Germany defender Matthias Guenther scored a special goal against Belarus in Saturday's Euro 2020 qualifier.

Before the break, Serge Gnabry broke through the right-hand side of Belarus and sent a fine cross to defender Matthias Ginter.

The defender in turn decided to exploit his difficult situation and send the ball with his heels in the minute (41), to sign the goal of progress for his country, and although the television replay of the goal proved his presence in the offside, but the referee of the meeting calculated the goal in the end, due to the non-adoption of "mouse" In the playoffs.

Germany qualified for the Euro 2020 finals by beating Belarus 4-0 in Group C.

Germany lifted the tally to 18 points, and took the lead from the Netherlands, which came again with 16 points, while Northern Ireland came out empty-handed by one point, raising the tally to 13 in third place, while freezing the score of Belarus at 4 points.

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