Marozsán fits in well with the team. But your passes into the last third have not yet found a buyer.
The game is very poor in entertainment in the second half. There was only one shot on goal.
Farewell player Dzsenifer Marozsán is now on the field. It is her last game for the German national team.
Substitution for Germany: Melanie Leupolz
Substitution in Germany: Lena Oberdorf
Substitution for Germany: Dzsenifer Marozsán
Substitution in Germany: Lina Magull
Substitution for Brazil: Duda Francelino
Substitution for Germany: Chantal Hagel
Substitution in Germany: Felicity Rauch
Substitution for Brazil: Luana Bertolucci
Yasmim comes on as a substitute for Brazil
Substitution for Brazil: Tamires
The first conclusion of the second half belongs to the guests. Adriana volleys from the second row. Berger catches the beautiful shot.
Germany’s passing accuracy in the opposing half leaves a lot to be desired. So the DFB women don’t catch up on the 0:2 deficit.
Brazil is getting better now. Germany’s possession of the ball early in the second half didn’t lead to anything.
Germany has a lot of the ball but can’t get in front of the Brazilian goal yet.
Germany is doing well in the second half.
Substitution for Germany: Sarai Linder
Substitution in Germany: Sophia Kleinherne
Substitution for Germany: Sydney Lohmann
Substitution in Germany: Alexandra Popp
Kick-off 2nd half
Brazil go into the break in Nuremberg with a 2-0 lead over Germany. The early stages clearly belonged to the guests. Germany wasn’t on the pitch at all for the first 15 minutes. That’s why the DFB-Elf deservedly trailed 0-1. But then the home team got better. Germany put more and more pressure on Brazil, but still didn’t have much of a chance. This phase of pressure did not last long. Brazil recovered and then scored the second goal. Overall, the lead at half-time is well deserved because Brazil were the better team. Germany has to get better in all parts of the team.
End of 1st half
Official stoppage time (minutes): 1
Germany is unsettled by the renewed goal. Brazil is now in control of the game. The DFB women are waiting for the half-time whistle.
Germany had a brief period of pressure between the 20th and 30th minutes, but Brazil managed to break free. The 2:0 lead for the guests is still a bit lucky because the second goal in particular was quite unusual.
Tooor for Brazil, 0:2 by Ary Borges
Brazil scores 2-0 with a corner. Ary plays the ball briefly to Kerolin, who immediately puts it back on Ary. The Brazilian crosses almost two meters from the left corner flag with the right into the middle. Your cross sails with a cut to the long corner. Berger misjudges, so the ball flies into the goal.
Tamires has space on the left and crosses halfway up the middle. Doorsoun clears the ball in front of Gabi Nunes.
Brazil has broken through the German pressure phase. The guests are now better in the game again.
Geyse asserts himself quickly on the right wing. But Doorsoun is careful and takes the ball from her in the penalty area.
Rauch crosses the free kick from the right corner of the penalty area in front of the goal. Letícia palms the cross away.
Huth beats Tamires on the right wing. She is then pulled down by the Brazilian. There is a free kick for Germany.
Germany is now the superior team. However, many opportunities do not yet arise.
Rauch crosses from the left to the center. Letícia palms the ball clear.
Oberdorf and Gabi Nunes ran into each other. So the game was briefly interrupted. But both can continue to play.
First good chance for Germany! Popp shoots a free kick from 25 yards in the right-hand position with his left on goal. The ball comes halfway up to the right corner of the goal. Leticia is there. She keeps the shot in the follow-up.
Germany is finally coming into play better. The home team sometimes gets stuck in the Brazilian penalty area.
The DFB women have their first degree. A long ball lands on the sixteen with Schüller, who deducts the volley. She doesn’t hit the ball properly. The shot clearly misses the mark.
Germany comes for the first time with the ball in the last third. But the plug-in pass on Magull does not arrive. This is how Brazil regains possession of the ball.
The lead for Brazil is well deserved. Germany is not really in the game yet.
Tooor for Brazil, 0-1 by Tamires
Brazil takes an early lead! Doorsoun misjudges a long ball. The ball flies just over her head and lands in Gabi Nunes’ penalty area. The striker approaches Berger. Doorsoun is also added. The ball rebounds between the three women and lands right in front of Tamires’ feet, who only has to shoot into the empty goal.
Germany has not yet gone on the offensive. The ball is usually gone just past the center line.
Brazil has the first good chance to score! Tamires crosses onto the far post from the left. There Gabi Nunes comes to the header. Your shot just misses the post.
The game starts in tatters. Neither team manages to keep the ball in their own ranks any longer.
On the staff: Martina Voss-Tecklenburg is making five changes to her team compared to the win against the Netherlands. Berger starts for the battered Frohms in goal. Hendrich starts in central defense instead of Nüsken. Magull and Popp replace Lohmann and Däbritz in the eighth positions. Bühl also starts on the wing for Brand and Schüller replaces Waßmuth up front.
The Brazilians were allowed to take part in a premiere on Thursday. They contested the first Finalissima. In this new format, the winners of the Copa America compete against the European champions. Brazil lost to England on penalties.
The German women won 1-0 against the Netherlands last Friday. However, the respectable success in the test match was not based on a particularly good performance. Germany was the weaker team for long stretches and won with a set piece. The Netherlands lacked effectiveness in front of goal. Today the next top opponent is waiting with Brazil.
Today’s friendly is not only an important test before the World Cup in the summer, but also Dzsenifer Marozsán’s farewell game. Born in Budapest, she played 111 games for the German national team. She scored 33 goals. She became European Champion in 2013 and Olympic Champion in 2016 with Germany. The 30-year-old comes on as a substitute in the second half today.
Hello and welcome to the friendly match between the women’s national teams of Germany and Brazil. Kick-off is at 6 p.m.