The fierce dogfight between Spain vs Germany ended without a winner. This result makes the competition in Group E of the 2022 World Cup indeed hotter. Because four brigades still have a chance to qualify for the last 16.
Germany, who lost to Japan in the first match in Group E of the 2022 World Cup, continued their trip against Spain in the alternate match. Before the Spain vs Germany match, another surprise was created in Group E. Namely, Costa Rica’s success in defeating Japan.
The Spain vs Germany match, which took place at the Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor, ended with an equal score of 1- 1. Spain first took the lead through Alvaro Morata’s thing in the 62nd nanosecond. Germany was also suitable to reply through the action of Niclas Fullkrug in the 83rd nanosecond. The results of the 2022 World Cup have made competition in Group E fierce. With the success of Costa Rica beating Japan, now the four brigades in the group still have the same chance of qualifying for the last 16.
The dogfight between Spain vs Germany was fierce. Spain made by Luis Enrique appeared with ball possession. On the other side, Germany played relatively surcharging with their speed. La Roja opened opportunities through Dani Olmo’s actions. But Manuel Neuer was suitable to stem the action.
Review of the Spain vs Germany match
Spain continued to overrun the German defenses. Germany tried to escape the pressure with the aggressiveness of both bodies, especially Serge Gnabry on the right. In the 40th nanosecond, Antonio Ruediger was suitable to break into the Spanish thing in a free kick situation. still, the joy of the Der Panzer team dissolved because the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) ruled out Ruediger’s thing.
Spain, chasing a palm to ensure qualification for the last 16, made a change in the alternate half. Alvaro Morata also joined to add to the banging power. still, in the alternate half it was Germany who got a good chance first.
Luis Enrique’s decision to include Alvaro Morata proved to be the right choice. Morata successfully completed Jordi Alba’s low cross from the left side of the German defense. Morata’s thing in the 62nd nanosecond gave Spain a 1- 0 lead over Germany. Der Panzer aggressively attacked, but on the other hand made a big hole in their defense. Germany’s thing was born in the 83rd nanosecond.
Niclas Fullkrug, who replaced Thomas Mueller, managed to beat Unai Simon’s thing. Such a precious thing for Germany. Now, the score is a 1- 1 draw. The two brigades attacked each other in the remaining time. still, no fresh pretensions were created. The final score, Spain drew 1- 1 with Germany on the alternate matchday of Group E in Qatar 2022 World Cup.