Germany held by Serbia in friendly

Manchester City duo Leroy Sane and İlkay Gündoğan featured in Germany’s 1-1 friendly draw with Serbia at the Volkswagen Arena on Wednesday night.

Serbia took the lead on 12 minutes thanks to Luka Jovic who flicked his header into the net past the despairing dive of Manuel Neuer.

It was the Serbians who produced the next talking point of the match when Adam Ljajic who was so close to joining Manchester United in 2009 was played in but he blazed his effort high and over the crossbar with 41 minutes in the clock.

It was all Germany in the second half and it was very much the duo from the Blue side of Manchester who were involved,as on 65 minutes Gundogan was played in before rounding Dmitrovic in the Serbian goal before his effort was somehow cleared off the line by Maksimovic.

Pep Guardiola would have been very pleased with his two players a day on 65 minutes it was Sane who had a fantastic chance as he met a perfect cross from Halstenburg but his header was saved down low by the impressive Dmitrovic.

However Serbia’s lead was pegged back on 69 minutes as Marco Reus picked out Leon Goretezka who fired the ball into the net in what was a deserved goal for Low’s side.

On 77 minutes Sane could have put his side ahead as he cut in on his left before whistling at strike in on goal only for Dmitrovic to make yet another superb save.

It was Serbia who nearly won it at the death as Radonjic’s cross ended up heading goalbound before it was tipped over the bar by substitute stopper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen.

However the drama was not over as Serbia substitute Milan Pavkov was shown a red card for a poor tackle on Sane that forced the winger off for the last few minutes of the game in worrying scenes for Manchester City supporters.

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