Germany claimed their first win of this Nations League campaign as they hammered Italy 5-2 in Monchengladbach.
Having drawn each of their previous three Group C matches 1-1, Hansi Flick’s side were dominant at Borussia-Park, easily swatting the European champions aside.
Joshua Kimmich got things started in the 10th minute and Germany never looked back, with Thomas Muller netting early in the second half after Ilkay Gundogan had scored from the penalty spot.
Timo Werner’s rapid double added further gloss to a mightily impressive victory, as Germany made a statement of intent despite consolations from Wilfried Gnonto and Alessandro Bastoni.
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