Match by match, the panic of 36-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo continues in the counters. The five-time Ballon d’Or offered a short treble (two goals from a penalty in ten minutes and a header at the end of the match) against Luxembourg during the 2022 World Cup qualifiers for a pleasant Portuguese ride (5-0) . . i.e. 182 selections have target n° 113, 114 and 115. The Manchester United Red Devils striker is just six short units away from 800 career goals.
The Selçao skipper isn’t the only one who has struck several times under the doubles mark in qualifying evenings. Vlahovic’s two goals allowed Serbia to dominate Azerbaijan (3–1) and keep the Group A lead ahead of Portugal.
In Group C, Ambolo’s two goals helped Switzerland easily win Lithuania (4–0), while Nedelev also scored twice as Northern Ireland beat Bulgaria (2–0).
In Group D of the French team, Pukki also saw a double to win over Finland to Kazakhstan (2–0) and placed his selection back in third place, one point behind Ukraine (1–1 against Bosnia-Herzegovina). forced to draw) ) with one game less. This end result served the Blues’ interests in a very favorable position even before this meeting. France will be able to validate their qualification against Kazakhstan at the Stade de France from 13 November (8:45 am) before the end of the group matches, if they win or if they draw and there is no winner between Bosnia and Finland. Not there.
In Group F, Denmark needed only one small goal, to settle Austria (1–0) and continue their clear round against Scotland (eight wins in as many games, 27 goals scored and 0 conceded). What was needed were winners in the difficult Faroe Islands (1–0) and Israel, which settled Moldova (2–1). The Dane is already eligible for a trip to Qatar at the end of 2022.
In Group I, the British did not show a spark against Hungary (1-1). Most of the lightning came from the stand, with a brief scuffle between Hungarian supporters and English police in the stands of Wembley Stadium.
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London Police reported on their Twitter account that police officers broke into the stands of supporters arriving to arrest a fan accused of “serious public disorder” who had made racist insults against a steward.
According to television footage, beatings were exchanged, with police using batons to repel the most violent elements, while most of the Hungarian fans were only interested in the game.
The first leg, which England won 4–0 in September, was marked by racist cries from part of the Hungarian public in Budapest. Despite this wrong move, the English are three points ahead of Poland (1–0 in Albania).
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