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Qatar 2022 World Cup | Germany Is The First Nation To Qualify

With a 4-0 win in North Macedonia, Germany will be the first country to qualify for the controversial World Cup in 2022. There is plenty of time for debates about boycotts and human rights.

How did the game end?

North Macedonia - Germany 0: 4 (0: 0)

0: 1 Havertz (50.), 0: 2 Werner (70.), 0: 3 Werner (73.), 0: 4 Musiala (83.)

How did the game go

4: 0? After such a clear result , it did not look to break. In the first round, the Germans missed all their chances, they often got stuck. The North Macedonians , cheered on by a lively audience, also managed some good steels against Leon Goretzka and Kai Havertz as well as switching situations, as counterattacks are now known in smart German.

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In the second half, the German attacks were different. An inaccuracy in the North Macedonian build-up game and chance brought the ball to Serge Gnabry, who sent Thomas Müller steeply with a "suberbass" (Lothar). Cross pass to Kai Havertz and the German leadership was sealed, so practically the victory.

The game-loving Müller, as always with an ungeled mat, also put on the second hit, with a soulful chip with his weak foot. The long hapless Timo Werner found it now. Immediately afterwards he was successful again with a shooting technique that was not known to be featured in the repertoire: the Schlenzer. Substitute Jamal Musiala scored the last goal. The 18-year-old was delighted with his first goal for the national team.

What does the result mean?

With the victory in North Macedonia, Germany is the first nation to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar , which begins on November 18, 2022. This will also revive the debates about this controversial tournament and make them more concrete. Many fans, politicians and other stakeholders are still calling for a boycott because Qatar doesn't care about human and labor rights. Others, however, point to improvements, including the fact that Qatar has proven to be a reliable partner of the West in the Afghanistan conflict. The scandal World Cup is getting closer and calls for answers, including from DFB executives.

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Is everything better now with Hansi Flick?

No, not everything. Compared to Spain, Italy and France, which one has been able to marvel at in the Nations League in the last few days, the German team looks organized like a D-youth. But now that she has a coach again, she seems like a team that works together - and with energy. Not all weaknesses can be remedied, the defensive midfield is not well staffed, not even the full-backs. But the offensive, a collection of fast and agile talents, has it all. It goes uphill again under Flick, even if you don't yet know how steep it is.

What was the excitement of the evening?

The laser pointers with which North Macedonian fans wanted to distract Joshua Kimmich at the corner. German football fans who tend to be offended called for a stadium ban. My goodness, you can overdo it with the correctness. Have they never been to a village sports field? You even know completely different, analog tools to exhaust your home advantage.

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