Germany draws with Spain and mixes qualification accounts

Germany entered the match with great pressure after its sudden loss against Japan in the first stage, while Japan’s loss against Costa Rica 1-0 today also confused the cards of the group, especially after Costa Rica received a big defeat from Spain 7-0 in the first stage.

Neither team managed to find the net in the first half, despite the presence of many dangerous attempts, especially Spain.

The first minutes of the second half were more cautious due to the fear of conceding a goal that might cost any team a loss, before Alvaro Morata solved the scoring puzzle after translating Jordi Alba’s distinctive cross (62).

Germany’s performance improved clearly after falling behind, with Volkrug equalizing in the 83rd minute.

Spain has four points ahead of Japan and Costa Rica (3 points) and finally Germany with a point.

Spain will play Japan and Germany will play Costa Rica in the final round.

Spain-Germany Match – Special Coverage

  • The match ended in a 1-1 draw.
  • 90 + 5: Sanneh penetrates Spain’s penalty area, and the defense removes the danger.
  • Ring 89: Morata misses Spain’s opportunity to score the second goal.

Goal 83: Volkrug translates Germany’s improvement into a goal.

  • Ring 79: Sanneh’s claim for a penalty kick due to a handball on Busquets, and the referee orders to continue playing.
  • Ring 73: Musiala misses an easy opportunity to equalise.
  • Ring 72: Volkrug arrives late for Musiala’s cross.
  • Ring 65: Asensio strangely misses the opportunity to add the second goal.

Goal 62: Alvaro Morata puts Spain ahead, taking advantage of Alba’s clever cross.

  • Ring 56: Kimmich almost puts Germany ahead, and Simon shines and keeps Spain’s net clean.
  • Caution clearly showed on both sides in the first 10 minutes of the second half.
  • Ring 47: Asensio converts a cross into Neuer’s hands.

The start of the second half

  • The first half ended with a goalless draw.
  • Ring 45: Simon’s good positioning keeps the score tied without goals.
  • Ring 39: Rudiger opens the scoring for Germany, and video technology cancels the goal.
  • 10 minutes before the end of the first half, the Spanish team is more dangerous.
  • 30 minutes: Rudiger tries to score, but his ball goes over the goal.
  • Ring 25: Gnabry responds quickly with a shot that deflects off the goal.
  • Ring 22: Alba tries his luck with a surprise shot from outside the penalty area, which passes by the goal.
  • 15 minutes have passed since the start of the match and the balance between the two teams is the dominant feature.
  • Ring 11: A perfect counter for Germany, and Simon removes the danger after a cross from Gnabry.
  • Ring 7: Neuer and the crossbar deny Spain the opportunity to open the scoring after a powerful shot from Olmo.
  • Ring 5: The Spaniards are approaching the German penalty area, but the absence of the penultimate touch misses the opportunity for La Roja.
  • kick off.

Spain and Germany – the official list

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