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11.09.2018 at 17:00 Tallaght Stadium Attendance:
Under 21 0 - 6 Germany
Referee: Alejandro Hernandez (ESP) European Qualifier / PROG-match

Goalscorers
None. Seydel(6)
Teuchert(22pen, 66, 73pen) Serdar(83pen, 86)
Opening squads
Kieran O Hara
Ryan Manning
Conor Shaughnessy
Sean Mc Loughlin
Corey Whelan
Ryan Delaney
Henry Charsley
Liam Kinsella
Josh Cullen
Reece Grego-Cox
Jake Mulraney
Alexander Nubel (GK),
Benjamin Henrichs,
Lukas Klostermann (C),
Timo Baumgartl,
Waldemar Anton,
Aaron Seydel,
Cedric Teuchert,
Eduard Löwen,
Florian Neuheus,
Jordan Torunarigha,
Maximilian Eggestein.
Substitutes
Liam Bossin
Ethan Boyle
Shaun Donnellan
Rory Hale
Jamie Mc Grath
Joseph Quigley
Ronan Hale
Markus Schubert (G)
Felix Uduokhai
Marco Richter
Arne Maier
Janni Serra
Suat Serdar
Pascal Stenzel
Substitutions
Shaun Donnellan -> Sean Mc Loughlin (16)
Jamie Mc Grath -> Ryan Manning (54)
Joseph Quigley -> Jake Mulraney (88)
Serdar for Torunarigha 46 mins,
Richter for Seydal 54 mins,
Maier for Lowen 66 mins,
Yellow cards
Shaun Donnellan (22)
Kieran O Hara (46)
Torunarigha 45 mins
Red cards
None. None
Other statistics
0 Shots 0
0 Shots on goal 0
0 Offsides 0
0 Corner kicks 0
0 Free kicks 0
0 Penalties 0
Match report
Ireland U21: Group leaders Germany score six at Tallaght
Republic of Ireland Under-21s suffered a difficult night as Germany scored six in a convincing victory, including three penalties.

Ireland's hopes of qualification were dealt with a blow as Ireland dropped to third spot in Group Five with two games remaining against Israel and Germany.

Aaron Seydel opened the scoring five minutes into the tie and Eduard Lowen made it two from the spot, after Jake Mulraney's foul, in the 21st minute to give Germany a comfortable early lead.

Ryan Manning almost got Noel King's side back into the game four minutes later after his 25-yard free-kick was deflected wide. From the resulting corner, Josh Cullen set up Manning on the edge of the area, but his curling effort hit the side netting.

After the break, Ireland almost reduced the deficit in the 63rd minute after Reece Grego-Cox took the ball down for Corey Whelan to provide a low cross, but Mulraney couldn't reach the ball six yards out.

Two minutes later, Germany scored a third as Teuchert smashed the ball home from the edge of the area. He completed his hat-trick in the 72nd minute from the spot after Liam Kinsella's foul to make it 4-0.

Substitute Suat Serdar scored two in the final 10 minutes of the game, including a penalty, to secure a convincing victory for the away side.

Two SSE Airtricity League players made their international debuts during the game as Cork City Sean McLoughlin started, but was forced off with a hip injury after 15 minutes, and Dundalk midfielder Jamie McGrath came off the bench in the second-half.

"It's fair to say that Germany are the best team in the group on the evidence of that performance. You can see why they were Champions two years ago," U21 Head Coach Noel King said.

"I've never remembered three penalties being given away in a game which definitely didn't help us. It was 2-0 half-way through the second-half and it looked like we could have got back into it.

"After that, we were chasing them and they added to the scoreline. We need to regroup after this result before the two games in October. We'll have to get three points in Israel and see where that takes us in the group."

Teams

Republic of Ireland: Kieran O'Hara (GK), Corey Whelan, Conor Shaughnessy, Liam Kinsella, Josh Cullen (C), Harry Charsley, Reece Grego-Cox, Ryan Manning (Jamie McGrath 54), Jake Mulraney (Joe Quigley 87), Sean McLoughlin (Shaun Donnellan 15), Ryan Delaney.

Subs: Liam Bossin (GK), Rory Hale, Ronan Hale, Ethan Boyle.

Germany: Alexander Nubel (GK), Benjamin Henrichs, Lukas Klostermann (C), Timo Baumgartl, Waldemar Anton, Aaron Seydel (Marco Richter 54), Cedric Teuchert, Eduard Löwen (Arne Maier 66), Florian Neuheus, Jordan Torunarigha (Suat Serdar 46), Maximilian Eggestein.

Subs not used: Markus Schubert (GK), Ohis Felix Uduokhai, Janni Serra, Pascal Stenzel.

Referee: Alejandro Hernandez (ESP)
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