Germany head coach Joachim Low said Leroy Sane was “lucky” after a “vicious foul” on the Manchester City forward led to Serbia’s Milan Pavkov being sent off as the sides drew 1-1.
Sane hobbled from the pitch after the foul in added time at the end of the friendly.
Serbia goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic had produced an inspired display to prevent Joachim Low’s new-look Germany from securing an opening win of 2019.
“It was a vicious foul,” said Low. “Sane was lucky and got away with not getting hurt but such fouls can break bones.”
Low’s youthful side went behind to Luka Jovic’s header in the 12th minute, before substitute Leon Goretzka hit the equaliser after the break.
Germany dominated the early possession but Jovic was on hand to turn in the loose ball from six yards before Goretzka levelled with a fierce strike in the second half.
Serbia were reduced to 10 men late in injury time after Milan Pavkov was shown a straight red for a reckless late foul on Manchester City’s Leroy Sane.
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