Leroy Sane’s double strike helped Germany win their penultimate World Cup qualifier football match with a resounding victory over Liechtenstein. On Thursday night Germany crushed Liechtenstein by a 9-0 match result in World Cup qualification Group J. With this victory Hansi Flick became the first German head coach to win his first six games in charge.
A lot of matches were played on 11th November and the majority of the action took place in Europe, and there were plenty of goals to keep fans amused across the continent, particularly in the Volkswagen Arena in Wolfsburg, Germany, where Hansi Flick’s team thrashed Liechtenstein 9-0.
Die Mannschaft’s scores included Ilkay Gundogan (2), Leroy Sane (2), Marco Reus (2), and Thomas Muller (2) against a visiting team that was relegated to ten men with just nine minutes on the clock.
Following Ilkay Gundogan’s early penalty, granted for a foul that resulted in a red card for Jens Hofer, the former Bayern Munich manager began his tenure with a 2-0 win against these opponents in September, and it always appeared like he would take the overall record from Joachim Low.
Racing into a 4-0 half-time lead thanks to an own goal by Daniel Kaufmann and goals by Leroy Sane and Marco Reus, Die Mannschaft made full use of their numerical advantage. Die Mannschaft’s place in next year’s World Cup in Qatar had already been confirmed prior to the game in Wolfsburg. Sane added a fifth goal early in the second half, and Thomas Muller’s brace, a superb Ridle Baku shot, and Maximilian Goppel’s own goal sealed the victory late on.