Germany vs. Norway: World Cup 2018 Qualifying Live Stream, PreviewMICHAL CIZEK/Getty ImagesGermany will be expected to continue their serene progress towards the 2018 FIFA World Cup on Monday, when they meet Norway at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Stuttgart. The world champions negotiated what was arguably the most difficult of their group matches on Friday, when a late goal from Mats Hummels saw them past the Czech Republic in Prague.
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m. (BST), 2:45 p. (ET)TV Info: Sky Sports Red Button (UK), ESPN3 (U. S. )Live Stream: Sky Go (UK), WatchESPN (U. )PreviewMICHAL CIZEK/Getty ImagesIn what looked like a potentially testing Group C, the world champions have made their seven matches seem decidedly straightforward so far. Indeed, their win in the Czech Republic was their seventh from seven matches, effectively cementing their place as the group winners; they need four points from fixtures against Norway, Northern Ireland and Azerbaijan to make absolutely sure of that.
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As noted by OptaFranz, it's been a long time since any side got the better of Germany in a FIFA World Cup qualifying match:OptaFranz @OptaFranz30 – @DFB_Team_EN have not lost any of the last 30 World Cup Qualifying games (25 Wins, 5 Draws). Invincible? #CZEGER https://t. co/bPig33sHCWStill, Low has been keen to ensure standards remain impeccably high for the world champions and was not happy with their effort against the Czech Republic.
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"We definitely cannot be happy with the way we played tonight, " said Low, per the team's official website (h/t PA Sport, via ESPN FC). "We won, and that's what counts, but we got lucky. "ROBERT MICHAEL/Getty ImagesWithin a workmanlike performance, there were some bright sparks. After a disappointing beginning to the season with his club, Mesut Ozil was back to pulling the strings for the national side; he played in Timo Werner after just four minutes, with the RB Leipzig man tucking away neatly from inside the area. Werner's goal continued his impressive start to life with the national team, and as noted by the Bundesliga's Alex Chaffer, he's pushed himself into regular contention with his displays:Alex Chaffer @AlexChafferTimo Werner is the best German striker right now. Per Squawka Football, his goal return for the national side as of late has been extremely impressive:Squawka Football @SquawkaTimo Werner has now scored 4 goals in his last 4 games for Germany. Slotting into the side comfortably.
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