Germany Lost To Belgium First-Time Since 1954


The bad days for Germany fans is not stopping. Germany has recently lost to Belgium in their International friendly games. This marked their first defeat to Belgium since 1954. The German defense seemed bamboozled as Carrasco scored to give Belgium the lead six minutes into the game.

Both the teams wanted to bounce back from their group stage exit from the World Cup. However, Belgium, the hosts of Euro 2024 looked more promising and they also did better as a side. The Belgium team was flowing really well at will and they were outclassing Germany in the first half.

Belgium started a move in their own half and with five pass build up and an unmarked Carrasco with plenty of space on the left flank score the opening goal in just sixth minute of the game. However, they did not just stop to give Germany the time to recover. De Bruyne slipped a through ball that reached Romelu Lukaku slitting the grass between the Germany defenders. It helped them double their lead once again.

Germany Lost To Belgium In International Friendlies

Lukaku has already scored a hattrick against Sweeden in their Euro qualifiers match. However, he could have gotten another goal today, but a powerful header deflected after hitting the crossbar made him miss the goal.

The German side who just won against Peru since their Word Cup exit in Qatar got a penalty that helped them reduced the lead. Even though second half was more exciting after Fulkurg scored from the penalty spot, Belgium was just determined to get a big win today. Kevin De Bruyne then came and finished another amazing move with a sublime finish making the Germany defense stand still and keep watching the bal.

Serge Gnabry tried to reduce the lead again with a second goal. However, it came on the 88th minute and the Germany hopes from this match were dead and buried until then.