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22.03.1989: Bulgaria v Germany 1-2 (in Sofia) (F)

Referee: Krchnak (Czechoslovakia), attendance: 39,000 

German roster: 
GK: Illgner, Aumann
DF: Berthold, Brehme, Buchwald, Fach, Kohler, Schulz
MF: Hässler, Matthäus, Rolff, Möller, Littbarski, Hermann
FW: Eckstein, Riedle, Völler

Bulgaria: Valov (46. Donev) – Kiriakov (74. Voinov), Dochev, Iliev, Bezinski – Kirov (59. Todorov), Sadkov, Balakov (74. Iordanov) – Kostadinov, Penev, Stoichkov

Germany: 1 Illgner – 2 Berthold, 6 Buchwald, 4 Kohler, 3 Brehme – 11 Hässler, 5 Fach (46. Littbarski), 10 Matthäus (c), 8 Möller – 9 Völler, 7 Riedle 

Scorers: 1-0 Iliev (46.), 1-1 Völler (72.), 1-2 Littbarski (87.)

26.04.1989: Netherlands v Germany 1-1 (in Rotterdam) (WCQ)

Referee: Fredriksson (Sweden), attendance: 55,000 

German roster: 
GK: Illgner, Aumann
DF: Augenthaler, Berthold, Buchwald, Kohler, Reuter, Rolff
MF: Brehme, Matthäus, Fach, Hermann, Hässler, Littbarski, Möller, Thon
FW: Riedle, Klinsmann, Mill, Völler

Netherlands: 1 Hiele – 4 R.Koeman – 3 van Tiggelen, 5 Rijkaard – 2 van Aerle, 8 E.Koeman, 7 Vanenburg, 6 Hofkens (84. Rutjes), 11 Huistra (74. Eijkelkamp) – 9 van Basten, 10 Winter

Germany: 1 Illgner – 2 Berthold – 5 Reuter, 6 Buchwald, 4 Kohler (74. Rolff), 3 Brehme – 11 Hässler, 10 Matthäus (c), 8 Möller – 9 Völler (34. Klinsmann), 7 Riedle

Scorers: 0-1 Riedle (68.), 1-1 van Basten (87.)

31.05.1989: Wales v Germany 0-0 (in Cardiff) (WCQ)

Referee: Valente (Portugal), attendance: 30,000

German roster: 
GK: Illgner, Aumann
DF: Berthold, Reuter, Alois Reinhardt, Buchwald, Brehme
MF: Hässler, Möller, Rolff, Hermann, Fach
FW: Völler, Riedle, Klinsmann, Littbarski

Wales: 1 Southall – 2 Blackmore (81. Bowen), 6 Ratcliffe, 5 Aizlewood, 3 Phillips – 8 Nicholas, 11 Horne, 4 Williams (81. Pascoe), 7 Sounders – 10 Hughes, 9 Rush

Germany: 1 Illgner – 2 Berthold – 5 Reuter, 4 A.Reinhardt, 6 Buchwald, 3 Brehme – 11 Hässler, 8 Fach, 10 Möller – 9 Völler (c), 7 Riedle (78. Klinsmann)

06.09.1989: Eire v Germany 1-1 (in Dublin) (F)

Referee: van den Wijngaert (Belgium), attendance: 48,000

German roster: 
GK: Illgner, Aumann
DF: Reuter, Augenthaler, Pflügler, Buchwald, Fach, Alois Reinhardt
MF: Dorfner, Hässler, Möller, Littbarski, Thon, Bein, Hermann
FW:Wohlfarth, Leifeld

Eire: Bonner – Morris, McCarthy, O’Leary, Staunton – Whelan, Brady (36. Townsend), McGrath, Galvin – Aldridge (75. Byrne), Stapleton (75. Cascarino)

Germany: 1 Illgner (46. Aumann) – 2 Reuter, 5 Augenthaler, 4 Buchwald (46. A.Reinhardt), 3 Pflügler – 7 Möller, 10 Littbarski (c), 6 Dorfner (85. Fach), 8 Thon, 11 Hässler – 9 Wohlfarth

Scorers: 1-0 Aldridge (10.), 1-1 Dorfner (33.)

04.10.1989: Germany v Finland 6-1 (in Dortmund) (WCQ)

Referee: Snoddy (Northern Ireland), attendance: 47,000

German roster: 
GK: Illgner, Aumann
DF: Buchwald, Reuter, Berthold, Brehme, Fach
MF: Matthäus, Hässler, Möller, Littbarski, Bein, Thon, Hermann
FW: Klinsmann, Völler, Mill

Germany: 1 Illgner – 2 Reuter, 5 Augenthaler, 4 Buchwald, 3 Brehme – 6 Hässler (46. Bein), 7 Littbarski, 10 Matthäus (c), 8 Möller (80. Mill) – 9 Völler, 11 Klinsmann

Finland: 1 Laukkanen – 2 Lahtinen, 4 Europaeus, 3 Heikkinen, 5 Holmgren – 8 Ikalainen (71. Hjelm), 9 Myyry, 7 Ukkonen, 6 Tarkkio – 11 Lipponen, 10 Paatelainen (62. Lius)

Scorers: 1-0 Möller (12.), 2-0 Littbarski (47.), 3-0 Klinsmann (53.), 4-0 Völler (62.), 4-1 Lipponen (86.), 5-1 Möller (80.), 6-1 Matthäus (84., pen.)

15.11.1989: Germany v Wales 2-1 (in Cologne) (WCQ)

Referee: Vautrot (France), attendance: 60,000

German roster: 
GK: Illgner, Aumann
DF: Reuter, Augenthaler, Buchwald, Brehme, Alois Reinhardt, Kohler, Berthold, Fach
MF: Bein, Dorfner, Möller, Littbarski, Hermann, Hässler
FW: Klinsmann, Völler, Riedle, Mill

Germany: 1 Illgner – 2 Reuter, 5 Augenthaler (46. A.Reinhardt), 4 Buchwald, 3 Brehme – 7 Hässler, 6 Dorfner, 10 Littbarski (c), 8 Möller (82. Bein) – 9 Völler, 11 Klinsmann

Wales: Southall – Phillips, Melville (80. Pascoe), Maguire, Aizlewood – Saunders, Blackmore, Nicholas, Bowen (65. Horne) – Hughes, Allen

Scorers: 0-1 Allen (11.), 1-1 Völler (25.), 2-1 Hässler (48.)