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DFB Women Lose Second Test Against USA: Personal Review

Germany lost 1:2 in the second test match against USA. In the first half, DFB-Elf dominated the action and took a 1-0 lead through Juul Brandt. After a change of sides, the Americans took over, making it 2-1 within three minutes and leaving the field as deserved winners. The game was marred by a shoulder injury to Lena Oberdorf, who was substituted after half an hour.

0: 1 Joule Brand (18th)
1-1 Sophia Smith (54′)
2-1 Mallory Buck (56′)

The Chelsea goalkeeper was rarely tested. Berger stayed in the dressing room and Almuth Schulte was between the posts after the break.

Strong in one-on-one battles and some good action, especially in the first round. Abandoned after change of sides and owes 1:2 to it. A bad positioning error in the 67th almost led to 1:3.

Did little in the first half, but was very attentive to some American counterattacks. The second round is more challenging. At 1:2, Hendrich didn’t cut a good number either. In the 64th place, Nusken ironed out a mistake to make it 1:3.

Many great sports activities. Courageous in forward defense, disciplined in direct fights. Didn’t look his best when equalizing and made three mistakes: a bad pass almost 1:3 (64′), a low back pass to Schult, which the goalkeeper managed to clear (68′) and a very long hesitation after a long ball, which almost led to the third American goal. led (90./+2).

A solid performance. The defense has been good in the game, but up front with too many turnovers. Was directly involved in the opening goal with his blocked shot.

Had to be substituted after half an hour with a shoulder injury. Until then, a fascinating performance by the girl from Wolfsburg.

Latween also convinced. The 22-year-old was involved in almost all German attacks and always made the right decisions. He made it 1-0 with a great pass to Huth.

The 90 minutes– October Player of the Month Not followed by luck in the national jersey. The first half was even better in the game than it was after the break, with their actions largely lacking in purpose. Dribbled often and posed no danger.

An otherwise harmless attack to overcome the initial target. He dived completely in the second run.

Scored 1:0 and was very active and playful in the first round – and strong in the fight. After the break, the Golden Girl also noticeably relaxed.

Trying hard and with a large radius, the American box didn’t stand a chance.


Chantal Hagel for Oberdorf (33′) – 6/10

In the 70th minute, the Hoffenheim player made a poor pass in the build-up to an otherwise decent game. With two harmless shots in the final round (79th/86th). It is worth noting that Hegel, as a six, did not engage in duels.

Almut Schult for Berger (46′) – 7/10

Captured multiple times (47th/69th/70th). Blocked 1: 3 (77th) with a fantastic reaction.

Lina Makul for Latvia (46th) – 7/10

The German was an immediate asset in the game. In the 53rd match she won the ball herself and appeared free after a pass from Dalman in front of Alyssa Neher, but was thwarted by the American goalkeeper. During the second half, Makulum loosened up.

Caroline Simon for Kleinherne (62.) – Not rated

He did not show any adjustment difficulties when he returned to the DFB team. However, a bad pass in the 77th minute gave the USA their biggest counter-attacking opportunity.

Sarah Torsoun for Anomie (78th) – Not rated

In a short period of time without any action worth mentioning.

Paulina Kurmbikel for Brand (78th) – Not rated

The same goes for Friday’s winning goal scorer.

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