Spain's and Germany's Under-21 teams drew a blank in their opening game at the European Championships. Goal.com watched the game and gave each player a mark out of ten...
Sergio Asenjo 8.5 - Saved his team on two occasions as the impressive Ozil escaped the attentions of the defenders and showed why he is a wanted man.
Sergio Sanchez 6.5 - Pushed forward well and impressed with his crosses down the right as well as with his tracking back to cover.
Chico 5.5 - Looked shaky at times in the centre of Spain's defence and if Dejagah had been on his game he could have been embarrassed.
Torrejon 7 - Kept the Spain back four together and showed his experience having played regularly for Espanyol for so long.
Monreal 6 - Was exposed a couple of times down the flank, before showing a few good touches to justify his selection when the Germans pushed up
Javi Martinez 6 - Was not afraid to put the boot in and clearly upset Ozil with a tough tackle towards the end after he had chased after him for so long.
Raul Garcia 6.5 - Had a great first half as he showed inspiration and leadership in the midfield, but was unable to repeat the display after the break.
Sisi 5 - Showed flashes of what he could do, but all too often he disappeared from the game and a lot more will be expected from him next time out.
Granero 6 - His technique is unquestioned, but his influence on games can be as he should have been far more involved throughout.
Jurado 6.5 - Was involved and showed that he could become a regular at a higher level although he did also fail to compete for the full 90 minutes.
Krkic 5 - Did not use his technical ability enough against a team that contained big defenders who comfortably brushed him off the ball.
Capel 5.5 - Busied himself by putting his head down and careering forward, but offered little from the left flank.
Xisco 6 - Showed some good touches and looked calm and in control against a busy German defence.
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Neuer 6 - Did not have much to do throughout the game, but he did well when called into action as he showed good hands.
Beck 6 - Solid on the right and proved that he is a strong defender as well as a player that enjoys going forward and helping to support the attack.
Howedes 6 - Gave everything at the heart of a well drilled and effective German defence and his last-ditch tackle in injury time was an example.
Boateng 6.5 - A towering presence at the back for Germany and certainly a player that will become a regular in the first team when he is older.
Boenisch 5 - Spain may not have had many chances in the first half, but the majority of what they did create came down his side.
Aogo 6 - With the German side concentrating on playing on the break in the first half and being in position in the second he did well.
Khedira 6 - Worked very hard, but was asked to drop back so much that he was unable to show what he can do going forward.
Castro 6 - Challenged Monreal whenever he had the chance and made sure that the full-back had a busy evening.
Marin 5.5 - His passing was not that accurate and he should have done better with the chances that he had, but he showed he has potential.
Dejagah 5.5 - Had a glorious opportunity to put his team ahead and then took one touch too many when he was picked out in the area.
Ozil 7.5 - Would have been given a higher rating, but he missed two of Germany's best chances in the game.
Schmelzer 6 - Did well when he came on before the break and added something down the left flank.
Ben-Hatira 5.5 - Had a chance towards the end of the game, but could not take it and that was his only contribution.
Lucas Brown, Goal.com