Germany had six different goal scorers as they warmed up for the upcoming European Championships with a 7-1 rout of lowly Latvia in Dusseldorf on Monday.
Germany boss Joachim Low brought on Timo Werner for the impressive Kai Havertz along with Leroy Sane at the break and both netted in the second half, while Aleksejs Saveljevs netted a spectacular goal for the visitors.
Despite the win, Low was disappointed with the goal conceded, saying: “You can defend something like that better overall. That sort of thing shouldn’t normally happen.”
He added: “If you don’t pay attention in moments, don’t be vigilant - that’s exactly when our opponents punish you.
“We must keep your concentration high for over 90 minutes in every situation - that can certainly be improved.”
Elsewhere in friendlies on Monday, Ukraine won 4-0 over Cyprus with Andriy Yarmolenko netting a double.