90 minutes of football is not enough to separate these two old European rivals as Italy and Germany share the spoils for the 13th time in their history. A first half with relatively little in the way of goal-mouth action was met with a frenetic second half, with Italy taking the lead after 71 minute, thanks to a close-range finish at the far post from Pellegrini after Gnonto’s assist. The lead would hold for just 180 seconds though, as the Mannschaft came powering back with a Kimmich goal from 10 yards out. The final 15 minutes produced chances for both sides but both Neuer and Donnarumma held strong to prevent a late defeat. The tie means that Italy and Germany are level in the group - behind Hungary.