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Germany – Japan 1:1 (Doan 75.)



Broadcast on TV SLO 2 and on MMC

At 2 p.m., the second match of the middle schedule of the World Championship in Qatar began. Germany began its World Cup campaign against Japan at the Kalifa Stadium in Al Rajan.

threatened with sanctions
, if the national team captains would allow themselves to wear rainbow captain’s armbands with the inscription OneLove. Photo: EPA” alt=”This is how the German national football team protested with their mouths covered against FIFA’s threatened sanctions in the event that captain Manuel Neuer wore a rainbow ribbon in support of the LGBTQ community in Qatar. Before the start of the match between England and Iran, Fifa threatened sanctions if the captains of the national teams allowed themselves to wear rainbow captain’s armbands with the inscription OneLove. Photo: EPA”>

It is the third meeting between the aforementioned opponents and the first at the World Cup. Before that, the two national teams clashed in friendly matches. In 2004, the Germans won 3:0, two years later the match ended without a winner (2:2).

Spectators can expect at least one goal in the match, as at least one goal has always been ‘scored’ in the last 50 World Cup matches in which Germany have played. The last time the Germans played a goalless game at the World Cup was back in 1986 against Mexico.

Gündogan took advantage of Gonda’s goalkeeper’s mistake from the penalty spotThe Japanese countered the four-time world champions well in the first half of the first half, even creating the first real chance of the match when they scored after a quick counter-attack Daizen Maeda, but the goal was disallowed due to a prohibited position. The Japanese striker, who earns his living at Celtic, was half a step faster than the defender by Antonio Rüdiger. It was the latter who wasted Germany’s first good chance, after Kimmich’s cross from the corner sent the ball a hair’s breadth past the goalkeeper’s left post. This was followed by a slightly more attacking game by the German team, which began to put more and more pressure on the Japanese goal, but after half an hour of play, their pressure paid off. David Raum he received Kimmich’s pass beautifully in the penalty area, when the goalkeeper took it Shuichi Gonda knocked to the ground by a clumsy intervention.

Chief Judge Ivan Barton he immediately pointed to the white point from which he was sure Ilkay Gundogan, who fired across the middle of the goal. Deep in the extra time of the first half, Kai Havertz put the ball into the net from close range, but the goal was disallowed due to a prohibited position.

WC in football 2022, Al Rajan

Group E, today at 14:00:GERMANY – JAPAN 1:1 (1:0) Gündogan 33./11-m; Doan 75.

11-23 (E) Germany-Japan( id: 3854586), Live match, All (goals, substitutions, cards)
11-23 (E) Germany-Japan (id: 3854586), Laws
11-23 (E) Germany-Japan( id: 3854586), Match statistics

Source: Rtvslo

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