Former Arsenal forward Serge Gnabry scored a stunning goal as he helped Germany to a dramatic win over the Netherlands in their Euro 2020 qualifying clash.
Germany beat the Netherlands 3-2 away from home in what was their first game in the qualifiers.
It was a significant win over Germany following the announcement from manager Joachim Low that three experienced players would no longer be a part of the team.
Joachim Low left out the Bayern Munich trio of Mat Hummels, Thomas Muller and Jerome Boateng as he revealed that the three Bayern Munich players would no longer be considered for call-up to the national team.
The newlook Germany team took the lead in the 15th minute through Manchester City winger Leroy Sane before Bayern Munich star Gnabry added a second goal on 34 minutes with a stunner after he outsmarted Liverpool defender Virgil Van Dijk.
Serge Gnabry spent five years with Arsenal between 2011 and 2016 having joined from German club VfB Stuttgart.
The 23-year-old left the Gunners to join German champions Bayern Munich in 2016.
Germany maintained the 2-0 lead at halftime only for the hosts to fightback through Matthijs De Ligt and Memphis Depay but the immediate past world champions had the last laugh after TSG Hoffenheim midfielder Nico Schulz scored the winning goal on the stroke of full-time.