The Germans are still reigning over the FIFA World Cup Championships and are currently the favourites to defend their trophy in 2018. After they demolished San Marino, they now have consecutively won all 4 of their opening matches. So if we take a glance at their competition, you will see them doing precisely what England did several months ago in the 2016 Euros qualifying campaign, going forward unbeaten.
This win was Joachim Low’s 95th win as the coach of the German National Team after he took over for Jurgen Klinsmann in 2006. This made him the most successful German manager throughout history. The German National Team has had ten different managers since 1926, including Berti Vogts, Rudi Voller and Franz Beckenbauer.
With Germany’s four consecutive wins, it seems that it will be a straight punch between the Czech Republic and Northern Ireland for the playoff spot.
The Irish managed to defeat Azerbaijan by 4-0 at home, and the Czech team barely beat Norway in a 2-1 also at home.
France remains as the third favourite after defeating Sweden at the Stade de France. The game began with a minute of silence to honour the people who lost their lives one year ago on the same day.
The French team is currently three points clear of the Swedes in the top of A Group.