A thrilling Wednesday night at Borussia Dortmund’s Signal Iduna Park provided the fans with a lot of entertainment as Germany and Argentina locked horns in an international friendly
Unfortunately for the home side, they failed to make the most out of their encounter with the under-strength Argentina, being held to a 2-2 draw eventually.
The Germans utterly outplayed the South American visitors in the first half with a take-no-prisoners attitude, taking a comfortable 2-0 lead into halftime.
Serge Gnabry, who can’t stop scoring, broke the deadlock in the 16th minute, before providing a delightful assist to Kai Havertz just six minutes later.
However, the roles were reversed in the second half, with La Albiceleste pulling off a stunning comeback through the likes of Lucas Alario and Lucas Ocampos.
It was the fourth consecutive head-to-head meeting between these two nations that Die Mannschaft failed to pick up a victory inside 90 minutes (D2, L2).
Still, Joachim Low can be happy to see his free-scoring Germany side netting at least two goals per match for the sixth successive game ahead of their trip to Estonia on Sunday.
Sitting at the top of their respective qualifying group, the Germans could be on the verge of securing their place in the final continental tournament should they walk away from the A. Le Coq Arena with all three points.