This FIFA World Cup™️ clash of two former world champions has significant meaning for Spain’s Marco Asensio and German defender David Raum in Qatar.
Two European heavyweights who kicked off their 2022 World Cup campaigns in contrasting fashion lock horns at the Al Bayt Stadium on Sunday, as high-flying Spain take on an out-of-sorts Germany outfit.
While La Roja secured their biggest-ever World Cup win last time out, Die Mannschaft were condemned to one of their most embarrassing defeats on the world’s biggest stage and are now at risk of elimination from Group E.
We say: Spain 2-0 Germany
Spain were rampant in front of goal against Costa Rica and they breezed to victory the last time that they met with Germany, but a tighter affair is to be expected on Sunday, with Flick’s men under huge pressure to respond after their disappointing loss against Japan.
The four-time world champions are sure to be fired up for this pivotal clash in Group E, but we can see Enrique’s side coming out on top, potentially ending Die Mannschaft’s brief stint in Qatar.