Germany also defeated ÖFB opponent Netherlands

Germany also won the second football test match of the European Championship year. After defeating France 2-0, the Euro hosts defeated the Netherlands 2-1 in Frankfurt, making it another European Championship group opponent for Austria. Meanwhile, France beat Chile 3-2 in Marseille. England drew 2–2 against Belgium in London thanks to Bellingham's goal; The match was refereed by ÖFB referee Sebastian Kieshamer.

The battle between the newly created German national coach Julian Nagelsmann and the “Oranje” team started off spectacularly. After a strong build-up from the Memphis DeBay, Joey Weirman sparked to give the visitors the lead (4th). But the DFB team immediately hit back through the man of Maximilian Mittelstadt who fired the ball under the crossbar for his first goal in a DFB uniform in just his second international (11th).

In the second half, the Dutch were the more dangerous team early on, before a series of substitutions disrupted the flow of the game. The Germans then took command and scored the winning goal through substitute Niklas Fulkrug (85th). The striker shouldered the ball into the goal, and goalie Bart Verbruecken was only able to parry just behind the line (85th).

Against Germany, France fell behind early on and Marcelino Nunez scored for Chile after six minutes. Yusuf Fobana (19th) and Randall Kolo Mwani (25th) then turned the game around for coach Didier Deschamps' side before the break. In the second period, Olivier Giroud added a goal (72nd), and the South Americans could only manage a follow-up goal from Dario Osorio (82nd).

At Wembley Stadium, England avoided their second defeat. After a 0-1 defeat against Brazil, the “Three Lions” managed a lucky draw against Belgium. Yuri Tielmans twice got a brace (11th, 36th), and goalie Jordan Pickford didn't look his best in the first goal.

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The openers won with a penalty from Evan Toney (17th). He was brought down earlier by Jan Vertonghen, referee Kishammer immediately pointed to the spot, and his decision was upheld by VAR Manuel Schüttengruber. Jarrod Bowen's goal was also disallowed for offside. Real Madrid star Jude Bellingham equalized in the 95th minute.

Hungary beat Kosovo 2–0, Franko Foda's first defeat in his second game as Kosovars captain. In a clash between two European Championship participants, Slovenia defeated Portugal led by captain Cristiano Ronaldo 2-0. Czech Republic beat Armenia 2-1 under the supervision of referee Julian Weinberger.

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