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Closer Look at Germany in The World Cup Qatar 2002

  • Publish date: Monday، 14 November 2022
Closer Look at Germany in The World Cup Qatar 2002
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The four-time world champion, Germany, is looking to make up for the elimination of the first round of the World Cup in Russia 2018 for the first time in 80 years, raise its tally to five titles, and catch up with Brazil at the top.

Germany which is the first national team to officially qualify for the World Cup in Qatar will play in Group E, along with Spain, Japan, and Costa Rica, so it is expected, according to football calculations, that Germany will occupy first or second place in the group, and get one of the two qualification cards for the second round.

The German team will start its campaign in the World Cup in Qatar against Japan on November 23 at Khalifa International Stadium, collide with the obstacle of its Spanish counterpart on the 27th of the same month at Al Bayt Stadium in the second round, and then conclude its matches in the group stage against Costa Rica at Al Bayt Stadium as well, on December 1.

The German Football Association had chosen the Zulal Al-Ruwais resort as the national team's headquarters during the tournament period, provided that it trains at Al Shamal Club Stadium.

Germany seems very thirsty for victory in light of pressure from the fans after the level fluctuated down and up over the past months. After three draws, the team won a big victory over Italy (5-2), and therefore coach Hansi Flick said: “I need players who are physically ready and who can Deal with different circumstances during the Qatar World Cup.

Flick hopes to lead the Germans for the second time to win the World Cup after he contributed eight years ago to winning the title when he was assistant coach under coach Joachim Loew in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

The presence of Flick, crowned with seven titles during his career with Bayern Munich, at the helm of the technical management of the Germans, his pursuit of achievements and titles, and his strong desire to succeed with the team, is a strong and influential factor in the Germans’ march in the World Cup in Qatar.

Flick is counting on a group of names that combine experience and youth, such as the experts Manuel Neuer, Thomas Muller, and Joshua Kimmich, Bayern Munich players, and they are the only elements from the German squad that won the 2014 World Cup title, as well as the distinguished Marco Reus, Borussia Dortmund striker, and Real Madrid defender Antonio Rudiger, and from The young names, Kai Havertz, who is brilliant in the Chelsea attack, and Jamal Musiala, the rising talent in Bayern Munich, in the absence of striker Timo Werner, player of the Leipzig team, due to an injury.

The German national team is one of the most successful football teams, as it ranks second behind Brazil in the number of World Cup title wins, as it won the title 4 times in 1954, 1974, 1990, and 2014. It also ranked second 4 times, as well as 3rd place 4 times as well.