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12.01.2019 at 15:00 La Manga Attendance:
Germany 3 - 0 Ireland Under 16
Referee: Friendly-match

Goalscorers
Torben Rhein;
Emrehan Gedikli;
Lasse Gunter;
None.
Opening squads
Philipp Schultze,
Yassir Atty,
David Herold,
Luca Denk,
Torben Rhein (capt),
Armindo Sieb,
David Ludwig Lelle,
Arbnor Aliu,
Lasse Gunter,
Dennis Lutke Frie,
Mehmet Ibrahimi
Arlo Doherty
Adam Wells
Anselmo Garcia Mc Nulty
Oisin Hand
Gavin O Brien
Oran Crowe
Kyle Conway
Colin Conroy
Ben Mc Cormack
Sinclair Armstrong
Calum Kavanagh
Substitutes
Emrehan Gedikli;
Elijah Akwasi Krahn;
Winzent Suchanek;
Leon Fust;
Jakov Suver;
Tekin Gencoglu;
Tobias Werdich
Dan Rose
Fionnan Coyle
Kevin Platon
Andrew Moran
Jamie Doyle
Dylan Gavin
Billy Vance
Substitutions
Tekin Gencoglu for Atty 30 mins;
Emrehan Gedikli for Ibrahimi 30 mins;
Mesut Emre Kesik for Denk for 30 mins;
Elijah Akwasi Krahn for Aliu 46 mins,
Winzent Suchanek for Lelle 60 mins;
Jakov Suver for Rhein 60 mins;
Leon Fust for Sieb 60 mins;
Roman Reinelt for Harold 60 mins;
Tobias Werdich for Schultze 60 mins;
Dan Rose -> Arlo Doherty (46)
Fionnan Coyle -> Gavin O Brien (60)
Kevin Platon -> Adam Wells (60)
Jamie Doyle -> Colin Conroy (60)
Andrew Moran -> Ben Mc Cormack (60)
Billy Vance -> Sinclair Armstrong (60)
Dylan Gavin -> Calum Kavanagh (60)
Yellow cards
None None.
Red cards
None None.
Other statistics
0 Shots 0
0 Shots on goal 0
0 Offsides 0
0 Corner kicks 0
0 Free kicks 0
0 Penalties 0
Match report | Preview
The Republic of Ireland Under-16s lost the first international match of the year, after a 3-0 defeat to Germany in Spain's La Manga Club.
12th Jan 2019

Head Coach Paul Osam used all 18 players at his disposal in the match, in the team's first game of two international friendlies in the space of eight days.

Germany scored twice in the opening 45-minutes through captain Torben Rhein and Emrehan Gedikli before Lasse Gunter rounded off the win in the final 20-minutes.

Speaking after the game, Osam said he was happy with how his side performed, despite the defeat.

"We done quite well, especially in defence. We had a game plan against a really good side, and we did it really well. We didn't give up a lot of chances. Their goals came from individual errors and can be easily eradicated.

"Overall we took a lot from the game, as players and staff. It was a good few days here in La Manga. It was well worth coming and playing against such high-level opposition.

"A couple of players who have not have many chances did really well. Playing against a top nation, they coped well with the demands. It was an exercise worth doing, as we can see who can play at this level."

Ireland return to action on home soil next weekend, with an international friendly against Australia in the FAI National Training Centre. Kick-off on Saturday is at 1pm.

Germany: Philipp Schultze (Tobias Werdich 60), Yassir Atty (Tekin Gencoglu 30), David Herold (Roman Reinelt 60), Luca Denk (Mesut Emre Kesik 30), Torben Rhein (capt) (Jakov Suver 60), Armindo Sieb (Leon Fust 60), David Ludwig Lelle (Winzent Suchanek 60), Arbnor Aliu (Elijah Akwasi Krahn 46), Lasse Gunter, Dennis Lutke Frie, Mehmet Ibrahimi (Emrehan Gedikli 30)

Republic of Ireland: Arlo Doherty (Daniel Rose 46), Gavin O'Brien (capt) (Fionnan Coyle 60), Adam Wells (Kevin Platon 60), Anselmo Garcia MacNulty, Oisin Hand, Kyle Conway, Colin Conroy (Jamie Doyle 60), Ben McCormack (Andrew Moran 60), Oran Crowe (Adam Wells 74), Sinclair Armstrong (Billy Vance 60), Calum Kavanagh (Dylan Gavin 60)

Referee: Victor Garcia (ESP)
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