Germany, opponent of the Portuguese team in Group F of Euro2020 football, today thrashed Latvia by 7-1, in a preparatory game for the final phase of that competition.
The German team reached the half-time winning 5-0, with goals from Robin Gosens (18 minutes), Ilkay Gundogan (21), Thomas Muller (27), an own goal by Latvia goalkeeper Roberts Ozols (39), and by Serge Gnabry (45).
In the second half, Germany extended the result with two more goals, from Timo Werner and Leroy Sane, in the 50th and 76th minutes, but the Latvian team scored the honorable goal in the 75th minute, by Aleksej Saveljevs.
It should be noted that the captain of Germany, goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, who played 90 minutes today, reached a historic milestone by becoming the first goalkeeper in the history of Germany to reach 100 caps.
Germany is one of the opponents of the Portuguese team in Group F of the Euro2020 finals, along with the teams of France and Hungary.
In another friendly match played today, Ukraine received and won the Cyprus national team by 4-0, with two goals from Andriy Yarmolenko, in the 37th and 65th minute, and by Oleksandr Zinchenko, in the 45+2, and by Roman Yaremchuk, in the 59th minute .
It should be noted that the Ukrainian team played in numerical superiority since the 36th minute, after the expulsion of the Cypriot player Anteras Panayioutou.
Ukraine is part of group C of Euro2020, having as opponents the teams of the Netherlands, Austria and Northern Macedonia.
In other friendly matches played today, the Serbia national team drew 1-1 against Jamaica, while the Faroe Islands thrashed Liechtenstein, 5-1, and Andorra and Gibraltar drew goalless at home to the Pyrenees national team.
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