Denmark won the ticket, Ronaldo scored a hat-trick

Denmark won the ticket, Ronaldo scored a hat-trick

Like Germany on Monday, Denmark won its ticket to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar this Tuesday evening by defeating Austria (1-0). In other qualifying matches in the Europe region, England beat Hungary (1–1), Ronaldo scored a hat-trick in Portugal–Luxembourg (5–0), and Sweden beat Greece (2–0) to overtake Spain.

After Qatar, the host country and Germany, we know that the third qualifies for the 2022 World Cup: it is … Denmark. Irresistible since the start of the qualifiers (27 goals scored, 0 conceded), the Scandinavian selection continued its impeccable performance this Tuesday evening, beating Austria in Copenhagen with a goal from Joachim Mahle in the second period (1-0). Thank you.

With this success, his compatriot Christian Eriksson is now seven points ahead of Scotland, for the eighth in eight days, and can no longer be caught. They will play their second consecutive World Cup after elimination in the round of 16 of the 2018 edition.

England stalls at Wembley

The World Cup, England is not far from it, but they have to finish the job next month. Slightly cooled by Sallai’s penalty at the start of the match, the Three Lions managed to equalize against Hungary with a goal from the Stones (1–1), but were unable to win in a meeting marked by clashes between Hungarian supporters and the police. are. in the stands.

Gareth Southgate’s men have three points ahead of Poland this Tuesday evening (who won 1-0 in Albania despite an interruption), to play two last games against Albania, right, and San Marino. Suffice it to say that merit has extended its arms to them.

See also  Rugby Six Nations: All Results at a Glance

Ronaldo corrects figures with Portugal

Against Luxembourg, Portugal very quickly scored three points in the farro (5–0), as they were already 3–0 ahead in the 17th minute of the game, after a goal from Bruno Fernandes and notably two penalties. was going on. The infallible Cristiano Ronaldo, who cements the match after his position as the top scorer in national history. Especially since the five-time Golden Ball went there with his third goal at the end of the game.

Nevertheless, Portugal are still in second place in Group A, at the same time that Serbia kept their small talk by beating Azerbaijan (3–1). But the Serbs have another match, which means that CR7 and his men are still the masters of their own destiny.

Sweden puts pressure on Spain, and Switzerland puts pressure on Italy

In Group D, of the Blues, Ukraine did not manage to get rid of Bosnia despite an early score from Yermolenko (1–1), and are therefore three points behind France, with one match less. A distinction that Spain no longer holds in a critical position.

La Rosa has indeed seen Sweden steal the head of Group B by defeating Greece (2-0), and it is now two days behind the end. Suffice it to say that the Spain-Sweden poster on November 14 could be an exciting final.

In the same vein, Switzerland returned to Italy in Group C, easily dominating Lithuania (4–0). La Nazionale is still the leader, but only on goal difference (+11 against +9). Otherwise, in the poster among the petit pockets of Group I, we will note Andorra’s victory at the arena of Saint-Matin (3-0).

See also  The Best FIFA Football Awards ™ - News - Wear measures and hits

Tuesday night results in Europe:

Portugal 5-0 Luxembourg
Serbia 3-1 Azerbaijan
Sweden 2-0 Greece
Kosovo 1-2 Georgia
Lithuania 0-4 Switzerland
Bulgaria 2-1 Northern Ireland
Kazakhstan 0-2 Finland
Ukraine 1-1 Bosni
Israel 2-1 Moldova
Denmark 1-0 Austria
Faroe Islands 0-1 Scotland
England 1-1 Hungary
San Marino 0-3 Andorra
Albania 0-1 Poland

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here