Netherlands coach Ronald Koeman says he regrets not making a late defensive switch after Germany scored a last-minute winner in their Euro 2020 Group C qualifying game in Amsterdam
"I wanted to bring in Nathan Ake for Quincy Promes to get the point. Maybe I should have done that," Koeman told Dutch broadcaster NOS.
"We got chances for 3-2 and when you are on the field, you can feel that 3-2 is in it. In the final phase, the last two to three minutes, Germany became more dangerous."
Like in last year's Nations League contest, the Dutch again recovered from a two-goal deficit.
Leroy Sane confidently slotted in the opener following Matthijs de Ligt's slip and Serge Gnabry curled in a superb second to put the visitors in the ascendency.
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"What pleases me is that the team never lost the belief that they could win the game, and in the
Northern Ireland top Group C after beating Belarus 2-1 at Windsor Park to add to their 2-0 win over Estonia in their opening qualifier.
Koeman's side, who have also played twice, drop to third place following their agonising loss against Germany, who have only played once.
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