Jack87 news today, asianbookie Germany drew 1-1 with Spain, with substitute Niclas Fuellkrug levelling in the 83rd minute to equalise Alvaro Morata’s opener.

The result leaves Germany facing a must-win match against Costa Rica in four days’ time and means Spain have yet to book their place in the knockout stages.

After being eliminated from the group stage in 2018, Germany were in danger of yet another early exit from the World Cup, after boda8 Fuellkrug fired a shot high through Spain’s goal to take advantage of Jamal Murciara’s fight in the penalty area.

Morata, himself a substitute, boda8 malaysia added danger to the German with a deft cross from Jordi Alba in the 62nd minute.

The Spaniard looked more relaxed from the start, their diagonal pass through Germany, and Danny Olmo almost created an early break in the 7th minute, but his shot was hit by Manuel Neuer beam.

Germany are under enormous pressure to take on Spain at the Al Bayt Stadium after a crushing defeat to Japan in their opening game.

Hanse Flick’s men thought they had taken an unlikely lead in the 39th minute when defender Antonio Rudiger headed in from Joshua Kimmich’s free-kick, but Germany’s celebration was ruled out as VAR ruled him offside soon after. malaysia boda8 interrupt.

Spanish goalkeeper Simon was forced to make his first save in the 56th minute when the 2010 champions had trouble trying to break free, allowing Kimmich to shoot from inside the box, boda8 thai but Simon’s save was impressive.

Spain top the table with four points and now only need a draw in their final Group E game against Japan to advance. A win would put them in the knockout rounds as first place.

Germany lost 2-1 to Japan in their opening game, finishing last with just one point. They need a win over Costa Rica on Thursday before their hopes depend on a defeat in Japan. If Japan draws, it will thai boda8 come down to goal difference or the number of goals scored by Germany and Japan.


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