Suara.com – The German U-17 National Team secured their ticket to the 2023 U-17 World Cup quarter-finals after a dramatic 3-2 win over the United States U-17 National Team at the Si Jalak Harupat Stadium, Soreang, Bandung, Tuesday (21/11) afternoon. Germany took the lead thanks to the winning goal in the 87th minute.
Chasing each other’s scores really colored the round of 16 match between the Germany U-17 National Team vs the United States U-17 National Team.
Germany opened the scoring through Charles Herrmann’s goal in the 14th minute. However, Taha Habroune equalized the score for the United States 10 minutes later.
Germany regained a 2-1 lead through Max Moerstedt’s goal in the 34th minute which lasted until half-time.
Reluctant to give up, the United States equalized again through a goal in the 80th minute via David Vazquez.
When the match seemed to be going into extra-time, Germany scored the winning goal in the 87th minute through a player of Turkish descent. Bilal Yalcinkaya.
With this victory, Germany advanced to the last eight and will face Spain at the Newsdelivers.com International Stadium (JIS) on November 24.
At the Si Jalak Harupat Stadium, Germany, who was aggressively attacking, was finally able to break through the United States’ goal in the 14th minute with a curling free kick released by Charles Herrmann from outside the penalty box.
Having fun attacking, Germany forgot about its defense. Through a counterattack, the United States was able to equalize in the 24th minute through Taha Habroune.
The youth team Der Panzer – nicknamed the German National Team – regained the lead over the United States in the 34th minute. Herrmann, who stabbed from the right wing, successfully sent a flat pass which was successfully executed by Max Moerstedt with his right foot.
In the second half, the United States managed to equalize the score at 2-2 through a low free kick taken by David Vazquez from the left side of the German defense in the 81st minute.
However, Germany took the lead again through a goal from substitute, Bilal Yalcinkaya. Yalcinkaya, who had just entered, immediately scored a goal in the 87th minute to put Germany back ahead 3-2.