Germany World Cup 2022 Teams:

Germany World Cup 2022 Teams: Who is in and who is not?

Which 26 players will Hansi Flick bring to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar?

This was followed by another great performance at Euro 2020. England were too strong in the round of 16 to impress in their first major tournament as stars.

But the fate of the four-time world champion was not easy. They will face opponents such as 2010 champions Spain, Asian powerhouse Japan and Group E Concacaf representative Costa Rica.


Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer could be a man between Qatar's posts if he can shake off his injury worries in time.

However, Neuer has missed Bayern's last few Bundesliga matches, raising concerns about his fitness.

But even if Neuer is sidelined due to fitness problems, Barcelona's Marc-André He Theer His Stegen remains a strong choice.

Next Fulham's Bernd Leno will battle Eintracht Frankfurt's Kevin Trapp for his third place.

Oliver of Hoffenheim He Baumann ready to step up in case more injuries but unlikely he will nod if everyone else stays healthy It seems that.


Antonio Rudiger will definitely start as one of the centre-backs, while Dortmund's Niklas Sule and Nico Schlotterbeck are likely to start alongside the Real Madrid players.

Thilo Kehrer and David Raum calculate chances as main defenders, but Benjamin Henrichs and Robin Gosens could also come in as full-backs.

Other options could also include Matthias Ginter and Mats his Hummels, while promising youngsters Armel his Vera his Kotchup also speak for themselves this season.


Flick has a lot of chances in midfield for both defensive players and more creative playmakers.

Joshua Kimmich looks solid in midfield, with Ilkay Gundogan, Leon Goretzka and Julian Brandt also optimistic.

Promising youngsters Jamal Musiara and Florian Wertz will add talent and creativity if counted on.


Germany also has a lot of talent to bring in from above.

The duo of Chelsea's Kai Havertz and Bayern Munich's Thomas Muller and Serge Gnabry both look perfect.

Her teammate Leroy Sane was also usually sure, but the former Manchester City winger has muscle problems and is facing a race against time. , Timo Werner is out of the Champions League win over Shakhtar Donetsk with an ankle injury.

With young talent like Karim Adiemi, Lucas Numecha and Borussia Dortmund prodigy Youssoufa Moukoko, Marco Reus also wants to finally put his injury worries aside and shine at the World Cup.

4-2-3-1 system is a familiar sight with Flick at the helm.

It will likely be the last World Championship goal for Neuer as Müller intervenes just behind Havertz and Gnabry and Thane attack from the flanks.

Kimmick and Gundogan need to ensure defensive consistency in front of the central defenders of the Soule/Rudiger pair.

Klostermann moved to the back right, Hoffenheim's space moved to the other side.

Germany XI (4-2-3-1):

Neuer; Clostermann, Sule, Rudiger, Raum. Kimmich, Gundogan. Gnabry, Müller, sanity. Havertz

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