England Women 1-2 Germany Women: Klara Buehl stuns Lionesses with late winner in front of record crowd at a sell-out Wembley
- Alexandra Popp broke the deadlock for the visitors inside the first 10 minutes
- Ellen White then levelled the scores just before the break at a sell-out Wembley
- Klara Buehl stunned the Lionesses with a late goal as their poor form continues
Klara Buehl stunned the Lionesses with a late winner at a sell-out Wembley on Saturday evening.
Alexandra Popp broke the deadlock for the visitors inside the opening 10 minutes to put Phil Neville’s side on the back foot.
Ellen White then levelled the scores just before the break before Buehl scored with a minute of normal time remaining.
More to follow.
England’s Ellen White celebrates scoring their first goal to level the scores at Wembley
Alexandra Popp of Germany celebrates scoring the opening goal during Saturday’s friendly
The match was played in front of a sell-out crowd and a record attendance for the Lionesses
England XI: Earps, Bronze, Williamson, Houghton, Greenwood, Scott, Walsh, Nobbs, Parris, White, Mead
Subs: Telford, Bright, Taylor, Stokes, McManus, Stanway, Daly, Staniforth, England, Roebuck, Hemp, Bonner.
Germany XI: Frohms, Kleinherne, Hendrich, Doorsoun-Khajeh, Oberdorf, Marozsan, Dabritz, Magull, Starke, Popp, Buhl
Subs: Maier, Hegering, Schuller, Bremer, Benkarth, Dallmann, Rauch, Leupolz, Schmitz, Knaak, Gasper, Lattwein