Fans all say the same thing as Germany prepare to release All or Nothing documentary on shocking World Cup campaign

TV BLOOPERS GERMANY’S World Cup campaign in Qatar will be made into an Amazon All or Nothing documentary.

But football fans have joked cameras won’t have filmed enough for a full six-part series after their embarrassing group stage exit.

Germany failed to make the World Cup knockouts for a second successive tournament

Their campaign is being made into an Amazon All or Nothing documentary
Hansi Flick’s side have failed to make the World Cup knockout rounds for a second consecutive tournament.

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After a shock loss to Japan, a draw against Spain and a win over Costa Rica weren’t enough to send Germany through.

It was revealed in September that Amazon cameras would be given access all areas to their campaign in Qatar.

The four-time winners were aiming to bounce back from a disappointing campaign in Russia four years ago.

But instead of a record equalling fifth triumph, Die Mannschaft are heading home early again.

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And fans have been quick to joke about the documentary, which is set to be released in Spring 2023.

One wrote on Twitter: “Wait I swear Germany were doing an all or nothing documentary about their World Cup journey… awks.”

Another joked: “That Germany All or Nothing Documentary on @PrimeVideo will be the shortest ever.”

A third quipped: “Went from series to ‘limited series’ v quick.”

And a fourth added: “They should just call it Nothing.”

Japan surprisingly topped the ‘Group of Death’ ahead of Spain in second, with Germany third and Costa Rica fourth.

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A highly controversial goal in Japan’s shock 2-1 win over Spain sent the Germans packing.

Fifa today released goal line footage that proved Kaoru Mitoma DID keep the ball in play for Ao Tanaka’s winner, despite many angles appearing to suggest it went off the field.

Germany were knocked out after Japan beat Spain 2-1