The German quartet of Vanessa Fudalla, MoAuba, Nico Schlotterbeck and Bernd Leno has lost the Esport duel with Spain.
The selection of women national player, eSports, U21 and A national players lost to the Spanish quartet at the eFriendly at the console with 4:7.
In the decisive duel of the senior national players Marco Asensio defeated Bernd Leno with 3:2.
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The duels in the overview
Vanessa Fudalla – Sheila Garcia 4:4 (3:1)
The German colours in the women’s game were represented by U19 national player Vanessa Fudalla. She met the senior international Sheila Garcia. Fudalla took a 2-0 and 3-1 lead in the first half with Germany’s women in 85, but scored three goals in a row in the second half to save a 4-4 victory.
One point each went to Germany and Spain in the international comparison. 1:1 – Goals: 4:4
MoAuba – JRA10 1:3 (0:1)
World champion MoAuba fell behind early on against the Spanish eSports team JRA10. In the 75th minute, the German eNational player managed to equalize. However, the Spanish player scored the 2:1 for Spain again. A short time later the decision: In the 85th minute MoAuba scored the 1:3
Points in the international comparison: 1:4 – goals: 5:7
Nico Schlotterbeck – Abel Ruiz 6:1 (3:1)
Once again not a good start for the DFB representative. Nico Schlotterbeck also caught up early with Spain’s SC Braga U21 striker. However, Freiburg’s defenders responded with a double strike. With the whistle for the break, Schlotterbeck added 3:1 to the score. In the second round, the German U21 defender extended his lead with another double strike and crowned an outstanding performance with a 6-1 win.
Points in the international comparison: 4:4 – goals: 11:8
Bernd Leno – Marco Asensio 2:3 (1:2)
Marco Asensio, who won the La Liga Challenge in Spain, was the player with the better chances, scoring a 1-0 midway through the first half, and the Real Madrid pro followed suit a few minutes later with a 2-0 win. Shortly before the break Leno reduced the score to 1:2.
Only a few seconds after the restart, the German keeper, who set himself up, managed to equalize. Germany would have been the overall winner again. But 20 minutes before the end of the game, Asensio scored the winning 3-2 and Leno missed his best chance with Timo Werner when he failed at the post.
Points total: 4:7 – goals: 13:11
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