Germany Football World Cup qualifying campaign in style against Iceland
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Germany Football World Cup qualifying campaign in style
Bayern Munich's Leon Goretzka scored the first of three Germany goals while Jamal Musiala complete his
international entrance for his country as Joachim Low’s side strolled to success in their initial Qatar
Football World Cup 2022 qualifier against Iceland. It was Germany's first game in 2021 and first
under Joachim Low since his declaration that he would be stepping down from his role as head coach
following this summer's Euros.
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His side presented they want to send the Football World Cup winning coach out in grace with two goals
in the opening seven minutes. The first was made right from the Allianz Arena, as Joshua Kimmich chipped
a ball in behind the Iceland defence for Serge Gnabry, who played it back for Goretzka to excitement home
confidential three minutes. Four minutes later and the top was doubled when Kimmich played Leroy
Sane in down the left and his cut back was situated away across goal by Kai Havertz.
It was an exceptional start which continued throughout a first half conquered by Germany. Goretzka
controlled wide at the near pole while Havertz shot earlier the pole as chances continued to come while
Iceland had their first and only struggle on goal of the opening period with 25 minutes played as Runner
Sigurjonsson had a round blocked wide off Antonio Rudiger. The Chelsea protector had a big chance to
make it three before the pause but headed wide from Kimmich's cross.
It was a slower start to the second half for the crowds with Iceland having a good chance on goal complete
Aron Gunnarsson initial on. But Germany were motionless talented to extend their lead just 11 minutes
after the pause. Gnabry found Ilkay Gundogan outside the Iceland area and he mi