World Cup 2022 Live Updates: Spain leads Germany in second half

Second week 2022 FIFA World Cup Sunday is in full swing on FS1 and we bring you every must-see moment from Al Bad Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar. Spain Team E faces the opponent Germany.

Earlier, Costa Rica ft Japan A Group E battlewhen Morocco ft Belgium And Croatia ft Canada in a pair Group F matches.

You can watch this game and Every match of the tournament on Fox Sports Family Networks — the tournament’s official English-language broadcast partner in the United States — and the FOX Sports app and You can too Stream full-match replays on Doobi for free.

Here are the best plays.

Spain vs. Germany

7′ – Wild shot attempt

Dani Olmo Had a good look, but the Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer The Spanish forward deflected a shot off the crossbar and into the net.

Germany’s Manuel Neuer’s stunning save against Spain | 2022 FIFA World Cup

Manuel Neuer made an unreal save against Spain’s Dani Olmo to keep the score 0-0 for Germany.

25′ – A little more time left

After the Spanish goalkeeper Yours Simon He indirectly kicked the ball Serge Gnabri Incidentally, the German forward attempted a shot just wide to the left.

36′ – Get out of here!

It was a tight contest that was showcased by Germany’s midfielder Jamal Musiala This shot from Spain stopped the effort Ferran Torres.

40′ – Goal overturned

Defender of Germany Antonio Rudiger A pat on the head. After a VAR check, he was ruled offside. The game went into half-time scoreless.

56′ – Great save

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After his pass was intercepted, Simon recovered and saved the German midfielder Joshua KimmichIn shot attempt.

62′ – Goal!

Shortly after entering the game, forward Alvaro Morata A goal gives Spain a 1-0 lead.

Spain’s Alvaro Morata scored. 62′ against Germany | 2022 FIFA World Cup

Spain's Alvaro Morata scored.  62' against Germany |  2022 FIFA World Cup

Watch Spain’s Alvaro Morata score against Germany in 62′ at the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup.

Setting the stage

Spain are looking to win their first two World Cup games for the first time since 2006. Costa Rica At its beginning on Wednesday, 7-0.

Germany, on the other hand, will aim to bounce back after a win 2-1 Loss Japan At its launch earlier this week.

Stay tuned for updates!

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