The Diemanshaft popularly known as the German machine is one of the popular and most successful national teams in world football. They have to their credit four world cup trophies. Whenever you hear of the German machine, you assured of goals upon goals from swift and delightful play.
Yesterday was no exception, Ukraine however was at the receiving end of the sharpness and ruthlessness of the German machine. Turbo Timo Werner as known by the Chelsea. Leroy Sane the Bayern Munich sensation started the raid for the Diemanshaft. His goal was assisted by team mate Leon Goretzeka.
Goretzeka would turn another provider for Timo Werner to get Germany's second on the night. Timo Werner finished the job in the 64th minute completing his brace via an assist from Matias Ginger. Germany has have a disappointed spells after their world cup triumph at Brazil some six years ago.
They failed woefully in the 2016 Euros and the less said about their 2018 wold cup campaign the better. They looking to make impact in this year's Uefa nations league and turbo Timo Werner is up to see that expectations is fulfilled.
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