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Netherlands scored multiple times in 32 second-half minutes to verify a wonderful 4-2 rebound triumph against hosts Germany in their Euro 2020 Group C qualifier on Friday.

Objectives from Frenkie de Jong, a Jonathan Tah claim objective, Donyell Malen and Georginio Wijnaldum wrapped up the success after Serge Gnabry had given the hosts an early lead and Toni Kroos had pulled them level at 2-2 with a disputable punishment.
The outcome leaves Germany on nine from four games, three behind pioneers Northern Ireland, who they face on Monday in Belfast. The Netherlands move to six from three games and next face base side Estonia.
It was a triumphant come back to Hamburg for Dutch mentor Ronald Koeman, who won in the port city against the Germans as a player during Euro' 88, and a reasonable sign of his group's improvement after they neglected to arrive at the last two noteworthy competitions.

Joachim Loew's Germany side, experiencing their own update after a disillusioning 2018 World Cup first-round exit and Nations League assignment, got off to a decent start with Gnabry scoring on the bounce back in the ninth moment.
There was little to be found as far as assaults from the Netherlands however that changed after the break.
They turned the game around inside seven minutes, first scoring through De Jong in the 59th and after that leading the pack affability of Tah's shocking own objective.

The Germans, missing a few harmed players, including Leroy Sane and Leon Goretzka, were battling with the Dutch pace down the wings and were fortunate to level with a 73rd moment Kroos punishment after Matthijs de Ligt unintentionally took care of.
Be that as it may, the guests sought retribution for their 3-2 misfortune in Amsterdam in March, striking through debutant Malen in the 79th after a brisk blend left the German barrier solidified.
Wijnaldum finished the triumph in stoppage time and finished Germany's 14-coordinate winning keep running in World Cup and Euro qualifiers.

Belarus earned a stoppage time 2-1 win at Estonia to guarantee their first focuses in the other game in the gathering on Friday.
(Revealing by Karolos Grohmann; Editing by Ken Ferris)

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