The German national team after changing coaches have gone back to their ruthless days where a goal is never enough for a win.
The world cup qualifier has aided Hansi Flick put his team together after recording 24 points and scoring 29 goals in 9 games.
Germany faces Liechtenstein for their ninth world cup qualifier at the Volkswagen Arena and it was nothing but class. Liechtenstein player Jens Hofer was walked off the field after been shown a straight red card with a high foot stamping on Leon Goretzka.
Three (3) minutes after the visitors were reduced by a man, Manchester City players IIkay Gundogan opened the scoring from the spot kick for Germany.
With the pressure continually pilling on the visitors, Daniel Kaufmann netted an own goal to put Germany in a 2-0 lead.
Redefined Leroy Sane and Marco Reus added the third and forth goals in the 22nd and 23rd minutes respectively. The first half ended with the Die Nationalmannschaft of Germany ended the first half with a 4-0 goal lead with all other statistics in their favour.
The second half started the same as it took Leroy Sane four (4) minutes into the second half to add his second for the night and fifth (5th) for Germany. Thomas Muller who was rather quiet on the night got his goal in the 76′ as Ridle Baku added the seventh (7th) goal four minutes after Muller.
It was a goal bath with Liechtenstein finding no room to rest nor how to stop the ruthlessness of the German team.
With Germany possessing 73% of play, Liechtenstein had little to do than to watch their team been dismantled by a Hansi Flick who is never smiles irrespective of the goals his team scores.
Thomas Muller in the 86th minute found the back of the net again to record his brace and 8th goal for Germany as a late own goal by Maximilian Goppel shot the Germans into a 9-0 lead.