Germany broke apart in their 3-0 Nations League defeat at the hands of Netherlands, in what was their 6th loss in 10 games and the first time they’ve ever lost by three goals to the Dutch
Van Dijk reacted first to nod in from close range after Babel had headed against the crossbar following Depay’s right-wing corner. Sane, on as a second-half substitute, should have equalised, but he dragged a shot just wide when unmarked 8 yards out.
That miss proved costly, as they gave the ball away and Promes played in Depay for the second goal in the 86th minute from a quick counter-attack, before Wijnaldum sealed the win in injury time with a low shot into the bottom corner. The Netherlands are now second in the three-nation group.