessen is there first.
17' GERMANY'S PLAN
The hosts are allowing their opponents to have the ball and then hitting them on the counter-attack, as we saw for the goal. When you have the pace of Werner and Gnabry and the passing ability of Kroos, why not?
14' KROOS FREE-KICK SIGHTER
The Real Madrid man has an opportunity here as the ball is slightly right of centre, 25 metres out...he fires...and it's over the bar. Not by much though. Just getting his eye in is Toni.
11' GNABRY ON FIRE
That's eight goals in nine internationals for the Bayern man. Ouch! He's hot!
9' GERMANY 1-0 NETHERLANDS
Klostermann makes a fabulous run down the right channel that is picked out by Kroos' even better ball...Cillessen blocks...but it drops for Gnabry, who fires into the far corner. Germany utterly clinical: that was their first major attack of the match.
8' DEPAY SCARE
Good strength from Babel to launch a counter-attack..picks out Depay on the left, cuts inside and skirts the edge of the box before it opens up for a shot...Neuer right behind it.
6' KROOS SHOT
The Real Madrid man drills an effort wide...Germany's first foray into Dutch territory.
5' SAFE HANDS FROM NEUER
The Germany captain comfortably claims a Depay cross that was deflected into his path. The Netherlands enjoying possession, but not doing anything with it for now.
3' FIRST CORNER
Goes to the Dutch...Depay bends it away from Neuer's goal, but finds only Reus at the near post. Germany will take delivery like that all night.
2' BABEL IN BEHIND
The ex-Hoffenheim man with the dyed red hair darts into space behind the Germany defensive three, but Lukas Klostermann is tracking him and is helped out by Timo Werner to avert the danger.
1' FIRST HALF KICKS OFF
Germany get the game underway at a packed Volksparkstadion. The hosts in their traditional black and white, the visitors in - you've guessed it - orange with white shorts.
No, not the quality of the pre-match entertainment, but the four massive stars on the pitch ahead of kick-off, signifying the four FIFA World Cups the hosts have won. Awe-inspiring!
There's a huge tifo in the stands reading 'Volley!' off to the right as the players exit the tunnel, not sure what that's all about. Underneath is another banner reading, 'From Hamburg to Munich right through to London'. The Germany fans have the EURO 2020 final in their sights already.
LÖW LOVES SERGE
The Germany boss this week surprised media by saying, "Serge will always play under me". No doubt the Bayern Munich man will be very happy to hear that, and Löw is as good as his word tonight.
TAH VERY MUCH, JOGI
Jonathan Tah comes into the Germany defence in place of the injured Thilo Kehrer to make his competitive debut on home soil. And where better than Hamburg, his home town and where he started his professional career.
BABEL BACK IN GERMANY
The Dutch XI has a familiar look to it, as Ronald Koeman has picked the same team that lost 3-2 to Germany back in March. UEFA Men’s Player of the Year Virgil van Dijk captains the side, while Frenkie De Jong – who completed a move from Ajax to Barcelona over the summer – will once again be pulling the strings in midfield. Former Hoffenheim attacker Ryan Babel also makes the cut.
GERMANY STARTING XI
No major surprises in the hosts' line-up, and a MASSIVE amount of potential. There is a formidable all-Bundesliga front line with Marco Reus sandwiched between Serge Gnabry and Timo Werner. You have to love that!
Group C is headed by Northern Ireland, who also have a 100 per cent record, but have played one game more than Germany, currently second. The Dutch are six points behind Löw's men. Germany go to Belfast on Monday.
...BUT KOEMAN IS TOO
You may not remember Ronald Koeman as a player, but he was an exceptional goalscoring defender, and the now-Dutch coach got the goal that gave his country victory over Germany in Hamburg in UEFA EURO '88. That's the last time Germany lost at the Volksparkstadion.
AT HOME IN HAMBURG...
Germany are unbeaten in their last nine internationals at the Volksparkstadion, winning nine of them.
LAST TIME THEY MET...
Hoffenheim’s Nico Schulz scored late on as Germany began their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a 3-2 win against Nations League finalists the Netherlands in Amsterdam. Match report is right here!
Luca Waldschmidt scored seven goals in four games for Germany at the 2019 UEFA European U21 Championship and has now been called up to the full squad. Is the Freiburg striker about to become a household name? Get the lowdown on the new face in the Germany squad here!
Timo Werner has hit the ground running this season, helping RB Leipzig to the top of the Bundesliga table with five goals in just three games. bundesliga.com takes a closer look at what makes the 23-year-old so unstoppable. Click here to see our breakdown of the Germany forward's game!
Leroy Sane, Serge Gnaby and Nico Schulz were the goalscoring heroes for Germany when these sides last met in Amsterdam in March. Sane is currently out injured but Gnabry and Schulz will hope to end on the winning side again to put nine points between them and the visitors in the Group C table.
VAN DIJK LOVES SÜLE
UEFA’s 2019 Player of the Year Virgil van Dijk has praised Bayern Munich and Germany centre-back Niklas Süle before the pair meet when Germany host the Netherlands in Euro2020 qualifying on Friday evening. More on that story here!
Hello and welcome to bundesliga.com's live coverage of Germany's crunch UEFA EURO 2020 qualifier with the Netherlands. Joachim Löw's side have a 100 per cent record three games in and beat the Dutch in a 3-2 thriller when they first met. It promises to be a belter, and if you stick with us, you won't miss a minute. Kick-off 20:45CEST.
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Germany: Neuer (c) – Ginter (Brandt 84'), Süle, Tah – Klostermann, Kimmich, Kroos, Schulz – Gnabry, Reus (Gündogan 61'), Werner (Havertz 61')
Out: Goretzka (edema)
Unused substitutes: Leno, ter Stegen, Halstenberg, Stark, Hector, Can, Waldschmidt
Coach: Joachim Löw
Netherlands: Cillessen – Dumfries (Pröpper 58'), De Ligt, Van Dijk (c), Blind – De Roon (Malen 58'), Wijnaldum, De Jong – Promes, Depay, Babel (Ake 81')
Unused substitutes: Zoet, Vermeer, Veltman, van Aanholt, Strootman, Vilhena, L. de Jong, Berghuis
Coach: Ronald Koeman