The 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Europe continued tonight (Monday) with another round of games, the highlight of which was the German team, which secured its place in the World Cup in Qatar after 0: 4 in northern Macedonia, as part of House 10.
In the 50th minute, Thomas Müller left the ball to Kai Habertz, who rolled into the bare net the advantage goal of the team, which became the first team from Europe to automatically secure a ticket to the World Cup in Qatar.
Timo Werner honored the duo (71 and 74) in the second half.
Jamal Musiala joined the celebration set the score, 7 minutes to go.
Germany celebrates in northern Macedonia, Photo: AP
The Netherlands are also on the right track for the tournament after a particularly easy 0: 6 over Gibraltar.
The House 7 leader also approached Qatar with goals from Virgil Van Dyke, Memphis Depay (pair), Denzel Dompris and Arnott Djoma.
Daniel Mullen signed in the 86th minute.
In the same house, Norway still without the injured Arling Holland, defeated Montenegro 0-1 thanks to a successful shot by Muhammad Alionosi.
Croatia lost first place in House 8 after a dramatic 2-2 draw against Slovakia.
The runner-up absorbed in the 20th minute from the head of Ivan Sharantz.
A short-range strike by Andrei Krameric equalized, but in the final minute of the first half, Lukasz Raslin set up a super surprising 1-2.
19 minutes to the end, Luca Modric sent a free kick into the net and set up a great 2: 2.
The Netherlands celebrates six,
Whoever took advantage of Croatia's mini-stumble, was Russia who climbed to first place at home with 1: 2 in Slovenia.
Igor Dibiev and Giorgi Dzikia set up a double advantage for the Russians, Josip Ilicic only reduced the lead in the 40th minute.
Holland celebrates six, Photo: AP
In other games: Cyprus - Malta 2: 2, Iceland - Liechtenstein 0: 3, Romania - Armenia 0: 1, Latvia - Turkey 2: 1, Estonia - Wales 1: 0, Belarus - Czech Republic 2: 0.