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Germany becomes the first team to qualify for Qatar World Cup

Mon 11 October 2021 | 22:01

Hansi Flick’s men defeat North Macedonia to book their place in the 2022 World Cup.

With their 4-0 win over

North Macedonia

,

Hansi Flick’s

men have booked their spot in the 2022 Qatar World Cup as the first team. the

Germans

weren’t able to find the net in the first half, but Chelsea’s star Kai Havertz opened the scoring by his goal five minutes into the second half, and then their other Chelsea player, Timo Werner, doubled his side’s lead for them to get over their 2-1 defeat against North Macedonia in March, which was their only defeat in their last eight games in the WorldCup qualifying in Group J.

Werner managed to score another goal for his side before Jamal Musiala scored the fourth goal for Hansi Flick’s side in the 83rd minute of the game, converting Karim Adeyemi’s assist.

Now Germany sits in first place in Group J 8 points ahead of the second team with two games in hand.

Hansi Flick has won five games since he replaced Joachim Low after the European Championship in the summer.

Jamal Musiala has been the second-youngest player in Germany’s history to score for the national team with 18 years, 227 days age.


source: SportMob

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