Germany and Belgium crashes out of FIFA world cup 2022

 Germany failed to advance to the knockout stage for the second time in a row 

Germany and Belgium have been crashed out of the FIFA world cup 2022 in Qatar. Both Germany and Belgium were favourites to qualify for the pre-quarterfinals but they failed to do so. Germany, the power house of world foot ball exit the world cup despite defeating Costa Rica 4-2 in its last group match yesterday. 

It is second time that The German team failed to make it to last 16 in a row. Germany also made an early exit in 2018 FIFA world cup in Russia four years ago.

Belgium also made the early exit in the 2022 FIFA world cup. The world number two team was not in good form during the world cup. It failed to impress the fans with its performance.  

 It was a nerve-wracking climax to Group ‘E’ on Thursday night, with Spain going through despite losing to Japan, and Germany crashing out despite a 4-2 victory against Costa Rica.

In a game where Frenc­hwoman Stephanie Frappart became the first female referee to officiate a match at the men’s World Cup, Costa Rican fans went into raptures when Juan Pablo Vargas’ poked them into the lead in the 70th minute. But Germany, who had opened the scoring through Serge Gnabry’s 10th-minute header, levelled matters immediately through Kai Havertz.

Havertz got another goal, steering in a cross from Gnabry with five minutes to go, and Niclas Fuellkrug made it 4-2 in the 89th, but Germany still needed Spain to find a leveller to stay in- But that didn’t happen, and Spain went through on goal difference, with Japan clinching the top spot after their 2-1 win over the Spaniards.

Spain had taken the lead through Alvaro Morata’s 11th-minute header, but Japan turned the game on its head with two goals in three minutes; Ritsu Doan first firing them level in the 48th and then Ao Tanaka got the ball over the line to put them ahead.


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