Germany got their Euro 2016 qualification campaign firmly back on track as goals from Marco Reus and Thomas Mueller secured a 2-0 victory over Georgia.
The world champions were the better side for the majority of the 90 minutes but found their hosts in stubborn form while Reus hit the bar in each half.
However, with just over six minutes of the opening period remaining the world champions found a way through as the Dortmund man scored for the second successive match.
And the visitors would head into half-time with a two-goal advantage as Mueller finished smartly from the edge of the area.
They would have been expected to push on for more goals after the break but while comfortable rarely threatened a third, although Reus did strike the woodwork.