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Germany qualified for the quarter-finals of the World Cup after defeating Nigeria 3-0 on Saturday (June 22, 2019) in the last 16 of the tournament.

Germany's Alexandra Bob made it 2-0 in the 27th minute and Sara Daeberzitz added a second goal in the 27th minute with a penalty kick before Lea Scholler sealed the scoring in the 82nd minute.

The German team qualified for this role after the second group with nine points, while the Nigerian team advanced to this role after finishing third in Group A with three points, as one of the top four teams ranked third.

The start of the match was the average level and soon the German dominated the course of the game and started to attack the goal of the Nigerian team, who retreated to his home to keep the net clean with a counterattack.

Despite Nigeria's offensive attempts, they failed to find a gap in Germany's defense to limit their playing in midfield. The game remained confined to the center of the field until the 82nd minute, which saw the third goal of the German team when Halimato Ayende missed the ball to reach Leah Schuller in the penalty area of ​​the Nigerian team to throw a strong ball into the goal.

H / H / AAH (dpa)

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