Germany defeated by Belgium’s Counter and Latest Transfer updates

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After a straightforward victory over Peru, Germany lost to Belgium at home with a score of 3–2. After a terrible start,Hansi Flick’s team improved. However, ultimately came up short against the Belgium’s brilliance on counterattacks.

Kevin De Bruyne’s Masterclass against Germany

The three goals scored by Belgium were all aided by Manchester City’s De Bruyne. He is regarded as the game’s best player tonight with 1 goal and 2 assists. Foremostly,The attacking midfielder frequently succeeded in finding gaps in and around the hosts’ defence.He also played a key role in upsetting Joshua Kimmich of Bayern Munich and aiding Belgium in disrupting Germany’s build-up play.

Match summary of Germany vs Belgium

Firstly, the Germany Coach  was determined to learn more about his  player pool and the formation he could employ during this international break.

There was a big mess in the German defence. In the opening nine minutes, Romelu Lukaku and Yannick Carrasco each scored goals, leaving the Germans shell-shocked.
Fortunately, a corner header by Niclas Füllkrug led to a handball by Lukaku, earning the Werder Bremen player a penalty. Füllkrug took advantage of the chance to reduce Germany’s first-half deficit to 2-1. It was encouraging to see how much more motivated and concentrated Germany appeared to be in the second half.

However,in the 59th minute,Timo Werner was flagged for offside on what would have been a crucial goal for the Germans. With an accurate finish, Kevin De Bruyne’s goal for Belgium in the 78th minute sealed the victory. Once again,Germany’s backline failed to deliverafter sustained pressure  and rekindled zeal.Despite having  a fairly unproductive first half, Serge Gnabry showed flashes of brilliance late in the game. In the 85th minute, his outstanding dribbling gave Germany an opportunity. And a few minutes later, he scored on a pass from Kevin Schade to make the score 3-2. For the struggling Bayern Munich forward, that was a positive development.

German Champions eyeing Napoli’s Osimhen and Gavi

The FC Barcelona midfielder Gavi has once more been connected to Bayern Munich. In addition, Even if the two parties could come to an agreement that they want to collaborate,  Florian Plettenberg of Sky Sport reports that: “The Bavarians may regard their central midfield as too crowded”. Bayern Munich would have a difficult time making room for the Spanish wonderkid. With Joshua Kimmich Leon Goretzka, Marcel Sabitzer,Ryan Gravenberchand Konrad Laimer are all now in the running for the no.6 and no.8 spots for the upcoming season.

SSC Napoli’s Victor Osimhen is having the best season of his career right now. Luciano Spalletti’s side are on the verge of winning their first Scudetto in over 30 years. They’re also well poised to advance to the champions league quarterfinals. Osimhen has been the main man up front in Napoli’s blistering attack. In addition, The Nigerian striker has a total of 21 goals and 5 assists through  27 appearances in all competitions so far this season. That’s too despite missing a few games  early in the season due to a thigh ailment.Victor Osimhen,the Napoli striker, would not be opposed to joining Bayern Munich. However,the German club lacks the funding to do so according to Sky Sport’s Florian Plettenberg.

FC Barcelona targeting RB Leipzig attacker Dani Olmo.

Barcelona have always kept a close eye on Dani Olmo’s future. After leaving the youth team at the age of 16, the Catalan club would like the RB Leipzig player to refuse to renew his contract and, in 2024, to go for him when he is free agent, according to ‘Mundo Deportivo’.

In conclusion,The future of Dani Olmo is a subject of discussion outside of Leipzig.  According to a “secret” report from the clubaffiliated “Mundo Deportivo,”There was a meeting  between the attacking player and FC Barcelona officials during the Winter World Cupin Doha. Moreover,according to reports, the Catalans urged Dani Olmo not to extend his Leipzig contract,which  expires in 2024. Particularly,Barça finds it challenging to pay a greater price for him because of the  difficult financial condition.

Dani olmo eager to join barca

“I played there for six years when I was young. It will always be a home for me”

“A lot of my friends from the national team play there. I want to come back sometime, it will be great (to Spain). Spain is my country, my league. My family and friends live there.”

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