Kazan Arena, Kazan, 22.06.2017

1-1 (1-1)
Stindl 41. / Sánchez 6.

Joachim Löw’s German team overcame a torrid first-half barrage to fight back against a spirited Chilean outfit in Kazan, with Lars Stindl executing a clinical move just before half-time to settle a ship that for a long time looked as it if it was drifting our of control. the South American champions had been gifted the lead after just six minutes courtesy of a defensive blunder, but things were a lot calmer in the second half with both teams satisfied to share the spoils.

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Germany: ter Stegen – Süle, Mustafi, Ginter – Kimmich, Can, Rudy, Hector – Goretzka, Draxler (c) – Stindl

Chile: Herrera – Isla, Medel (c) (71. P. Diáz), Jara, Beausejour – M. Diáz – Aránguiz (90. Silva), Vidal – Hernández, Vargas (82. Rodriguez), A. Sánchez

Referee: Alireza Faghani (Iran)
Assistants: Reza Sokhandan (Iran), Mohammadreza Mansouri (Iran)
Fourth Official: Mark Geiger (United States)
Video Assistant Referees: Artur Soares Dias (Portugal), Joe Fletcher (Canada)
Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan)

Yellow Cards: Stindl, Rudy / Sánchez, Beausejour
Red Cards: – / –

Ball Possession: 51% / 49%
Attempts on Target/Blocked: 6 / 5
Attempts off Target: 3 / 6
Corners: 1 / 4
Fouls Committed: 13 / 18

Attendance: 38,822

Man of the Match: Alexis Sánchez (Chile)