Brazil end Germany’s unbeaten run, Spain demolish Argentina

Germany’s manager, Joachim Low admitted his side were poor and made ‘too many mistakes’ following their defeat to Brazil on Tuesday.

Manchester City forward, Gabriel Jesus was the difference as Brazil defeated Germany 1-0 in a pre-world cup friendly match in Berlin.

Jesus scored the only goal just before break as the five-time world champions ended Germany’s 22-game unbeaten streak.

“We made too many simple mistakes and it was too easy for Brazil,” Low said moments after the game. “Every single player can obviously play better.”

It was the first meeting between the two heavyweights, since the hosts ended their visitors’ world cup dream following that 7-1 victory back in 2014.

Spain too Strong for Argentina

Elsewhere, Spain proved just too powerful for Argentina, after they totally outclassed their counterparts from South America at the Wanda Metropolitano.

Isco scored a hattrick as La Roja defeated the Lionel Messi-less Argentine side 6-1.

Diego Costa, Thiago Alcantara, and Iago Aspas were the other scorers on the night for Julen Lopetegui’s side.

Nicolas Otamendi’s first half strike gave Argentina hope at 2-1, but it turned out to be nothing but a consolation as Jorge Sampoali’s men absolutely capitulated in the second half.

At Wembley, England were held by Italy to a 1-1 draw, with Jamie Vardy and Lorenzo Insigne with the goals, while Morocco continued their impressive World Cup preparations with another win.

This time, Renard Herve’s men defeated Uzbekistan 2-0, with Belgium putting four goals past Saudi Arabia for a 4-0 victory.

Germany 0-1 Brazil
England 1-1 Italy
Spain 6-1 Argentina
Morocco 2-1 Uzbekistan
Belgium 4-0 Saudi Arabia
Tunisia 1-0 Costa Rica
Ivory Coast 2-1 Moldova
Egypt 0-1 Greece

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