Germany vs Turkey – Friendlies LIVE Score 07/10/2020
Germany vs Turkey match details
Match: Germany vs Turkey
Competition: International friendly
Date: October 7, 2020
Kick-off time: 7:45 pm, October 7, 2020 (UK time)
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Germany vs Turkey live score: Match preview
Germany are three-times European Champions as well as four-times world champions and are hopeful of adding more silverware next summer.
However, one competition they have not enjoyed is the UEFA Nations League.
Last month, they kicked off this campaign with two 1-1 draws, first with Spain in Stuttgart and then with Switzerland in Basel.
This means Joachim Löw’s side are still yet to win a Nations League game, losing two and drawing the other four matches they’ve played.
Die Mannschaft travel to Ukraine on Saturday before hosting Switzerland on Tuesday.
If they’re to reach the UEFA Nations League Finals, those are must win matches.
Turkey meanwhile qualified for Euro 2020 in style, topping their group above World Champions France.
However, Şenol Güneş’ side did not start their Nations League campaign well in September.
First, Hungary beat them 1-0 in Sivas before they could only secure a goalless draw with Serbia at Rajko Mitić Stadium.
Later this week, they take on Russia in Moscow before hosting Serbia in a very competitive section.
First though, can Turkey spring a surprise at RheinEnergieStadion?