Germany beat Peru 2-0 to start Euro 2024 rebuild.

On Saturday, Germany forward Niclas Fullkrug scored twice in a 2-0 friendly win over Peru. The win started the hosts' goal of building a competitive team for the 2019 Euros.

The Germans unexpectedly used Fullkrug and Timo Werner as forwards in their first game since losing the World Cup in the first round last year. They scored, especially early.

With the ball in their own half, they did occasionally appear uneasy as they frequently lost possession and had trouble keeping up with Peru's ferocious pressure.

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"The team's dynamism was evident, especially during attacks. Despite not being perfect, a lot of things went well today "Hansi Flick, Germany's coach, said.

"The final pass wasn't always clean enough. There were moments when we misplaced things. We must use greater caution."

We attempted to have a "clean sheet," which was important. After Kai Havertz chested the ball, 30-year-old Fullkrug scored his first goal in the 12th minute.

His final World Cup group stage goal was also scored by him. After Florian Wirtz's shot and Werner's follow-up, Peru goalkeeper Pedro Gallese made two fantastic saves.

The Germans used Fullkrug and Timo Werner as attackers in their first game since losing the World Cup last year. Early, they scored.

Fullkrug wanted "a solid start to the year and delight the supporters." "Our first half was good. The second half was wild."

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