Mueller bemoans 'absolute catastrophe' as Germany exit World Cup

Germany forward Thomas Mueller said his country's second successive first-round exit from the World Cup was an "absolute catastrophe", which team-mate Kai Havertz likened to "watching a horror movie".

Muller: Germany's World Cup exit a 'catastrophe'

DOHA, Dec. 2 (Xinhua) -- Germany forward Thomas Muller described his teams early elimination from the 2022 FIFA World Cup as an "absolute catastrophe" and hinted he might have played his last international match.Germanys forward #13 Thomas Mueller (R) waves to supporters after his team failed to qualify in the Qatar 2022 World Cup Group E football match between Costa Rica and Germany at the Al-Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, north of Doha on December 1, 2022. (Photo: AFP)A Kai Havertz brace fired Germany to a 4-2 win over Costa Rica in their final group match on Thursday, but Japans victory over Spain meant Hansi Flicks side finished third in Group E, behind Spain on goal difference."Its unbelievably bitter for us because we thought our result would have been enough," Muller said. "Its a feeling of powerlessness."It marks the second consecutive time that Germany have failed to reach the World Cup knockout stage following their dismal showing in Russia four years ago when they finished last in their group as defending champions.Muller, who has scored 10 goals across four World Cup editions, did not guarantee he would continue in the national team."For me personally, this is an absolute catastrophe. If this was my last game, it was a huge pleasure," the 33-year-old said. "We experienced incredible moments together. In every game, I tried to leave my heart on the pitch. Ive done it with love."

German football needs rapid overhaul, says Flick after World Cup exit

Coach Hansi Flick called for urgent changes to Germanys football youth development, after the "huge disappointment" of elimination at the group stage for the second World Cup in a row.Germanys coach #00 Hans-Dieter Flick (R) shakes hands with Germanys midfielder #07 Kai Havertz at the end of the Qatar 2022 World Cup Group E football match between Costa Rica and Germany at the Al-Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, north of Doha on December 1, 2022. (Photo: AFP)Despite beating Costa Rica 4-2 on Thursday, Germany were dumped out on goal difference after Japan pulled off a shock 2-1 defeat of Spain in the groups other game on a nailbiting night in Qatar. Prior to the match, 1990 World Cup winner and former Germany manager Jurgen Klinsmann said another group stage elimination would be "ten times more of a disaster" than the sides early exit from Russia four years ago.After Klinsmanns worst fears came true, Flick said Germany needed significant changes to its junior development system to remain competitive with other nations.Flick, who took over from Joachim Loew after the European Championship last year, said Germany needed to look to other countries for ways to improve, singling out Spain.Acknowledging that there was "huge disappointment" in the dressing room, Flick said: "We have players who play with top clubs and we do have the quality (but) I believe that for the future of German football, we need to do things differently in training.""For years we have been talking about new goalkeepers, new wing backs, but what was always good (in the past) is that we could defend well – these elements are things we need."We need the basics. Even though Spain lost, we should look at Spain. Spain are very good in defence, they focus on the training of younger players and they know their attacks well."With Germany hosting the next Euro in 2024, Flick also suggested the side needed to pursue a generational cha...

'We deserved it': German fans reckon with early World Cup exit

In a quickly-emptying east Berlin bar, Eric Warncke is "disappointed" by Germanys shock exit from the World Cup, but says he already suspected it might happen.Jamal Musiala of Germany shoots during the Group E match between Costa Rica and Germany at the 2022 FIFA World Cup at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar, Dec. 1, 2022. (Photo: Xinhua)After a surprise 2-1 loss in the opening game to Japan, the team left themselves a hill to climb to make it through to the knockout round in Qatar. A tense 1-1 draw against Spain gave them hope of qualification, but the Spaniards own defeat at the hands of the Japanese Thursday sealed the Germans fate despite a turbulent 4-2 win over Costa Rica."Nobody expected Japan to beat Spain, but in the end we were knocked out deservedly," Warncke, 27, says.To his mind, there are "too few characters, too few leaders" in Hansi Flicks squad compared with the previous sides.Germany used to pride itself on being a "tournament team", which always had a chance of winning World Cups."Individually they are all good players, but its not a team," he says, lamenting the disappearance of Bastian Schweinsteiger and Lukas Podolski, who lifted the trophy in 2014.Like him, his friend Rico Wagner, 23, summed up the feeling: "Disappointed, but we also deserved it". - Viewing figures -After a rollercoaster game in which Germany first seemed to be going through, then did not and finally could not do enough despite a late push, the fans in the bar showed their frustration.Even before the TV commentator confirmed Japans win and Germanys exit, crying "this is a debacle, this is a disaster," some fans grabbed their coats and headed for the door.The full-time whistle, when it came, was met with angry shouts.Germany should have made it "to the quarter finals, definitely", says Levent Lanzke, 41. "On paper it was possible, but Japan turned up. Costa R...

High drama in World Cup as Japan qualify, Germany and Belgium go out

A dramatic night of the FIFA World Cup saw Japan come back from a goal down to beat Spain 2-1 and qualify for the last 16 as Group E winners ahead of Spain on Thursday.

Japan beat Spain to win Group E on dramatic night in World Cup

Japan came back from one goal down to claim a 2-1 victory over Spain and top Group E of the FIFA World Cup on Thursday.

Germany crash out of World Cup despite victory over Costa Rica

Four-time champions Germany crashed out of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar despite a 4-2 victory over Costa Rica in their final Group E match on Thursday.

Suarez: I can't apologize for 2010 quarterfinal handball

DOHA, Dec. 1 (Xinhua) -- It is probably fair to say that Uruguay striker Luis Suarez is not the most popular person in Ghana ever since his handball denied a certain goal in the closing moments of the quarter-final between the two sides in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.Suarez pulled off a save that most goalkeepers would be satisfied with to stop Dominic Adiyiahs header in the dying seconds of extra time. Suarez was sent off and Asamoah Gyan crashed the resulting penalty against the crossbar.In this file photo taken on July 2, 2010 Uruguays goalkeeper Fernando Muslera (C) eyes Uruguays striker Luis Suarez (3rdR) touching the ball during the 2010 World Cup quarter final Uruguay vs Ghana on July 2, 2010 at Soccer City stadium in Soweto, suburb of Johannesburg. (Photo: AFP)Uruguay won the resulting penalty shoot-out and booked a semi-final tie against the Netherlands (which they lost), while Ghana were denied the chance of a becoming the first African team to reach the last-four in the tournament.12 years later in Qatar, Uruguay have to beat Ghana to have a chance of qualifying from a well-balanced group, while a win (and a draw) for Ghana would assure they finish about Uruguay (although they need to win to assure finishing ahead of South Korea).Uruguay put Suarez forward to speak to the press on the eve of Fridays game against Ghana that closes Group H in Qatar, but if anyone expected Suarez to pour oil on troubled waters, they clearly do not know him.When told by a Ghanian reporter that he was considered "the devil himself" in Ghana because of the incident, his reply was simple: "I cant apologize about that. I committed the handball, but the Ghana player (Gyan) missed the penalty, not me.""Maybe I can apologize if I injure a player and get a red card. Maybe I can apologize, but in this situation, I got a red card and the referee said penalty, its not my fault, because I didnt miss the penalty," ins...

Saudi Arabia exits World Cup with newfound confidence

From a generational-defining win over Lionel Messi and Argentina to the recent reports that Cristiano Ronaldo could soon be on his way to play soccer in the kingdom, Saudi Arabia has caused a sensation at the World Cup.Mexicos Alexis Vega, left, and Mexicos Jesus Gallardo, right, watch Saudi Arabias Firas Al-Buraikan jumping for the ball during the World Cup group C soccer match between Saudi Arabia and Mexico, at the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022. (Photo: AP)The Green Falcons have nothing to be ashamed about after being eliminated following a 2-1 loss to Mexico on Wednesday.The second-lowest ranked team in the tournament at No. 51 — one spot behind host Qatar — and ahead of only 61st-ranked Ghana, Saudi Arabia was competitive from start to finish at the first World Cup in the Middle East."We did our best. Today it was more difficult for us," said Hervé Renard, Saudi Arabias French coach. "But we dont have to forget what we did together."The Saudis opened with a surprising 2-1 victory over Argentina and also played solidly in a 2-0 loss to Poland before conceding two second-half goals to Mexico to finish last in Group C.Salem Al-Dawsari, the teams star No. 10, pulled a goal back in added time, before the Saudi players bent over on the field at the final whistle in prayer and then stood up to applaud their fans.Strong goalkeeping from Mohammed Al-Owais prevented Mexico from scoring another goal — which could have sent the South Americans through to the round of 16. Instead, it was Argentina and Poland who advanced in the most wide-open group of the tournament.With Renard motivating the team in his emblematic white shirt on the sidelines, Saudi Arabia proved tough to beat with a team featuring all 26 players based at home.Players of Saudi Arabia clap after the World Cup group C soccer match between Saudi Arabia and Mexico, at the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar, Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022. (Phot...

Portugal looking to avoid Brazil by winning World Cup group

Portugals Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring his sides opening goal during the World Cup group H soccer match between Portugal and Uruguay, at the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar, Monday, Nov. 28, 2022. (Photo: AP)Back-to-back wins. Qualification with a game to spare. Cristiano Ronaldo already among the goal scorers. The group stage could hardly have gone any better for Portugal at the World Cup.Theres still one loose end to tie up.Portugal needs a point in its last Group H match against South Korea on Friday to guarantee finishing in first place. That might come with a perk — avoiding Brazil in the last 16."If we had to face each other, it would be a game between two great teams," Portugal coach Fernando Santos said. "But our wish, and Brazils, is that we meet later on."After the 2-0 win over Uruguay on Sunday, Santos said he wasnt planning to rest too many key players against South Korea. Ronaldo may be an exception.Three games in nine days could prove to be too much for the 37-year-old striker, who hasnt played significant minutes this season for Manchester United — the English team which recently terminated its contract with Ronaldo after his explosive pre-World Cup interview blasting the clubs manager, owners and even his teammates.Ronaldo missed team training on Wednesday, instead completing a session in the gym, and theres a chance he is saved for the last 16. That would give the likes of Gonçalo Ramos or Andre Silva a rare chance to start up front.Portugals Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his sides opening goal with Portugals Bruno Fernandes during the World Cup group H soccer match between Portugal and Uruguay, at the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar, Monday, Nov. 28, 2022. (Photo: AP)Also set to be missing are center back Danilo Pereira, who broke three ribs in training last week, and left back Nuno Mendes, who was substituted in the first half against Uruguay because of a muscl...

Socceroos lauded after Denmark victory

CANBERRA, Dec. 1 (Xinhua) -- Australias national mens football team have been hailed as heroes after qualifying for the FIFA World Cup knockout stages.The Socceroos finished second in Group D with six points after beating Denmark 1-0 in Qatar on Wednesday evening local time.It marks the second time in history that the mens national team has progressed to the round of 16 at a World Cup and the Socceroos best-ever point tally in the group stage, beating the four points they won in 2006.Australias Mathew Leckie, left, celebrates with his teammate Riley McGree after scoring his sides first goal during the World Cup group D soccer match between Australia and Denmark, at the Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah, Qatar, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022. (Photo: AP)The result sparked celebrations across Australia and calls for Prime Minister (PM) Anthony Albanese to declare a public holiday.Speaking to reporters after the game, coach Graham Arnold - who was under major pressure to keep the job after failing to qualify for the tournament automatically - compared his team to the "golden generation" side of 2006, which was knocked out by eventual champions Italy."Maybe were talking about a new golden generation now because weve been listening and hearing about the golden generation of 2006, who got four points - and now weve got six," he said."Im just so proud of the players, the work ethic, the commitment, the fight, the way they played. Denmark are top 10 in the world for a reason, they have high-quality players who play in top leagues and defensively, I thought we were outstanding tonight."Winger Mat Leckie, who scored Australias goal on the counterattack in the 60th minute, said the team always believed they could make it out of the group.The Socceroos will play one of the pre-tournament favorites Argentina and superstar Lionel Messi in the round of 16 on Saturday night in Doha.

Allister, Alvarez give Argentina win over Poland in Group C

DOHA - Second-half goals from Alexis Mac Allister and Julian Alvarez gave Argentina a 2-0 win over Poland on Wednesday, which saw them finish top of Group C and book a last-16 meeting with Australia at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.Poland also qualified for the last 16 thanks to Saudi Arabias late goal against Mexico in the other game, and they also celebrated on the pitch at the final whistle. Lionel Messi (R) of Argentina kicks the ball during the Group C match between Poland and Argentina at the 2022 FIFA World Cup at Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar, Nov 30, 2022. (Photo: Xinhua)Lionel Messi saw a first-half penalty saved by the Polish keeper Wojciech Szczesny, but it didnt matter as the changes Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni made to his starting line-up made all the difference.Scaloni brought in young forward Alvarez and midfielder Enzo Fernandez into the team, with Alvarez scoring the second of the night and Fernandez giving Argentina control of midfield, while also moving the ball much more effectively than the dropped Guido Rodriguez.Robert Lewandowski led the Poland line, but was left isolated in attack as Poland produced virtually nothing in attack all game.With Fernandez directing Argentinas midfield, Poland quickly sat deep and Argentina were quickly in control, with Messi forcing a smart save from Szczesny in the 10th minute.Messi twice found left back Marcos Acuna in space as he opened up the pitch, but Acunas delivery was wasteful and Angel Di Maria soon joined him on the wing.Alvarez began to find space and saw one effort blocked, with Acuna drilling wide, while Szczesny pulled off another good save to deny the striker.He then tipped over a Di Maria corner and again denied Alvarez, but as the ball was looped back in and the keeper looked to palm it clear, he made light contact with Messi as he fell. After checking the VAR, the referee awarded Argentina a penalty, which seemed generous to say the least.Messi hit it hard to Szczesnys ...

Messi and Argentina advance at World Cup, beat Poland 2-0

Argentinas Lionel Messi smiles during the World Cup group C soccer match between Poland and Argentina at the Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022. (Photo: AP)Rest easy, soccer fans. Lionel Messi will grace the World Cup stage at least one more time.The Argentina great had a penalty saved but his team still beat Poland 2-0 Wednesday after second-half goals from Alexis Mac Allister and Julian Alvarez and advanced to the last 16.After opening the World Cup with a shocking 2-1 loss to Saudi Arabia in one of biggest upsets in the tournament’s history, Argentina wound up finishing in first place in Group C and will next play Australia — a surprise qualifier for the knockout stage.Messi rolls into Saturdays game suddenly in a strong position in likely his final World Cup.“Now another World Cup begins.” Messi said, "and hopefully we can continue to do what we did today.”As for Poland, it was ultimately a happy night, too, because the team went through as the groups second-place team — on goal difference ahead of Mexico — and will next play defending champion France.Messi ended up relieved after failing to score a penalty for the second straight World Cup. It was awarded after he was hit in the face by the flailing hand of Poland goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, who made amends by diving to his left to block Messi’s kick in the 39th minute.“I’m upset that I missed the penalty, but the team came back stronger after my error,” he said.A largely pro-Argentina crowd, waving flags and scarfs and beating drums behind both goals, had been sweeping Messi and his team along at the 44,000-seat Stadium 974 and they didnt stop after the penalty. Within seconds, a chant of “MESSI! MESSI!" immediately reverberated around the venue in a bid to keep their idol’s head high.And the roars were even louder at the start of the second half, first after Mac Allister’s goal — a scruffy finish from Nahuel Molinas cut-back from the right — in the first ...

Poland coach celebrates 'bittersweet' qualification for World Cup last 16

Polands Bartosz Bereszynski, right, is challenged by Argentinas Nahuel Molina during the World Cup group C soccer match between Poland and Argentina at the Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022. (Photo: AP)DOHA, Nov. 30 (Xinhua) -- Poland coach Czeslaw Michniewicz believes that his side deserve their place in the last 16 of the World Cup, despite a poor performance as they lost to Argentina 2-0 on Wednesday.Poland were never in the game against Argentina, who took the points and finished top of Group C with second-half goals from Alexis Mac Allister and Julian Alvarez. In the closing moments they were clinging on for their World Cup future as Argentina pressed for a third goal that would have knocked them out of the World Cup."We have worked hard and we got four points in the group, we knew the rules and we controlled the second half," said the Polish coach, whose side failed to have a shot on target all game."Lets enjoy it. We have not got into the next round for a very long time. Its wasnt nice football, but it is bittersweet for us."We got four points and we qualified. We won one game and drew another, so we have qualified. The result counts," he insisted.He had praise for goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, whose saves eventually mean Poland made it into the next round."Fortunately for us, Wojciech is in great shape," he admitted, adding his side had "lost the ball too easily. Argentina pressed hard up the pitch and gave us a lot of problems."

Senegal advances to last 16 at World Cup, beats Ecuador 2-1

Senegals Kalidou Koulibaly, right, celebrates with teammates scoring his sides second goal during the World Cup group A soccer match between Ecuador and Senegal, at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. (Photo: AP)Senegal captain Kalidou Koulibaly put his team into the last 16 of the World Cup by scoring the winner in a 2-1 victory over Ecuador on Tuesday.Koulibaly scored three minutes after Moises Caicedo had evened the score at one all.In a must-win match for the African champions, Senegal took the lead after a first-half penalty by Ismaila Sarr. Caicedo scored his goal in the 67th.At 1-1, Ecuador would have advanced from Group A and Senegal would have been eliminated.The Netherlands beat Qatar 2-0 in the other match to win the group. Senegal finished second while Ecuador and Qatar were eliminated.The last time the West Africans moved from the group stages was in 2002 when Senegal reached the Quarter Finals. On their way to that stage, they had eliminated defending champions France in the group stages.

Gareth Bale denies he will retire after 3-0 loss to England

Gareth Bale (C) of Wales looks on after the 3-0 loss to England in the FIFA World Cup game at Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium in Doha, Qatar, November 29, 2022. (Photo: CFP)Gareth Bale of Wales said he wont retire after the 3-0 loss to England in their final group game in the FIFA World Cup in Qatar on Tuesday and exit from the tournament.Bale only played the first half against England due to a hamstring injury, but he was in poor form even before being substituted as he touched the ball only seven times."I will keep going as long as I can and as long as I am wanted," Bale said. "We [Wales] go again in March."The qualification tournament for the UEFA European Championship in 2024 will begin on March 23, 2023. Bale wants to play for Wales in those competitions. The 33-year-old didnt produce many highlights in the World Cup – one of them should be the penalty kick he made against the USA in their first group game. That was the only goal of Wales and gave them the only point.Bale failed to play savior again in the teams 2-0 loss to Iran. He could still make some good passes, but already missed the speed and explosiveness to change the opponents defense by himself. Then in the competition against England, he was nearly invisible on the field.In fact, Bales performances like the above should have been foreseen by Wales based on his form in Major League Soccer (MLS). Since he joined Los Angeles FC in June, he hasnt played any full game for the club. However, he scored a late goal for them in extra time against Philadelphia Union in the MLS Cup. Los Angeles FC wouldnt have won this title in penalty shootout.Simply speaking, Bales role is a little special for any team he plays for. He is unable to contribute consistently but can generate a key highlight from time to time.Rob Page, manager of Wales, wants Bale back when they participate in the Euro 2024 qualifiers, starting with the first game against Croatia on March 25, 202...

Netherlands, Senegal, England, USA advance in 2022 World Cup

Marcus Rashford (C) of England celebrates after scoring their teams first goal against Wales during their World Cup Group B match in Doha, Qatar, November 29, 2022. (Photo: CFP)The Netherlands, Senegal, England and USA advanced to the knockout stage on a drama-filled 10th day of action at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar on Tuesday.England booked a last-16 tie against Senegal with a comfortable 3-0 win over Wales.Marcus Rashford opened the scoring in the 50th minute with a powerful free kick won by Phil Foden, before Foden himself added a second goal with a simple finish after a low cross from Harry Kane.Rashford scored his second of the night after a powerful run, cutting inside and beating goalkeeper Danny Ward with a low shot. As well as being Englands third goal of the game, it was their 100th goal in the World Cup finals.For Wales star Gareth Bale, whose career has scaled dazzling heights, it was an anti-climactic end to his first, and probably last World Cup."Its disappointing to go out but we will all walk out of that changing room with our heads held high proud of each other," he said. Also in Group B, Christian Pulisic fired the USA into the last 16 as the Americans downed Team Iran 1-0.Chelsea star Pulisic bundled home the games only goal on 38 minutes to set up a second-round clash with Group A winners the Netherlands later.Earlier in Group A, Ismaila Sarr and Kalidou Koulibaly scored either side of halftime as Senegal advanced beyond the group stage for the first time in 20 years with a 2-1 win over Ecuador.Sarr converted a penalty on the stroke of halftime but Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo put his side on level terms with a close-range finish in the 67th minute.Koulibaly wrested back the lead for Senegal by thumping home a first-time effort 20 minutes from time.The result means Senegal finish second in Group A with six points from three matches. Ecuador miss out on a place in the last 16, having finished two points further ...

World Cup: US defeat Iran 1-0, England down Wales

Christian Pulisic (#10) of the U.S. scores a goal against Iran during their World Cup match in Doha, Qatar, November 29, 2022. (Photo: CFP)Christian Pulisic fired the United States into the last 16 of the World Cup on Tuesday as the Americans downed Iran 1-0 in their winners-take-all match.Chelsea star Pulisic bundled home the games only goal on 38 minutes to set up a second-round clash with Group A winners the Netherlands later."The guys grinded, gave every single ounce and we are undefeated going into the next round," U.S. coach Gregg Berhalter said after the win.Pulisic left the field at half-time after sustaining a heavy knock while scoring his match-winning goal."I cant say enough positive things about Christian," Berhalter said. "With this new injury its stressful. I think I have less hair on my head now. But well take it and move on and go battle against Holland."Elsewhere on Tuesday, England marched into the last 16 as Group B winners after Marcus Rashfords double and a Phil Foden strike justified their first starts of the tournament in a 3-0 hammering of an outclassed Wales.Wales, who needed a four-goal victory in a fixture they had not won since 1984 to reach the knockout phase, defended deeply and frustrated Gareth Southgates side in a subdued first half at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium.But they caved in after the break as a rampant England, who will face Group A runners-up Senegal later, boosted their goals tally in the tournament to nine and fueled hopes of a deep run in Qatar, having reached the semifinals in 2018.The first-ever all-British clash at a World Cup lacked the drama many had envisaged when Wales sealed their place in Qatar by beating Ukraine in a playoff.For Wales star Gareth Bale, whose career has scaled dazzling heights, it was an anti-climactic end to his first, and probably last World Cup."To be at a World Cup, if youd asked us that two years ago, wed have all pinche...

USA beat Iran 1-0 to reach World Cup last 16

The USA beat Iran 1-0 to reach the last 16 of the World Cup on Tuesday thanks to a 38th minute goal from Christian Pulisic.The Americans will face Group A winners the Netherlands in the knockout phase.United States Weston McKennie (8) celebrates after teammate Christian Pulisic scoring a goal during the World Cup group B soccer match between Iran and the United States at the Al Thumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. (Photo: AP)

England beat Wales 3-0 to cruise into World Cup knockouts

England will face Senegal in the last 16 of the World Cup after beating Wales 3-0 to qualify as winners of Group B.Marcus Rashfords brace and another strike from Phil Foden gave England a comfortable win and ended Wales first World Cup campaign since 1958 at the group stage.Englands Marcus Rashford scores his sides first goal during the World Cup group B soccer match between England and Wales, at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan , Qatar, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. (Photo: AP)

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