Germany became the first country to qualify for the 2022 World Cup after host Qatar

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Kai Havertz opened the scoring for the away team, which lost to North Macedonia in March, after two goals by Timo Werner and Jamal Musiala’s A goal scored an easy victory in Skopje.

The result, coupled with Armenia’s failure to beat Romania, gave four-time world champion Germany a place in the World Cup for the 20th time; only Brazil played more with 21 appearances.

“We are really happy to be able to pass qualifying. Now, it is clear that we want to follow this up by winning the World Cup next year,” Chelsea forward Haverts said.

“For Germany, the main goal is always to raise the trophy.”

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Werner (center) celebrates his first goal against North Macedonia.

Monday’s victory was Germany’s seventh victory in the current World Cup qualifiers, and it was the only defeat against North Macedonia earlier this year.

Havertz scored the German team’s first goal in the 49th minute, and Werner scored two goals in quick succession: Thomas Muller’s powerful shot after a flick pass and a curling effort at the edge of the North Macedonia area. .

The 18-year-old Murciala then finished scoring with a calm goal-this was his first goal for the German team.

“We can’t surpass ourselves,” midfielder Leon Gorecka said.

“As a team, we need to continue to grow, but we are on the right track to get back to the top of the world football tree. At Hansflick, we have the right coach to do this.”

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After winning the fourth World Cup in 2014, Germany dropped out of the 2018 game early and failed to qualify for the group stage.

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