France share again in Ukraine, Netherlands ace against Montenegro – International Football

France share again in Ukraine, Netherlands ace against Montenegro - International Football

Seven matches took place on Saturday evening as part of the fifth day of qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. In Group D, France could not do better than Ukraine 1-1. For their part, the Netherlands also earned three points in their 4–0 clash against Montenegro, notably thanks to a brace from Memphis Depay.

France were looking to get off on the right foot at the recent Euro 2020 quarter-finalists Ukraine, after giving a 1-1 away at home against Bosnia-Herzegovina. The world champions had to be satisfied with the new 1–1 split after Anthony. Marshall scored the goal (50th) in the 44th minute in response to Mykola Shaparenko’s first goal.

In the general classification of Group D, with nine points, France widened the gap over the Finns, who have five units but are two games short. Ukrainians also follow with five units, but in five games.

In Group F, Israel made short work of Austria in a 5–2 home win. The Israeli goals were scored by Manor Solomon (5th), Munas Dabbar (20th), Eran Jahavi (33rd, 90+1) and Shaun Weisman (59th). The Austrians reduced the score before half-time through Christoph Baumgartner (42nd), with Marko Arnatovic keeping hope low in the 55th minute. .

For their part, the Scots even outperformed Moldova through the achievement of Lyndon Dykes (14th).

The group’s third meeting was between the Faroe Islands and Denmark. The leader of the group before this fifth day, the Danes took a 0–1 lead at the end of the game (85th) thanks to a goal from Jonas Wind.

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With 5 wins from 5 matches, the Danes are well ahead of Group F, five points ahead of Israel and seven points ahead of Scotland.

Forced to win after Norway’s victory earlier in the afternoon, the Dutch responded in Group G on their lawn against Montenegro. Memphis Depay (38th, 62nd), Georginio Wijnaldum (70th) and Cody Gakpo (76th) allowed Louis van Gaal’s forces to score three valuable points in the fight for first place.

The Tour of Gibraltar, Turkey fully intends to take back control of Group G at the end of 90 minutes. Long silent, the Turks would unlock the scorer through Ibrahim Darvisoglu in the 54th minute, before Hakan Kalhanoglu doubled the stake ten minutes later (65th). Kenan Karman will give the score his final pace (83rd) by making 0-3.

Three teams stand shoulder to shoulder at the top of this Group G after five matches. The Turks lead the dance with eleven points, just ahead of the Netherlands and Norway with ten points.

Croatia had to win over Slovakia to maintain contact with Russia in Group H. Croatia had to wait until the end of the game before thanking Marcelo Brozovic, the author of the only goal of the match (86th).

In Group H, Russia is in the first place with Croatia with 10 points. Slovenia and Slovakia are followed with seven and six units respectively.

France were looking to get off on the right foot at the recent Euro 2020 quarter-finalists Ukraine, after giving a 1-1 away at home against Bosnia-Herzegovina. The world champions had to be satisfied with the new 1–1 split after Anthony. Marshall scored the goal (50th) in the 44th minute in response to Mykola Shaparenko’s first goal. In the general classification of Group D, with nine points, France widened the gap over the Finns, who have five units but are two games short. Ukrainians also follow with five units, but in five games. In Group F, Israel made short work of Austria in a 5–2 home win. The Israeli goals were scored by Manor Solomon (5th), Munas Dabbar (20th), Eran Jahavi (33rd, 90+1) and Shaun Weisman (59th). The Austrians reduced the score before half-time through Christoph Baumgartner (42nd), with Marko Arnatovic keeping hope low in the 55th minute. . For their part, the Scots even outperformed Moldova through the achievement of Lyndon Dykes (14th). The group’s third meeting was between the Faroe Islands and Denmark. The leader of the group before this fifth day, the Danes took a 0–1 lead at the end of the game (85th) thanks to a goal from Jonas Wind. With 5 wins from 5 matches, the Danes are well ahead of Group F, five points ahead of Israel and seven points ahead of Scotland. Forced to win after Norway’s victory earlier in the afternoon, the Dutch responded in Group G on their lawn against Montenegro. Memphis Depay (38th, 62nd), Georginio Wijnaldum (70th) and Cody Gakpo (76th) allowed Louis van Gaal’s forces to score three valuable points in the fight for first place. The Tour of Gibraltar, Turkey fully intends to take back control of Group G at the end of 90 minutes. Long silent, the Turks would unlock the scorer through Ibrahim Darvisoglu in the 54th minute, before Hakan Kalhanoglu doubled the stake ten minutes later (65th). Kenan Karman will give the score his final pace (83rd) by making 0-3. Three teams stand shoulder to shoulder at the top of this Group G after five matches. The Turks lead the dance with eleven points, just ahead of the Netherlands and Norway with ten points. Croatia had to win over Slovakia to maintain contact with Russia in Group H. Croatia had to wait until the end of the game before thanking Marcelo Brozovic, the author of the only goal of the match (86th). In Group H, Russia is in the first place with Croatia with 10 points. Slovenia and Slovakia are followed with seven and six units respectively.

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