Tickets for Qatar almost fixed: England and Denmark will suffer

Tickets for Qatar almost fixed: England and Denmark will suffer

tickets to Qatar almost certainly
England and Denmark keep each other harmless

England could hardly take part in the World Cup. As expected, the Three Lions win high in Andorra. Denmark defended their perfect record in Group F and now have 21 points from seven matches.

England and Denmark march safely to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The Three Lions won 5:0 (2:0) in Andorra on Saturday evening, with Denmark losing 4:0 (4:0) in the Republic of Moldova. Sweden and Switzerland meanwhile set the course for the play-offs, with Poland and Austria also solving their mandated tasks.

Ben Chilwell (17th), Bukayo Saka (40th), Tammy Abraham (59th), James Ward-Prause (79th) and Jack Grealish (86th) left no doubt that European Championship finalists would qualify for England Will. In Qatar in winter 2022. The game was led by a female referee team – for the first time in the history of the England national team. The 1966 world champions dominated Qualification Group I with 19 points from seven matches, ahead of Albania (15 points), which won 1–0 (0–0) in Hungary. Poland (14) is third with world footballer Robert Lewandowski after a 5–0 (2–0) match against San Marino.

Denmark holds the perfect record in Group F with 21 points and 26-0 goals from seven matches. The European Championship semifinalists have already secured the play-offs, with Scotland seven points behind, three game days left, Israel and Austria eleven. The Scots won against the Israelis with a 3:2 (1:2), Scott McTominay (90+4) rocking Glasgow Hampden Park late on. After two recent losses, Austria won 2–0 (1–0) in the Faroe Islands and maintained the ties. Coach Franco Foda needs to be out of the line of fire for the time being.

Serbia sits at the top of the table

Switzerland took a big step towards the play-offs. The Swiss won 2–0 (1–0) against the third-placed Northern Irish, thus extending their lead to six points. Top of the table in Group C is European champions Italy (14), who, however, have one game more than Switzerland (11).

Sweden won 3–0 (1–0) against Kosovo in Group B and took their second place in the table. Emil Forsberg (29th) brought up the hosts with a hand penalty on Siegerstrae, with former Dortmund Alexander Isaacs (62nd) and former Mainz Robin Quaisson (79th) increasing in the second half. Thanks to Greece’s 2–0 (0–0) success against Georgia with national coach Willy Sagnol, Sweden’s gadfly is still in third place.

Meanwhile, in Group A, Serbia has moved up to the top of the table. In Luxembourg, the team, along with Frankfurt’s Philipp Kostik, scored 1–0 (0–0) to overtake Portugal (13) with 14 points, however, with one game to go.

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