Germany meets the Italian national team in Mönchengladbach on Tuesday evening. You can follow the fourth day of the Nations League live on free TV.
At the end of the international match window in June, the German national soccer team has to compete with Italy in an all-time international classic. In front of a home crowd in Mönchengladbach, the first victory in the Nations League season should succeed.
The DFB selection met Italy’s “Squadra Azzurra” last week. As in the other two games, Hansi Flick’s team did not get more than a 1-1 draw. At that time they put in a strong lead in the first half, but then dropped extremely in the second round. After the end of the third day of play, Germany is third in Group 3. Opponents Italy, on the other hand, lead the group with a total of five points.
Cold consolation for the football-mad nation. After all, last summer’s European Championship title was followed by the missed World Cup qualification and a clear 3-0 defeat in the “Finalissima” against South American champions Argentina. Since then, Italy has presented itself with a much younger selection and seems to be successful with it. While the DFB team is sad after the poor performances of the last few weeks, the Italian media are full of praise for the completely renewed “Squadra Azzurra”.
Germany-Italy will be broadcast on free TV
Football fans can also follow this game of the German national team free of charge on TV and in the stream. The game runs on free TV on ZDF, and as always, a free stream is available in the ZDF media library.
Moderator Jochen Breyer and former national player and world champion Per Mertesacker will guide you through the program from 8:15 p.m. The international classic is commented on by Oliver Schmidt. Kick-off in the sold-out Borussia Park is at 8:45 p.m.
Sources: Kicker, ZDF