Turkish national team coach Vincenzo Montella praised the victory over Germany at the press conference after match.
Visiting manager Vincenzo Montella's predictions of a "home" atmosphere were spot on, with the vast majority of the 72,592 fans at Berlin's Olympic Stadium drenched in red.
"First win against Germany, in Germany for 72 years, we felt it, the victory was rich in emotions. It's important for the Turkish people, also those who live here," Montella noted.
Around three million people of Turkish origin live in Germany, many in the capital.
A late penalty by Yusuf Sari secured a 3-2 victory for Turkiye over Germany in Berlin on Saturday.
Lightning-fast in attack, dogged in defense, and fueled by a deafening crowd in the 'away' friendly, Turkiye consistently posed challenging questions for Germany.
Kai Havertz had given Germany the lead after just five minutes, but Turkiye went into halftime ahead, courtesy of two late goals from Ferdi Kadioglu and Kenan Yildiz.
Shortly after halftime, Borussia Dortmund striker Niclas Fuellkrug equalized, but the Turkish team had the last word as Sari hammered in a penalty to secure the victory.
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