FIFA World Cup 2022: Germany Team Analysis

Get complete information on the performance and players of the Germany Squad in the FIFA World Cup 2022. Read to know more.

In many ways, Germany’s journey ended in Russia in 2018. With losses to Mexico and South Korea in the group stage, Joachin Low’s long and successful time as manager ended. Even though he was in charge of Euro 2020, losing to England in the Round of 16 was his final blow. After leading Bayern Munich to the Champions League title, his former assistant Hansi Flick soon took over. Germany has steadily improved under Flick’s leadership but has kept the world the same. It has only lost once in 15 games since Flick took over. A 5-2 Nations League win over European champion Italy was the highlight of his time in charge. Get to know more about Germany’s prospects in FIFA World Cup.

Germany is in Group E and will play Japan on November 23. Flick and his team will go to the World Cup in Qatar with a team full of stars, hoping to reclaim the glory of the 2014 World Cup.

Germany’s Group E Matches:


Date Team Time Stadium
23 November Germany vs Japan 16.00 (local time) Khalifa Int’l Stadium
27 November Germany vs Spain 22.00 (local time) Al Bayt Stadium
1 December Germany vs Costa Rica 22.00 (local time) Al Bayt Stadium


Hansi Flick’s Strategy and Method for the FIFA World Cup 2022:

Hansi Flick replaced Joachim Low in August 2021 after 15 years in charge. The team’s 1st coach, Flick, has maintained faithful to German football’s features, including possession-based game and an eye-catching style, while adding his personal touch that supporters enjoyed at Bayern Munich.

Germany’s game is primarily about possession and control, and Flick values versatility in all positions to put the opposition under early pressure. As a result, players must help in all areas to thwart counterattacks. Flick and his team must improve their final ball and finishing to reach the semi-finals.

Match Winning Player: Manuel Neuer

Manuel Neuer’s revolutionary play—which includes staying near the centre-backs, assisting in play creation, and not just sweeping up behind the defence—is often brought up when discussing the German goalkeeper. Even at the age of 36, he is still considered one of the top goalkeepers in the world, and he has won every major football trophy.

To that end, his characteristics as captain—including his sincerity, consistency, and communication—deserve greater attention than his function as sweeper-keeper. Since 2016, Neuer has served as team captain and will play a pivotal role in fostering unity among his teammates at the World Cup.

Rising Star in the Field: Jamal Musiala

Jamal Musiala is Germany’s top player. The 19-year-old was born in Germany but grew up in England, so he represented both countries at the juvenile level before deciding who to play for professionally. Both nations courted the 17-year-old, who selected Germany, to England’s dismay. Fans and the German Football Association also like his humble nature, drive, and footballing skills.

Musiala can play anywhere on the pitch, but he’s most comfortable in attacking midfield. Despite his youth, he’s a key player on Flick’s side. He’s good under pressure and beneficial for the team. He can go by opponents and make their lives difficult while solidly defending us.

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