Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, 02.07.2017

1-0 (1-0)
Stindl 20. / –

Up against Chile for the second time in just over a week, Joachim Löw’s young side once again overcame a brave and spirited opponent to claim the Confederations Cup for the first time. In a pulsating encounter in St. Petersburg, the Mannschaft were quickly placed under the cosh by a ferocious La Roja, and were lucky not to be behind early on. It would take a defensive error from the Chileans to provide the opening for Lars Stindl to execute the easiest of finishes, and after that there was no looking back.

With their opponents throwing everything and kitchen sink at them, the German defence would hold firm to secure a second international trophy for Nationaltrainer Löw.

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Germany: ter Stegen – Rüdiger, Mustafi, Ginter – Kimmich, Rudy, Goretzka (90.+2. Süle), Hector – Stindl, Draxler (c) – Werner (79. Can)

Chile: Bravo (c) – Isla, Medel, Jara, Beausejour – Díaz (53. Valencia) – Aránguiz (81. Sagal), Hernández – Vidal – Vargas (81. Puch), Sánchez

Referee: Milorad Mažić (Serbia)
Assistants: Milovan Ristić (Serbia), Dalibor Đurđević (Serbia)
Fourth Official: Damir Skomina (Slovenia)
Video Assistant Referees: Clément Turpin (France), Jure Praprotnik (Slovenia)
Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Artur Soares Dias (Portugal)

Yellow Cards: Kimmich, Can, Rudy / Vidal, Jara, Vargas, Bravo
Red Cards: – / –

Ball Possession: 39% / 61%
Attempts on Target/Blocked: 5 / 13
Attempts off Target: 3 / 8
Corners: 4 / 9
Fouls Committed: 20 / 13

Attendance: 57,268

Man of the Match: Marc-André ter Stegen (Germany)