England, Germany and Italy have started to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The matches against San Marino, Iceland and Northern Ireland respectively were won. Greece and coach John vant Ship created a big stunt: a point was caught visiting Spain.
Spain – Greece 1-1John vant Vessel has achieved an excellent result when visiting Spain with his Greece. With any luck, it managed to pull a tie out of the fire. The Italian referee Davide Massa played a major role in this. After Álvaro Morata put Spain in the first half, the arbitrator put the ball on the dot in the second half. A very heavy punishment, because Spain defender Iñigo Martínez played the ball first.
Anastasios Bakasetas didnt matter though: he rammed the ball from the dot behind Unai Simón. The Greeks finally managed to pull this position over the line by hanging and strangling.
Italy – Northern Ireland 2-0A solid Italy by coach Roberto Mancini has dealt with Northern Ireland in the first half. Domenico Berardi and Ciro Immobile provided a 2-0 intermediate position at rest, after which the foot went off the accelerator pedal in the second half. Northern Ireland even created some excellent opportunities to get back in the match, but Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma got in the way several times.
Germany – Iceland 3-0A solid start for Die Mannschaft at the World Cup qualification series. In the MSV arena of MSV Duisburg, 3-0 won the normally difficult to play Iceland. After seven minutes, there were already two hits in it. The hits of Leon Goretzka and Kai Havertz were allowed to be there: up to two times a tremendous attack by Germany was completed. In the second half Ilkay Gündogan decided the competition. He took his goal with him.
A sample score of the Germans in the making? 👀 Just after the opening hit of Goretzka, Havertz is already making 2-0 of it! 🎯 #ZiggoSport #WCQ #GERISL pic.twitter.com/tswsgzhlwm
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England – San Marino 5-0The damage was limited for San Marino visiting England. After half an hour of play, the scoreboard stood for The Three Lions with goals by James Ward-Prowse, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Raheem Sterling. In the second half England calmed down: after ninety minutes of playing there was a 5-0 final score on the scoreboard. Calvert-Lewin made his second of the evening, Aston Villa attacker Ollie Watkins scored on his debut.
Other outcomes: Sweden – Georgia 1-0Moldova – Faroe Islands 1-1Scotland – Austria 2-2Andorra – Albania 0-1Hungary – Poland 3-3Liechtenstein – Armenia 0-1Romania – North Macedonia 3-2