Mehmet Can Aydin assists winning goal for Germany U20
The Germany U20 team recorded their second win in the second match of the international break on Monday. Three days after their 2-1 win over Poland, coach Hannes Wolf's side came up 1-0 victors in Romania.
The only goal of the day, seen by 3,700 spectators, was scored by Freiburg’s Robert Wagner, who latched onto Mehmet Can Aydin’s strike from distance in the 73rd minute, finishing from six yards out.
Aydin had been substituted on 60 seconds earlier, with Kerim Çalhanoğlu taken off at the same time. Çalhanoğlu, who had scored the winner against Poland, almost put Germany ahead in the first half with a lob against the bar (28’) and a powerful left-footed strike that Romania keeper Alexandru Borbei kept out strongly (37’).