Stalemate in the sand
Spain players celebrate after Alvaro Morata scored the opening goal during their Fifa World Cup Group E match against Germany at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar, yesterday. (Photo: AP)

Spain players celebrate after Alvaro Morata scored the opening goal during their Fifa World Cup Group E match against Germany at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar, yesterday.

(Photo: AP)

Germany's Thilo Kehrer (left) and Spain's Ferran Torres get in a tangle while battling for the ball. (Photo: AP)
Qatari spectators hold photos of former German international Mesut Ozil in the stands as a retaliatory protest against Germany. The German team protested alleged human rights issues in Qatar by covering their mouths during their first game against Japan on Wednesday. (Photo: AP)
Morocco's Yahya Jabrane (top) celebrates with Abdelhamid Sabiri (11) after Sabiri scored a goal during their 2-0 win over Belgium in Group F of the Fifa World Cup at Al Thumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar, yesterday. (Photo: AP)
Morocco's Abdelhamid Sabiri celebrates the win with his parents. He scored the second goal of the game. (Photo: AP)
Morocco head coach Walid Regragui is overcome with emotion after the win. (Photo: AP)
Costa Rica's Keysher Fuller (left) celebrates his goal with teammate Brandon Aguilera in their 1-0 win over Japan in Group E at the Fifa World Cup at Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar, yesterday. (Photo: AP)
This Japan supporter, and others, stays after the game to clean up garbage left behind in the stadium. (Photo: AP)
Spain's Alvaro Morata celebrates scoring the opening goal. (Photo: AP)

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