“We are expecting a hard game again, in which we hopefully prevail,” DFB coach Michael Prus had explained before the second game against the Netherlands in the Garrel school center after his team won 2-1 in the first comparison.
After 20 minutes, however, the ball was on the network of the young DFB team, which was reorganized in all positions compared to the first test. Isaiah Mustapha from Vitesse Arnheim was successful for Oranje.
In the second round, the 1236 spectators were allowed to cheer with the German eleven, because Alessandro Souza von Eintracht Frankfurt equalized to 1-1. When both teams had already come to a tie, Mustapha met a second time after a standard in added time and thus ensured the defeat of the German juniors.
“The late goal is a shame and, of course, was no longer necessary,” said Prus. “Overall, we had more options than the Netherlands, but unfortunately we didn’t use our chances,” said the coach, which was still “very satisfied”.