Liechtenstein 0-2 Germany: Hansi Flick's reign starts with win over minnows

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Timo Werner touched the ball only 18 times, despite being in the game for the whole time - but he scored Germany's opening goal.

Germany defeated Liechtenstein resistance 2-0 as they defeated the minnows in Hansi Flick’s first game.

To give the Germans an advantage in the 41st minute, Timo Werner of Chelsea slotted the ball between Benji Bookel's legs after Jamal Musiala's pass.

Leroy Sane won the match with a fine solo goal during the second period.

Germany scored 29 shots in St Gallen (Switzerland), including Robin Gosens's shot off the crossbar.

Flick, a former Bayern Munich manager, was appointed Germany's long-serving boss after Euro 2020.

They are still one point behind Group J leaders Armenia who drew 1-1 with North Macedonia.