The World Cup qualifiers continued tonight (Thursday) in Europe, with England, Germany and Belgium recording convincing survivors. Poland also celebrated with a quartet and a Lewandowski performance over Albania, the Czech Republic defeated Belarus and Romania came out of Iceland with 3 points.
Hungary – England 4: 0 (9th house)
The European runner-up recovered from the painful loss to Italy in the Euro final. Gareth Southgate’s trainees had a particularly hard time close to an hour of football, but when the dam broke through the flood of goals came. Rahim Sterling scored first, Harry Garlic and Harry Maguire added with precise strokes and Declan Rice completed the celebration with a wonderful long-range kick.
55 min: Gate! 0: 1 to England: After long minutes and many misses, the European runner-up took the lead. Jack Grillish led the attack to the left and left Mason Mount joining, a Chelsea midfielder passing the width and Raheem Sterling finishing well in the net.
Minute 63: Goal! 0: 2 to England: Hungary’s wide defense was bad, England flew forward and doubled the lead. Mount sent a good message to Sterling, the first goal scorer, who passed a great width to the field and Harry could not send a shot into the net.
Minute 69: Goal! 0: 3 to England: The dam was breached by our team of three lions. Luke Shaw raised an accurate corner kick for Harry Maguire’s first, the brake slammed into a wide corner and ran to celebrate the third.
87 min: Gate! 0: 4 to England: An English celebration. Jack Grilish got the ball out from the right, burst onto the field with a great dribble and from the outside to Declan Rice, the midfielder who joined from behind shot a right-footed shot from 20 yards, a wide and forward ball into the net of Goulashi.
Liechtenstein – Germany 2: 0 (10th house)
The Hansie Flick era in the German national team opened on the right foot, with an easy victory over the Liechtenstein national team offer. In the team, Jamal got a chance to play dangerous music that impressed with great cooking. Timo Werner and Leroy Sana scored wonderful goals and gave the Germans the full points.
Minute 41: Goal! 0: 1 to Germany: What a huge king of the team ends up in Benjamin Butchell’s net. Jamal Musicala, a carpenter for Bayern Munich, juggled between Liechtenstein’s defensive players and put a great ball to Timo Werner. The Chelsea striker rolled between the goalkeeper’s legs and awarded the first goal in the Flick era.
Minute 77: Goal! 0: 2 to Germany: The team pressed and pressed and in the end also scored. Lichtenstein’s players defended and prevented the German players from getting to know the ball in the box, Leroy Sana received the ball from Gorzka and kicked from a hard angle, a sharp and accurate ball that gave Flick a double advantage.
Estonia – Belgium 5: 2 (5th house)
The Red Devils overcame a surprising and early lag behind the flood and celebrated with a duo of Lukaku who did a similar transcendence in Estonia. The offer team can benefit from itself as they scored twice and the environment for a number of moving situations against a strong team like Belgium, but finished the comment without points from last place at home with 0 points on the balance sheet.
Minute 2: Gate! 0: 1 to Estonia: The host stunned Roberto Martinez’s strong team with a particularly fast goal. Matthias Kait snatched the ball to Toby Alderwild, who rushed forward and fired from 16 yards into a wide corner for Courtois, who could not save.
22 min: Gate! Belgium equalized to 1: 1: A wonderful goal brought Belgium back into the game. Eden Hazard bounced from a hard angle and Hans Brugge, a Club Brugge player, slammed close to the net.
Minute 28: Goal! 1: 2 to Belgium: Romulo Lukaku I got the wide ball with his back to the goal, turned on the spot and looked with his left foot, a strong ball to the corner of Krall Hayne. The Red Devils completed the upheaval.
52 min: Gate! 1: 3 to Belgium: Once again Romulo Lukaku got a ball with his back to the goal, turned on the spot, misplaced the brake and fired with his right foot into the corner, a fantastic and typical goal of Belgium’s impressive operation, which completed a personal double and doubled the rest.
Minute 65: Goal! 1: 4 to Belgium: The Estonians have already forgotten that they led at the beginning of the game. Leandro Tossar cooked for Axel Witsel who closely pushed the fourth of the visitors.
Minute 76: Goal! 1: 5 to Belgium: The Red Devils are celebrating in Estonia. Yannick Crasco raised a huge ball towards the extension, Thomas Phuket spun behind the entire defense and rolled artfully to the far corner.
83 min: Gate! Estonia shrinks to 5: 2: Another part to the credit of the local viewing team. Lilander delivered a wide ball from the right that crossed the entire Belgian defense and Eric Sorga pushed from a meter in front of an exposed goal.
Albania – Poland 4: 1 (For Poland: Robert Lewandowski, 12. Adam Boksa, 44. Gzczecz Krikowiec, 54. Karol Linti, 89. For Albania: Sokol Tsikalshi 25)
Andorra – San Marino 0: 2 (Mark Waltz, 17, 24)
Czech Republic – Belarus 0: 1 (Antonin Barak, 34)
Iceland – Romania 2: 0 (Dennis Mann, 47. Nicola Stancio, 83)
Northern Macedonia – Armenia 0: 0