Germany’s goals were scored by Knabri (6 and 15), Marco Reyes (35), Timo Werner (45), Jonas Hoffman (52) and Karim Ademi (90 + 1).
After a 2-0 victory over Liechtenstein on Thursday, Manschaft added its Armenian opponent to the list of victims, but most importantly, took the lead from its hosts who topped the group before the start of the match.
The four-time world champions did not need much time to flex their muscles and were able to open the scoring after a superb shot past goalkeeper David Yurchenko (6).
It took nine minutes for Knobri to add his second personal goal as he was able to follow Reus’ ball into the goal (15).
The Germans’ attacking trajectory was remarkable and this time Reus scored the third goal after Werner’s (35) magnificent back pass.
In light of the complete surrender of the Armenian side, Werner joined the list of records after another very accurate attack, Joshua Kimmich sent a long ball to Leon Goretska, who passed it over his head to Werner, who easily headed for the goal (45).
The rhythm of the German machines did not slow down in the second half and the hosts were able to add two goals, so Hoffman scored the fifth goal seven minutes after the start of the second half (52).
In the first minute of extra time Adimi finished the goal festival with the sixth goal.
In the other two matches played in the same group, Iceland and Northern Macedonia were tied 2-2, while Romania beat Liechtenstein 2-0.
Under former coach Joachim Loew, the German team, which lost 2-1 in the qualifying round against North Macedonia, regained the top spot in the group with 12 points from 5 matches. Armenia slipped to second place with 10 points. Romania is in third place with nine points, followed by Macedonia in fourth (8), Iceland in fifth (4) and Liechtenstein in last place without points.
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