Spain chokes in tough Sweden, European champion Italy doesnt win either

Sweden has caused a tremendous sensation in Group B of the World Cup qualification. The Scandinavians won in their own 2-1 stadium from Spain and take the lead of their pool without any loss of points.
Sweden – Spain 2-1The first six minutes of the game at the Friends Arena in Solna were crazy. Carlos Soler opened the score early on behalf of La Roja, but less than a minute later Alexander Isak had already taken care of the equalizer. The Swedes then did what they are good at: frustrating the game and giving away little chances.

Its 1-1 already! Right from the kick off, Sweden makes the same 🤯 Alexander Isak shoots in hard and pure against the country where he plays 🎯 #ZiggoSport #SWESPA #WCQ2022
— Ziggo Sports Football (@ZS_Voetbal) September 2, 2021

In the second half they even got ahead. Viktor Claesson made it 2-1, making the task even more difficult for the plodding Spain. In the final phase, the team of national coach Luis Enrique was still on, but an equalizer did not fall. As a result, Sweden is the flawless front runner of pool B with nine out of three, while Spain is still second. They have seven points out of four games.
Italy – Bulgaria 1-1The brand new European champion played his first game since the Wembley final won against Bulgaria and they clearly had not come to Florence to serve as an extra on a party night. Led by referee Serdar Gözübüyük, they gave the Squadra Azzurra an awkward evening, even when Federico Chiesa opened the score after sixteen minutes.
For rest, Atanas Iliev gave the puny Ascoli, spicy enough active in the Italian Serie B, for the equalizer. In the second half, there was no change in the booth, so the Bulgarians took home a hard-fought point. In the position of Group C, it doesn
t really help them yet, because with one point, Bulgaria is ranked four in the two-point group. Italy remains the convincing front runner with ten out of four.

Italy is asleep: Bulgaria makes 1-1 😵 Kiril Despodov is the end station of a good attack 👏🏻 #ZiggoSport #ITABUL #WCQ2022
— Ziggo Sports Football (@ZS_Voetbal) September 2, 2021

Liechtenstein – Germany 0-2Die Mannschaft had surprisingly trouble with football dwarf Liechtenstein. Timo Werner only took care of 0-1 for rest and even after that goal, it wasnt much easier for Die Mannschaft, who played their first match under new coach Hansi Flick. A quarter of an hour before Leroy Sané decided the game and 0-2 remained as well. Those three points take Germany to place two in the group behind surprising Armenia.
Estonia – Belgium 2-5After two minutes, a stunt of the best thing seemed to be in Tallinn. Mattias Kait put Estonia at 1-0 against The Red Devils and it took a while to get those from the blow. Once that happened, the throttle did open: Romelu Lukaku scored twice and Hans Vanaken, Axel Witsel and Thomas Foket did once each. In the final phase, tourist striker Erik Sorga did a little back, and with that 2-5 was the final score.
Hungary — England 0-4The Three Lions, losing EC-finalist in July, needed a long time to overcome the Hungarian Wall. In the sold out Puskás Aréna, they had to work hard for it, but when Raheem Sterling caused 0-1 in the 55th minute, the spell was broken. Harry Kane, Harry Maguire and Declan Rice expanded the stand to 0-4, making the English with twelve points out of four games still clear in group I.

Raheem Sterling breaks the spell! 💥 The English outsider then has a nice message for a deceased known 🙏🏻 #ZiggoSport #WCQ2022 #HUNENG
— Ziggo Sports Football (@ZS_Voetbal) September 2, 2021

Other Resolts:Georgia – Kosovo 0-1Andorra – San Marino 2-0Czech Republic – Belarus 1-0Iceland – Romania 0-2Lithuania – Northern Ireland 1-4North Macedonia – Armenia 0-0Poland – Albania 4-1