Germany started brightly and thought Gosens had given them the lead, only for the goal to be ruled out for offside against Gnabry.
Ronaldo then shocked Low’s men with a counter-attacking opener before own goals from both Dias and Guerreiro gave the Germans a half-time lead.
Second-half goals from Havertz and Gosens extended their advantage but Jota’s tap-in reduced the deficit.
Santos’ men pushed on, however, they failed to find another goal, meaning Germany run out 4-2 victors.
The win blows Group F wide open, especially as France dropped points against Hungary earlier today.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) June 19, 2021
Low’s men overtake Portugal to move up to second and will face Hungary on Wednesday.
Santos’ men, who drop down to third courtesy of their head-to-head record against today’s opponents, next challenge France on the same day.
Meanwhile, Champions League winner, Kai Havertz made history during the game..