Final result Germany 2 - 2 England from the 2018 SheBelieves Cup

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Final result Germany 2 - 2 England from the 2018 SheBelieves Cup
Germany's Dzsenifer Marozsan takes the ball from England's Fara Williams at the 2017 SheBelieves Cup. | Photo: Rob Carr - Getty Images
Germany
2 2
England
Germany: Schult; Dabritz (Islacker min. 72), Henrich, Goeßing (Elsig min. 87), Faißt; Marozsan, Dallman (Magull min. 46), Kemme (Doorsoun-Khajeh min 89); Huth (Schüller min 75), Kayikci (Blasse min. 46), Popp
England: Chaimberlain; Stokes, Bright, McManus, Bronze; Kirby (Taylor min 89), Williams (Walsh min. 59), Scott (Parris min 67); Duggan (Christiansen min 67), White, Lawley (Daly min 84)
SCORE: 1-0 min. 17, Kayikçi. 1-1 min 18, White. 2-1 min 51 Bright (o.g.). 2-2 min 73, White.
REFEREE: Admonishes Lawley (ENG) min. 84.

The second match of the day ends in a 2-2 draw. I'm Aaron Bellamy, thanks for following along on VAVEL USA. Check back later for recaps of today's game.

There will be three minutes of stoppage time.

89' Both teams make a substitution. For England, Kirby is replaced by Jodie Taylor. For Germany, Kemme is replaced by Sara Doorsoun-Khajeh.

87' German substitution with Goeßing coming out and Johanna Elsig coming in.

84' Rachel Daly comes into the match for Lawley. She is issued a yellow card as she leaves.

75' Huth goes out for Germany and Lea Schüller comes in.

Germany 2 - 2 England

73'  Ellie Bright might have been offside, but the ref didn't raise the flag and she beats Schultz one-vs-one. England goal!

72' Sara Dabritz comes out and Mandy Islacker comes in. 

67' Jill Scott and Tony Duggan are subbed off. Nikita Parris and Izzy Christiansen come into the game.

60' Germany's Faißt is injured, but she quickly reenters the game.

59' England substitutes Fara Williams for Keira Walsh

Germany 2 - 1 England

52' England defender Millie Bright picks up an own goal. Chamberlain tried to clear the ball off her line, but it hit the right calf of Bright and bounced into the goal.

Germany made two substitutions at halftime. Kayikci and Dallman make way for Blasse and Magull.

The second half is back underway! Germany has an early attack, but the ball is headed away.

Germany runs out the first half with back line passes, and the first half ends with the two teams knotted at one goal apiece.

45+1' Goeßling takes a hard hit and requires the trainers. 

There will be one minute of stoppage time to end the first half. England has had the better opportunities since responding to the German goal, but Germany's defense has stepped up when needed. 

34' England's Stokes took a shot out of the air, but it was always high. She had Schult out of position.

27' Play is stopped when Jill Scott takes a hard ball to the head and stays down, but she jogs off under her own power.

Germany 1 - 1 England

18' What a quick turn around. A hard shot is blocked by the Germany defense, but it falls to the feet of England's Ellie White. She hits a hard shot on goal, and it takes a deflection past Schult.

Germany 1 - 0 England

17' Germany takes four shots on goal from in the box, but the ball ends up being blocked into the goal by #23 Hasret Kayikçi. 

13' Faißt takes a corner, but it is punched away by Chamberlain. In the end Germany is called offsides and the attack ends.

7' Popp takes control in the box, but Germany can't get any power behind the shot and it is easily saved by Chamberlain.

The game is underway, with Germany in teal and England in white. The wind is blowing but the sun has come out for the second game of the day.

Good afternoon and welcome back to the LIVE broadcast from Red Bull Arena in Harrison, NJ. The media mixed zone is winding down and I'm back to provide coverage of the match between Germany and England at the SheBelieves Cup!

An English victory would put them just one win away from sweeping the 2018 SheBelieves Cup after coming third in the tournament for the last two years, but a German victory would cement Germany's place as the top women's side in Europe despite their recent mishaps. It should be an excellent rivalry match, so make sure to come back on Sunday when Germany faces off against England in the 2018 SheBelieves Cup. 

England currently leads the SheBelives Cup group after beating France by three goals, but they will need to overcome the psychological block that Germany became to the team over the last decade. Despite beating Germany in the 2015 Women's World Cup, England has lost each of their subsequent meetings with Germany. An English victory could make them the second-best team in FIFA's women's rankings for the first time since ranking began in 2003.

Germany has slipped since winning the 2016 Olympic gold medal. They came second at the 2017 SheBelieves Cup but were unable to crack the top-four at the 2017 UEFA Women's Euro finals. It was their worst finish in the tournament since the reunification of their country. The downward fall continued when the German team lost to Iceland in their 2019 Women's World Cup qualifying match. It was Germany's first loss at home since the world cup group qualifying system was introduced to Europe women's game. Germany is looking to turn their fortunes around after losing to the United States for the third year in a row at the SheBelieves Cup.

England's Jodie Taylor celebrates after scoring a goal in England's 4-1 victory over France at the 2018 SheBelieves Cup. | Photo: Jamie Sabau - Getty Images
England's Jodie Taylor celebrates after scoring a goal in England's 4-1 victory over France at the 2018 SheBelieves Cup. | Photo: Jamie Sabau - Getty Images

England is looking to continue their excellent 2017 and 2018. Despite the change in leadership, England came out in 2018 strong and beat France in the first match for new head coach Phil Neville in a resounding 4-1 victory over France. While Germany and France have slipped over the last 12 months, the English side has soldiered on and risen to third-best in the world according to FIFA's rankings. England could have slipped and become distracted after the abrupt and disturbing revelations about former-manager John Herdman, but instead, they continue on just as strong as before. 

Welcome to VAVEL USA's LIVE coverage of the Germany women's national team facing off against the England women's national team at the 2018 SheBelieves Cup. My name is Aaron Bellamy and I will be bringing you all the action from the second match day of the tournament. We will provide pre-game analysis, starting lineups and game action as it happens here at VAVEL and in the stands at the match. The game will be aired on ESPN2.