Today’s matches of the European Qualifiers

The European Qualifiers they met this Wednesday with the development of their sixth qualifying date for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, on a day that had wins for Germany, Spain, Belgium and Italy, the last European Championship champion, who extended his unbeaten streak of matches to 37 by beating Lithuania 5-0.

Roberto Mancini’s team, leader of his area with 14 points, confirmed his good moment, was lethal and took advantage of Lithuania’s mistakes, who marches last without units, representative who was converted by Moise Kean (twice), Edgaras Utkus (against), Giacomo Raspadori and Giovanni Di Lorenzo.

La Azzurra continues to add for a figure that is already a historical record: when they drew last Sunday against Switzerland (0-0), he broke the 35-game undefeated mark held by Spain (2007-2009) and Brazil (1993-1995). With the triumph of this Wednesday at the Mapei stadium in Reggio Emilia, the selected four-time world champion (1934, 1938, 1982 and 2006) accumulates 29 wins and 8 draws, all with Mancini as coach, who also led him in the last defeat: September 10, 2018 against Portugal 1-0, in the League of Nations in Europe.

Spain, with goals from Pablo Fornals and Fernando Torres, obtained another important triumph with the 2-0 against Kosovo, on the road, which allowed them to gain more of an advantage over Sweden in Group B. The Swedes, who owe two games, were four behind the top with a 2-1 loss to Greece in Athens.

Belgium, meanwhile, continued their successful run in Group E with a 1-0 away win over Belarus with a goal from midfielder Dennis Praet. In another of the outstanding results of the day, Germany beat Iceland 4-0 as a visitor, with goals from Serge Gnabry, Antonio Rudiger, Leroy Sane and Timo Werner, to reaffirm their status as leader in the J.

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PolandMeanwhile, he grew strong at home and He drew a last-gasp draw from the Eurocup runner-up and comfortable leader of group I, England, after drawing 1-1. Striker Harry Kane opened the scoring and attacker Karol Swiderski, agonizingly and in injury time, equalized for the hosts.

The following results completed the day: Northern Ireland 0-0 Switzerland (Group C), Wales 0-0 Estonia (Group E), Albania 5-0 San Marino and Hungary 2-1 Andorra (Group I) and Armenia 1-1 Liechtenstein and North Macedonia 0-0 Romania (Group J). The first of each zone qualify directly to Qatar 2022, while the second will play the playoffs.

Positions

  • Group A: Portugal, 13; Serbia, 11; Luxembourg, 6; Ireland, 2; Azerbaijan, 1.
  • B Group: Spain, 13; Sweden, 9; Greece 6; Kosovo, 4; Georgia, 1.
  • Group C: Italy, 14; Switzerland, 8; Northern Ireland and Bulgaria, 5; Lithuania, 0.
  • Group D: France, 12; Ukraine and Finland 5; Bosnia and Kazakhstan, 3.
  • Group E: Belgium, 16; Czech Republic and Wales, 7; Belarus, 3; Estonia, 1.
  • Group F: Denmark, 18; Scotland, 11; Israel, 10; Austria, 7; Faroe Islands, 4; Moldova, 1.
  • Group G: Netherlands and Norway, 13; Turkey, 11; Montenegro, 8; Latvia, 5; Gibraltar, 0.
  • Group H: Croatia and Russia, 13; Slovakia, 9; Slovenia, 7; Malta and Cyprus, 4.
  • Group I: England, 16; Albania, 12; Poland, 11; Hungary, 10; Andorra, 3; San Marino, 0.
  • Group J: Germany, 15; Armenia, 11; Romania, 10; Macedonia, 9; Iceland, 4; Liechtenstein, 1.

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