Germany are through to the final of the Confederations Cup following a sublime display in the 4-1 win against Mexico on Thursday.
Die Mannschaft ran the rule, making light work of the Mexicans in the first 45 minutes of the encounter.
22-year-old, Leon Goretzka scored a brace in the early minutes; 6′ and 8′, to put the contest beyond El Tri.
In the second half, Germany showed no signs of stopping as they continued to mount pressure on the Mexicans while holding possession.
Fourteen minutes into the second half, 21-year-old forward Timo Werner tapped in from close range after he was played into position by Jonas Hector.
Then Mexico got was seemed a consolation on the 89′ when substitute Marco Fabian fired past Marc-André ter Stegen.
But, the World champions were not done yet as substitute Amin Younes struck teh back of the net on 90+1′.
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Joachim Löw’s men will now face Chile in the final on July 2 at the Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg.