Germany Secures Its Place At Next Year’s World Cup With A 9-0 Thrashing

Germany recorded its biggest win in 15 years with a 9-0 whipping of Liechtenstein in the sides’ FIFA World Cup qualifier on Thursday November 11.

Ilkay Gündoğan scored a penalty – the first of four first-half goals for Germany, which included an own-goal from Daniel Kaufmann and strikes from Leroy Sané and Marco Reus.

Sané added Germany’s fifth goal toward the beginning of the second half in Wolfsburg before Thomas Müller put forth it six with his short proximity attempt toward the beginning of the second half.

Ridle Baku scored the best goal of the evening – a twisting strike into the top corner – as he made it seven for Germany. Müller then, at that point, got his brace with an avoided shot and another own-goal, this time from the head of Maximilian Göppel – which finished the scoring.

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The results implies Hansi Flick becomes the first Germany coach to win his first six games in control with the country having effectively gotten its place at the next year’s World Cup in Qatar last month.

The win is also the heaviest scoreline the German team has gotten after 2006. The game against Liechtenstein was a chance for Germany to honor Joachim Löw, the long-serving coach of the national team who drove the side for a considerable length of time prior to being replaced by Hansi Flick recently.

Löw led Germany to World Cup greatness in 2014, with an unbelievable accomplishment for the team.

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