FIFA World Cup qualifiers: Germany loses to North Macedonia for a shock.

Germany, the four-time world champion, was defeated at home by North Macedonia. Germany was defeated 2-1 by a well-known minority team from Macedonia.

The game was won by North Macedonia in the 85th minute. On Wednesday, Eljif Elmas defeated Germany 2-1 in their Group J World Cup qualifier. The Balkans celebrated their historic international triumph.

Elmas took over the game four times after the world champions. They were, however, unable to turn around.

The odds against a trained North Macedonia ranked 65th in the world and entered the game with a minor under plus 2800.

In coach Joachim Low’s final qualifier, it was the first World Cup qualifier in 20 years.

“This is very embarrassing,” Low said before leaving the summer European Championship.

Apart from 70% German control in the first half and Leon Goretzka’s shot on the break, the visitors scored when 37-year-old Goran Pandev was left unmarked in the box to score during the first-half suspension.

The German soldiers put their opponents in the ring with them. However, Serge Gnabry’s contribution was minimal until Leroy Sane was substituted.

Gundogan’s penalty in the 63rd minute was deflected by the officials. Despite the late pressure and Timo Werner’s golden chance with 10 minutes to go, Germany was unable to find a winner.

North Macedonia, ranked 65th in the world, won five minutes before Elmas.

Chelsea striker Timo Werner had an excellent chance to put Joachim Low’s team ahead of the winner from North Macedonia but fired from a distance.

Germany was defeated 2-1 by North Macedonia in a World Cup qualifier for the first time in 20 years.
North Macedonia defeated Germany in the final World Cup qualifier.

For the first time in 20 years, Germany lost a World Cup qualifier. North Macedonia defeated the 2014 champions 2-1 on Wednesday.

Germany equalized following Goran Pandev’s first-half goal.

But did not respond to North Macedonia’s winner in the 85th minute by Elif Elmas. Who led Germany to second place in Group J?

Pandev opened the scoring after the German defense lost sight of veteran Genoa.

However, after Ezgjan Alioski brought down Leroy Sane, Ilkay Gundogan equalized in the penalty area in the 63rd minute.

North Macedonia could have received Emre Can’s corner handball, but the referee missed it. No video review program qualifies.

Timo Werner then squandered an excellent opportunity for Germany to advance.

As each goalkeeper blocked Gundogan’s path, they fired a variety of shots.

While Germany was attempting to score another goal, North Macedonia won the game.

As Pandev drew the German defenders, Arijan Ademi balanced the ball between Antonio Rudiger’s legs. They had left Elmas to take on Marc-Andre Ter Stegen.

Since losing 5-1 to England in Munich in 2001, Germany has gone 35 games unbeaten in World Cup qualifiers, winning the last 18.

North Macedonia has never participated in the World Cup.

Nonetheless, it will compete in the European Championship for the first time this year after Pandev scored the game-winning goal against Georgia in November.

It was the final qualifier of German coach Joachim Low’s 15-year reign. Who stepped down following the European Championships in June and July?

We’ve never beaten a team with so many championships.

It was Germany’s first defeat in Group J, and the first goal they had released for viewing.

The defeat also ended their unbeaten streak in 35 World Cup qualifiers, dating back to a 5-1 loss to England in 2001.

“This is extremely embarrassing,” Low admitted. “We were not sufficiently refreshed to make mistakes.”

We were dangerous when we played fast. But we didn’t find the tools frightening. Overall, losing such a home was heartbreaking.”

A World Cup qualifier defeats Germany at home in Northern Macedonia.

North Macedonia prevailed in the 85th minute, with Eljif Elmas defeating Germany 2-1 in Group J.

After the four-time world champions dominated the game, Elmas stepped in.

They struggled to turn down opportunities against the well-trained Northern Macedonians, who were ranked 65th in the world. They also made it into the game as under-2800 players.

It was coach Joachim Low’s first World Cup qualifier in 20 years in the final qualifier. Before the summer European Championship. “This is extremely embarrassing,” Low admitted.

“We were immature, and we made mistakes.” We were dangerous if we played fast, but we didn’t get terrifying tools.”

Before the game began, the German players raised a banner in support of human rights.

Last week, players from Germany, the Netherlands, and Norway wore shirts to express Qatar’s concerns about human rights.

Despite Germany scoring 70% in the first half and Leon Goretzka shooting through the box.

During the first stop, Goran Pandev, 37, was left unmarked in the box and scored for the visitors.

The Germans’ opponents were defeated in the middle of the season. But not without the efforts of Serge Gnabry. He didn’t have much to show for it until he dropped Leroy Sane from the box.

Gundogan’s penalty in the 63rd minute drew criticism. Despite late pressure and Timo Werner’s golden chance 10 minutes from time, Germany remained unbeaten.

They were fortunate to avoid the Emre Can handball penalty. They were still punished for mistreatment if Elmas got a chance in the box to score.

“By winning four World Cups, these guys have done North Macedonia proud.” “And three European games,” North Macedonia coach Igor Angelovski explained.

“We’ve never beaten a team with so many championships.” We must now rest because what we have accomplished has yet to bear fruit.”

North Macedonia moved up to second place in Group J, six points ahead of Germany on goal difference. And three behind Armenia’s leaders.

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