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    Results Germany vs Brazil - Without Neymar, Samba Team Wounds Treated from 4 Years Ago

    Tuesday, March 27, 2018, March 27, 2018 EDT Last Updated 2018-03-28T03:09:26Z
    Although without Neymar, a 1-0 victory over Germany at the Olympiastadion, Berlin, Tuesday (27/3/2018) local time or Wednesday morning, as a wound healer when Brazil was humiliated in the 2014 World Cup semifinals.

    The only goal of a Brazilian victory was created by Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus in the 37th minute.

    The game is the team's first meeting after the 2014 World Cup semi-final.

    The moment when the Brazilian striker, Gabriel Jesus, scored against Germany in a friendly match at the Olympiastadion, Berlin, Tuesday (27/3/2018) local time or Wednesday morning GMT.

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    At that time, Brazilian who played as the host team was humiliated by Germany for a 1-7 defeat.

    The result is clearly a scourge for the Samba Team. The aroma of revenge was pretty thick in the game this time.

    The result of the historic game also makes the Brazilian coach, Tite, lowered the composition of the best players owned in all lines though without the superstar, Neymar.

    There is a combination of Willian, Philippe Coutinho, and Gabriel Jesus in the front position.

    Meanwhile, in this match the German coach, Joachim Loew, can not be reinforced three main pillars, namely Thomas Mueller, Mesut Oezil, and Emre Can.

    In fact, Mar-Andre ter Stegen's classmates, Mats Hummels, and Sami Khedira only inhabit the bench.

    Marvin Plattenhardt, Leroy Sane, and Ilkay Guendogan got a chance to play from the first minute.

    However, since the first minute rolling, the game looks pretty tough in midfield despite both teams alike show the attack efforts.

    Not many opportunities are created up to 30 minutes of scrolling action.

    However, after getting the first chance with a kick that is still floating above the German crossbar, Gabriel Jesus successfully broke the deadlock by maximizing the second chance he got.

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    Yes, in the 37th minute, starting from a cross Willian, Gabriel Jesus welcomed him by releasing the ball header.

    Germany goalkeeper Kevin Trapp can actually dispel, but it is not perfect because the ball keeps pushing into the net.

    After winning 1-0 in the first half, no significant game changes in the second half of this match.

    Yes, the game still looks tough and both teams have trouble making many good chances in front of the opponent's goal.

    Based on BolaSport record, Brazil can make 10 chances and three of them on target, while from a total of 13 opportunities Der Panzer, only one that leads to the goalkeeper Tim Samba.

    In fact, Joachim Loew's only skill chance was created in extra time when Julian Draxler fired a shot from outside the penalty box which only produced a corner kick.

    Gabriel Jesus's first-half goal became the only one created in this match and ensured Brazil's victory.

    Germany 0-1 Brazil (Gabriel Jesus 37 ')

    Germany: 1-Kevin Trapp, 16-Antonio Ruediger, 17-Jerome Boateng (26-Niklas Sule 68 '), 2-Marvin Plattenhardt, 18-Joshua Kimmich, 24-Leon Goretzka (20Jr. Brandt 61'), 8-Toni Kroos , 21-Ilkay Guendogan (11-Timo Werner 81 '), 19-Leroy Sane (25-Lars Stindl 61'), 7-Julian Draxler, 23-Mario Gomez (9-Sandro Wagner 62 ')

    Brazil: 1-Alisson, 3-Miranda, 14-Thiago Silva, 12-Marcelo, 2-Dani Alves, 5-Casemiro, 15-Paulinho, 17-Fernandinho, 11-Philippe Coutinho (7-Douglas Costa 73 '), 19 -Willian, 9-Gabriel Jesus

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