Germany and Spain played out an engaging friendly draw in a meeting of the previous two title holders.
Spain, the 2010 World Cup champs, led inside six minutes as Rodrigo smashed home from Andres Iniesta’s pass.
But defending champions Germany leveled from Thomas Muller’s 25-yard curling effort in a lively first half.
The second half in Dusseldorf was not as enchanting, with frequent changes killing any momentum, despite the fact that Mats Hummels hit the bar for Germany.
His header from Toni Kroos’ free-kick clipped the top of the woodwork.
The two sides stay unbeaten since Euro 2016, with Germany one game away from equaling their record of 23 matches, while Spain have not lost in 17.