Eurobond vs Global Bond

I really need a example of characteristics of those.
Like a example of these both saying where is the company from, what is the currency that is denominated and where the bond is issued.

These bonds are, for example, issued by Germany companies, denominated in Yen, and traded on the U.S market.

This is the definition of a Eurobond, what about a Global Bond?

Global Bonds are simply characterized by their global issuance. It’s issued and traded outside the country of denomination. Example: a European firm issuing bonds in the U.S.

If you’re asked to differentiate the two, just remember Eurobonds are, for example, a German company issuing bonds in China, denominated in Pounds. So there’s 3 variables to a Eurobond vs. 2 for a Global bond.