Munich – It can go on like this! Bayern players showcase their national teams and celebrate a lot of victories.
Thanks to two assists from Thomas Müller and a clown goal from Bavaria’s top talent Jamal Musiala, the German national team has bought tickets to the 2022 World Cup. DFB-Elf scored a 4–0 (0–0) win in North Macedonia on Monday evening – both goals from Kai Havertz (50th minute) and the first of two goals from Timo Werner (70th) substitute on Müller done some time ago. Musiala (83.) scored the final for Germany with his first international goal.
In addition to Müller, six Bayern stars were in the starting line-up of the German national team, along with captain Manuel Neuer, Niklas Sule, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka and Serge Gnabry. Recently, Leroy Sane, who performed strongly, was given a break.
Josip Stanisic is in the starting line-up again
Bayern youngster Josip Stanisic, nominated for the Croatian national team for the first time in the duration of this international match, has reason to rejoice. After the young defender was allowed to play from the start in a 3–0 win against Cyprus, he was again in the starting line-up in a 2–2 win against Slovakia. The draw helped vice world champion Croatia quickly finish second in the playoffs.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and the Cameroonian national team can still hope to participate in the World Cup. The Indomitable Lions beat the Mozambique national team 1-0 on Monday afternoon.
FC Bayern’s three stars had a special reason to celebrate on Sunday evening: with world champions France trio Benjamin Pavard, Daytot Upamecano and Lucas Hernandez crowning themselves with a 2-1 victory in the Nations League.
Tolisso and Koman can also call themselves Nations League winners
As in the semifinals, Pavard was in the starting line-up, with Upamecano coming in the 43rd minute. The 3–2 semi-final win against Belgium Hernandez played in was not used against the Spaniards.
Since Corentin Tolisso and Kingsley Koman have also played for France in the current competition, the other two professionals of the Munich Nations League winners can call themselves.
Alfonso Davies has also competed twice with Canada in World Cup qualification. After sharing points with favorites Mexico, in which the 20-year-old drew a 1-1 final, the left-back with Canada failed to extend past Sunday night’s goalless draw against Jamaica. Davis remained on the pitch for 90 minutes in both matches.
Sabitzer score for Austria, Sir made his debut
Marcel Sabitzer gained a lot of confidence from the Austrians’ 2–0 success. The 27-year-old was in the starting line-up against the Faroe Islands and closed the bag with his own goal in the 48th minute. In Munich, the midfielder is still waiting for his first starting lineup and his first goal participation.
Dwarf Sarr was allowed to wear the national jersey for the first time on Saturday evening. The Bayern defender made his full-distance debut and celebrated with Senegal in a 4-1 win against Namibia.
Lewandowski celebrates victory with Poland
Robert Lewandowski has also already played and led the Polish national team as captain in a secure 5-0 win against San Marino on Saturday. However, the world footballer had no goal of his own and was spared in the second half.
German U21s . Tillman with Dream Debut for
Youngster Malik Tillman also celebrated his dream debut on Thursday. The 19-year-old scored on his debut for the German U21 national team against Iceland. Scored an interim 1:1 (34th minute) in a 3:2 breakthrough for DFB youth in EM qualification against Israel Tillman.
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