Resounding win for Trapp

Kevin Trapp’s Germany beat Italy 5-2 – their biggest win over the reigning European champions in 83 years – while Daichi Kamada’s Japan lost to Tunisia in the Kirin Cup final.

After three successive draws, Germany claimed their first UEFA Nations League win on Tuesday with a 5-2 victory over Italy – a result that will boost Die Mannschaft’s confidence ahead of their remaining group games in September. Eintracht goalkeeper Kevin Trapp was an unused substitute for the game in Mönchengladbach.

Japan beaten in final

A Japan side featuring Daichi Kamada were beaten 3-0 by Tunisia in the final of the Kirin Challenge Cup. The Eagles midfielder was named in the starting line-up in Suita before being taken off after 60 minutes.

With no more national team fixtures on the horizon this season, Eintracht’s international players can now enjoy their summer holidays. They will return to the club on Monday 4 July, a week after pre-season training officially gets under way.

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