Chelsea boss Frank Lampard would’ve seen loads to please him as Germany fought again to earn an entertaining 3-Three draw with Switzerland on Tuesday evening.
Not solely did his two big-money signings Kai Havertz and Timo Werner encourage their nation, however Lampard may also really feel vindicated in his exiling of Antonio Rudiger.
The Blues outcast made an actual mess of his goalline clearance as Remo Freuler put the Swiss two targets in entrance after simply 26 minutes, including to Mario Gavranovic’s opener.
Then Havertz and Werner mixed to guide the comeback for Germany.
First, Werner scored a improbable solo aim after being fed by Havertz in midfield, taking it previous quite a few Swiss defenders earlier than slotting away a tidy end.
And it was the Chelsea pair whose urgent compelled Switzerland right into a mistake for the equalising aim, as Havertz intercepted and drove at aim earlier than firing previous Yann Sommer.
Then extra suspect defending from Rudiger allowed the guests again in entrance, because the centre-back drifted out of place after which didn’t get better as Gavranovic bought his second.
Once more, it was left to Germany’s forwards to dig them out of hassle, and Werner went on a improbable run earlier than discovering Serge Gnabry, whose pleasant end ensured the sport ended all-square.