Thorgan Hazard and Axel Witsel starred for the Belgium national team as they strolled to a comfortable victory over Poland in the UEFA Nations League. Earlier, on Tuesday, the German national team welcomed their English counterparts to Munich for an international classic – with BVB players on both sides. Elsewhere, Youssoufa Moukoko again proved to be the match-winner for the DFB juniors in their match in Poland.

A Belgium side without Thomas Meunier, who was an unused substitute, but with Axel Witsel and Thorgan Hazard claimed a brilliant 6-1 win against Poland in Nations League Group 4 on Wednesday evening. Poland's opening goal by Lewandowski was cancelled out by Witsel on the stroke of half-time, with substitute Thorgan Hazard spectacularly assisting the final goal of the comeback victory. Having lost 4-1 to neighbours Netherlands a matter of days ago, it proved to be a speedy redemption for the Red Devils.


Despite their clear dominance, Germany were held to a 1-1 draw in their tradition-steeped clash with England in Munich on Tuesday. Borussia's new signing Nico Schlotterbeck was included in the starting XI for Germany and played the full 90 minutes. The defender produced another very strong performance, which was only dampened slightly by the penalty he gave away that Harry Kane converted to restore parity late on. Jude Bellingham, Schlotterbeck's future team-mate in Black & Yellow, started the game on the bench but came on after only 14 minutes to replace the injured Kalvin Philipps. With several weeks to go until his 19th birthday, Bellingham has now already made 14 international appearances for the Three Lions.

Youssoufa Moukoko shone in the final game of the EURO qualifying campaign for the DFB U21s, who had already qualified for the finals before facing Poland in Lodz. The forward initially put the German youngsters in front on the 25-minute mark but Poland equalised quickly and all the signs pointed towards a draw – only for Moukoko to have the last laugh with five minutes to go when he re-established Germany's lead and secured a 2-1 victory.