Germany and Mexico played out a thrilling 2-2 draw in an international friendly match in Philadelphia on Saturday.

Germany took the lead in the 25th minute through Antonio Rüdiger, who headed home a Joshua Kimmich corner. Mexico equalized in the 37th minute through Carlos Uriel Antuna, who finished off a counter-attack.

Mexico took the lead in the 47th minute through Érick Sánchez, who curled a shot into the top corner from outside the box. Germany equalized in the 51st minute through Niclas Füllkrug, who finished off a pass from Serge Gnabry.

Both teams had chances to win the game in the second half, but the score remained 2-2.


25th minute: Antonio Rüdiger heads Germany into the lead.
37th minute: Carlos Uriel Antuna equalizes for Mexico.
47th minute: Érick Sánchez gives Mexico the lead.
51st minute: Niclas Füllkrug equalizes for Germany.


It was a thrilling match with both teams playing attacking football. Germany had more possession and created more chances, but Mexico were clinical in front of goal.

Germany's defense was disappointing at times, and they conceded two soft goals. Mexico's defense was also disappointing, and they allowed Germany to come back from two goals down.


It was a good draw for both teams. Germany will be disappointed with their performance, but they can take comfort in the fact that they came back from two goals down. Mexico will be pleased with their performance, but they will be disappointed that they didn't win the game.

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