Iceland vs Germany: FIFA World Cup Qualifiers full coverage – Bavarian Football Works
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Without only one game left in this international break, the opening chapter of Hansi Flick’s Germany tenure is coming to an end. The Germans have won both games until now, each with comfortable scorelines. Will the momentum continue against Iceland?
As fans of Bayern Munich, we hope to see some players rested by Flick. Meanwhile for Iceland, this game comes at a bad time, when the country’s footballing community has been rocked by a series of sex abuse scandals. This isn’t the same team that were the darlings of Europe at Euro 2016 — the Germans should be able to make light work of them, barring any surprises.
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It’s good that someone said this. What was that “mystery injury” that kept Reus out of the Iceland game?
Everyone is safe, but the experience must have been awful.
Hansi Flick’s first stint ended with a 3-0 record, 12 goals scored, and zero goals allowed. Pretty good, eh?
Germany managed to easily squash Iceland 4-0 for their fourth win in 5 games to move to the top of FIFA World Cup Qualifying Group J
Hansi Flick’s Germany got another win and another clean sheet. Here’s who stood out.
The captain is really liking what he sees on the pitch.
Germany went 3-0 and took care of business.
Flick still thinks there’s a lot Die Mannschaft needs to work on before the next set of World Cup qualifiers.
The Chelsea man played a key role in helping Germany throttle Iceland.
The last game of Hansi’s first international break! We pray for zero injuries.
With many of his players set to face Leipzig and then Barcelona back-to-back, let’s hope that Flick takes pity on them.
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Germany’s manager will not take any team lightly.