Sochi, World Cup.asia – In a life-and-death match that was held at the Fiht Olympic Stadium (Sochi), Sunday, 26/06/2022, the German national team confirmed itself as the winner of Group B by beating Cameroon with a score of 3 – 1 for Germany’s victory.
Joachim Loew’s team throughout the first half from the start to the end of the first half seemed to have difficulty developing their style of play, this can be seen from the few situs parlay bola terbaik opportunities they got and their difficulty in creating mature opportunities that led to goals, and until the end of the first half even after the position is still as strong as the final score while 0-0 against Cameroon.
After the break in the first half, Germany had started to find their rhythm as in the previous match in this preliminary round, after several chances that Germany had at the start of the second half, the long-awaited goal finally arrived.
Where the goal was successfully netted by German midfielder from the 1899 Hoffenheim club, Kerem Demirbay who managed to break the deadlock in the third minute after the second half of the match, which was where the goal started from the stab of the captain and the initiator of the German game, Julian Draxler who provided the cut feedback. back out of the Cameroon penalty box to Kerem Demirbay, and Demirbay without waiting long which could make him lose momentum immediately released a hard kick from outside the penalty box and couldn’t be reached by Cameroon goalkeeper Fabrice Ondoa so that the opening goal for Germany took place
After the opening goal, the game of the two teams became very different from the game in the first half, where after the opening goal the Cameroonians played open and hard to equalize.
The aftermath of the open and hard game played by the Cameroon national team itself finally had a long tail, precisely in the 64th minute, Cameroon had to play with ten players, because their mainstay right-back Ernest Mabouka had to receive a red card from the referee after violating one of the German player.
With the advantage of the number of players and the injection of enthusiasm for Joachim Loew’s team, Germany finally managed to double its lead to 2 – 0 over Cameroon.
It was Timo Werner who managed to register his name on the scoreboard in the 67th minute, which managed to double Germany’s advantage after an incident occurred when one of the mainstays of the German defense came out.
However, Der Panzer, nicknamed the German national team, was surprised by a return goal from the Cameroon team when Germany itself was cool to attack. Where a goal from Vincent Aboubakar’s header slid into the goal of Marc-Andre ter Stegen in the 79th minute, which resulted in a score of 2 – 1 for Germany’s temporary victory.
After the return goal from Cameroonpun, Germany seemed to wake up from sleep and could not play leisurely against Cameroon, because the match itself was still running into ten minutes this normal match ended.
And in order to maintain the concentration and mobility of Germany, the coach finally included several substitutes to replace some of their core players who looked tired throughout this match, due to the semi-finals of the Confederations Cup.
After the substitution of some of these players, the game from Germany, according to which the recovery schedule between matches to the next match was very tight, and in order to avoid some of the main players from getting injured during their own matches, the balance between their lines was getting better and better.
As a result of this substitution, at the end of the 2×45 match, Germany managed to score one more goal against Cameroon to close the final match in this Group B match and ensure that they won this group.
Where the additional German goal was obtained from a hard kick from RB Leipzig’s young striker, Timo Werner who managed to make Germany’s position increase to 3-1 and at the same time recorded his own name on the scoreboard twice, after previously or in the second goal he managed to record his name. on the scoreboard.
Thanks to this 3-1 victory, the German national team also qualified as group B winners with a collection of seven points, ahead of La Roja with the same points, but superior to goal productivity from Chile.
After making sure that they qualify as winners of Group B, Germany will already be waiting for the runners-up in Group A, Mexico, who had competed the previous day, and the semi-final match itself will take place in Sochi on June 29, 2022.