Despite bossing the game, Germany couldn't make the most of their chances, with debutant Karim Bellarabi going close a number of times. Arkadiusz Milik opened the scoring shortly after half time, before Poland's Sebastian Mila took advantage of a gung-ho DFB-Team in the final 10 minutes to wrap up the win.
Germany lost 2-0 in their EURO 2016 qualifier in Poland on Saturday night. It was the first competitive defeat for Joachim Löw's side since their 2-1 loss to Italy in the semi-finals of EURO 2012, which coincidentally took place in the same stadium in Warsaw. Hoffenheim's Sebastian Rudy didn't feature in the game.
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