Germany national football team crashed out of the FIFA World Cup 2022 at the group stage itself. It clearly was not a FIFA World Cup campaign Germany will be proud of.
But they will get a timely reminder of their disappointing Qatar World Cup 2022 campaign when Amazon releases their ‘All or Nothing’ series that focuses on Germany’s build-up to the FIFA World Cup 2022 and their campaign at the tournament.
It was reported back in September that Amazon has chosen Germany to be the subject of their next ‘All or Nothing’ series. The six-part series, which follows Germany’s preparations for FIFA World Cup 2022, is due to be released in Spring 2023.
According to Daily Mail, the six-part series will begin after their group stage elimination at Russia 2018. While Germany may have hoped it will end with them lifting a fifth World Cup title, their campaign eventually came to a disappointing end at the group stage itself.
Germany’s FIFA World Cup 2022 Campaign Filmed By Amazon For ‘All or Nothing’ Documentary
Germany kicked off their Qatar World Cup 2022 campaign with a shock 2-1 defeat to Japan. Against Japan, Germany took the lead in the 33rd minute through a penalty scored by Ilkay Gundogan. However, Japan scored in the 75th and 83rd minutes to turn the game on its head and earn all three points.
They followed that up with a 1-1 draw with Spain in a clash of European heavyweights. In Germany vs Spain fixture, the latter took the lead through Alvaro Morata in the 62nd minute of the match.
However, Die Mannschaft equalized through Niclas Füllkrug in the 83rd minute to earn a point from the fixture.
Germany headed into their third group stage fixture knowing it was a must-win game. They found themselves trailing the game 2-1 when Costa Rica scored their second goal of the match in the 70th minute. However, they sealed a comeback to earn all three points.
They secured a 4-2 win over Costa Rica but it was not enough for them to seal their place in the round-of-16.
Japan stunned Spain in another fixture that kicked off at the same time as Germany vs Costa Rica to top the Group E points table. The result of those matches left Japan top of the points table with six points from three matches.
Spain came second with four points from three matches. Germany also had four points, but Spain took the second position courtesy of a superior goal difference.