Timo Werner and Joachim Low discussed Germany’s draw at home to Spain in Stuttgart on Thursday.
Werner had Germany on track for victory in Stuttgart on Thursday, but Jose Gaya snatched a 95th-minute equaliser for Spain in Group 4 of League A.
Chelsea star Werner, who is preparing for his first season at Stamford Bridge after arriving from RB Leipzig, crowned a wonderful team move in the 51st minute.
However, Spain debutant Ferran Torres got to the right byline and Gaya smuggled home a finish from Rodrigo Moreno’s header down at the death.
“It’s annoying because we put so much into the match, we worked so hard,” Werner said post-match.
“After the goal we allowed ourselves to get pegged back a little too much.”