Germany coach Joachim Low: Hard work starts after flawless campaign

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"We scored more than two, three goals in almost every match".

World Cup holders Germany have completed their flawless run with 10 wins from as many games in the qualifiers.

They won Group C with a 100 per cent record from their 10 games with a goal difference of plus 39, better than Spain's 10 victories and plus 23 goal difference from their campaign before the 2010 World Cup.

"We should remain grounded - there's still plenty to do", he said.

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"But at the World Cup next year it will be a completely different caliber of teams and we should stay grounded".

Paris Saint-Germain star Draxler played on the right wing in Germany's 3-1 win against Northern Ireland in Belfast on Thursday which confirmed the world champions' place at next year's World Cup in Russian Federation.

Mustafi's injury was the only blotch on another winning night for the world champions with qualification for Russian Federation already in the bag.

"It was hard at the start".

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Sandro Wagner should have doubled the lead on the half-hour mark but his casual effort was palmed onto the post by the keeper.

Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi limped out of Germany's World Cup qualifier against Azerbaijan on Sunday, with head coach Joachim Low suspecting a serious injury.

While Bayern Munich defender Niklas Suele went off earlier as a precaution, Loew says, "I think Mustafi has a muscle tear".

Goretzka scored his second of the match on 66 minutes as Liverpool's Emre Can added to the scoreline.

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