Early wins for Italy, Germany and England – Ibrahimovic is back

Early wins for Italy, Germany and England - Ibrahimovic is back
Ciro Immobile was able to join the scorer against Northern Ireland.


Swiss group rival Italy started with a 2–0 win against Northern Ireland in the World Cup qualification. Germany and England also won their opening matches. Greece Button Spain a draw.

In the 23rd game without defeat, the Italians defeated Sasuolo striker Domenico Berardi Northern Ireland’s poor-placed goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell from a tight angle in the 14th minute, led by coach Roberto Mancini. Also with a shot from the right side of the penalty area by Ciro Imobil did not seem unstable 2-0 before the break and a quick switch came after the game.

With wins in Bulgaria (Sunday) and Lithuania (Wednesday), the Italians, who have been unbeaten since September 2018, will be able to consolidate their preferred positions in the Swiss group over the next few days. The first duel against Switzerland will take place on 5 September, the second on 12 November.

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Joachim Low’s farewell tour began with a 3–0 win against Iceland following his announced resignation in the summer. When Italy beat Northern Ireland 1–0, Germany took the lead with two lengths in the first game after 0: 6 against Spain at the end of the unsuccessful year 2020. Leon Goretzka met in Duisburg in the first seven minutes after preliminary work by Kimmich and Leroy Sane in conjunction with Bayern teammates Joshua Kimich and Serge Gnabry and Kai Havert. After the break, Ilkay Gundogan surged from afar.

While England started off easy to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, with a 5–0 win against San Marino, England’s first challenger Poland in Hungary struggled 3: 3 after two defeats. Robert Lewandowski scored at least one point in the 83rd minute in the first game under Basel’s former coach Paulo Sousa.

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Ibrahimovic reports back with a paragraph template

In Solna, Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrated a successful return to the Swedish national team five years after his resignation. The 39-year-old striker scored for Victor Claasen’s winning goal in the 35th minute of a 1-0 win against Georgia. Greece shocked Spain by bringing it 1–1.


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