With three changes: This is Germany’s line-up


Lerato Khumalo

On Saturday evening, Germany will fight for a place in the quarter-finals. National coach Julian Nagelsmann is counting on many familiar faces.

From now on it’s “do or die”: Germany is fighting for a place in the next round of the European Championship at home in the round of 16. Their opponent on Saturday is Denmark (from 9 p.m. in the t-online live ticker). National coach Julian Nagelsmann was “well prepared” on Friday. He has chosen the following line-up for the match:

Compared to the last preliminary round match against Switzerland (2:2), Nagelsmann is using three new players. Leroy Sané, David Raum and Nico Schlotterbeck are in the starting eleven. They are replaced by the suspended Jonathan Tah, Florian Wirtz and Maximilian Mittelstädt. Super-sub Niclas Füllkrug is initially back on the bench.