Germany have recorded eight wins in a row in all competitions after seeing off Israel in an international friendly at Rhein-Neckar-Arena on Saturday evening.
The home side made perfect start to the game as Kai Havertz denied twice denied by keeper Ofir Marciano before putting finally find the breakthrough.
The Blues attacking midfielder scoring with a header from a corner to recorded his 14th goal of the season for club and country.
Timo Werner extend his side’s lead with a near-post finish before the half-time while substitute Thomas Muller missed a chance to extend the lead when his late penalty hit the post.
Israel’s Yonatan Cohen’s then saw his 94th-minute penalty saved. It followed a challenge by Nico Schlotterbeck but keeper Kevin Trapp, who came on at the start of the second half, made a fine stop.
Germany will look to make it nine wins in a row on Tuesday when they face the Netherlands in a heavyweight friendly in Amsterdam.