With their fifth consecutive win on Monday, Germany maintained their flawless start under new head coach Hansi Flick. Yesterday saw, among other World Cup football news, Germany destroy North Macedonia 0-4 to clinch their 2022 World Cup spot.
Last night, Germany became the first side to qualify for the 2022 World Cup after a 4-0 win.
They won against North Macedonia in Group J on Monday, thanks to Timo Werner, who scored a brace.
And because Armenia lost points to Romania, Germany took an unassailable eight-point lead at the summit. This lead has ensured them a qualification for World Cup 2022 in Qatar.
What’s more, Hansi Flick’s side have now won all five games under their new coach.
World Cup Football News – Germany Destroy North Macedonia 0-4
Germany took the lead early at the Tose Proeski Arena. With Timo Werner being the most active, the visitors fired off 15 efforts in the first half, but in vain.
After 50 minutes, though, Kai Havertz broke the 0-0 deadlock for Germany.
Subsequently, Werner scored a quickfire double, in just 3 minutes, to put the game out of reach for the hosts.
Jamal Musiala added a late fourth goal in the 83rd minuted.
North Macedonia 0 – 4 Germany
Goals: 0 – 1 Havertz 50, 0 – 2 Werner 70, 0 – 3 Werner 73, 0 – 4 Musiala 83
Bookings: Ristovski; Havertz
North Macedonia: Dimitrievski, Alioski, Velkovski, Musliu, Ristovski, Ademi, Nikolov, Kostadinov, Elmas, Jahovic, Churlinov
Substitutions: Spirovski, Mioviski, Ristevski, Rakip, Ashkovski
Germany: Neuer, Klostermann, Sule, Kehrer, Raum, Goretzka, Kimmich, Gnabry, Muller, Havertz, Werner
Substitutions: Hofmann, Wirtz, Adeyemi, Neuhaus, Masiala