Germany and Argentina clash in a friendly match at the Signal Iduna Park home ground of German club side Borussia Dortmund at both teams looks get bragging rights with Lionel Messi still out injured.
The game kicked off with Germany taking total control of the game giving the South America side no chance to operate and early as 4 minutes the home team almost went ahead after creating a goal scoring chance which was later wasted.
Bayern Munich youngster Serg Gnabry opened the scoring 15 minutes from play as the German National Team took the lead from a nice creative play which saw a blunder from Marcos Rojo who attempts to clear the ball but it didn’t went well and it resulted to a goal.
Argentina tried everything possible to stage a come back but the German defenders were always at alert to clear any ball that gets to them and the home side was caught on an attack by the visiting team but Nicolas Tagliafico teasing cross into the box went straight to the safe hands of Marc-Andre ter Stegen.
22 minutes later Germany double their lead after a great orchestrated attack by the German saw Lukas Klostermann cuts the opponents defense open with a through ball before it got to the boot of Bayern Playmaker Serg Gnabry who’s pass splits the Argentina defense open Kai Havertz to do the damage.
The game settled down a little as the pace slowed down with Argentina doing most of the attack while the home team just sit back and absorb whatever is thrown to them with the hope of hitting them on a counter attack.
A chance came for the Argentine team when Roberto Pereyra delivers a teasing cross into the box but Angel Correa fails to connect properly on the volley and sends the ball wide of target which saw the scoreline remained 2-0 as Refree Clement Turpin from France blows for halftime break.
66 minutes into the second half of the match Argentina pulled one goal back through Lucas Alario header after Marcos Acuna delivers a teasing cross into the box which saw the head of Alario to make the scoreline 2-1.
Another goal came in again and this time it was still the Argentine National Team pulling back a leveller after a stunning Sensilating play saw Lucas Alario of Argentina passes the ball to him team mate Lucas Ocampos who dispatched the ball pass the keeper to make it 2-2.
The scoreline remained 2-2 until the end of 90 minutes plus extra time play as both team were unable to take the lead.