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Reporter Cai Houxuan / comprehensive report

▲ Germany finally drew with Spain 1:1. (Picture / Recap from FIFA Twitter)

The German team, which has won 4 World Cup titles, was unexpectedly upset in the first group match of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and lost 1:2 to the Japanese team, which had never lost before. On the 28th, the second match of the group stage In the 39th minute of the first half, Antonio Rudiger scored with a header in the penalty area, but the goal was not counted because of offside. Spain relied on striker Alvaro Morata In the 62nd minute of the second half, the instep penalty kick broke the net, and the German team relied on substitute Niclas Füllkrug to help the team tie in the 83rd minute. In the end, the two sides drew 1:1.

The Spanish team, which scored 7 goals in the previous game and beat Costa Rica, was very active from the start of the game. In the 7th minute of the first half, Spanish forward Dani Olmo took a shot from the left side of the penalty area, but But was slapped away by the German goalkeeper Manuel Neuer. In the 22nd minute, the Spanish defender Jordi Alba also tried to shoot on the left side but the shot missed, and the German team got a free kick in the 39th minute. , Rudiger scored with a header in the penalty area, but in the end because of offside first, the goal was not counted. In the first half, Spain had 4 shots and 1 shot on goal, while Germany had 3 shots and 1 shot on goal. The two sides 0:0 A tie into the second half.

German Rudiger scored with a header in the penalty area, but in the end the goal was not counted because of offside.  (Picture / Recap from FIFA Twitter)

▲German Rudiger scored with a header in the penalty area, but in the end the goal was not counted because of offside. (Picture / Recap from FIFA Twitter)

In the second half, the German team turned from defense to offense. However, although Spain was passive, in the 62nd minute, Spanish forward Alvaro Morata received a pass from Elba and successfully broke the net with a penalty kick from the left side of the penalty area, helping Invincible The fleet scored first and took a 1:0 lead.

Spanish striker Morata broke through the net in the 62nd minute of the second half to give his team the lead.  (Picture / Recap from FIFA Twitter)

▲Spanish striker Morata broke the net in 62 minutes of the second half to help the team take the lead. (Picture / Recap from FIFA Twitter)

The German team, which was behind all the way, decided to make a substitution in the 70th minute of the second half, leaving Thomas Muller, Thilo Kehrer and Ilkay Gundogan to leave the field and replace Phil Kruger and Klostermann After (Lukas Klostermann) and Leroy Sane (Leroy Sane), in the 83rd minute, under the cover of Jamal Musiala, Phil Kruger raised his foot from the right side of the penalty area and successfully broke the net to help the team equalize the score.

Germany's Phil Kruger helped the team equalize the score.  (Picture / Recap from FIFA Twitter)

▲ Germany’s Phil Kruger helped the team equalize the score. (Picture / Recap from FIFA Twitter)

Then the two sides entangled all the way until the end of 6 minutes of injury stoppage in the second half, and no one scored again. In the end, Germany and Spain shook hands 1:1, and each received 1 group stage point. 4 points ranked first, Japan and Costa Rica tied for 2nd with 3 points, Germany ranked last with 1 point, which two teams can advance depends on the results of the final group match.

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