Germany showed good form, beating Armenia 6-0, overtaking them to lead Group J in the World Cup qualifying round of Europe.
Veterans Cup 2022 World Cup Qualification Europe on Sunday, September 5 last Group J at Mercedes, Mercedes – Benz Arena between Germany and the Park of Armenia.
Hosts Germany, under Hansi Flick, will be without Thomas Muller and Robin Gosens, who were injured before the game, but there is good news for Manuel Neuer. Recover from injury, came back down to watch the pole as a real As for other positions, there will be some changes to the team by sending Antonio Rudiger and Marco Reus from the starting line.
As a result, the Iron Eagle team Starting well, taking the lead from the first 6 minutes from a beautiful ball before being Leon Goretzka, sent the ball into the right-hand penalty area for Serge Gnabry to fall off and catch one stroke before slamming his face Vid Yurchenko went in the goal with satisfaction.
Serge Gnabry added his own second goal to give the team a 2-0 lead in the 15th minute. Marco Reus passed the ball to the left in front of the goal, Werner failed to hit the ball before the ball spilled over to Gnabry. Softly smashed the distant pole, leaving no remains.
Iron Eagles played better and led 3-0 in the 35th minute. Serge Gnabry scoop the ball into the penalty area for Werner to kick the heel for Marco Reus to run with a shot from the right from 10 yards away. beautiful
At the end of the first half, in the 44th minute, Germany led to 4-0 when Joshua Kimmich dropped the ball into the penalty area for Leon Goretzka to make a header for Timo Werner to make it easy to finish the opponent. this score
Started the second half after 7 minutes
Started the second half after 7 minutes, the Iron Eagles escaped to 5-0 from a shot from the right in front of the penalty area of Jonas Hofmann who scored the first goal in the national team successfully.
At the end of the game in the 82nd minute, Germany sent the ball into the net again from Werner, who had beaten through the hands of David Yurchenko, but was blown offside. The score is still 5-0.
Germany took the lead 6-0 in injury time thanks to a shot from 19-year-old Karim Adejemi, who came off the bench and netted his first senior international goal.
At the end of the game, Germany defeated Armenia 6-0 to take the lead in Group J in the World Cup qualifying round of Europe. The next match will conclude with a visit to Iceland.