- Germany have qualified for the 2022 FIFA World Cup after beating North Macedonia 4-0 on Monday night, October 11
- Chelsea striker Timo Werner was impressive for Germany in this encounter as he scored a brace in incredible styles
- Germany are now the first team to qualify for the 2022 World Cup with other nations still looking forward to getting tickets
Former world champions, Germany on Monday night, October 11, became the first nation to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar following their impressive 4-0 win over North Macedonia.
Germany knew before the encounter that a win for them would give them the ticket for big tournament in Qatar and they did themselves lots of good by getting the three points.
Playing in front of their fans, North Macedonia wanted to impress, but they found it difficult against Germany who were more determined.
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However, these two teams were unable to get any goal in the first half as they went into the dressing rooms goalless.
Germany came out aggressively in the second half and they waited until the 50th minute before netting their first goal through Kai Havertz.
Chelsea striker Timo Werner added two more goals for Germany in the 70th and 73rd minute before Jamal Musiala scored the fourth and last goal in the 83rd minute.
Timo Werner has also been impressive so far this season for Chelsea in the Premier League as the Blues are currently topping the table after seven games played.
Obi Cubana meets with Chelsea star shortly after Blues defeated Southampton
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Nigerian socialite Obi Cubana was at Stamford Bridge to cheer Chelsea to victory in the Blues 3-1 home win over Southampton in the Premier League.
Obi Cubana has been a regular face with footballers as he was earlier seen with former Chelsea star Tammy Abraham during one of his recent trips to London.
Abraham who left Premier League club Chelsea to join Jose Mourinho at Italian side Roma has his roots traced back to Nigeria.
But on his visit to London this time around, Obi Cubana was spotted in a photo with Callum Hudson-Odoi who was not in Chelsea's team list for the game against the Saints.