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Julian Draxler tested Spain goalkeeper David de Gea with a long-rang effort, while Germany custodian Marc-Andre ter Stegen denied Isco from close range at the 56th minute.

Valencia striker Rodrigo Moreno struck La Roja's goal. "We were fully motivated against the world champions".

La Roja almost got a second goal after a string of delightful passes played in David Silva, but his momentum took him past the ball and he was unable to properly control.

Germany next face Brazil in Berlin on Tuesday, while Spain host Argentina in Madrid in another battle of World Cup heavyweights.

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But as Germany gradually gained control the hosts levelled in stunning fashion in the 35th minute.

There is no place in the XI for Diego Costa, with Rodrigo leading the line, while Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea starts. At half-time, Atletico Madrid's Saul Niguez came on for Iniesta in the Spanish midfield. His fierce shot from outside the area was pushed around the post by De Gea's fantastic save.

Only a great Ter Stegen save denied Isco, but the Germans counter-attacked immediately and De Gea had to palm away a shot by Gundogan.

Germany went agonisingly close to taking the lead on 65 minutes when Toni Kroos rattled the crossbar from the edge of the box.

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Both sides had late chances to steal the win, but a flurry of changes by both coaches meant the game's tempo dropped for the final quarter of an hour. "That unites the national team and for me, they are one of the top favourites (for the World Cup)".

"It was a very, very good test for both teams".

"They've learned well all the lessons that we've been working on in training and they converted the chances that they created into goals". These two teams are among the bookies' favorite to lift the FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation this summer and we all witnessed a preview of what could be a likely final. I believe my team is nearly ready for the World Cup. "We're putting in a solid level of performance".

With that in mind, Lopetegui named a strong side - as did Germany counterpart Joachim Low - which included a 150th global appearance for Sergio Ramos.

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