Germany qualified for the 2022 World Cup after beating North Macedonia 4-0 on Monday to secure a place in Group J qualifiers with two games to go.
Two players in the second half of Timo Werner with one goal from Kai Havertz and Jamal Musiala managed to give Germany their fifth win in their fifth game under new coach Hansi Flick and lift them to 21 points, while Romania are in 13th place.
All the European champions win their own qualifiers in Qatar.
The Germans, who were knocked out of the first round of the 2018 World Cup and 16th in the Euro this year, had a first chance with the head of Thomas Mueller.
But, in their 2-1 win at home against Romania on Friday, the Germans missed a straightforward finish and finish, making few chances in the first half until Timo Werner hit the post with a low chance.
Germany, who were beaten 2-1 by North Macedonia at Duisburg in March, broke the 50th minute when Serge Gnabry shared a defense with Mueller’s winning ball and handed it to Havertz.
The shooter Werner then scored twice in three minutes, first drilling from another Mueller assistant in the 70e and then shooting home from 15 meters three minutes later.
One instead of Musiala completed the victory seven minutes before the end with his first international goal.
Group H: Croatia lost their place after the draw with Slovakia
Croatia fulfilled their hopes of competing in the 2022 World Cup after a 2-2 draw at home to Slovakia in their Group H match on Monday left them trailing Russia by two points in a two-team winning streak.
The Russians, who have 19 points from eight games, beat Slovenia 2-1 away to intervene for Croatia, who came from behind twice against the Slovakians and fired a goal after a VAR check.
Russia’s 2018 World Cup qualifiers have been confirmed as the third-placed Slovakia with 10 points and no place in the first team.
Winger Ivan Schranz led the Slovakians with a 20-minute lead as Andrej Kramaric looked just the same five minutes later and the visitors met Lukas Haraslin again.
Croatia captain Luka Modric made a 71st-minute kick-free kicker Nikola Vlasic was denied a win in the 83e when his foreign attempts failed to break.
Croatia will travel to Malta again while Slovakia host Slovenia and Russia host Cyprus on November 11.
Kieffer Moore’s first strike was enough to give Wales a 1-0 win over Estonia on Monday to secure a place in the Group E Test World Cup.
Wales got off to a good start with a 12-minute lead, Moore rushed home following a goalmouth rush from the corner.
When Wales got tired, it was just a rape instead of a minute, when the readers were about to replace Vlasiy Sinyavskiy, who was rejected and wisely saved from goal scorer Danny Ward.
The third-placed visitors survived some nervous minutes late to pass 11 points in the group, similar to the second Czech Republic, although Wales have two games remaining compared to the Czechs. Belgium is top with 16 points.