On Monday (0-4) in northern Macedonia the winners, including Timo Werner’s doubles, Hansi Flick players will watch the 2022 World Cup.
Germany became the first team to win a ticket to the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Qatar on Monday, winning 4-0 in northern Macedonia, especially thanks to goals from Guy Howard’s “Chelsea” and Timo Werner’s double.
Qatar is the only team to have qualified so far. With only two matches remaining, the four-time world champions are 8 points ahead of Romania, who finished second in Group J.
18th consecutive participation
This qualification of Germany – for the 18th time since 1954 to the final of the World Cup – in the easy group, is not a surprise or an omen. In the last edition, Mannschaft qualified for the 2018 World Cup by winning all ten of its matches … eliminated from the group stage in Russia. The new enthusiasm the team has been showing since the arrival of Hansi Flick, who took over from Josim Low after the Euros, has been significant. The former Bayern coach gave new life to the game and set up football based on possession and attack risks. Flick asks his attackers to provoke each other and gives them the right to make mistakes.
At Skopje, Germany stumbled for a very long time in a well-organized defense, against the only opponent who had beaten her in this qualifying group (2-1 in the first match in Duisburg). In the first period, Kimmichcho, a header from the 2nd minute, or Werner (45th + 2), or Gnaprio, was not accurate in his shot (41st) and could not fool goalkeeper Dole Dimitrovsky.
Chelsea striker Guy Howarts broke the deadlock in the 50th minute. In a renaissance where Knabri played quickly from his own camp, M முller, Werner and Howard found themselves three to two: when Werner stared at a defender on the right, Mல்லller served on his left howards, easily deceiving Dimitrovsky (1-0). Werner then kept his team safe in three minutes: a ten-meter half-volley start from a deep ball from M முller (2-0, 70 ‘). And that area was shot to the right at an angle (3-0, 73rd).
Kareem Adomi (19, RB Salzburg) scored his fourth goal of the match against goalkeeper Bayern Knuckle Jamal Musiala (18).
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