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Iceland vs Germany
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MatchIceland vs Germany
Date09-09-2021
Time12:15 AM (UTC +5:30)
StadiumRejkejavich
LeagueWorld cup Qualfier

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Iceland got off to a rocky start to the World Cup qualifying campaign, making the journey to face Germany in the opening match, and they were comfortably beaten 3-0.
They were then handed another defeat when they traveled to Armenia when Tigran Barseghyan and Khoren Bayramyan scored on the hosts’ scoresheet.
Arnar Vidarsson’s team finished the first round of matches with their first points as Birkir Mar Saevarsson, Birkir Bjarnason, Victor Palsson, and Runar Mar Sigurjonsson found the net in a dominant 4-1 away win over Liechtenstein.
Despite a quiet summer, having failed to qualify for Euro 2020, Strakarnir okkar was unable to capitalize on that victory when he returned to competitive action for this round of games, as he was beaten 2-0 to Romania on his own turf.
However, Iceland showed resistance to win a point last time out, overcoming a two-goal deficit to draw 2-2 with North Macedonia, as Brynjar Ingi Bjarnason scored a goal with 12 minutes to go before Andri Gudjohnsen loses them. tie with six minutes remaining. weather.
Vidarsson’s men will now look to keep their slim qualifying hopes alive with a win, but they face a particularly difficult task against a German team that beat them 3-0 in March.
Leon Goretzka, Kai Havertz, and Ilkay Gundogan got on the scoreboard when Germany thrashed Iceland at home in their opener, before establishing themselves at the top of the group with a 1-0 win over Romania.
The Nationalelf then suffered a surprising 2-1 loss at home to North Macedonia in the third qualifying match, before heading to Euro 2020.
In Joachim Low’s final career as a coach, Die Mannschaft reached the round of 16 at this summer’s European Championships but were knocked out by rivals England when Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane found the net in a 2-0 win for the eventual finalists.
The conclusion of that tournament saw Low finally leave after 15 years in command, having won a World Cup title in 2014, and was replaced by former Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick, who seems to have accepted well. the change.
It started with a 2-0 away win over Liechtenstein when Timo Werner and Leroy Sane scored goals before Die Mannschaft thrashed Armenia 6-0 the last time.
Serge Gnabry put them two goals ahead in the first 15 minutes, and Marco Reus and Werner had four in the half-time lead, before Jonas Hofmann and Karim Adeyemi capped off an impressive day at the office with goals in the second half.
Now facing a slightly tougher test, Flick will hope that his team will continue to improve with a victory that will allow them to maintain control at the top of Group J.

Iceland possible starting lineup:

Runarsson; Saevarsson, Arnason, Ingi Bjarnason, Thorarinsson; Anderson, Bjarnason, Baldursson, Bergmann, Gudmundsson; Gudjohnsen

Germany possible starting lineup:

Neuer; Hofmann, Sule, Rudiger, Kehrer; Goretzka, Kimmich; Gnabry, Reus, Musiala; Werner
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