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The German national team, the four-time world champions, will begin its career in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ by facing Japan in the opening matches of Group E.
Germany and Japan match
The German national team is looking for a strong start to compensate for its disappointments that occurred in the 2018 World Cup, while the Japanese samurai seeks to strike a strong surprise at the beginning of its career.
The confrontation between Germany and Japan, watch it live and exclusively on beIN SPORTS MAX 2, Wednesday, at 16:00 Mecca Al-Mukarramah time.
Direct transfers (second half):
– The half starts strongly with a shot from Gnabry that went over the goal.
Direct transfer (first half):
– 45 + 6 half, ending with a deserved German lead 1-0, with very clean play without any yellow card.
– 45 + 5 Kai Havertz scores a second goal for Germany, which the referee cancels after listening to the mouse’s ruling.
No.: Gundogan’s first goal in the World Cup, and 9 goals in 22 matches with the German national team since the beginning of 2021, after he scored eight goals in 42 matches for the national team between 2011 and 2020.
D33 goal, Gundogan opens the scoring for Germany from a penalty kick announced by the referee due to a foul by Japan goalkeeper Gunda on Raum.
D 28 Gundogan hits a powerful ball that Shuichi Gonda, Japan’s goalkeeper, catches
D 16 – Antonio Rudiger rises to a corner and sends it with his head next to the post, the first and most dangerous opportunity for the meeting.
– A quarter of an hour has passed, and the game looks like it will be in this direction German domination and sorties against Japanese defensive cohesion and counterattacks whenever the opportunity arises.
– Daisen Maeda D09 hits the German net, but from an offside position. This attack should give some indication that Japan can create powerful counterattacks.
– d 05 still caution address the first minutes.
D01 The starting whistle sounds from Salvadoran referee Evan Barton.
Lineup of Germany and Japan:
Germany will meet Japan for the first time in the history of the World Cup, and the German national team has not lost against Japan in its previous two matches (F1 D1), both of which are international friendly matches, the first in 2004 (3-0) and the second in 2006 (2-2). All the goals of the two confrontations came in the second half.
– Germany has won the World Cup 4 times, and it is the most European team to achieve the championship (Italy four times as well). Of all countries, Brazil has won the title more than them (5 times).
This will be Germany’s 20th participation in the World Cup finals, becoming the second most-present team in the tournament after Brazil. The last time they did not participate in the World Cup was in 1950, and since then they have passed the first round in every version except for 2018, when they finished last in the World Cup. their group.
This will be Japan’s seventh consecutive World Cup appearance, which began since 1998. It is also the second-longest streak of consecutive World Cup appearances by an Asian nation behind South Korea’s 10-consecutive tournaments (including 2022).
– Having reached the last 16 in 2018, Japan are looking forward to reaching the knockout stages of the World Cup in back-to-back editions for the first time in their history.
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