Germany drew their match against Spain 1-1 in the FIFA World Cup football competition and now the four-time world champions must win their last league match if they are to avoid a second successive first-round exit. Must be entered. Substitute Niklas Fulkrug equalized for Germany in the 83rd minute in the match played on Sunday. Earlier, Alvaro Morata had given Spain the lead in the 62nd minute. Germany kept their hopes alive by taking a point in this match but the road ahead is not easy for them but Fulkrug is confident that his team will be able to make it to the knockout stage.
Fulkrug said, “It was important for us to get this point. We definitely have a chance to go to the next round. Now we go into the final match in a good spirit and hope everything goes well.” Germany lost to Japan in their opening match and their fate will now be decided by Thursday’s match against Costa Rica. Costa Rica beat Japan 1–0 in their second match. A win in the last match will not be enough for Germany and they will have to pray for favorable results in the other matches as well. Germany and Spain will advance if they both win their final matches. If the match between Japan and Spain ends in a draw, then the team with the better goal difference between Germany and Japan will advance to the knockouts.
If Japan wins, then Germany will have to overtake Spain on goal difference, who beat Costa Rica 7–0 in their first match. Germany coach Hansi Flick said, “Hopefully this one point will boost our morale.” We know that this is the first step to move forward and against Costa Rica we will have to see if we can move according to the conditions to make it to the last 16. Spain coach Luis Enrique said that against Germany A draw is not a bad result. “We are at the top of this death toll right now,” he said. Right now our fate is in our hands and a draw against Japan will suffice but we will try to win that match.
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In the match between Germany and Spain, both teams made a few attempts but the first goal was scored by the Spanish team when Morata beautifully headed Jordi Alba’s cross. Germany were only able to trouble Spain on a few occasions, but they improved as the game progressed and eventually equalized with Fulkrug’s volley from close range.