Germany’s goal festival in Iceland against Armenia | World Cup Qualifiers

World Cup Qualifiers : Germany, who controlled the ball almost 81 percent of the time, took a total of 17 shots for the goal; Eight of which were on target. This statistic is probably enough to understand exactly how much power the Germans, under the new coach Hansie Flick, have shown in overcoming the failure of the Euros.

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Gnabry after scored the first goal

Germany did not score more goals than the attack, but returned home with a great performance to win from the opponent’s field. Today (Wednesday) the Germans won the World Cup qualifier in Iceland 4-0.

In the first competitive match after the Euros under former Bayern Munich coach Hansie Flick, the Die Mannschaft who beat Armenia in the match went ahead today and early on with a goal from Gnabry. In the fourth minute of the match, the Bavarian star scored a goal with a perfect cross from the left side of Sun’s goal.

Antonio Rudiger doubled the lead after 20 minutes. Chelsea defender scores header from star midfielder Joshua Kimmich’s free kick. Hansie Flick’s team went ahead 2-0 in the first half

Match Scene at the second half | Germany Vs Armenia

The four-time world champions increased their attacking edge after the break. The visitors scored again in the 56th minute. This time, Goretzka’s perfect through ball from inside the box ran to the right side and Leroy Sane scored with a strong corner kick.

Timo Werner, who missed several chances throughout the match, scored in the end.The Chelsea star completed the team’s fourth goal in the 88th minute of the match. He scored from a pass from clubmate Kai Havertz. If there are no more goals in the remaining time, Germany will return home with a big victory of 4-0 goals.

Point Statistics of Germany and Belgium | World Cup Qualifiers

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Belgium against Belarus

Germany are top with 15 points from five wins in six matches. Armenia, who drew 1-1 with Liechtenstein, are second with three wins and 11 points from two draws.

Meanwhile, on the day of Germany’s big win, the world’s number one team Belgium also left the field with the fourth win in a row in their group. The team won the Group E match of the World Cup qualifiers 1-0.

Dennis Pratt made the difference for Roberto Martinez’s side, who played without most of the regular XI’s footballers on the opposing field. The Torino midfielder scored the winning goal in the 33rd minute of the first half.