World Cup qualifiers: Germany shoot out Liechtenstein – national teams

World Cup qualifiers: Germany shoot out Liechtenstein - national teams

Germany celebrated a clear victory over Liechtenstein. © APA / afp / ODD ANDERSEN

To mark the official departure of former national coach Joachim Loew, the German national team celebrated a football festival in World Cup qualification.

Captain Manuel Neuer won 9-0 against Liechtenstein on Thursday evening. Ilke Gundogan (11th minute) and Liechtenstein’s Daniel Kaufmann (20), Leroy Sane (22) and Marco Reus (23) secured a 4-0 lead on penalties.

In the second half, Sane (49) secured the sixth victory with his second goal, with Thomas Mർller (76/86) scoring a double and Riddle Baku (80) and Liechtenstein’s Maximilian Goppel (89) scoring another own goal in the sixth game. Lowe’s successor Hansie Flick. Liechtenstein’s Jens Hoffer was sent off in the 9th minute for a foul on Leon Goretzkan. Earlier, Joachim Low had resigned.

Spain won against Greece. © APA / afp / ARIS MESSINIS

Spain beat Greece (26) on penalties by Pablo Sarabria. Portugal split goalless from Ireland and Croatia celebrated a runway victory over Malta. The match between Slovakia and Slovenia ended in a 2-2 draw. Sweden retaliated against Georgia.

World Cup Qualification: Results from Thursday

Germany – Liechtenstein 9-0
Greece 0-1 Spain
Ireland 0-0 Portugal
Malta – Croatia 1: 7
Romania 0-0 Iceland
Slovakia 2-2 Slovenia

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