Danish footballers, as the second European team, reached the final of the World Cup.
In Tuesday’s match at home in the Group F qualifiers, they defeated Austria 1-0 with a goal by Joachim Mahle in the 53rd minute. In eight matches, they accumulated the full number of 24 points with a score of 27:0 and none of the opponents can keep them from the top of the table.
The Danes joined the Germans on the list of teams certain to participate in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. After a goalless first half, Copenhagen’s result was decided soon after changing sides.
Thomas Delaney hit the ball in the middle of the field, pulled it to the edge of the penalty area, avoided three opponents and passed Mahley, who scored the only goal of the match from the first ground shot to the post. This was enough for Denmark to win and seal the process, as they had yet to harvest in this qualifying round.
Only the winners from the groups will be awarded the World Championships directly, and the teams in second place will fight in the playoffs. Portugal, who beat Luxembourg at home with a score of 5:0, will end up no worse than finishing second in Group A.
Right at the start of the duel, Cristiano Ronaldo reached the age of 11, and expanded his record range to 115 goals in the national team shirt, when he completed a hat-trick at the end of the usual playing time. Portugal will compete for promotion with leaders Serbia, who defeated Azerbaijan 3:1 in the first leg and leads by a point.
England did not seize the opportunity to secure a place in the top two as Group A leader. At Wembley in London, he only drew 1:1 with Hungary after John Stones hit back eleventh guest Roland Sally at half-time.
The fighting in Tirana stopped for a few minutes at the end. After the pioneering intervention of the visitor Karol Swidersky, the Poles were covered by the home fans with glasses and the two teams left in the dressing rooms, but after a while the duel ended.
Serbia-Azerbaijan 3:1 (1:1)
Objectives: 30. f 53. Vlahovic (from 11 AD), 83. Tadic (from 11 AD) – 45. + 2 Mashmodov
Portugal – Luxembourg 5:0 (3:0)
Objectives: 8., 13. to 87. Ronaldo (prvé dva z 11 m), 18. Fernandez, 69. Palhinha
Sweden – Greece 2: 0 (0: 0)
Objectives: 59. Forsberg (from 11 AD), 69. Isaac. RC: 86. Hatzidiakos (Greece) after the second RC
Kosovo – Georgia 1: 2 (1: 1)
Objectives: 45. Muriqi (from 11 AD) – 11. Okryashvili, 82. Davitashvili
Lithuania-Switzerland 0:4 (0:3)
Objectives: 31. and 45. Embolo, 42. Stephen, 90. +4 Javranowicz
Bulgaria – Northern Ireland 2:1 (0:1)
Objectives: 53. A 63. Nedelev – 35. Washington
Kazakhstan – Finland 0:2 (0:1)
Objectives: 45. A 48. Bucky
Ukraine – Bosnia and Herzegovina 1: 1 (1: 0)
Objectives: 15. Yarmolenko – 77. Ahmet Hodzic
Israel – Moldova 2:1 (1:0)
Objectives: 28. Zahavi, 49. Wasp – 90. + 5 Nicolaescu. Red Cross: 85. Reabciuk (Moldova) after the second Red Cross
Faroe Islands – Scotland 0:1 (0:0)
Goal: 86. Dams
Denmark – Austria 1: 0 (0: 0)
Goal: 53. Mahli
The first group:
San Marino – Andorra 0:3 (0:1)
Objectives: 10. Pujol, 53. Moreno, 89. Petrio
England – Hungary 1:1 (1:1)
Objectives: 37. Stones – 24. Salai (z 11 m)
Albania-Poland 0:1 (0:0)
Goal: 77. Swederski
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