The official formation for the Spain summit against Germany in the 2022 World Cup
The technical staff of the Spain national team against Germany announced the official formation of their match, which will start at nine in the evening today, Sunday, at the “Al Bayt Stadium” within the second round of Group E of the 2022 World Cup currently held in Qatar and will continue until the eighteenth of this December, with the participation of 32 teams representing six continents.
The formation of the Spanish national team was as follows:
Unai Simon, Carvajal, Rodri, Laporte, Jordi Alba, Busquets, Javi, Badri, Marco Asensio, Ferran Torres, and Dani Olmo.
While the formation of the German national team came as follows:
Manuel Neuer, Antonio Rudiger, David Ram, Thilo Kilher, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka, Serge Gnabry, Thomas Mueller, Jamal Musiala, Nicholas Saul, Alkai Gundogan.
The Spanish national team opened its campaign in the 2022 World Cup with a terrifying seven goals inside the net of Costa Rica, to give a stern warning to all competitors in the World Cup.
While the German national team began its campaign in the World Cup in Qatar, losing 1-2 against Japan, to make it difficult for its position in Group E of the first round.
The Spain national team, led by its coach Luis Enrique, is looking forward to achieving victory over Germany in order to qualify relatively to the round of 16 of the World Cup Qatar 2022.
While the German machines seek to compensate for the sudden loss against Japan, to preserve the hope of qualifying for the World Cup final, despite the difficulty of the match against the Spanish Matador.
Spain vs Germany
The Spain national team is armed with a large number of young talents, headed by Pedri Gonzalez, Javi, Ferran Torres and Marco Asensio.
While Hans Flick, coach of the Germany national team, relies on a mixture of experience with the presence of veteran goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, Thomas Muller, Gundogan and Niklas Zule, and the young talents represented by Jamal Musiala, Kai Havertz and Kimmich.
Spain occupies the top of the Group E table in the World Cup with 3 points, and Japan comes behind it on goal difference, then Germany and Costa Rica in third and fourth place without a balance of points.