Spain vs Germany Live: Stream, Score Updates and How to Watch World Cup 2022 Match | 11/27/2022Follow match Spain vs Germany live stream information and score online, prediction, TV channel, lineups preview, start date and result updates of the Spain vs Germany, in the second day of Group E at the World Cup on November 27th, 2022. Start time: 14:00 pm ET. Source: VAVEL LIVE UPDATES 3:00 AM2 hours agoTune in here Spain vs Germany in World Cup Qatar 2022Do not miss a detail of the match with the live updates and commentaries of VAVEL.
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Follow along with us all the details, commentaries, analysis and lineups for this Spain vs Germany match in the second day of Group E at the World Cup. 2:55 AM2 hours agoWhat time is Spain vs Germany match for World Cup Qatar 2022? This is the start time of the game Spain vs Germany of November 27th, in several countries: México: 13:00 horas CDMX Argentina: 15:00 horas Chile: 14:00 horas Colombia: 13:00 horas Perú: 13:00 horas EE. UU. : 14:00 horas ET Ecuador: 13:00 horas Uruguay: 15:00 horas Paraguay: 14:00 horas España: 20:00 horas 2:50 AM2 hours agoWhere and how to watch Spain vs Germany liveThe match will be broadcast on TUDN, TV Azteca and Sky Sports 534.
If you want to watch Spain vs Germany in streaming, you can watch it on Vix+. If you want to watch the match live online, VAVEL Mexico is your best option. 2:45 AM2 hours agoBackgroundThis will be the 26th meeting between these two teams in all competitions, so it will be a great commitment for both teams that will seek to grow the record and tip the balance a little to their side, as Germany is dominant with 9 wins, leaving 8 draws and 8 Spanish victories, in addition to these two teams already have past World Cups, as they met in South Africa 2010, USA 1994, Spain 1982 and England 1966. 2:40 AM2 hours agoLast 5 meetingsIn the last 5 meetings the balance is on the side of the Spanish with 2 wins and 1 win for the Teutons leaving them with 2 draws.
Spain 6-0 Germany, 17 Nov, 2020, UEFA Nations League Germany 1-1 Spain, 3 Sep, 2020, UEFA Nations League Germany 1-1 Spain, 23 Mar, 2018, International Friendlies Spain 0-1 Germany, 18 Nov, 2014, International Friendlies Germany 0-1 Spain, 7 Jul, 2010, FIFA World Cup 2:35 AM2 hours agoHow is Spain coming? The locals are coming from a good streak, coming from a scandalous 7-0 win over Costa Rica in their World Cup debut in Qatar in the last meeting, having a streak of 4 wins, 0 draws and 1 loss, so they will not want to continue with the defeats and will seek to hold on to the World Cup, looking to get out of it well.
Spain 7-0 Costa Rica, 23 Nov, 2022, FIFA World Cup Jordan 1-3 Spain, 17 Nov, 2022, International Friendlies Portugal 0-1 Spain, 27 Sep, 2022, UEFA Nations League Spain 1-2 Switzerland, 24 Sep, 2022, UEFA Nations League Spain 2-0 Czech Republic, 12 Jun, 2022, UEFA Nations League 2:30 AM2 hours agoHow is Germany coming? The visitors in their last 5 matches have had a not very good performance, having their last victory against the Oman national team, winning 1-0 in their last friendly and in their debut in Qatar they ended up losing 1-2 against Japan, having a streak of 2 wins, 1 draw and 2 defeats, a very unfavorable streak for the team. Germany 1-2 Japan, 23 Nov, 2022, FIFA World Cup Oman 0-1 Germany, 16 Nov, 2022, International friendlies England 3-3 Germany, 26 Sep, 2022, UEFA Nations League Germany 0-1 Hungary, 23 Sep, 2022, UEFA Nations League Germany 5-2 Italy, 14 Jun, 2022, UEFA Nations League 2:25 AM2 hours agoWatch out for this player of Spain2:20 AM2 hours agoWatch out for this player from Germany2:15 AM2 hours agoCosta Rica was overthrownThe first half was totally Spanish, and at the opening whistle they went all out in search of a goal.
After much insistence, the 1-0 came thanks to Dani Olmo, who found a ball on the wing and shot first time. In the 21st minute, Jordi Alba sent in a cross to the penalty spot for Marco Asensio to shoot from half height. But the nightmare was not over yet, at 28 Óscar Duarte brought down Jordi Alba in the area. On 31 minutes, Ferran Torres kicked the ball from the penalty spot to make it 3-0. In the second half Ferran Torres appeared again, now at 54 with an assist from Ferran Torres, beating Navas to make it 4-0. Now it was Gavi's turn to score in the 74th minute and he made it 5-0.
At 90 Carlos Soler won by speed and made it 6-0. At 90+2, already in stoppage time, Álvaro Morata received a filtered pass and crossed it to the near post, making it 7-0. 2:10 AM2 hours agoJapanese surpriseThe German team showed up with all its arsenal on the field while Japan presented a relatively young team, showing the generational change within the Japanese squad. Germany had a chance after Gonda fouled Raum in the box, resulting in a penalty kick, which was taken by the experienced midfielder Gündogan on the wrong side of the goalkeeper in the 33rd minute.
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