EM semi-final Denmark became the second team to buy tickets for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Coach Caspar Hullmond’s team advanced to the World Cup final for the second time in a row, celebrating their eighth zero victory in a 1-0 (0-0) victory over Austria. Previously, only Germany qualified for Qatar on a sporting basis.
Joachim Muhle (53rd) scored in Copenhagen for the Dance Team, the only European team they have not yet scored. Youssef Paulson (RB Leipzig) was in the starting line-up as opposed to Jacob Brown Larson (TSG Hoffenheim).
For Austria, on the other hand, the last hope of a play-off spot has failed, and for coach Franco Foda, who is already under criticism, things should be tighter now. Austria still has a chance to participate in the World Cup through the League of Nations.
Sweden at World Cup: More leaders ahead of Spain
Leipzig Bundesliga professional Emil Forsberg leads Sweden’s national football team to fifth victory in the sixth World Cup qualifier. The Scandinavians beat Greece 2-0 (0-0), two points ahead of top-placed Spain in Group B. Forsberg held the hosts (58th) with his converted penalty.
Sweden has at least one spot for the play-offs. The Greeks in third place are already six points behind and have a significantly worse goal difference.
Former Dortmund’s Alexander Isaac (69th) scored the second goal. Shortly before the end, German referee Tobias Styler sent Greece’s Pontellis Chadziacos yellow-red (88th).
On the last day of the tournament on November 14, the leading teams will face off in a live fight in Spain. The first comparison was won by Sweden 2: 1 (1: 1).
Ronaldo hits three-pack break in Albania
Portugal football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has expanded his ideal goal for national teams – in the usual style. In his team’s 5-0 (3-0) victory in the World Cup qualifiers, CR7 scored twice from the penalty spot (8th, 13th) against a barely backward Luxembourg team and his three-pack was perfect with a header from close range (87th). The scorer has now scored 115 international goals in 182 games. It was only on Saturday that Ronaldo became Europe’s record international and surpassed Sergio Ramos (Spain).
Luxembourg Ronaldo’s favorite opponent: The 36 – year – old has never met any other country in his international career (9). With this victory, the Portuguese have at least finished second in the play-offs to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
England only drew against Hungary – confusion in the stands
England missed the opening leap to the World Cup. The European runner-up did not score more than 1: 1 (1: 1) against Hungary at Wembley Stadium in London. The game was covered shortly after the riot began at stands between Hungarian thugs and police.
The guests took the lead through a penalty kick by Roland Salloy (24th) from Freiburg, while Manchester City defender John Stones (37th) equalized in the first half. With a high percentage of possession, but with some excellent chances, the Three Lions ran into the episode, but RB keeper Peter Gulachi was not embarrassed.
England are now top of the table with 20 points, while Hungary have only theoretical chances of a play-off despite a surprise point win with eleven points.
The London Police took special security precautions in advance to prevent problems with bad Hungarian fans – in vain. Before the start, guest supporters cheered as the England national team fell to its knees and presented a banner in protest. During the first match in September, Hungarian fans were outraged when English players were racially insulted.
The game was interrupted in Albania against Poland
In the second Group I match between Albania and Poland, the spectators caused an incident due to their misconduct. After the 1-0 victory of Polish striker Carol Svitersky (77th), the guests around world footballer Robert Lewandowski were attacked by various objects by Albanian fans. Among other things, the soldiers were attacked with bottles and lighters.
Referee Clement Durbin (France) then interrupted the game and resumed 20 minutes later. There were no other incidents on the pitch for the rest of the season. With the triple, Poland (17 points) advanced to second place behind Albania (15).
Andorra celebrates the highest success in international history
Football dwarf Andorra celebrated the biggest success in its international history. The 156th ranked FIFA World Cup winner has won the World Cup qualifier 3-0 (1-0) in San Marino on Tuesday. Andorra has won 4-0 4-0 times in its history, including the first leg against San Marino.
Ricardo Fernandez scored the only record of 3-0 in the 89th minute. The blatant loser has never scored six points in qualifying for the World Cup. San Marino is currently ranked 210th in the world.
Timu Buki also made a name for himself in the history books: he scored his No. 32 and 33 (45th / 47th) 2-0 (1-0) against Kazakhstan in the former Schalke national jersey and converted the Finnish record scorer Jori Litman. . With eight points, Finland is behind France (12) in Group G with Ukraine.
World Cup Qualification: Tuesday Results
|House||Guest||As a result|
|Bulgaria||Northern Ireland||2: 1|
|Faroe Islands||Scotland||0: 1|
|San Marino||Andorra||0: 3|
|Ukraine||Bosnia and Herzegovina||1: 1|
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